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January 31, 2015

We travelers love the world’s great destinations, but too often, we don’t respect them — and we’re killing a lot of them as a result. Late last November, the world came out from Venice that this ancient and fragile Italian city would no longer allow tourists to bring wheeled .../ ➝

January 25, 2015

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel EXPEDIA BUYS TRAVELOCITY The Roaming Gnome has crossed the road, and gone over to the other side…sort of. The online booking site Expedia has bought up its rival, Travelocity, for $280 million in cash, part of a buying spree that has Expedia.../ ➝

January 13, 2015

It wasn’t bad enough that your airline frequent-flier miles can expire. Now, thieves are trying to book free flights with your miles. Does this sound like you? You stalk the online travel agencies and booking sites, looking for the cheapest airfare from A to B, regardless of airline. Over time.../ ➝

January 10, 2015

The Paris terror attacks of last week have prompted a reminder from the US government. Take it seriously, but don’t swallow the hype along with it. By now, you’ve probably heard what the media have widely reported: The US State Department has issued a “worldwide travel alert”.../ ➝

January 5, 2015

You can now combine a celebration of Black American heritage with a fun cruise on the Gulf of Mexico. Galveston TX, not Washington DC, is where Black American slavery official came to an end on June 19, 1865. Ever since, Black Americans have been celebrating that day as Juneteenth, and no city celeb.../ ➝