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A Guide To The Finger Lakes, New York’s All Season Retreat

The Finger Lakes are a group of 11 lakes in upstate New York. The lakes received their name from their unusual shape, which look like outstretch fingers. This region has so much to offer visitors year round. The Finger Lakes region is full of rich American history and culture. Read on to plan your next …

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British Airways First Carbon Neutral Flight A Success

British Airways has flown what it has labeled a “perfect flight” as the airline made the first carbon-neutral flight in its storied history in the past week. The British flag-carrying airline has made the most of an otherwise quiet year, with the flight representing a major step towards achieving its long term goals of being …

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Indonesia Plans Reopening of Bali For Tourism In October

After 18 months of closure, Indonesia is finally considering reopening to international tourists from certain countries in October in a bid to revive its battered travel and tourism industry. Most likely, Indonesia will reopen Bali — the nation’s primary international tourism destination — in October. Reports suggest Indonesia may reopen other parts of the country …

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Australia And New Zealand Travel Bubble Suspended Again

The travel bubble that allowed for restriction-free travel between Australia and New Zealand has been suspended once more, following a rise in cases of Covid-19 in both of the countries involved. Despite there being some periods of restriction-free travel between the two neighbouring countries courtesy of the travel bubble, it has also been blighted by …

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U.S. Sees New Scandinavian Flights Courtesy Of Finnair

The United States is set to see the number of routes it has with Scandinavia increase, courtesy of additional routes added by Finland’s flag-carrying airline Finnair. The move will see several airports across the US gain additional routes to two key Scandinavian cities in two countries, giving American travelers more options for their vacations as …

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A Foodie’s Guide To Visiting New Orleans

New Orleans is a vibrant city with an iconic and diverse food culture. The culinary influences here include French, Spanish, African, German,  and of course -the outstanding Cajun fare. The Crescent City has so much to offer with fabulous cuisine. The biggest challenge foodie travelers have is managing to sample it all. Read on to plan that …

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Britain Eases Restrictions For Vaccinated Travels

Traveling to England just got a little easier. In an attempt to boost the tourism industry for the upcoming months, officials in London laid out a plan today that will ease Covid restrictions for international arrivals, according to Reuters. The changes for these travel rules are set to be in place starting October 4th. Britain’s …

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World’s Largest Cruise Ship To Make Its Debut Next Year

A ship that’s set to become the world’s largest-ever cruise ship is set to make its debut early next year. The ship – Wonder of the Seas – belongs to the cruise industry giants Royal Caribbean, and will overtake another Royal Caribbean ship Symphony of the Seas as the world’s largest when it first sets …

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Chile Reopening For International Tourism October 1

Chile has been closed to international tourism since April 2021 after a second wave of Covid-19 hit the country. But after a successful vaccination campaign, the country has announced it will be reopening to international tourism once again on October 1st. This post will look at the new entry requirements for Chile and the current …

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Southwest Airlines Launches New Routes Coming in 2022

Southwest Airlines announced that the airline will add new routes to their flight schedule beginning in early 2022. The airline is expanding their routes and service for popular leisure and business destinations both domestic and international. The new routes include new flights in the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America.  Southwest Airlines Launches New …

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Netherlands Eases Entry Requirements For Vaccinated U.S. & UK Travelers

Travel restrictions for the EU and countries in the bloc seem to be ever-changing these days. It was announced by officials in the Netherlands this week that the recently installed 10-day quarantine requirement for international visitors from “high risk” countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States will be removed. Starting September 22nd, …

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The U.S. Plans ‘New System’ For International Travel

The White House has announced it will plan a new system for international travel that will include contact tracing. The United States has been closed to much of the world — including European citizens — since March 2020. The EU has asked the United States to remove restrictions on non-essential travel into the U.S, but it …

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