Comfy Stay at Cambridge's Hotel Felix

Work recently led me to Cambridge where I had the pleasure of staying at the four star Hotel Felix. A combination of traditional Victorian architecture and modern design, the Felix invites guests to have a sort of best of old England experience without forcing them to give up on the contemporary creature comforts. I certainly had a “best of both worlds” experience during my visit.

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Long Layovers 101: How To Deal With The Layover That Never Ends

They say it’s not the destination. It’s the journey. And while the road to anywhere can be filled with valuable travel experiences, the long airport layover feels more like a journey through one of Dante’s circles of Hell. I am sitting in a chair that hits my back in such a way to induce a little extra pain. Frankly, I’m lucky to even have a seat as I work through one of the longest layovers I have ever experienced. I left Denver last night for New York. Arriving at 6AM Eastern Time, I have roughly nine hours before I can even begin checking in for my next flight. I’m not alone in my discomfort. Travelers attempting to deal with the long layover surround me.

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How to Prepare a Realistic Budget for Travel

Sure, we all want to know where to go, what to do and where to stay before we head off on a holiday, but sadly, we can’t do any of that if the travel budget isn’t alive and well.

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Quieting Solo Travel Worries Before You Take Off

Like many other forms of travel, solo travel is becoming more and more accepted and actually carried out. The only problems I find with solo travel are those “night before jitters”. In an effort to quiet those solo travel worries, here is a list of a few things to do before your plane takes off and you are a nervous wreck.

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Five Beauty Tricks For Long Haul Flights

After those 16 hour flights or even just red eyes to New York and Los Angeles, you can sometimes come out looking like those tattered airplane seats, rough, stained and in need of a shower.

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