By Emily Cesta on 1/5/2012 10:19 AM
Business Travel AppsRoad warriors and infrequent business travelers alike are after the same things when it comes to being on the road: getting from point A to point B with as little hassle as possible. In a global marketplace the goal of smooth travel is not always a reality, and most business travelers have come to expect some kind of delay, be it a natural disaster, a delayed flight, car rental incompetency or hotels that don’t quite live up to the promises made in the online descriptions. Business travelers have come to expect the worst (and who can blame them), but they shouldn’t have to. Global business travel has grown due in part to the rise of a global economy steeped in technology. So why don’t we take advantage of some of this technology to make business travel easier? Put that smartphone or tablet to work and make the most of your “carry on” technology.

Below is a list of 5 business travel apps I have found to be tried, true and helpful on the road. These mobile travel apps work on Android, iPhone, iPad or BlackBerry platforms unless otherwise noted.
By SuperUser Account on 2/25/2011 11:15 AM
February is American Heart Month. On Tuesday March 1st at the Holiday Inn by the Bay in Portland, Maine, Hurley Travel Experts is proud to be support the American Heart Association of Maine’s Go Red for Women Luncheon. Join us as we raise money to educate women and to support scientific research for cardiovascular disease, the number one cause of death for women in America. To raise awareness and to educate women about cardiovascular diseases and how to better protect themselves and their families from heart disease and stroke, educational sessions focusing on women’s wellness and heath will be held prior to the luncheon from 10 AM until 12 PM. The event also features silent auction and a range of exhibitors and speakers. The heart healthy luncheon will...
By Bartholomew O’Dwyer on 2/25/2011 10:56 AM
Elephants,zebras and flamingos of course, but also fine food and scenery.

NAIROBI, Kenya – We left the old colonial Norfolk hotel, which was which was the starting point for so many of our safaris over the years for great so called white hunters, wildlife lovers like my wife Babette and for strictly photographic shooters like myself early on a sparkling sunny Sunday morning.

A  herd of elephants grazes in Ambolesi Game Reserve
in Kenya, with Mount Kilamanjaro five miles away.
Photo by Bartholomew O'Dwyer.
By Babette Ladd O'Dwyer on 2/11/2011 10:12 AM
Everyone seems to know that magical word "Safari." Although in Swahili it means just journey, what a journey and experience it is for those whom undertake it. Or, as our resident poet would have it ...." Africa has provided me with a bouquet of memories that will never fade and die. At its core Africa is primeval, and often sublime, but always enthralling". To which I would add that to (Photo "Lion in Botswana" courtesy of Bartholomew O'Dwyer) many people I know the safari will always remain one of the finest experiences in life, to be savored and enjoyed with friends and family for years to come. I would like to share with you stories and essays, suggestions for itineraries to whet your appetite, and a reading list with my comments, to enjoy and prepare you for an exciting journey. There are myriad of ways to see and experience Africa; its celebrated wildlife, great beauty and famous...


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