Travel News: Week of March 5, 2014

American Airlines

Top Travel News American Airlines eliminates bereavement fares How Good Are the Deals on Hotel Tonight? Delta’s Revamped Mileage Program May End ‘Travel Hacking’ Slashing jobs and jets, Qantas makes plea for state aid Travel Industry Leaders Lament Costly Customs Delays Boingo Hotspot 2.0 Networks Arrive at 21 U.S. Airports Delta adds service at Cleveland […]

Travel News: Week of February 19, 2014

DFW

Top Travel News DFW airport unveils new automated kiosks aimed at speeding up international travel New budget airline for Florida How the US Navy avoids norovirus Airline on-time performance fell in 2013 Expedited lane for international connections now open at MIA American Seals Control of Kennedy Flights in JetBlue Swap Delta profit sharing hits $500M […]

City Insider – Cleveland, Ohio

April-CI Clevland

Ever wish you knew the inside scoop before visiting a new destination? Now you can! We’ve reached out to our favorite locals and tour guides from all over the world for their insider tips. In the City Insider Q&A, they’ll let you in on the spots that should be on your must-see and do list! […]

Cleveland’s Cuisine: The Greenhouse Tavern

The Greenhouse Tavern, Interior- Photo by: Trishna Patel

The Greenhouse Tavern. What a fitting name for the seasonlly-inspired, French gastropub I had the pleasure of dining at in downtown Cleveland’s East 4th Street. I was exhausted from my long day of traveling, but I caught the city’s contagious post-work/happy hour buzz as I enjoyed appetizers (Crispy Chicken Wings Confit with roasted jalapeños, scallions, lemon […]

Cleveland’s Cuisine: Lucky’s & Tommy’s

Lucky's Cafe, Photos by: Trishna Patel

Lucky’s cafe is a small diner tucked way in the heart of Tremont, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Cleveland. It’s a spot locals frequent in addition to “outta-towners,” privy to insider information. Named Cleveland’s best brunch in 2010, I liken the experience to gaining ” foodie street cred.” It’s hard to believe head chef and […]

Cleveland’s Cuisine: Pier W

Pier W

Pier W is a five-star restaurant and Cleveland landmark,  known for its critically acclaimed seafood menu and wine bar. Named one of the Top 20 Best Restaurant Views In America by The Daily Meal, it’s located in the charming suburb of Lakewood and sits on the breathtaking Lake Erie with a 180 degree view of downtown […]

The NorthCoast District: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Cleveland is coined the true "birthplace of Rock & Roll". Photo by: Trishna Patel

First thing’s first. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland? (I was curious too.) But after a few days in the city, I understood why Cleveland beat out several cities for the historic bid. From the local, legendary disc jockey Alan Freed, the first to broadcast rhythm and blues and coin it “rock n’ […]

Just Outside Cleveland: Geneva-On-The-Lake

Geneva On The Lake

Good ol’ Ashtabula County, is a scenic, hour-long drive 53 miles east of Cleveland. It’s not the first place that comes to mind when I think “summer getaway” but I was in for a pleasant surprise. Ashtabula, the state’s northeastern most region, sits on Lake Erie and is perhaps best known for its vineyards, wineries […]