As the guest Getaway columnist, I write about when children (like my nephew Leo) take over family trip-planning. (Disaster does not ensue.)
Why travelers are generally so terrible about assessing risk when they travel. Or, why non-pregnant Olympics fans who fear zika more than dengue have already been infected – by the media.
It’s a banner day for me – my first “artwork” published in The New York Times (or, really, anywhere but the now-defunct 1970s-era refrigerator at 25 Ridge Road, Newton, Massachusetts).
In a recent column, the Frugal Traveler outlined seven steps for finding good deals on hotels. Here’s a sample of reader reaction, from the creative to the critical.
I was on CBS This Morning with…Charlie Rose and Jane Pauley??? That’s totally cool. Talked about finding cheaper hotel rooms.
Confused about how to find a good deal on a place to stay? The Frugal Traveler put together this guide to help you land the right room at the right price.
What’s the cheapest day to book? To depart and return? A company called Hopper offers insight.
Programs like Global Entry, T.S.A. PreCheck and CLEAR can save you time at the airport — for a cost. The Frugal Traveler looks at whether paying that price truly pays off.
From putting a hold on a low-cost airfare to using social media wisely, the Frugal Traveler offers guidance gleaned from a recent travel conference.
The Frugal Traveler runs fare searches for three upcoming break periods to tease out clues about when, and where, to fly for less.