Travel Website of the Week: TaxiFareFinder’s RideGuru


I’m a big fan of TaxiFareFinder’s RideGuru, which tells you how much taxis and rideshares cost wherever you’re in need of a ride so you can compare. For example, the other day I needed to get my dad a ride from Manhattan Beach to San Pedro and a taxi was $65 for the 25-minute ride, while […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Use Moovit


Use Moovit The shortest way to explain Moovit is to say that it’s like Waze for public transport. The slightly longer version? Using updates from users, it helps you “find the quickest, most convenient routes in real time across your city’s entire transit system.” Pretty cool—and it’s available for free on iOS, Android and Windows. This post was once […]

Travel Tip of the Day: LGA Transportation Tip


LGA Transportation Tip When I’m flying in or out of New York’s LaGuardia Airport and I want to save money or if the taxi line is ridiculously long, I jump on the M60 bus to 125th Street and then use my MetroCard (you need to buy one before getting on; machines are available at the […]

Travel App of the Week: Uber


Uber’s been around for a while but I realized I’d never featured it when a bunch of my friends asked me what it is. Uber is basically your on-demand private driver or taxi (uberX). Users can request a ride at any time using their iPhone and Android apps or straight from their mobile website (; […]

VIDEO: How to Travel to India

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Video written & produced by: Michaela Guzy | Lensed & edited by: Zac Osgood | Production & writing assistance: Jordan Jones Founder of, Michaela Guzy provides tips to making your trip to India hassle-free. Watch as she shares cultural differences to make note of, appropriate clothing, tips for the visa process and the best […]

Israel 101: 10 Things to Consider

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Want to visit Israel but don’t know where to begin or what to expect? With the help of my friends at DigIsrael and the Israel Ministry of Tourism, I’ve come up with a crash course on the Holy Land based on my personal experiences. Here are 10 ten helpful tips to keep in mind: 1. […]

Website of the Week: GroundLink

ith GroundLink you can schedule a ride in advance or at the last minute

Looking for a dependable and affordable car service when you travel? GroundLink, located in 5,000 cities in 110 countries might make you not look any further! I tried them out last week in NYC and was impressed with how easy and quick it was to book a car and correspond with their customer service agents. […]