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10 Things Travelers Should Know About the Coronavirus

You likely can’t get through your day right now without discussing the coronavirus at some point. And with good reason. Originating in Wuhan, China, there have been over 90,000 cases and over 3,000 deaths across the globe. The global stock markets are seeing a decline as travel slows, and people are hesitating to move forward with their vacation plans. However, there are...
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Canada/USA Border to Remain Closed Until October 21

Non-essential travelers will have to wait a little bit longer to make a run to the States from Canada, and vice-versa. The two governments agreed to keep their border with each other, the longest peaceful border in the world, closed. The closure will remain in place until October 21 at the earliest, but it's unclear whether an opening will occur after this point. One of Canada's...
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Delta Has Lost $5.4 Billion Due to Coronavirus

After releasing numbers this week, we've now learned about the giant losses Delta Air Lines has seen since the COVID-19 pandemic began to affect the USA back in March. In fact, the $5.4 billion reported loss is actually only from the quarter extending from July 1 to September 30, so the losses on a whole are even bigger. This, in contrast to last year, when the company made...
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5 Incredible Reasons to Visit the South Bay

The South Bay is a hidden treasure within Los Angeles County, California, known for its picturesque beaches and laid-back beach vibe. If you are visiting Los Angeles, then the South Bay should be on your must-see list so you too can experience the cute coastal beach towns and all they have to offer. Here's a guide to visiting, including what to eat, what to see, and what to do...
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A Weekend Exploring Lopez Island, The Friendly Island

Lopez Island is the third-largest San Juan island in the Pacific Northwest. It's an archipelago renowned for its stunning coastal landscapes and laid-back, friendly "slow-pez" lifestyle. Due to its small size of almost 30 square miles, visitors can become immersed in all the island has to offer over a weekend. Expect a slower pace of life and plentiful outdoor activities...

5 Christmas Markets Reopening to Travelers This Year

Christmas is just around the corner! After over a year and a half of restricted travel and limited holiday celebrations, people are ready to get back to normal. And, nothing quite says it’s the Christmas holidays like visiting a Christmas market. You get to walk around crowds of smiling people with Christmas music playing in the background and the smell of fresh...
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11 Bars You’re Guaranteed to Have Fun at In Toronto

Growing up in Toronto has been a lot of fun. Others have said it before, and I agree -  Toronto is one of the best cities for nightlife in the world. Obviously, you don’t want to party every night, so if you’re looking for a chill night with some drinks and friends, Toronto has some great options. These are the 11 best bars in Toronto, hands-down. First, let's take a look...
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5 Places to Visit on Your Vacation to Greece

Whether you're traveling for history, culture, or just to get a good suntan, Greece is an attractive option. The beaches, the sites, the food, and the scenery are all amazing reasons to visit Greece. It's a vacation destination where you don't have to make any sacrifices. Here are 5 locations to visit on your vacation to Greece, and what to do when you visit these amazing...
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Temperature Checkpoints at Airports Could Become the Norm, But Are They Effective?

Last week, Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the major U.S. airlines called upon the TSA to perform temperature checks at all US airports. The airlines represented by A4A include names such as American, Delta, Hawaiian, Jet Blue, United, Southwest, and Alaska. Temperature checks are one of several public health measures recommended by the CDC amid...
american holiday travel survey

New Survey Indicates Most Americans Aren’t Going Home for the Holidays

We got our hands on a really great survey this week that we think will open your eyes to how Americans plan on traveling for the remainder of 2020. While the coronavirus has knocked down international travel and significantly impacted everyone's way of life, it hasn't completely stopped US travelers from short, closer to home kinds of getaways. That being said holiday travel is way down...
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