Category Archives: Travel

When I decided to travel to Mexico in the middle of the pandemic for more than a month, I didn’t have many supporters among my friends and family, with fair…

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How’s this for an October surprise? Despite a significant rise in COVID-19 cases in many parts of the country, it appears that more people are flying on commercial jetliners than…

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With international leisure travel pretty much at a standstill, Iceland is using its pandemic downtime to make some major upgrades to its tourist infrastructure. The Icelandic government is putting more…

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With the wildfires still raging in Oregon right now, we here at Food & Wine debated whether it was really the right time to run a story (which appears in…

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These days, the idea of packing your bags and retiring to an exotic location might sound tempting. While coronavirus restrictions have put a damper on travel, people are certainly planning,…

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Whether they’re arranging $300,000 private dinners with celebrity chefs or pop-up luxury campsites in the steppes of the northern Sahara, luxury travel agents and concierge services manage to make the…

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On all fronts there is a great deal of uncertainty around the coming autumn and it looks as if international travel is still a long way off for many of…

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With vintage decor, classic ’70s games, and retro minibars stocked with old-school snacks and plenty of beer, the Miller Timeshare will give a few lucky visitors the grooviest end-of-summer vacation…

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The skyscrapers are mostly empty, the tourists are home and talk of New York’s decay is back. For the city’s real-estate barons, it’s time to put an end to it.…

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Despite the COVID-19 pan­demic, families are still finding ways to make the most of un­usual schedules to plan a get­away. With more flexible work and school arrangements, many families are…

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Amtrak is calling all adventurers looking to enjoy a — socially distanced — getaway while saving some money.When booking a trip this week, train travel enthusiasts can bring a guest…

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On July 11, Disney World reopened with new safety guidelines in place. The parks are operating at limited capacity, barriers are set up to enforce social distancing, and masks are…

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As restaurants and bars across the US try to reconcile with a new contactless reality, Italy has already found a nifty solution. The boot-shaped country has revived a storied tradition…

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After many years of being looked down on, motels are getting new respect in the era of social distancing. Guests at open-corridor inns may come and go without passing through…

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Had this been a normal year, we would all be donning our mustache wax, blue blazers and straw boater hats and driving the Duesenberg up to Monterey for the big…

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As coronavirus caused working professionals to start working remotely, hotels around the country have implemented day packages where workers can set up shop from a room. Read the entire article:…

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., July 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Despite COVID-19 travel restrictions and uncertainty, US residents are still taking vacations. Travel insurance comparison site, Squaremouth.com, reports more US travelers than ever…

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Now begins the grand effort, on display in thousands of articles and news broadcasts daily, somehow to normalize the lockdown and all its destruction of the last two months. We…

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In some countries where Covid-19 cases are receding, governments are attempting to entice travelers to help save battered tourism industries with offers of discounted flights, vouchers for local attractions and…

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We’ve come a long way from the March day when New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened to sue Rhode Island over restrictions on travelers from his pandemic-hotspot state. Now, questions…

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