Internet Travel With Context
When Joe Brancatelli launched JoeSentMe two weeks after 9/11, it was all he could do to get his own columns, Brancatelli File and Tactical Traveler, posted. When he decided to keep the site running, however, one of the first things he created was the Travel Newsstand. At the time, it was aimed at linking to all the travel news and commentary sites on the Web. Now it is Joe's way of linking to useful travel stories that appear elsewhere on the Internet.
JANUARY 23: ON THE NEWSSTAND
Read all about it! Everything you need to know about the Coronavirus, the city where it started and how airlines and airports are reacting. Three creeps (and $82,000 in cash) on a plane. The best passport to carry, best place to retire and healthiest capital cities in Europe. From our archives: airport agonistes and awful Amtrak, then and now. And much more.
JANUARY 9: ON THE NEWSSTAND
Read all about it! Japan worries about 7-Eleven, ubiquitous convenience stores that operate 24/7/365. The Trump Organization tries to cash in on the Old Post Office Building in Washington. Montreal's classic French bistro and Gander's magnificent mid-century airport lounge. Recycling hotel soap. Emirates' extra-profitable short-haul route. And much more.