I have a short list of travel posts this week, not because there was any shortage in great stuff, but because I had a little health scare that landed me in the emergency room. I’ve spent a rather low key week as I’ve been nursing myself back to health, and so I just haven’t had the typical online time that I usually do. Still, I think you’ll find plenty to like from these posts:
The Vacation Gals entreat the airlines and the FAA not to allow lap children. The fares are cheap these days, but the costs add up. Still, think about these issues before keeping your infant on your lap for your next flight.
Italy Mondo strike a chord near and dear to my heart, Italian food.
PlanetEye Traveler – Green Travel is talking about holiday travel. Already!
Eyeflare has a nice primer on how to capture silhouettes in your travel photos. Here’s one of the tips – turn off your flash!
Uncornered Market, making its first appearance in my list of favorites, lists the 7 habits of highly effective travelers. How many can you count as yours?
Travel Savvy Mom, another first timer on my favorite list, tells why spending more money for an executive floor room can actually save you money. I agree, and try to take that option whenever possible.
Intelligent Travel teases us once again with a very strange hotel, this one in a sewer pipe.
PlanetEye Traveler – London tell s the story of a neighborhood about to be demolished. Residents of the building have put up portraits on the windows, a reminder of the real people who are impacted by this decision.
Cockpit Chronicles at Gadling attempts to help us understand why waiting in line on the runway is inevitable.
Travellious has some cool travel gear. And besides that, Kelly is heading off to Italy. (See Italy Mondo post above. . . again!)
LA Times lists some over-the-top promotions that hotels are trying. Are you tempted by any of them? The promotion that I want? FREE internet access!
Seattle PI reminds me that there are hostels here in Seattle.
That’s it for this week. Please stop by and say hi to this great group of travel bloggers – and tell them you read about them at Flyaway Cafe.