Entries by Paul

Rock Band KISS Booked For Fan Cruise

You may remember the popular rock band KISS with their trademarked arena makeup, axe blade guitars and fans known as the KISS Army. The Band, which includes members Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Thommy Thayer and Eric Singer, will be rocking and rolling all night on board the Carnival’s Destiny Cruise ships on a four night […]


Poll Shows Americans Want A Vacation This Year

According to a recent USA Today/Gallup poll, 60 percent of Americans say that taking the family vacation is going to be an important event this year. That’s certainly good news for the travel and tourism industry, but what isn’t good news is that over 70 percent of Americans expect they’ll have to spend more on […]


The Sahara In Las Vegas Closes Its Doors

It was a favorite hang out for the Rat Pack. Elvis stayed there while filming “Viva Las Vegas,” and it was an iconic image on the Las Vegas Strip. But today, the Sahara hotel checked out it’s final guests and will be closing it’s doors after almost 60 years. So what happened to this iconic […]

Fewer hubs limit travel options

If you live in “flyover country,” you may have noticed it’s becoming quite a challenge to fly around the country from regional hubs. That’s because airlines have been cutting flights to regional cities in an effort to boost the bottom line. Recently Delta slashed twenty-five percent of their flights in Memphis, Pittsburgh’s airport has seen […]


Air Travel Expected To Rise This Summer

In another sign that the travel economy is recovering, CNN is reporting that airlines expect more air travelers this summer. According to the Air Transport Association of America, there should be a 1.5% boost in air travel from June to August, with more than 206 million passengers going on summer travel. Details also point to […]

Finding Comfort in Coach

Flying coach is fare from the lap of luxury. Paul offers a few tips on creating your own comfort kit to make air travel a little more bearable on today’s crowded flights.