If you’re a woman and you love to ski, you’ve come to the right place! You’ll find ski news, a directory of women’s ski resources, and a forum where you can chat about anything that has to do with skiing — gear, technique, resorts, and more — in a way that you can relate to.

Wendy Clinch, who founded and runs the website is also the author of Double Black, a mystery that takes place on the slopes of Vermont which is garnering positive reviews. The book will be released in January.


Traveling In NY City?

September 1, 2009

HopStop is one of the best city transit guide websites. They provide door-to-door subway and bus directions and maps for several metropolitan cities including NYC, Boston, Chicago, Washington, San Francisco as well as Paris and London. You can also search for places to eat, drink, sleep and see in the City Guides.

With HopStop you can:
– Send directions by e-mail or text message to a cell phone directly from the website
– Plan a trip with multiple destinations using the Itinerary.
– Get directions or the locations of nearby subway and bus stops remotely on your cell phone or PDA with the HopStop Mobile service.


Beautiful Libraries

March 12, 2009

We came across the Curious Expeditions blog and felt compelled to share their Librophiliac Love Letter with you. How many have you visited?


Affordable family fun, close-by escapes, overnight getaways and 248 free things to do are at the tip of your fingers in the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism’s 2009 Connecticut Vacation Guide.

Connecticut residents and visitors may obtain a free copy of the 2009 Connecticut Vacation Guide by calling 1-888-CTvisit or visiting CTVisit.com. The guide will also be available at arts, historic and cultural attractions, tourism welcome centers, tourism regions and libraries.

Travel Via Kayak

January 8, 2009

Kayak is a free travel search engine started by founders of Orbitz, Travelocity and Expedia who believed in a better online travel experience. Kayak is not a store.  They search hundreds of travel sites from all over the world, provide the information to you in an easy-to-use display and send you directly to the source to make your purchase.  Once you make your choice, they link to the travel sites to make your purchase. Kayak allows you to choose which site to purchase from– through an online travel agency or consolidator such as Orbitz or Airfare.com. Kayak’s search engine can find all kinds of travel products– from flights and hotels to rental cars and cruises.


Looking to get away? You’re not alone. Tablethotels.com will give you a hand finding a discounted price off some pretty spiffy hotels. Their site showcases hotels, mostly boutique-type, from around the world. The best part is that these each of these hotels has passed muster with the Tablet selection committee. Hotels can’t buy their way on to the lists and the reviews are supplied by customers who have actually stayed at the hotels so the ratings are fiddle-proof. Click on the “Great Hotel Deals” button for deals around the world–based on availablilty.


New Flight Tracking Website

December 29, 2008

HelloFlight.com allows travelers to get real-time locations of all commercial and most private aircraft on the U.S. air traffic control system. The site also gives information on weather and its effect on flight status, airport statistics and other information available from the FAA.