I am often introduced to people doing incredible things through travel. Charlie Grosso is just that. She is an art gallery director and photographer turned adventure philanthropoist, and she’s one half of the only all-female team to be attempting the 2012 Mongol Rally — a 10,000 mile unsupported car rally from London to Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia kicking off in July.
- A hamburger cupcake seems to be the only suitable form of pastry.
- You renamed your pet cat Kickapoo.
When Travelocity’s Vice President for cruises, Matt Lee, returned from his recent Alaskan Cruise, the first thing he did was open the laptop and write down his experience. It takes a cruise of epic proportions to impress an industry expert like Matt, and it sounds like the Star Princess Alaskan Cruise is just that. Read Matt’s first-person account of his four days at sea after the jump.
In Texas, not far from Travelocity’s headquarters, a fantastic foodie scene is blossoming in the Wild West town of Roanoke, once a popular pit stop for cowboys and cattle drivers. While a modern-day visit to Roanoke will satiate you every culinary desire from Tex Mex, to hearth-baked pizzas to family-style fried chicken, when it’s old-fashioned frontier food that Travelocity locals are after, they head to Reno Red’s.