I have to admit that, for someone who travels a great deal, I am sometimes confused by ticket kiosks. And there’ll be a lot of them on my upcoming trip to England. For anyone whose similarly prone to confusion, here’s a simple guide and quick video that explains the process.
Used to traveling to wild places with Jack—where river crossings, jungle treks, temple climbing and cave crawling are the norm—my idea of travel fashion generally focueses on sturdy shoes, sun-blocking shirts, and my favorite jungle pants. But … Continued
Traveling to Iran? Twenty books to enrich your trip—from history to archeology, religion, poetry, memoir, and the golden age of Persian art.
Hear great travel stories and enter the travel writing contest. I’ll read about my harrowing introduction to adventure travel—close to home!
One of the most spectacular and private views of Yosemite Valley is from Inspiration Point, about 1.3 miles up from the Wawona Tunnel parking lot.
Yosemite National Park. The eight-mile hike from Tuolumne Meadows to Cathedral Lakes is one of Yosemite’s best. It’s a great trail for photographers.
Packing for Paris is not just about clothes. What about all the electronic “gear” I’ll need for a working trip?
Medical information on the web is plentiful, but make sure your sources are reliable. At AnneSigmon.com this month I’ve been posting on how to get health information on the web that you can trust. My favorite … Continued
I’m looking forward to Paris this fall with the wonderful Wanderland Writers. Thank goodness one of our number, the lovely Antoinette, is French. She offers a goldmine of tips to help keep the rest of us from … Continued
Ah, Paris–City of Lights, City of Love, city that’s inspired so many books! Getting ready for a fall trip to Paris, I’m working on my reading list. Mon dieu! There are so many books out there, … Continued