Here’s a travel tidbit for you guys: Did you know that it was 95 years ago that the first rapid transit subway, the IRT, opened in New York City?
We have certainly come a long way in a century, and 95 years from now we’ll be just as astound at how travel times have changed. But let’s get to the travel stories circulating the Web right now, shall we? Here are some good reads to tie you over.
- We’ve all had our bad days on the road — or at the airport in particular. When you’re not getting your way, you might want to follow these suggestions to have a better time traveling. [via CNN Travel]
- JAPAN. It’s such a unique place to travel, but there are some things to do and not to do in Japan. [via Matador Trips]
- I recently took a coastal drive across the Golden Gate Bridge to Bolinas in Marin and was quickly reminded how much l love the California coastline. Here are some really worthy coastal drives that you can still take before winter sets in. [via MSNBC Travel]
- More and more people travel with their laptops, and more and more destinations are becoming wired for tech travelers. Here are six of the world’s most wired places. [via Open Travel]
‘Til tomorrow, have a great evening!
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