Things To Know When Planning Fall 2020 Travel



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Things To Know When Planning Fall 2020 Travel

Knowing what to expect when traveling this fall can help your travels run safely and smoothly.

Planning business travel during the coronavirus pandemic is hard enough. With the winter months fast approaching, knowing what to look for may feel like an overwhelming task. If worried about traveling in the coming months, there are policies to be aware of before

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Travel Industry Updates For Fall 2020 Business Travel

Planning business travel during the coronavirus pandemic is hard enough. With the winter months fast approaching, knowing what to look for may feel like an overwhelming task. If worried about traveling in the coming months, there are policies to be aware of before booking any reservations. 

Some destinations are open, some require a quarantine, and some are closed for most people, depending on where they are traveling from. On top

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Free and cheap fall events in Denver and Colorado, October 2020

Camp Christmas 2019 was an immersive experience, produced by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, taking visitors through extravagant Christmas-themed installations filling the 10,000-square-foot Hangar at Stanley Marketplace. The 2020 event will be virtual.
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The return of Camp Christmas

Those who love everything and anything Christmas can unwrap an early present almost from their couch. Hanzon Studios, working with DCPA Off-Center,

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A Covid-19 surge in fall and winter could kill 2,900 Americans a day. Here’s why, and how you can turn the tide around



a man walking down the street: Two people wear protective face masks as they walk along a commercial street in the Gravesend section of the Brooklyn borough of New York, Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. The area has seen a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases, according to New York City health data. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo raised alarm Monday about the emergence of a handful of coronavirus hot spots in New York, saying just 10 ZIP codes represented more than a quarter of the state's new infections in recent testing. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)


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Two people wear protective face masks as they walk along a commercial street in the Gravesend section of the Brooklyn borough of New York, Monday, Sept. 28, 2020. The area has seen a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases, according to New York City health data. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo raised alarm Monday about the emergence of a handful of coronavirus hot spots in New York, saying
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Take Advantage of Fall with a Fun-Filled Road Trip to Abingdon, VA

Wanderlust is defined as a strong desire to travel, but here in Virginia, we call that feeling WanderLove. And while travel doesn’t look quite the same this year, you can still indulge your love of travel with an epic road trip to Abingdon, VA. This small mountain town is located in the southwestern corner of Virginia, just a few hours from the metro areas of Charlotte, Asheville and Knoxville, TN.

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7 Safe(r) Travel and Adventure Ideas for Fall 2020

The pandemic put a real damper on our spring and summer plans, and the reality is that we still need to continue taking necessary precautions as we venture into fall and winter. Luckily, there are certainly ways to venture outside of the house with minimal risk of catching or spreading coronavirus. The key is to wear your masks and to avoid crowded, enclosed spaces.

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Canada’s Landmarks Make for an Unforgettable Fall Road Trip



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The beauty of Canada’s landscape and natural wonders are world-famous. Not necessarily as famous, but definitely worth noting, are its smattering of giant landmarks. The array of some of the world’s largest statues show off Canada’s sense of

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United Airlines Cuts Flight Capacity. It’s a Bad Sign for Fall Air Travel.

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Demand for air travel is going from bad to slightly worse, according to

United Airlines Holdings,

which warned investors on Wednesday that its near-term outlook had deteriorated.

United (ticker: UAL) said in a filing that its scheduled flight capacity in the third quarter would be down 70% year over year, compared with the 65% decrease that it previously forecast. The airline expects passenger revenue

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London’s fall Dream Lottery launches with online home tours, 5 grand prizes

The fall edition of the Dream Lottery is launching with five grand prize options for the eventual winner to choose from.



a house with a grass field: The fully-furnished Dream home by Vranic Homes Inc., in Kilworth’s Edgewater Estates, is one of five options for the eventual grand prize winner.


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The fully-furnished Dream home by Vranic Homes Inc., in Kilworth’s Edgewater Estates, is one of five options for the eventual grand prize winner.

The popular lottery raises money for St. Joseph’s Health Care London, London Health Sciences Centre, and the Children’s Hospital at LHSC, which

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Couple Takes Fall Colors Road Trip As Wife Battles Alzheimer’s Disease

Certain areas of Northern Michigan are starting to see their peak in fall colors.

It is an absolutely beautiful time of year as the leaves change,  but for a couple visiting from North Dakota, their fall colors trip means so much more. 10 01 2020 Dementia Tour Pkg 6

“It’s really the most gorgeous time of the year,” said Mel Millsap.

