1. Tep Wireless Mobile WiFi for Travel
This pocket WiFi device is perfect for those who travel for work, or anyone who needs Internet access at any time. Simply rent the Tep Wireless Mobile device and have it shipped wherever you are for just $7 a day.
2. 14-Language Speaking Global Translator
If you plan on traveling to a foreign country, be sure to bring the 14-language speaking global translator from Franklin and never face a language barrier again. $119.99-$149.99
3. Kensington ComboSaver Portable Notebook Lock
Help prevent your laptop and personal information from being stolen with a portable notebook lock from Kensington. Stretches to six feet and offers up to 10,000 possible combinations. $29.99
4. Eton FRX4 Smartphone Wireless Charger
Luckily, for those of us who are always on the go, there are plenty of options to wirelessly charge our phones when they run out of juice. None of those options, however, charge in 4 different ways: alkaline batteries, rechargeable battery, by hand crank or solar power. If that isn’t enough of a selling point, the Eton FRX4 is also an AM/FM radio receiver, a weather alert station, a flashlight, a red emergency beacon, a glow in the dark locator and has a port for headphones. Did I mention it’s weather resistant and drop-proof from one meter? $79.99
5. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook
Need to travel with a laptop, but are worried about the bulk? At 2.83 pounds and 0.7-inches thin, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 is the perfect travel companion. Need to give a presentation while away? You can do it without ever touching the keyboard, with voice control, 10 different hand gestures, and a stunning HD display, for nearly 180-degrees of wide-screen viewing. Plus it’s anti-smudge. Starts at $1,249
6. Monoprice Enhanced Noise-Cancelling Earphones
Powered by a single AAA battery, these Monoprice earphones can provide up to 50 hours of active noise reduction that eliminates 99 percent of external noise. $79.83
7. Universal AC Travel Adaptor
Covering more than 150 countries, this convenient and portable universal AC adaptor eliminates the need to carry multiple adaptors for all of your electrical devices. $18
8. iPhone Super Suit
Keep your phone protected while traveling with the iPhone Super Suit. This phone case is exactly what it says, a super suit for your phone that’s sealed for waterproof protection and that will cushion a fall from up to six feet. $79
The Bungalows at Kenzo Hall officially opened to guests last month. The bungalows feature 10 luxury accommodations in Kenzo Hall, a 22-room lakefront hotel operated by Western Catskills hotel and restaurant group Foster Supply Hospitality. The name pays tribute to the bungalow colonies in the Catskills from the turn of the 19th century, when Jewish farmers around the region began renting cottages to seasonal travelers escaping the cities. In the 1950s, many of the Bungalows offered full-service amenities like meals and entertainment.
Whether you prefer an ultra-luxe resort or a cozy villa on the beach, you’ll find balance again in Los Cabos.
A new initiative puts the spotlight on accessible travel in Florida. As part of National Mobility Awareness Month this past May, Visit Panama City Beach launched Fun.For.All, which promotes and provides guidance on all the easily-accessible things to do in Panama City Beach. The tourism organization reports more than 18 million people in North America deal with mobility challenges.
Thinking about an autumnal adventure or Thanksgiving trip this year? Well, with lively cities, an extravaganza of festivals and the BEST Halloween celebrations around, the island of Ireland is calling! And if you need more reasons to Press the Green Button and go, these might just seal the deal …