Sponsored Post The most difficult thing about attempting to explore a city on a layover or planning short trips or a weekend getaway are the logistics. Rightfully so as getting your bearings in a city, you've never visited before is challenging. I don't know about you...read more
After having my fill of Swiss chocolate I was sitting in a Zurich train station coffee shop waiting for a train that will take me to the Swiss capital Bern, the City of Bears. Over the constant train arrival, departure and platform announcements in walks two women,...read more
As the new year approaches and leaves, I think about New Years Resolutions. Like everyone else, the number one resolution is starting a diet to lose weight and joining a gym. It also tends to be the first resolution to get put by the wayside. For me, I do go to the...read more
Sponsored Post Paper Maps & Guide Books Please tell me your not one of the many people I see standing on the corner holding a big map; looking up, looking down, looking left, looking down, looking right, looking down...again etc. Oh and I sincerely hope your...read more
Saving Money For Travel When my mother reads that I'm writing posts that talk about saving money for travel, finance and budgeting she is going to laugh her head off. In addition, my partner in crime Gordana will testify that she spends a lot of time keeping...read more
Google Trips Researching a new destination can be both exciting for some and stressfully nerve racking for others. Your see here at Rudderless we like to focus on short trips and in order to make short trips successful we need really good apps. Great navigation apps...read more
Things To Do In Ottawa In 48 Hours Ottawa is definitely one of the best places to stay or spend a getaway. The problem is that lifestyle is a bit expensive and if you are meaning to have a grand vacation, then that would equate to a huge budget. Still, there is a way...read more
Free Things To Do In Ottawa When it came to running, I've always been a sprinter growing up. I despised long distance running, cross country skiing or anything that involved moving constantly over long distances. It's funny how I love driving ( I have a Jeep Wrangler...read more
Wandering Wagars While in St.John's International Airport, my brother and I were informed of a mechanical delay which was to keep us grounded for a few hours. Thank goodness for this Departure Lounge's rocking chairs...Newfoundland is quirky like that. As I got comfy...read more
Ever since I became old enough to start challenging the true existence of jolly old St. Nick is when I started becoming more of a grinch. Around the age of 16 I was delivering newspapers and earning my own small change. I never was or never will be great at budgeting...read more
When it comes to navigation we all have our favorites but I found one app that I seem to be using over and over and over. Especially during my research and planning stages. Simple and straightforward in its design and function yet powerful in its process. The sole...read more
Heathrow airport. I just arrived after an amazing time in London. I saw most of the main sites and had my fill of beans and eggs for breakfast, tea in the afternoon with fish and chips and beer in pubs for dinner. The highlight though, was spending time with my...read more
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