Business Travel
by Hilary Stockton on 3/28/2017
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In early June 2009 a colleague and I had a business trip to Buenos Aires via Air France one week after their AirBus 320 crashed near Brazil. The swine flu epidemic had also just reached Argentina. Now, I’m not a...
Why go Lisbon is the great undiscovered capital of Europe, and people are starting to notice. Ethnic restaurants and swank hotels seem to be popping up around the capital as affordable pensaos and mom-and-pop seafood restaurants with views of the...
As I mentioned in last week’s column, there are two major reasons I mileage run. First of all, and most importantly, to be able to see parts of the world I otherwise couldn’t afford to visit. But a nice perk...
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Our family trip in the Dominican Republic started well—we got there without incident and had a great time at Club Med Punta Cana. It was the return trip that put us into Travel Hell. We were on an NYC-bound American...
Why Go It's not so much why go to Buenos Aires as why go home! Buenos Aires is filled with people who planned on staying for a couple of months, and just never got on that return flight (myself included)....
I might as well start by introducing myself. I’m finishing my senior year in college majoring in marketing, which probably in no way qualifies me to write about the art of business travel. But I look at school as more...
Some people might tell you you’re crazy for bringing along your baby or small child on a trip, and they do have a point—it can sometimes feel more like a change in scenery rather than a true vacation, since obviously...
How do you combat jet lag? Here are five methods that may help time zone-crossing travelers: 1.        Leave home well-rested. This may seem counter-intuitive (you may think, why not hit the plane utterly exhausted, so I can sleep?) but sometimes...
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