Fight Jet Lag on Your Next Lengthy Flight

Kristen Etzel, Travel Columnist
September 1, 2013

Plane travel is rarely hassle free. The most experienced travelers can become anxious with packed airports, delayed/canceled flights and lost luggage. Disruptions to a normal schedule can wreak havoc on your sleep patterns and cause jet lag. For example, flying from the U.S. to Europe, your body is pushed... Read more »

New York City on a Budget

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Kristen Etzel, Travel Columnist
August 2, 2013

New York is one of the most expensive cities in the world; just ask any New Yorker what they pay in rent! You don’t have to go broke visiting this fabulous city. People all over the world visit NYC for its popular tourist attractions, restaurants, shops and culture. It is an amazing travel destination... Read more »

Exploring the Joys of Europe by Kristen Etzel

Exploring the Joys of Europe by Kristen Etzel from WomanScopeNewsMagazine.Com

Kristen Etzel, Staff Writer
July 4, 2013

Europe is home to some of the world’s most amazing cities. It’s no wonder that these popular destinations draw visitors from all over the world offering a variety of culture, food, easy travel and history! These cities are some of the top must-see cities when visiting Europe. 1. Paris, France Paris,... Read more »

Solo travel tips for Women, By Staff Writer, Kristen Etzel

By Kristen Etzel, Staff Writer
June 8, 2013

Don’t be put off by the horror stories of women traveling alone in the media.  You are often no more at risk traveling abroad then you are in a large city in the US.  Traveling solo can be an exciting experience, giving you the freedom and independence to plan all the details of your trip. We... Read more »

Istanbul’s Icons (TRAVEL) By Kristen Etzel, Staff Writer

By Kristen Etzel
May 1, 2013

Minarets and mosques dot the skyline in Turkey, the crossroads where East meets the West and the birthplace of many civilizations. Istanbul, formerly known as Byzantium and Constantinople is the only city in the world to span across two continents, Europe and Asia. Istanbul conjures images many... Read more »

Adventures in Andalucía (TRAVEL) By Kristen Etzel, Staff Writer

By Kristen Etzel
May 1, 2013

When you think of Spain, flamenco dancing, historic architecture, and thrilling bullfights all come to mind.  Seville, in Spain’s most Southern region, is where all of this started!   These cultural elements make this popular vacation destination one of Europe’s most unique cities. Seville,... Read more »

Sticking Close to Home

Jenna Swartz
June 18, 2012

This summer, you don’t need to head far from home to have amazing adventures. Take a look at these things to do all over Baltimore, Washington D.C., and the Delmarva area.                                                       Visit the National... Read more »

In Full Bloom: Women Friendly Travel Spots in the U.S.

Jenna Swartz
May 16, 2012

With spring in full bloom and summer around the corner, it’s a great time for women to travel. Take a look at some of the best domestic spots to see. Admire stunning red sandstone canyons in the southwest city of Sedona, Arizona. Many have described it as a “hotspot” for metaphysical journeys and... Read more »

Travel Outside the U.S.

Jenna Swartz
April 8, 2012

Whether you’re going it alone or just new to traveling, be sure to consider women-friendly locations that are accepting, respectful, friendly, and safe. lists Chicago, Alexandria, and San Diego as the top three places in the U.S. for single women to live, making them all destinations... Read more »

Travel Wear

Jenna Swartz
February 6, 2012

Can’t figure out what to wear on trips? Your travel attire should be easy to manage, wear, and wash, without making you look like a blatant tourist. Your attire can affect the kinds of interactions you have. Avoiding the tourist look can lead to a more authentic experience and reduced chance of theft.... Read more »

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