No Work All Travel
Airline Meals, Part 1
Looking through photos of the pre-pandemic travel days, I began to feel nostalgic for something unusual…or so I thought, until coming across news of Malaysians being able to order AirAsia meals at Kuala Lumpur malls. Then, in October 2020, I found out about Singapore Airlines catering economy and business class...
No Work All Travel
Four Snacks in Manila
After years of meandering and eating my way through the streets of Jakarta, Bangkok, Shenzhen, and other East Asian cities, it was about time to revisit Manila. Manila isn’t particularly pedestrian-friendly, nor is it heaving with standard issue points of interest. However, if you are in to Spanish colonial history,...
No Work All Travel
Ski Inn: Perhaps the Lowest Bar in the Western Hemisphere
A few years ago, I took a weekend trip to the census-designated place Bombay Beach (it’s most definitely not a city, town, or village), located on the Salton Sea, in Southern California’s Imperial County. Extra brief history lesson: as a direct result of the spillover from a badly planned state...
Live and Let’s Fly
Roadside Dining In Jordan
If you’re traveling though Jordan as a tourist, chances are you will be spending a lot of time on the road. Thankfully, Jordan has a network of excellent roadside restaurants that can break up a long highway journey and offer a satisfying dining experience. Recommended: Roadside Dining In Jordan After...
The Travel Sisters
Tips for Visiting the Ice Castles in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Planning to visit the ice castles in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin this winter? Read these essentials tips you need to know including the best time to visit and more. The post Tips for Visiting the Ice Castles in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin appeared first on The Travel Sisters.
Travel Codex
Review: Air France Boeing 777 Business Class, Los Angeles to Paris
At LAX – Los Angeles International Airport, Air France operates from the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Their check-in counters are located in the B counter area and the counters open approximately four hours prior to their scheduled departure time. I arrived at approximately 3:30 PM for my 6:30 PM flight...
Eye of the Flyer
On the Waterfront – Boston Style: A Quick Review of the Boston Marriott Long Wharf
Great location, a cruise ship design, with classy touches throughout: here's a quick review of the Boston Marriott Long Wharf. The post On the Waterfront – Boston Style: A Quick Review of the Boston Marriott Long Wharf appeared first on Eye of the Flyer.
Live and Let’s Fly
Visiting Mount Nebo In Jordan
From the Jesus Baptism Site, our next stop in Jordan was Mount Nebo, a historic ridge located over 2,300 feet above sea level. My Visit To Mount Nebo In Jordan Mount Nebo is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible as the place in whcih Moses looked out over the Promised Land...
Live and Let’s Fly
Visiting Al-Maghtas, The Jesus Baptism Site In Jordan
During my trip to Jordan, I visited Al-Maghtas, a site many believe marks the location of the baptism of Jesus of Nazareth. This UNESCO World Heritage site that straddles the border of Jordan and Israel is worth a visit, regardless of your religious faith. My Visit To Al-Maghtas, The Jesus Baptism...
Frequent Floaters
Review: NCL Norwegian Star Suite 9500 Forward With Large Balcony
The Norwegian Star is a Dawn Class ship, that is, a mid size ship with maximum guest capacity at just under 2400 and was built in 2001. That is a long time ago but it was refurbished in 2018 and is still looking good.   We booked this as part...
Miles To Memories
Canceled Flights & Incredible Memories: Taking Our Family of 6 to Scandinavia on Points & Miles: A Full Breakdown & How We Recovered
Scandinavia on Miles & Points When our youngest decided to take a study abroad course in Denmark, the first question I asked was “Can we go?” It had less to do with the destination and more to do with the timing. The course was a short one-week deep dive into...
No Work All Travel
Hotel Review: Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur, located in the heart of the popular Golden Triangle shopping and business district – you know, just a brief walk from the Petronas Towers  – offers 561 guest rooms and 101 suites.  Although it is one of the older properties in the Malaysian capital, having opened...
Frequent Floaters
What are the Things You May HATE About Cruising? We Have the Full List!
As Frequent Floaters most of us here on the blog, and especially the authors, love ship life. We can not wait for our next sailing and even when on a ship we are thinking about our next chance to get onboard. Yeah, we got the cruise bug bad! But are...
Eye of the Flyer
Review: Iberia A330-300 Business Class Chicago to Madrid “Honeymoon Suite” Seats
If you have not been following along this was the outbound section of my month long vacation that began with a great deal on a one-way car rental from my home in South Bend to Chicago and visited the American Airlines “Flagship Lounge”. Why not fly from South Bend you...
No Work All Travel
Tasting the Real Thing at Daio Wasabi Farm in Hotaka, Japan
Advertiser Disclosure: noworkalltravel.com earns an affiliate commission for anyone making a purchase through some links available on this website. For more information, please visit the Advertising and Privacy Policy page. The first recorded instance of wasabi in Japan dates back to the year 981, during the Heian period of Japanese history. Someone wading through...