Seward, Alaska

Have you traveled to Alaska? I've been twice, both time as an independent traveler. You can learn from my adventures, my lessons, and tips. Ask questions about travel. You are my ideal traveler, so keep on going. During this time, you can be planning your trip for when the world opens up once again. Tips on a protective SPF clothing and my mistakes are here, too. Check out this episode!


Listen to the stories from the Land Down Under, a beautiful place for anyone to visit, Australia. Share your bucket list with Dr. Travelbest. Check out this episode!

Lincoln, Nebraska

Dr Travelbest wants you to enjoy your travels, so plan before you go. This guide will help you make the most of your trips. I've been writing travel books since 1993, so come along to the destination of Lincoln, Nebraska today. We'll also answer your FAQ, about travel restrictions. The lesson learned is don't drop your phone/camera and crack your screen. The tip is on good note taking ideas. Check out this episode!

Travel Exercise from Home

Dr Travelbest guides women toward new travel, new choices and new adventures into independent destinations. Today's adventure is a special edition on Travel Exercise at Home. Before you go on your trip, be sure you have the stamina you need.  Also, we discuss places to visit in Tijuana, Mexico, my lessons learned about getting seasick and how to kill insomnia with prayer. Check out this episode!

California Beaches Part 3

If you are a want to be traveler and like the beach, then celebrate this episode of Dr Travelebest as a hero of your favorite beach while exploring some of the things in to do at the beaches in California.  The FAQ, lesson learned and tip are all worth knowing today, too. Check out this episode!

Travel Exercise at Home

  Special Episode on Travel Exercises at Home from  Dr. Mary Travelbest In this episode: The FAQ is What should I do in Tijuana, Mexico? The special episode is on Exercise at Home. Lesson learned is don’t get Seasick while shark fishing    Tip is kill insomnia with prayer FAQ: What should I do in Tijuana, Mexico? Answer: Once the pandemic is over, you should visit with your passport and Mexican auto insurance if you’re driving there. I’ve been to TJ about 50 times and each time I seem to get lost. It’s a big city and that’s easy to do with so many people and cars. The attractions include Jai alai games, dog or horse races, and a lot of eating and shopping. If you’re a shopper, you can visit Plaza Rio or Plaza Mexico. I enjoy looking at the items in food sections, dreaming of the flavors and smells of the food. The Omnitheatre, in the Tijuana Cultural Center has a film on a 180-degree screen, so the viewer is right in the middle of the scene, soaring across Mexico, the pyramids, b

California Beaches (part 3)

    Welcome to Dr. Mary Travelbest’s Special Episode on California Beaches (Part 3) In parts 1 and 2, we started in Coronado, California and visited all beaches through Camp Pendleton. In part 3, we will keep going north through Orange County beaches from San Clemente to Seal Beach and in between. They are all or mostly “free” to visit but check hours and parking before you travel.,+CA/@33.8755442,-118.446624,12z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x80dc925c54d5f7cf:0xdea6c3618ff0d607!8m2!3d33.7174708!4d-117.8311428 San Clemente - There are at least 10 beaches in this part of Orange County. There’s a train station on the beach; it’s just steps to the sand or to the shopping areas. San Clemente has a regular routed street Trolley, and it’s free of charge for all visitors and locals but closed during Covid. That’s a good way to get to the beach and not worry about park