Whenever I travel to a new city, country, or even continent, I always wonder where the most romantic spots are located. So many cities all across the world, especially in Europe, provide us with ideal love stories because of their scenic views, beautiful landmarks and overall ambiance. London is one of those special European cities that represent a fairytale.
Taking your first vacation, as a couple, is a huge relationship milestone. Travel is stressful, no matter where you're going or how many margaritas you've had. Will your relationship survive the journey or will it get left behind in paradise? Here are three ways to ensure your love will outlast your vacation.
Getting in the car with your partner—for a road trip or for a daily commute—means one thing: an opportunity for some alone time together. Do you make the most of it?
By Laura Riley, MD, Ob/Gyn, for GalTime Lots of pregnant women are asking about travel safety. Here are a few tips. Whether you are on a plane, train or in a car, pregnant women are at a greater risk for blood clots than non-pregnant women. Therefore, on those long trips, make sure to get up and walk around every hour or two, drink lots of water and wear support hose to improve the circulation.
Airports are awful these days. They're crowded with people who aren't sure where they need to go and don't understand that you need to take your shoes off while going through security. And don't even get us started on the creepy pat-downs from complete strangers who get to do so because they're wearing uniforms...
After months of planning the wedding, spending hours choosing invitations, flowers and menus – plus managing all of the personalities that want to “help” with the big day (yes, we’re looking at you, Mom) there’s nothing like taking a long and relaxing vacation where you can spend a week or longer enjoying each other’s company. The big question then is: where to go? Try one of these perennially popular and undoubtedly memorable destinations for romance. The Caribbean
Memorial Day Weekend is upon us, ladies and gentlemen — 'tis the season to wear white jeans, indulge in a back yard barbeque and, of course, go on vacation.
Kick off a new summer with your beau the right way by getting away! Memorial Day is a time for fun, sun and relaxing with that special someone. Here is a list of places you and your loved one can take off to celebrate the arrival of summer as well as your feelings for each other.
Whether you hope to change jobs, go back to college, travel or help others, you may feel overwhelmed by your day-to-day responsibilities, causing you to never give your wishes a second thought. Many of us wish to travel more, to experience new places, new foods or new cultures. Seldom do we find a way to make our dreams a reality. With a few helpful strategies, you can create your own wish list to conquer. So, in honor of World Wish Day, here are four steps that will explain how to make your dreams a reality.
So, you're traveling solo. What's a girl to do? There are five crucial things to consider when you are traveling single, especially if you want to meet some men along the way. You want to grab your cute comfy shoes, your smile and some great wrinkle free clothes. Not to mention some social skills you must develop. Below is my five step formula to help you make the most out of your travels while you still can!
In a perfect world, a newly married couple would spend their honeymoon alone on an exotic island. Their days spent splashing and laughing in crystal blue water, their nights doing the thing that you can guess young married couples would do. For these same blissfully joined young people, the word “cruise” doesn't fit into that scenario. The face of cruising has become more family friendly, leading many young adults to shy away from what they perceive as an unsophisticated, thoroughly unromantic way to travel.
A bus full of American men wearing dress shirts and ironed slacks is heading towards a Latino bikini contest held in a castle once owned by the textile king of Medellín. (His notoriety: The first man in Colombia kidnapped and held for ransom.) Passing Plaza Botero, nervousness fills the air -- like one would have if they were off to meet their future wife.
Living in a foreign country and enjoying a cross-cultural relationship can be one of the most rewarding — and challenging — experiences one could ever imagine. I never thought I'd be in one when I first went to France in my early twenties. However, the universe had other plans when in my first week of classes I laid eyes on the man who would be my husband for 27 years.
Wanderlust looks like your typical fish-out-of-water comedy. George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) are a young married couple in Manhattan who've just bought their first apartment, a miniscule studio they can barely afford. Then George loses his job in finance as the recession hits. Linda hardly earns an income as a creative dabbler, so the couple decides to move in with George's brother in Atlanta.
"I am not going on this trip as some sort of half-baked internet blind date and I know you're not going on it to get into my pants." Thus spoke my road trip companion in a last-minute attempt to calm my nerves over what I was increasingly realizing sounded like a hare-brained plan—spend a week driving across the country with a man I knew only through social media.
A few months before Lily was born, I jolted up from a rare, deep sleep. I'd been dreaming about a dinner of lobster and clam chowder and it was fantastic. The next weekend, I ate it. As I savored every bite, I wondered when on earth I'd be able to have another meal like that. It certainly wasn't the most child-friendly restaurant—would I ever eat there again? In six months? In a year? Five years?