Author: Martha's Whirled News

Based in San Francisco, Martha Stewardess flies frequently for a major US airline. Layover here for airline and travel news, views, and stews! Martha Stewardess, dishing it up one mile at a time!

Post Holiday Travel Hacks

Traveling after the holidays is a must if you want to get back home or want to go anywhere for a vacation. Sometimes it’s better to head out for the holidays after everyone else is back at home. Then, you…

Why a Motorcycle is the Best way to See a New City

If you’re in the mood for a change of scenery, you may desire to travel. Whether your trip is a vacation or a permanent move, one thing is for sure: seeing and experiencing a new city is best done on…

5 Tips To Consider When Packing Your Carry-on Luggage

The excitement of flight can quickly be filled with frustration and drama when your packed luggage goes missing. Being a flight attendant, more than once I’ve been approached by harried passengers misplacing their luggage (which is a nice way of…

Best Attractions on Hawaii’s Big Island

Hawaii is a world-class adventure destination for people who love to travel, and it also ranks among the world’s most preferred honeymoon destinations. The tropical weather and the sunny, sandy beaches, plus an out-of-this-world landscape are some of the factors that attract…

Make screening a breeze this winter

The good people of the Canadian Airport Transport Security Authority (CATSA) are great pals of the flight attendant community.  They asked if they could share a guest post and video on tips for ushering folks through the security line experience this holiday season,…

Things to Do in Reno, Nevada

Often overshadowed by its more glitzy cousin to the south of the state (yes, I’m talking about Las Vegas), Reno has its own fair share of great casinos, nightlife, arts, and activities. Here’s a sampling of what’s on offer in…

Traveling to Cleveland: Tips and Tricks

As the seat of Cuyahoga County and second largest city in Ohio, Cleveland draws 11 million visitors each year to explore its cultural and historical attractions, from Little Italy on the east side to trendy Tremont in the south. Where To…

Four Tips to Visiting Columbus on a Budget

Traveling is a favorite pastime for countless people, and many families plan annual vacations to new and exciting locations to get their travel fix. It’s fun to experience new places, new activities, and new cultures. But traveling can be expensive and…

Message in a bottle: the ultimate world travel souvenir

Fact: flight attendants love wine. Why wouldn’t they? The world seems to be transforming into one colossal vineyard, and almost every destination has its signature winery to be visited by curious palates. Whether it’s Argentina, South Africa, France or Hungary,…