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Is It Worth Saving A Few Dollars On A Cheap Car Rental?

Is It Worth Saving A Few Dollars On A Cheap Car Rental? April 25, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Gone are the days of popping into the well-known car rental shops and hiring a car. Nowadays it’s common practice to hop onto a rental price-comparison website and book the cheapest option available. As reported by The Daily Mail, this is risky business. Holiday Autos, a car rental website, released...

Ski Injuries Caused By Alcohol May Not Be Covered By Insurance, Britons Warned

Ski Injuries Caused By Alcohol May Not Be Covered By Insurance, Britons Warned December 15, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Imagine shushing your way down the slopes only to get pulled over by a cop and breathalyzed. Apparently, this happens. In Colorado, you can get fined up to $1000 for skiing while under the influence of alcohol. I read about this in an article in The Telegraph. They want to get the word out to Britons...

Don’t Cancel Your Trip Yet: Greek Government Promises To Cover Extra Costs

Don’t Cancel Your Trip Yet: Greek Government Promises To Cover Extra Costs June 25, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
According to The Telegraph, tourism makes up 1/5 of Greece’s GDP and bookings there have fallen 10% over the past year. Sadly tourism projections through 2010 continue to look grim for the Greeks…and it’s really no surprise. Travelers have a lot to worry about if they’re booking...

Europe a “Hot Ticket” This Summer. Really?

Europe a “Hot Ticket” This Summer. Really? May 21, 2010 | Europe | Read More
The results are in for yet another TripAdvisor survey: the travel website has dubbed Europe a “hot ticket for US travelers in 2010.” Among airline strikes, apocalyptic ash clouds, and economic turmoil in Greece, Portugal, and Spain (among others), it seems TripAdvisor might be a little out of touch....

Pain In The Ash: Flights Resume But Costs, Concerns Remain

Pain In The Ash: Flights Resume But Costs, Concerns Remain April 22, 2010 | Travel News, UK | Read More
First the good news: after a six-day shutdown, airports across Europe began reopening Wednesday, and the airspace over most of the United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Ireland, Sweden and Germany was open again.  Some of the bad news: there’s still a six-day backlog to deal with, the economic...
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