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3 Tips for Staying Fit on Business Trips

Frequent travel has become the norm for many working professionals. In some industries, travel is so frequent that employees negotiate “home time” in their offer letters. Although traveling is great for business, it’s not always great for the traveler’s health.   Whether you’re traveling independently or through a business travel agency, you might face lack of sleep, irregular meals, extended sitting, dehydration, and stress. If you want…


The Best Way To See Europe

Designed for discerning travelers, Viking offers guests “the thinking person’s cruise” as an alternative to mainstream cruises. The Viking Difference is providing guests with extraordinarily well-designed cruises that bring them closer to the cultures of the world. Ships are small to get guests closer to their destination, with less time spent traveling between cities and…


8 Smart Business Travel Hacks

Corporate travel can be hectic will all its moving parts. From booking to planning meetings, and ensuring all your work gets done, it can be a stressful time. However, many of these mental burdens can be alleviated with simple, time-saving tricks.   Although the itinerary supplied by your business travel agency will help, here are some travel hacks that will free up your time while…


Have a Safe & Happy Labor Day Weekend!

Teplis Travel will be closed on Monday, September 4 so that our employees can enjoy the holiday with their friends and family. If you happen to be traveling and need assistance, our after hours service is available at (800) 876-4842. (Extra charges apply.) Please keep the victims of Hurrican Harvey in your thoughts and prayers. Our…


The Bliss of Southern Ireland

The Bliss of Southern Ireland! Luxury awaits you as you take an intimate tour of the beautiful Irish countryside and visit castles, sleepy villages, cathedrals and the Cliffs of Moher! See Shannon, Cork, Killarney, Limerick and Dublin. Explore the back-road treasures of Southern Ireland from a Mercedes Midi Coach, limited to 12 passengers and featuring professional tour guides. Stay…


Houston Airports Open As Floodwaters Recede

Houston’s Hobby and George Bush Intercontinental Airports resumed limited service for domestic flights Wednesday, five days after the city was flooded by the first Category 4 storm to hit the United States in the past dozen years. Most flights at the two facilities remain canceled through Sept. 2, however. In a joint statement, the airports said…


Travel Insight: Millennials

Millennials are now the largest demographic group. It’d be hard to miss that news, unless you’ve spent the past couple years in a cave, disconnected. Countless articles and research papers have been written about this massive group — 79 million in the US and nearly 14 million in the UK. Representing 25% of US business…

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Scheduled to Fly Qatar Airways? Here’s What You Need to Know

As of June 5, 2017, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt severed diplomatic ties with Qatar. They quickly implemented a land, sea, and air blockade against the country. At the crux of the dispute is Qatar’s sovereignty and independence, to which the country is clutching tightly.   Flights to Doha from these countries have been cancelled, and the…


Harvey Cancellations Top 7,500 Flights

More travel chaos loomed for fliers in Texas as Harvey’s remnants wreaked havoc on flight schedules for a fourth day in a row Tuesday. Even before midnight on Monday, airlines had preemptively grounded more than 1,400 flights for Tuesday, according to flight-tracking service FlightAware. Nearly all of those were a direct result of Harvey and its continuing impact…


Houston Struggling to Recover

A long-duration, catastrophic flood event is underway in the Greater Houston area in Texas. As of the morning of Aug. 28, some areas had received more than 76 cm (30 inches) since the storm began, and another 51-76 cm (20-30) inches of precipitation is possible by the time the storm passes. Some waterways have risen…