Reading Travel: in print or online?
|A string quartet tunes up and cruise staff prepares a buffet of sweets for the Mozart Tea aboard the Crystal Serenity|
They tell me people prefer reading online to the newspaper, but for Travel I just don't think that's true.
It's in today's paper with all sorts of great stories, including one by me about a Madison man who cruises around the world by dancing with the ladies. And then there's the a Miami woman who sold her home to stay on board the Crystal Serenity and dance as much as she wants to.
Or read about Jeff Frischkorn's visit to Spaceport, where ordinary people will soon be able to take suborbital flights into space.
Or go with Caitlin Fertal to Alabama, her first excursion into the Deep South, where it's in the 60s this time of year.
There's lots more in today's Travel section to check out.
Here's a novel idea. If you no longer subscribe, stop at a newstand and pick up the Nov. 11 News-Herald.
I'm promising some good reading and it's something you can save to read again. Use it to fuel your dreams or plan your own getaways. It lists plenty of websites too.