Articles By M. Johanson

From Travel Jun 15, 2012

Most Affordable - And Most Expensive - Cities For A Night Out

TripAdvisor just released its 2012 TripIndex of the most affordable -- and most expensive -- popular tourist cities around the globe.

From Travel Jun 08, 2012

Vampire Tourism? Skeletons In Bulgaria Boost Visitor Interest

The discovery of “vampire” skeletons in the Black Sea town of Sozopol made headlines across the globe and now the local Bulgarian media reports that tourism officials believe the frenzy can pump more blood into the nation’s growing tourism industry.

From Science Jun 08, 2012

Space Shuttle Enterprise Docks At New York’s Intrepid Museum: How & When You Can See It

Space shuttle Enterprise took its final journey Wednesday to its retirement home on a floating museum off the western edge of New York City and you can check it out in person in just over a month's time.

From Tech Jun 06, 2012

Scoot Airlines Tackles Asia’s Crowded Discount Market, iPads In Tow

Asia’s newest long-haul budget carrier Scoot took off on its maiden flight from Singapore to Sydney Monday, using a novel approach to saving fuel: iPads.

From Companies Jun 05, 2012

Hawaiian Airlines Moves East With Nonstop NYC-Honolulu Flights

On Monday, Hawaiian Airlines will fly into its first major market on the East Coast, New York City, expanding its reach across the United States.

From Real Estate May 24, 2012

Green Cities: The Best City Park Systems In America

How green is your city?

From Travel May 23, 2012

Tokyo Skytree: World’s Tallest Tower Opens In Japan [PHOTOS]

The 2,080-foot Tokyo Skytree, the world's tallest freestanding tower, opened to the public on Tuesday.

From Economy May 22, 2012

Travel & Tourism Industry Driving Economic Recovery In The Americas: Report

The WTTC argues that travel and tourism’s contribution to GDP is faster than most other sectors in the Americas and will grow by 3.6 percent over the next 10 years, a much faster rate than mining (1.5 percent), education (2 percent), chemicals (2.5 percent) and financial services (3.

From Travel May 22, 2012

Mount Everest ‘Death Zone’ Claims Four In Deadly Weekend

Four climbers were pronounced dead while returning from the summit of Mount Everest over the weekend, Nepali officials said. At least one other remains missing after a windstorm swept through the mountain on Saturday.

From Travel May 16, 2012

London Orbit Tower: Olympic-Sized Eyesore Or The Next Eiffel Tower?

It’s big, red, and shiny, and it’s meant to add a touch of modernity to the London skyline, but many see Anish Kapoor’s Orbit Tower as an Olympic-sized eyesore.