3 Friends at the Waikiki Wall (credit: HTA/Blake Bronstad)

Getting Around Honolulu/Waikiki Without A Rental Car

With sun kissed beaches and dramatic vistas, Honolulu is among the hottest vacation destinations this summer. But in case you haven’t been watching the news, Hawaii is experiencing a car rental apocalypse. In fact, rental cars are so high, some visitors have resorted to renting U-Haul vehicles to save costs. So, should you pay for … Continue reading Getting Around Honolulu/Waikiki Without A Rental Car

SF Streetcar and Cyclist on Market Street San Francisco

How To Take Alternative Transportation In San Francisco This Summer

You’re planning a trip to San Francisco but are you also getting a rental car for transportation? Maybe you should think about the costs. After all, rental car prices are through the roof, even without a sunroof. What’s more, local gas prices are among the highest in the nation. This is also not to mention … Continue reading How To Take Alternative Transportation In San Francisco This Summer

Seattle Center Monorail

How To Get Around Seattle Without A Rental Car

If you’re planning to visit Seattle this summer, you might want to consider alternate forms of transportation. While a car is the quickest and easiest way to get around, car rental prices are higher than ever. What's more, rideshare prices are also up and public parking spaces can sometimes be at a premium. Fortunately, the … Continue reading How To Get Around Seattle Without A Rental Car

View of Golden Gate Bridge From Fort Point

25 Frequently Asked Questions For First Time Visitors To San Francisco

Are you planning your first ever vacation to the City by the Bay, San Francisco? If so, then you probably have several questions about where to stay and what to see. To simplify your search on lodging, dining and more, here are answers to some of your most pressing and most frequently asked questions (FAQs). … Continue reading 25 Frequently Asked Questions For First Time Visitors To San Francisco

Camel sculptures lining the sacred path in Nanjing

How To Use The Subway In Nanjing China

In the magnificent ancient capital of Nanjing, with a population of more than 8 million people, it sometimes can be surprising to see smaller pockets of congestion when compared to similarly sized cities all across the world. While much of the credit goes to smart city planning and the prevalence of scooters and bicycles, another … Continue reading How To Use The Subway In Nanjing China

DC – Alexandria, Virginia Public Transportation Options

When many travelers come to Washington DC, they’ll often include a trip to Arlington, Virginia to see popular attractions like the Arlington National Cemetery, US Marine Corps War Memorial and the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial. But the nearby City of Alexandria definitely shouldn’t be overlooked as a side trip from the nation’s capital or better … Continue reading DC – Alexandria, Virginia Public Transportation Options