Travel articles published in October 2012
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October 31, 2012
Audio PostCard: Security Issues for Women Traveling Alone
Women travelers are traveling alone, without their men, but there are security issues to be aware of.
October 25, 2012
Kauai Travel News
Some trends and news regarding travel to the island of Kauai
Vacationing in San Antonio
Thinking about traveling to Texas to visit San Antonio? Check out the top attractions in one of Texas' most popular destinations.
October 22, 2012
Companies Use Social Media to Stress Brands, Not Customer Service
Companies either don't know how to use Social Media, or they use it to stress brands, not service
Fall Colors - and More - in the Adirondacks
Suggestions for fall color viewing, restaurants, and activities in Upstate New York.
October 18, 2012
Even "Dear Abby" Says Don't Leave Home Without Travel Insurance
Even Dear Abby says it's a good thing to buy travel insurance!
October 14, 2012
Fall Color Tour: Seattle
Fall color viewing in Seattle, Washington
Quickie Audio PostCard: Why Airline Food Really Does Taste Bad
It's not your imagination. Airline food IS awful: Quickie Audio Postcard explains
October 12, 2012
Disney Family Holidays Now: Disneyland, Paris
Disneyland Paris is only a few miles from the center of Paris, but a far away fantasy world.
October 9, 2012
Grand Manan: One of Canada's Top Ten Islands
Grand Manan island, off the coast of New Brunswick, Canada, is one of Canada's top ten.
October 2, 2012
Care For a Trip to Swansea for an Exotic Evening of Sea Bass and Sancerre?
Sea Bas and Sancerre and Swansea might not have been the secret ingredients for a exciting romantic evening for Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor when they lived on the Earth, but they would surely want to visit this little secret corner of paradise on the Earth to rekindle their legendary romance, if they could, and kiss and make up.
October 1, 2012
Note to Airlines: Skip the Passengers, Just Fly the Bags
Airlines: skip flying passengers. Just fly the bags. With what you're charging in fees, you'll make more money