Monthly Archives January 2016

Parents with children (4-9) waiting on airport bench

Oftentimes taking your family along on a business trip is impractical, but in many cases it’s a great option. Whether you travel often and need some family bonding time, you’re going someplace interesting that your family would enjoy, or you’d like to give them a better sense of what you do, occasionally it behooves you […]


In some places they call it the tube, in other’s it’s the subway, but after spending a lengthy period of time in Paris, I always find myself referring to city train systems as the metro. Whatever name you call it by doesn’t change what it is – a highly convenient way to buzz through, beneath, […]


As part of the former Soviet Union, Belarus was relatively prosperous in comparison to other areas within the Soviet Republic. However, despite Belarus’ independence in 1991, little has been done to transform the former Soviet Republic into a more “westernized” country. Today, remnants of Belarus’ socialist past are evident by looking at the buildings and […]


Business Class is found mostly on international routes and planes that are configured for long-haul travel. This class of service offers significantly more comfort and amenities than standard Economy, Premium Economy, and Domestic First Class, which usually include: Double the seat pitch (legroom) compared to Economy 2-3 extra inches of seat width compared to Economy […]


International flights to Moscow arrive via one of the three international airports; the Sheremetyevo International Airport, the Domodedovo International Airport, or the Vnukovo International Airport. One important thing for all travelers to remember is that depending on your nationality, you will likely need to obtain a visa in order to travel to Moscow. Red Square […]


Italy’s financial hub is located in Milan, Italy, making it a frequent travel destination for many of the world’s leading corporations. International flights to Milan generally arrive at the Milan Malpensa International Airport, which is located a fair distance outside of the city, requiring you to find transportation to your hotel. There are a variety […]


Escape. You will want to have a rock-solid plan for frittering away several hours of your flight, and I don’t mean working; staring at spreadsheets and writing proposals may burn up hours, but it does not make them vanish. You want these hours to disappear almost without a trace. Think headphones and Hollywood blockbusters. Getting […]


Miami is a unique city in the southeastern part of the United States. 90 miles from Cuba, Miami is home to a large Latin American population, as well as countless other nationalities. Miami has a booming real estate industry and is a major economic powerhouse in the United States. While you are visiting Miami, you […]