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Airlines Show Foresight in Preparation for Hurricane Alex, Travelers’ Jaws Collectively Drop

Airlines Show Foresight in Preparation for Hurricane Alex, Travelers’ Jaws Collectively Drop July 6, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
The “friendly skies” are without a doubt imperfect – despite the many advantages flying to your destination presents, there are and always will be ways in which its efficiency suffers due to uncontrollable circumstances. Airlines suffer considerably from occasional bumps in the road,...

Travelers Stranded by “No-Fly” List Demand Answers

Travelers Stranded by “No-Fly” List Demand Answers July 6, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It’s not unusual to encounter a few hiccups in even the most well-structured of travel plans. Hotel reservations falling through, overbooked flights, and the unexpected often come together to form little headaches in our holidays. All these minor inconveniences pale, however, in comparison to...

Smokers, Speedos, And The Deep Blue Sea – 2010 Beach Etiquette

Smokers, Speedos, And The Deep Blue Sea – 2010 Beach Etiquette July 6, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Ah, etiquette. The unspoken rules that automatically apply to every member of a society, the glue that keeps us in line and in check. We learned it at the dinner table as children, and now we may need to get up to speed on the rules that will apply to us this summer as we pack our bags, fuel our cars...

Playstation Portables To Join The Thomas Cook Airlines Team

Playstation Portables To Join The Thomas Cook Airlines Team June 30, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Soon, passengers flying Thomas Cook Airlines will have the chance to wave a hearty goodbye to the boring, never-ending flights of years past. Instead, for just a few dollars out of their wallets, passengers will be able to enjoy some of the most cutting-edge portable entertainment technology has to offer,...

Google Maps Navigation To Arrive In Canada And Mainland Europe

Google Maps Navigation To Arrive In Canada And Mainland Europe June 30, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Even though Google has only been around for a little more than a decade, they sure have a lot to show for themselves. The corporation now offers a host of services, ranging from the traditional search engine (which earned it a spot in the official English-language dictionary) to helping drivers navigate...

Apple in the Sky: Jetstar to Adopt iPad as in-Flight Entertainment

Apple in the Sky: Jetstar to Adopt iPad as in-Flight Entertainment June 23, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Despite criticism of the iPad (the odd choice of name, lack of functionality, awkward size) anyone who has held one in their hands can attest to its all-around awesomeness. Whether it’s because it makes us feel like the future is now, or that we’re on the top of the technological food chain,...

Stonehenge Greeted By Summer Solstice Visitors

Stonehenge Greeted By Summer Solstice Visitors June 22, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
For the first time since 2003, visitors rising early on the morning of the summer solstice were greeted by the striking sun rising among the ancient ruins of Stonehenge, deep in the English country. The location is a local favorite, and each year, it is blessed with thousands who arrive before the sun...

With The Environmentalists In Mind – Beer Or Wine?

With The Environmentalists In Mind – Beer Or Wine? June 16, 2010 | Food Lovers, Travel News | Read More
There are few things as nice as having a glass of wine in the mountains of Chile after a day-long hike, or enjoying a cold beer on the hot beach. However, we live in a changing world – one that cares about the environment, and often, partaking in such refreshments is not always the most environmentally...

Goldfinger-Era Aston Martin To Go On Auction In London

Goldfinger-Era Aston Martin To Go On Auction In London June 7, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Lets face it. None of us will ever be as cool as James Bond. In essence, we will never attain his level because of two things – one, he is a fictional character. And second, we don’t have his car. There’s not much anyone can do about the first step to reaching a Bond level of suave,...

Lufthansa Offers New First Class

Lufthansa Offers New First Class May 31, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
There’s nothing quite like flying first class on a long trip. Priority boarding is only made sweeter by seeing dozens of disgruntled economy-class businessmen coming back from company sponsored trips passing your comfortable seat as they cram into their tiny, uncomfortable spaces, all while you...
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