Oh, The Fabulous Life...

“The cool thing about being famous is traveling. I have always wanted to travel across seas, like to Canada and stuff.”

Britney Spears

Travel 2.0 - Traveling in a Web 2.0 World

I recently came across some interesting sites that are quite intriguing for the travel savvy. In any case, they're a good way to pass the time if you're bored on the Internet. Journeys is probably my fave on the list because you can see some really amazing pictures you don't really find on other travel sites.

Jneys.com - Travel the world without ever leaving your house! Journeys is an amazing visual adventure to some of the most beautiful places in the world.

CostToDrive.com - calculate how much it would cost to drive from Point A to Point B. This site is particularly useful if you'd like to see whether flying or driving would be more economical. Unfortunately, the site only does locations within the use. So if you're like me and you live in San Diego and you wanted to see how much it would cost to drive to to your favorite Cabo hotel, then you're outta luck!

Onebag.com - the ultimate guide to packing light. Categories include what to pack, what to pack it in and how to pack it.

BestRestroom.com - ever wanted to know what America's best bathrooms looks like? Well now you can see them in all of thier decorative glory...and then maybe you can start a roadtrip and visit them all?

Awesome Travel Video: On a Canal in Venice

I went a-traveling through some of the blogs on OnSugar.com a few days ago - there's a lot of cool stuff out there! I came across Maud's blog where she posted a video of her riding along a canal in Venice and I wanted to share it here. It's a great video and kind of makes you feel like you're the one in the boat. Oh, the life of the traveler.

Here's a link to the original post: http://maud.onsugar.com/1893558

If you have a post on one of your travel adventures, let me know and I'll feature it. Thanks again to Maud. Looks like you had an amazing time in Italy!

Luxury Designer Luggage Fall 2008

The cost of traveling by plane may be on the rise, but designer luggage isn't getting any cheaper, or any less popular. I guess if you're a celebrity, or if you can afford it, it don't matta. I once heard that 80% of feeling good is looking good - and you definitely need to feel good if you're trying to battle your way through an airport...especially if you're being followed by the paparazzi. Besides, who can resist cute luggage? Check out the goods:

Gucci Crest Tote, $1295

French 1946 Savoy Collection, Pieces include a hatbox ($785), satchel ($425), backpack with a bottom ($450), and 52-inch, roll-along garment bag ($1,085) with companion mini bag ($375). Perfect for a posh arrival at a Cabo resort.

Louis Vuitton Eole 60, $2050. The Louis Vuitton official website says, "it is light yet spacious and it is accepted as hand luggage. The bag can hold one week's clothing."

Samsonite Vintage Collection, Beauty Bag, $310. Arrive at your destination wedding in Cabo in style with this adorable vintage collection. You'll be the blushing bride for sure when everyone starts fawning over your chic luggage ;)

Tumi Voyageur Cologne Tote in Zebra, $295

I just had to add this. Coach passport cover, $148. If you're a frequent traveler, you need this stylish passport cover. You don't want to arrive at your Cabo hotel without this high-end accessory.

Coach OP Art Travel Sabrina, $798. Just the cutest little carry on bag around. Fits all you need and makes you look fabulous.

Coach Legacy Crocodile Medium Duffle, $12000. $12,000?? Surely I miscounted the zeroes...nope.

Hartmann Wings Collection, Mobile Carry-all, $675

Really makes you want to go out and get them doesn't it? Well, maybe.