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The Women-Only Club: Some Hotels Say No Boyz Allowed!

The Women-Only Club: Some Hotels Say No Boyz Allowed! April 4, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
A hotel in Brisbane, Australia has recently designated its fifth floor as “women only,” and even the staff servicing the 11 rooms are all ladies. Portal Hotel was quick to recognize a profitable market: nowadays, over 40% of business trips in Australia are taken by women. Certain ladies also like...

Full Flights and High Fares Do Not a Happy Summer Make

Full Flights and High Fares Do Not a Happy Summer Make June 11, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
For many people summer is synonymous with vacation. This typically rolls right into visions of exotic locales, endless cocktails, golden tans and new passport stamps. But the way things are shaping up, the route to this summer’s fling may be very complicated indeed. So let’s get the bad news out...

United-Continental Merger Would Create World’s Largest Airline

United-Continental Merger Would Create World’s Largest Airline May 3, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
United Airlines has been looking to take on another airline for years, and while its dance card had also included USAir, a deal has been announced that would merge Continental and United to create the world’s largest airline carrier. Industry analysts have noted that the deal would benefit two...

Flight Delays Demystified: The Inside Scoop from FlightCaster

Flight Delays Demystified: The Inside Scoop from FlightCaster April 29, 2010 | Travel Industry Perspective, Travel Tips | Read More
FlightCaster co-founder Evan Konwiser With flight delays and cancellations dominating the news in the aftermath of the Icelandic volcano eruption, we became curious about flight delays in general and how travelers can be smarter when planning travel to reduce delay-induced stress and inconvenience. ...

Tax Deductions from Business Travel

Tax Deductions from Business Travel April 2, 2010 | Budget | Read More
For tax purposes, employment and business expenses are equally applicable to employees and the self-employed. While most  job-related expenses incurred by employees are eventually reimbursed by their employer, any unreimbursed employee business expenses are still deductible after a reduction equaling...

Friday Siteseeing: Corpse Flowers, Not-So-Private Restrooms, Endangered Travel Traditions

Friday Siteseeing: Corpse Flowers, Not-So-Private Restrooms, Endangered Travel Traditions April 2, 2010 | Around the Web | Read More
I am proud to report no one here at NileGuide HQ was seriously duped by April Fool’s Day hijinks, though I have to admit I very nearly fell for Thrillist’s MeetingRoulette email (it’s an amazing idea! How has it not been invested in yet?). Otherwise, the world continued to turn, and...

It’s Not Such a ‘Clear-Cut’ Deal Anymore

It’s Not Such a ‘Clear-Cut’ Deal Anymore November 24, 2008 | Travel News | Read More
UPDATE 6/23/09: Looks like Clear members will have to rejoin the ranks of those waiting in line at airport security. The company shut down last night after its parent company, Verified Identity Pass, Inc. was unable to negotiate an agreement with its senior creditor to continue operations. At the present...
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