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Ten Great U.S. Destinations For Foodies

As restaurant doors begin to reopen and we embrace the joys of eating out again, whet your appetite with ten great destinations throughout the states for your culinary checklist. Austin, Texas Austin’s Tex-Mex and Texan barbecue scenes are legendary (try Franklin Barbecue’s show-stopping brisket). Asian food is also hugely popular, and you’ll find numerous Korean, …

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Top 10 Cities To Visit This Summer For Things To Do Outdoors

As the temperatures begin to climb, here are some inspiring urban destinations where you can kick back and embrace the great outdoors. San Francisco, California Amidst the lakes, playgrounds and museums of vast Golden Gate Park, you’ll encounter resident American bison, plus a Japanese tea house and pagoda in manicured gardens. The Presidio offers 24 …

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Rental Car Shortage in the U.S. Causing High Prices for Travelers

If you’re planning a domestic road trip this summer in the U.S., you may want to think twice about renting a car. There is a massive rental-car shortage in the U.S., causing prices to skyrocket up to 700 USD a day in some popular destinations! What Caused The Rental Car Shortage? The rental car shortage is due …

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United Adds New Direct Flights to Three European Countries

United Airlines announced on Monday they are adding three new flight routes from the U.S. to Croatia, Greece, and Iceland as more countries reopen to vaccinated travelers.  The new flight routes give U.S. travelers more options for summer travel by flying direct to countries that are open to vaccinated visitors. It’s another sign that Europe …

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Las Vegas Plans to Open at 100% Capacity in June

The governor of Nevada, Steve Sisolak, announced in a press conference that he plans to have every Nevada county reopen to 100% capacity by June 1st. This includes Las Vegas, one of the most visited cities in all of the United States. Earlier this year, the state approved capacity limits to increase to 50% including …

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Hawaii Approves Plan For Vaccine Passport Program This Summer

The Governor of Hawaii has approved a vaccine passport program for inter-island travel that may begin as early as next month, expanding to out-of-state travelers by the summer. The vaccine passport for Hawai was first announced in February. While the program will not be up and running for all Americans by May as originally thought, …

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CDC Releases New Guidelines for Cruise Operations in the U.S.

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its next phase of its ‘Framework for Conditional Sailing Order’ on Friday, an important step to get cruise ships sailing in U.S. waters again. This is the second phase of the ‘Conditional Sailing Order’ (CSO), which was introduced at the end of October 2020 to …

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New York To End Mandatory Quarantine For Domestic Travelers in April

Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York, said Thursday that starting on April 1st, 2021, domestic travelers will no longer be required to quarantine after entering New York from another U.S. state or territory. New York was one of the first states in the U.S. to implement travel restrictions on domestic visitors last spring. It was …

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Top 5 Colorado Hotels For A Great Staycation This Spring

As the days get longer and warmer, traveling gets more and more enticing. More and more people are working forty-hour weeks entirely from their home offices. We’re all having to learn how to work and relax in the same space. Often it can start to feel like the workday never ends, and it’s making it …

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Top 5 U.S. Destinations Americans Will Be Headed For Spring Break

With spring break right around the corner, vaccine rollout speeding up and the number of Covid-19 cases steadily dropping in the US, many Americans will be looking to escape the cold winter lockdowns they’ve had to endure. For many, international travel may be off the cards as testing and travel restrictions around the globe may …

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CDC Announces New Shorter Quarantine Times For Travelers

The Center For Disease Control (CDC) has officially announced that quarantine times can be reduced safely without greatly impacting the community. This means travelers could face shorter quarantine times soon. The CDC made the recommendation that based on local circumstances, communities can choose to follow ‘alternative’ guidelines with shorter quarantines that are acceptable.  New Quarantine …

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How Travel Will Change Under Biden’s Presidency

President-Elect Joe Biden is scheduled to take office at the beginning of 2021. Infrastructure, Economic and Border Policies are some of the things you can expect for his administration to address when it comes to changes in travel. The U.S presidential race was contested earlier this month, and barring any chances of President Donald Trump’s …

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