Is there such a thing as a Halloween Scrooge? Because if there is, then I’m it. I don’t have kids, and I live in a neighborhood that gets no trick-or-treaters whatsoever (over the nine years I’ve lived here the doorbell has rung on Halloween fewer than five times total, and […]
Costa del Sol is one of the most famous tourist destinations not just in Spain but also in the entire Europe. Many come to this wonderful place to celebrate the warmth of the sun and the sparkle of the beach. Costa del Sol has a lot to offer in terms […]
The holidays are approaching quickly (too quickly, if you ask me), and while most people I know are obligated to travel home to spend time with family, some travelers use the time off they get at the holidays as the perfect excuse to take advantage of the often low off-season […]
Probably the most enjoyable part of my job here at BootsnAll is having a chance to write about Amsterdam and help visitors out with practical information. Having visited that city more times than I remember, in addition to actually living there for a while in 2005, I feel like I […]
Key West and Miami are excellent choices for autumn travel: lovely weather, low rates and lack of crowds.
The excellent deals on flights to SFO are just one of the reasons why you should consider a vacation in San Francisco.
As two of the certain must-visit places in the US, Los Angeles and the Grand Canyon are easily combined in one trip, but getting from one to the other isn’t quite as straightforward as you might expect. There is a small airport at the Grand Canyon, but there aren’t scheduled […]
Many readers of this site are coming from either across the US to reach Florida, or across an ocean. With that in mind we just wanted to point out something that may not occur to most people, namely the fact that you can combine a Florida trip with a quick […]
While blasting north through Oklahoma enroute a speaking engagement, I saw on my map that I was passing through tiny El Reno, OK (located on historic Route 66.) The town has three different places listed in one of my favorite references, Jane and Michael Stern’s Roadfood. I couldn’t find Jobe’s […]
Y’know how so many hostels in historic areas like to brag about they’re in such-and-such old building that’s been “lovingly refurbished” to bring out all its historic qualities while at the same time providing you with all the modern conveniences? I’m sure that those descriptions are often true, and I’d […]