Where's The Best Place To Travel For Cuisine?

March 4 2014 by BW Innsider
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We all love travel and we all love food - put the two together and you've got a perfect match. Now we want to know where YOUR favorite place to travel is for the food? Is there a city that has the most amazing BBQ? Maybe a destination that has great seafood? Wherever your favorite "foodie" destination is, we want to know about it!

Share your best place to travel for cuisine and you will be automatically entered for a chance to win a $250 Best Western Travel Card!

Limit one entry per person. Must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the US or Canada to be eligible to win. Winner will be randomly selected from all entries posted in the comments below. Winner will be announced via comment post on youmustbetrippin.com after winner is verified. Contest ends March 31st, 2014.


Become a Travel Hero

March 3 2014 by Mike Mason

Thumbnail image for travel hero blog.jpgBest Western has launched a new social promotion that is sure to get you excited about your future travel plans! There's a lot of time spent away from loved ones for those who have to travel for business. Best Western offers seasonal promotions, like the one currently running, that saves guests up to 20% off, plus 1,500 bonus Best Western Rewards points. Savings like this, allow Best Western guests to save more and accumulate increased loyalty points, which in turn, enables them to reward themselves and their loved ones.

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Four Habits of the Latino Business Traveler

February 28 2014 by Manny Ruiz
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latino business traveler.jpgAs I prepare to host the fifth annual Hispanicize event in Miami, an annual gathering of Latino marketing, media and social media professionals, I find myself fielding a familiar set of questions that many Latino entrepreneurs seem to ask when they travel:

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Five Pieces of Gear No Traveling Motorcyclist Should Be Without

February 28 2014 by Jason Fogelson

motorcycle gear (2).jpgOne of my big challenges when traveling by motorcycle is over packing. I'm constantly paring down my gear and equipment, trying to get it down to the essentials. The thought recently occurred to me - why not reverse engineer the packing process? Instead of figuring out what I don't need and getting rid of the extras, let's figure out what I absolutely do need, and build up from there. Here's my list of five pieces of gear that no traveling motorcyclist should be without.

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Best Western Business Travel Summit 2014

February 26 2014 by Bryson Forbes
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Have you recovered?

February 26 2014 by Chris McGinnis

travel jobs.jpgNearly everyone would agree that the economy has improved a lot since the dark days of 2008-2009. But the recovery has been spotty‒strong for some industries, while others continue to struggle.

One good sign for the economy is that business and leisure travelers are back on the roads and in the skies, and the travel industry has recovered 99 percent of the jobs lost back then, according to the US Travel Association.

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Things That Bug

February 25 2014 by Sam Lowe
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graffiti memorial.jpgIn more than 40 years of motoring, sailing, cruising, riding on the backs of large animals, flying and other means of transportation that have taken me from one destination to another, I have encountered all sorts of situations and incidents that have made the trip pleasurable. And, unfortunately, some that detracted from the enjoyment. I try not to let those distractions create inner turmoil, but sometimes they just do. So I've steeled myself to live with them rather than let them upset me.

But, being a senior traveler, it is my right to gripe about them.

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Making the Best of a Messy Winter

February 24 2014 by Chris McGinnis
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driving in a snow storm.jpgEven if you don't live in the eastern half of the US, which as been battered by a series of winter storms this year, it's likely that you travel there on business.

Whether you are driving your own car or renting one, keep these tips in mind before hitting the road.

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MiL-Believers

February 24 2014 by James West

minor league baseball.jpgSo, you think you're a baseball fan do you? You watch your favorite team's home games, go to a few when you have the time, and maybe even own season tickets. Not bad...for a rookie. When you're ready to graduate to True Fan status, take a look at the MiLB.

Not to be confused with older brother MLB, Minor League Baseball is a whole other animal. Also known as Triple-A or the Farm League, fans travel all over the country just to see their favorite teams play. Why? What makes this league so special and unique? Here are a few reasons to become a MiL-Believer.

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