Category: Bjorn Koch

Beating Your Fear of Flying

To view this blog as a slideshow, click here.   It’s a question that gets asked every so often, one for which no one ever seems amply prepared. Sometimes they spring it on you in a job interview, other times at networking sessions or, if you’re particularly unlucky, on a first date. It seems like there is no right answer,… Read more →

Travel Destinations Within the US

  The United States of America is, by and large, a beautiful country. From the rolling Rocky Mountains and grassy plains of the Midwest to the Florida Everglades and monuments in Washington D.C., and everything in between. We’ve discussed some of the best that New York dining has to offer, and some of the best walking and short-term traveling you… Read more →

The “Perfect” Road Trip, Broken Down

It’s the dream of most every uninhibited twenty-something, travel-savvy adult and explorational child around the nation: cruising the vast and picturesque vistas of the United States on a multi-month long roadtrip around the nation. And now, it could be a reality, assuming you can take some time off of work. Doctoral student Randy Olson and Tracy Staedter devised a map… Read more →

Travel without Leaving Boston

  Some of the biggest exoduses that travelers experience occur during the frigid wintery months, when vacationers decide to pack a suitcase and exchange single digit temperatures and blizzards for the warmth and sun of the southern hemisphere. Now that spring has sprung, temperatures are heating up and your vacation days have dwindled, you may think your leisure time has… Read more →