Mel and Lisa Millsap have been married for more than 40 years.

In 2015, at just

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This small mountain town in New England is great for a fall escape

New Hampshire’s White Mountains are exploding with color right now, and one small mountain town in particular is perfect for a fall getaway, according to Fodor’s Travel.

Lisbon, N.H., landed on Fodor’s list of 10 small mountain towns to escape to this fall, which was released Tuesday. It was the only New England entry among the small mountain towns included nationwide.

“Traveling has become trickier, and traveling to places with

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Vermont fall foliage – Take this Northeast Kingdom leaf-peeping trip

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Editor’s note: This tour was originally published in 2018. It has been updated on Oct. 2 to reflect the many changes in business hours and operations since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Correspondent Clover Whitham reported and wrote the original version of this tour.

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Fall foliage is a treat for day-trippers in the Northeast Kingdom as autumn begins. (Photo: Free Press photo)

You can’t go wrong

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Deep Vellum will reissue ‘The Accommodation,’ a history of racial politics in Dallas, next fall

A 199-page book published in 1987 has again caught our eyes. The Accommodation: The Politics of Race in an American City, by journalist Jim Schutze, chronicles the history of race and racism in Dallas. Viewing the long-out-of-print text as vital reading to understand the city, some Dallas residents have shared the book among themselves digitally and in bootleg form for decades. Back in June, an unknown vigilante began tweeting it

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Travel Wisconsin: Fall Colors – WTMJ

As the leaves change and temperatures drop, the symphony of fall colors found across Wisconsin sets the perfect backdrop for road trip adventures. Remember to follow guidance from public health officials and call ahead to check if businesses hours have changed.

Cruise the Colors Giveaway

Our latest giveaway, Cruise the Colors, inspires travelers to get out and experience the beauty of Wisconsin’s natural areas while traveling the state’s gorgeous scenic

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Why Maine is the Perfect Road-Trip Destination for Fall

A SIGN in the window of an ice cream store in Bar Harbor, Maine, advises people to stand a moose apart. It must have helped. Maine has maintained some of the lowest Covid-19 numbers in the country. Stringent travel restrictions played a part too: In early April, the land of blueberry pies and L.L. Bean rolled up the welcome mat, mandating a two-week quarantine for all arrivals. The reins slightly … Read More

Fall Tire Safety Tips from Cooper Tire

FINDLAY, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Colorful leaves and dropping temperatures are a sign that fall is beginning, and Cooper Tire & Rubber Company encourages drivers to use the changing season as a reminder to check their tires and ensure they’re prepared for the potentially challenging road conditions that autumn weather brings. This time of year, drivers need to be aware of changing temperatures, increased rain and more debris on the roads.

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Easy Fall Day Trips from Major U.S. Cities

Kohler, Wisconsin

If the name of this town located about an hour’s drive north of Milwaukee sounds familiar, it’s because it may be the birthplace of your toilet, bathtub, or sink. Kohler started out as a company town incorporated in 1912, housing workers from the massive plumbing-fixture factory, but don’t let that put you off. The garden community was carefully laid out by the noted landscape architecture firm of the

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35 Exciting New Hotel Openings Around The World For Fall 2020

As fall approaches, there is a sliver of good news in the travel industry as many hotels continue their plans to open across the country and around the world. While it may seem like an inopportune time, costs to slow or stop construction altogether can be greater than those of moving forward (even if hotels

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Autumn road trip? Here’s where to see fall foliage in Texas

SAN ANTONIO – Prepare to grab your flannel and your camera, Texas is wide and there’s quite a lot of foliage to see this autumn. Pumpkin spice lattes are optional.

Hues of yellow, orange and red will soon begin to paint over the Hill Country and Texas state parks now that the fall season has officially arrived.

With some state parks expected to sell out early for day trips, it’s

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7 Fall 2020 Staycation Ideas At Home That You & Your SO Won’t Want To Leaf

Fall is officially here, but it’s feeling a little different this time around. Instead of planning a massive fall reunion trip with friends or traveling overseas with your SO, you’re searching for fall 2020 staycation ideas at home as a solid alternative. Even if you aren’t “traveling” anywhere, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a wanderlust-filled adventure with pumpkins, fall leaves, and crisp sweater weather galore.

Everything you love about

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