There’s a magnetic lure to the Caribbean: lazy days, perhaps sailing over coral waters under a blue sky. Or maybe zoning out at a beach bar. In summer, the prices plunge.
With the spring cruise season on the horizon, we recall an age gone by, of elegant travel and legendary ocean liners.
Many US military veterans make pilgrimages to the places where they once served. Some are surprised to see how much things have changed.
A popular cruise destination for Philadelphia vacationers is the coral island of Bermuda. Fares are reasonable and you’ll likely get a full three nights on the island.
For the spontaneous at heart willing to part with a sizeable nest egg for the joy of an ultimate surprise and a lifetime memory, how about a Valentine Getaway to exotic and romantic places?
Suffering from frost fatigue? Want to relocate somewhere warm, even for a season? You can do it.
May: it’s my favorite getaway month.
A former baggage handler at Philadelphia International Airport has been sentenced in a drug smuggling scheme.
Fall getaways to Bermuda and the Caribbean can easily be detoured by the wild winds of nature. KYW’s Jay Lloyd offers a few tips.
Since the late ’40s, one of the most popular island destinations for Philadelphians has been Bermuda, less than two hours away by jet.
Check out Dom Giordano enjoying all the Bermuda has to offer!
When you go, you have to hit my favorite spot in Hamilton, Ascot’s Restaurant.
The golf courses in Bermuda all offer spectacular views and memorable holes.
It’s almost like a set designed by Disney. Everything seems so balmy and fresh.
You know if you really like England and the traditions Bermuda has many of them and it’s just two hours away and the climate is definitely a lot better.