West Hollywood’s BIG RED CARS in the 1950s

Los Angeles used to have a public transit system that covered about 25 percent more track mileage than New York City’s current subway system. In its eco-heyday in 1945, LA had more than 900 hydro-electric Pacific Electric “Red Cars” that covered more than 1,100 miles, from Pasadena to downtown LA, ... Read More »

Airline Review – JOSH CAHILL’s ultra first class experience on EMIRATES!

We are now featuring selected travel bloggers regularly to provide reviews of transportation services (airlines, rail, and cruises) and visiting worldwide destinations.  JOSH CAHILL is a travel expert and adventurist with a passion for airplanes. He founded the award-winning blog Go Travel Your Way, becoming one of the first bloggers ... Read More »

RMS TITANIC: FIVE BIG Things James Cameron’s Movie GOT WRONG!

RMS TITANIC: 5 Things James Cameron’s Movie GOT WRONG! Some details in Titanic were married to fiction, but there’s no doubt the movie remains one of the best interpretations of the catastrophe ever made. The sinking of the RMS Titanic remains one of the worst disasters in maritime history, and ... Read More »

UBER and LYFT survives AB 5 while DEMOCRATS turn on California Freelancers!

Lyft had announced Thursday they were suspending all California services because of Democrat Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez’s law aimed at independent contractors and freelancers. Uber was expected to follow, but at the last moment, the California appeals court stepped in and temporarily defused the situation caused by a law AB ... Read More »

San Francisco’s Ambitious & Magnificent SUTRO BATHS

San Francisco’s Adolph Sutro, the self-made millionaire who designed Sutro Heights and later the second Cliff House, developed the amazing Sutro Baths in 1894.  The baths became a major attraction for the entire Bay Area, from San Jose to San Raphael. He constructed an ocean pool aquarium among the rocks ... Read More »