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10 Best Family Spring Break Destinations

Families looking for the perfect spring break destination would be well advised to first avoid a conflict with the beachbound college crowd. Here’s a list of the most-likely college spring break destinations for 2019, all of which should be avoided until after things cool off in April. Puerto Rico Atlantic City, New Jersey Napa Valley,…

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Back Taxes Can Jeopardize Your Passport

The IRS has reiterated its warning that taxpayers may not be able to renew their passports or get a new one if they owe $52,000 or more in federal taxes. In January of last year, the IRS began implementing new procedures for individuals with “seriously delinquent tax debts.” The change in the law came in…

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Airlines Reroute Flights Over Pakistan

Thai Airways has resumed flights bound for Europe after it was forced to cancel many due to Pakistan closing its airspace over rising tensions with India, with other airlines rerouting services. According to the BBC, Pakistan has claimed that it shot down two Indian military jets after they crossed the border that divides Kashmir. India…

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Morocco: The Sahara and Beyond

The culture of the Berbers in northern Africa dates back as many as 5,000 years. Discover their enduring legacy on this 15-day adventure into Morocco’s rich cultural heritage. Explore the souks and streets of Marrakech and Fez, spend a night in a comfortable tented camp in the Sahara, enjoy dinner with a traditional Berber family,…

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Win Free JetBlue Flights for a Year

JetBlue’s “All You Can Jet” Sweepstakes began yesterday with the promise of Three (3) Grand Prizes, each consisting of one (1) JetBlue All You Can Jet Pass valid for unlimited air travel (subject to availability) for one (1) year for winner and one (1) Travel Companion per flight on any JetBlue-operated flights. The instructions on…

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Hotels: Clearing the Air

Forget free wine hours and on-demand workout videos. An increasing number of hotels around the world are now providing guests the option to book rooms with filtration and purification systems that minimize threats of air pollution and offer cleaner air. “Interior air quality can be abysmal,” said Beth McGroarty, research director for The Global Wellness…

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China Closes Tibet to Foreign Visitors for 2 Months

In a move not likely to win China many popularity points among world travelers, Tibet is now closed to foreign travelers through April. The Associated Press has reported that the decision to close the country to all foreigners during a time of sensitive political anniversaries calls into question the legitimacy of Beijing’s rule of the…

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Hilton Announces New Upscale Meeting Brand

Hilton has launched Signia Hilton, an upper-upscale hotel brand targeting meetings and events. Signia’s ballrooms, restaurants, bars, lobbies and guestrooms will be designed “so groups of any size can optimize work time and collaboration time and spark their most innovative thinking,” Hilton said. The brand will focus on urban and resort markets worldwide. At an…

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City Guide – Berlin

Business travelers visiting Berlin don’t have to worry about finding time to explore the city. Cafes are jammed at all hours, drinking is in many ways a religion and dance clubs keep going through the weekend right into Monday. Size-wise, Berlin is a giant city at five times the size of Paris you could spend…

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The Temples of Thailand and Cambodia

Venture off the beaten path on this adventure exploring the amazing sites to be found in the jungles of Thailand and Cambodia. See Angkor Wat, the legendary complex built in the 12th century by the Khmer King Suryavarman II as a monument to the Hindu God Vishnu. As you stroll through this world-famous religious site,…

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