Mount Washington Cog Railway Celebrates 150 Years

I received an email the other day congratulating Mount Washington’s 150th anniversary in time for the new summer season. Some of you will have already read about my visit in 2018 (if not ..click here) New England 26 May – Mount Washington On a clear day apparently you can see the Atlantic Ocean from the summit. At 6288 feet it is the highest peak in the … Continue reading Mount Washington Cog Railway Celebrates 150 Years

JetBlue Announces Plans to Fly from Boston and New York to UK

I have never flown on JetBlue but did see their New York offices opposite the Queensboro’ Plaza Transit system in Queens. The exciting news is that they are applying to operate to Europe from Boston and New York but not until 2021. Delta Airlines reaction to the news is that low cost carriers have come and gone on the Transatlantic route. WOW went just last … Continue reading JetBlue Announces Plans to Fly from Boston and New York to UK

Travel has no joined up strategy!

I wrote a little while ago about facility charges being added to hotel rates distorting the search results because of additional charges. The UK cruise market is SOFT right now and there are plenty of bargains to be had. Whether Brexit is deflating the enthusiasm of cruisers or exchange rates are dampening spending habits it is hard to tell. Why can’t hoteliers, bed banks, suppliers … Continue reading Travel has no joined up strategy!