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How to See the World in Your 20s Without Racking Up Debt

Paris Rediscovered

By Claire Tsosie, NerdWallet |
It's a dilemma many 20-somethings face: You badly want to travel the world. But if your bank account could talk, it would say, "Are you kidding?"

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Virgin Holidays Announces First-Ever Pride Flight

Virgin Holidays Announces First-Ever Pride Flight

Oct 15
Together with Virgin Atlantic, the airline is staging the UK's first-ever Pride Flight from London to NYC in June 2019 to celebrate World Pride, including special host Tituss Burgess and other glittering guests.

Hawaii Hotel Worker Strike Could Go Into 2019

Hawaii Hotel Worker Strike Could Go Into 2019

Oct 15
Officials are worried a strike involving about 2,700 Marriott hotel workers in Hawaii could continue into next year.

New Technology, Housekeeping Among Concerns in Hotel Strikes
Hudson Valley, NY

New Technology, Housekeeping Among Concerns in Hotel Strikes

By Philip Marcelo | Oct 15
The hotel of the not-so-distant future sounds like something out of a sci-fi novel, but it's drawing real world anxiety for some of the thousands of Marriott hotel workers on strike across the U.S. this month.

Have 19 Hours? World's Longest Flight Takes Off

Have 19 Hours? World's Longest Flight Takes Off

By Annabelle Liang | Oct 12
The world's longest direct commercial flight is back and taking travelers from Singapore to the New York region.

Safety Officials Want Faster Reporting of Aviation Incidents

Safety Officials Want Faster Reporting of Aviation Incidents

By David Koenig | Oct 12
Safety officials say a near collision of airliners in San Francisco last year was a few feet from becoming the worst crash in aviation history and underscores the need for faster reporting of dangerous incidents before evidence is lost.

Dubai Airport Begins Using Biometric Tech at Security

Dubai Airport Begins Using Biometric Tech at Security

Oct 12
Passport control looks a little different in Dubai International Airport — the world's busiest for international travel.

New Tokyo Fish Market Starts Traditionally with Tuna Auction

New Tokyo Fish Market Starts Traditionally with Tuna Auction

By Yuri Kageyama | Oct 11
Tokyo's famous fish market reopened Thursday at a new location but retained its most famous tradition: the tuna auction.

Storytelling Dinner Series Premieres at Velas Resorts

Storytelling Dinner Series Premieres at Velas Resorts

Oct 11
To connect guests with local Mexican tradition and culture, Velas Resorts in Los Cabos, Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta are now offering storytelling dinners.

How to See the World in Your 20s Without Racking Up Debt

How to See the World in Your 20s Without Racking Up Debt

By Claire Tsosie, NerdWallet | Oct 11
It's a dilemma many 20-somethings face: You badly want to travel the world. But if your bank account could talk, it would say, "Are you kidding?"

Bogota Implores Tourists to Stop Feeding Pigeons

Bogota Implores Tourists to Stop Feeding Pigeons

By Manuel Rueda | Oct 10
Bogota's government is trying to fight pigeon overpopulation through educational campaigns that urge people not to feed them.

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