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Tipping Standards My clients always ask me about tipping standards in the destinations they travel to. This site is a great resource and seems to be very accurate for general information on taxis, bellmen, and dining and drinking establishments and more. For my personal thoughts on tipping a private guide and driver, just ask me. http://www.resorttolauramadrid.com/knowmore/tuesdaytraveltip/

Tipping Standards My clients always ask me about tipping standards in the destinations they travel to. This site is a great resource and seems to be very accurate for general information on taxis, bellmen, and dining and drinking establishments and more. For my personal thoughts on tipping a private guide and driver, just ask me. http://www.resorttolauramadrid.com/knowmore/tuesdaytraveltip/

How to Spend 3 Days in New Orleans | Brave Little Cheesehead at bravelittlecheesehead.com

How to Spend 3 Days in New Orleans | Brave Little Cheesehead at bravelittlecheesehead.com

Eleven mistakes first-time travellers make - looks like I did ok for a first-timer.

Eleven mistakes first-time travellers make - looks like I did ok for a first-timer.

Looking to travel over the long weekend? Check out: What to Pack in Your Carry-On | Free Travel Checklist

Looking to travel over the long weekend? Check out: What to Pack in Your Carry-On | Free Travel Checklist

#GoAltaCA | A lot of travelers will have already experienced the pleasures of California’s big four destinations -- Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento and San Diego -- but the state is so varied and diverse that there is plenty of adventure to be found in breaking out to the smaller towns that dot the Golden State. From the redwoods of the Pacific Coast to the mountains of the Sierra Nevada, California is full of unexpected, hidden towns rife with individuality. But where to go first?

#GoAltaCA | A lot of travelers will have already experienced the pleasures of California’s big four destinations -- Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento and San Diego -- but the state is so varied and diverse that there is plenty of adventure to be found in breaking out to the smaller towns that dot the Golden State. From the redwoods of the Pacific Coast to the mountains of the Sierra Nevada, California is full of unexpected, hidden towns rife with individuality. But where to go first?

The dining area of Tribeca's Odeon (Photo: Odeon)

The dining area of Tribeca's Odeon (Photo: Odeon)

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