24 families being moved out of emergency accommodation at former Regency for ‘operational reasons’

a city street in front of a building: File photo of the former Regency Hotel - now the Bonnington Hotel - in 2011

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File photo of the former Regency Hotel – now the Bonnington Hotel – in 2011

OVER TWENTY HOMELESS families being accommodated in The Bonnington Hotel – formerly the Regency Hotel – are being moved as Dublin City Council is ending its use of the hotel for “operational reasons” at the end of the month. 

Private hotels and commercial providers in Dublin have been used regularly for homeless

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Club Med Sandpiper Bay Launches Workation Package For Remote Workers And Families

MIAMI, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Club Med Sandpiper Bay, Florida’s best all-inclusive family resort located between Miami and Orlando in Port St. Lucie, has launched their Workation by Club Med package catering to remote workers and their school-aged children seeking dedicated work spaces and amenities necessary for business and remote learning.

Once the work and school day is over, a fun-filled, all-inclusive vacation begins with unlimited land and

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Despite pandemic, resort travel resumes for some Georgia families

Burgoyne and her family stayed at the Buccaneer Resort in St. Croix from July 1-8. “The resort was uncrowded, and its extreme spaciousness made social distancing easy. Our room was away from the main buildings, in a narrow strand of rooms along the shore, so we never had to pass through a lobby or hallway close to other people,” said Burgoyne. “The one resort restaurant that was open was outdoors,

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Club Wyndham Offers 15-Night “Travel Bubbles” to Reunite Extended Families This Thanksgiving

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The travel experts at Club Wyndham, the nation’s largest vacation ownership club, are offering a simple way for extended families and friends to gather around a new table this Thanksgiving: travel bubbles, made possible with an extended stay package in an apartment-style suite. These 15-night getaways provide a way for extended families to celebrate together; but first, each immediate family will quarantine

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More And More Families Are Booking Long-Term Getaways To Work From Home, Learn Even More Remotely

CHICAGO (CBS) — Monday, Monday – can’t trust that day, as the old song goes.

You might already be dreaming of Friday, looking to get away for the weekend, or even wanting escape for the whole month.

More and more families are booking long-term stays outside their hometowns, places with strong wi-fi and spots to play. CBS 2’s Lauren Victory took us inside the growing list of options to learn

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“A part of me is missing”: COVID-19 travel bans continue to separate families and couples

When Mariam Diallo, an American citizen from Baltimore, found out she was pregnant in January, it was the happiest moment of her life. But she never imagined she would have to deliver her first child without her fiance by her side.

But when President Trump announced in mid-March he was suspending travel from most European countries to the United States in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus,

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Travelocity 2020 Holiday Travel Outlook: Most Families Aren’t Going Home this Holiday, but they Aren’t Staying Home Either

DALLAS, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The holiday season is typically one of the biggest travel moments of the year, but with COVID-19 still active in the U.S., a recent survey by Travelocity®  finds that almost 60% of Americans report they won’t be traveling to see friends and family this year and of those, nearly one-in-three said they won’t celebrate the holidays at all. However, that doesn’t mean they’re

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Most Families Aren’t Going Home this Holiday, but they Aren’t Staying Home Either

“It’s going to be a nontraditional holiday season this year, so families are gearing up to make the most of it by planning a holiday away from home and using their vacation days to travel,” says Katie Junod, General Manager at Travelocity. “Our survey found

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Judge orders DHS to stop holding illegal immigrant families in hotels

A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to stop using hotels to hold migrant children and families caught at the border during the coronavirus pandemic, ruling that the conditions aren’t good enough.

Judge Dolly M. Gee, an Obama appointee, said a decades-old agreement about how immigrant children who are in the country illegally are to be treated sets the standards, and the hotels don’t meet them.

“The court finds

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More Families Predicted to Road Trip for the Holidays

AUSTIN, Texas and AKRON, Ohio, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — RVshare, the first and largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace, predicts more people will be road tripping to visit relatives for the holidays this year. According to RVshare‘s Holiday Travel Sentiment survey, almost half of respondents (47%[1]) plan on traveling to visit family with more than two-thirds (68%) reporting they will be traveling by car or

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Virtual school allows families to combo vacation amid COVID-19


A high school junior shares a glimpse of what digital learning is like during the coronavirus pandemic.


NEW YORK — In RVs, rental homes and five-star resorts, families untethered by the constraints of physical classrooms for their kids have turned the new school year into an extended summer vacation, some lured by the ailing hotel industry catering to parents with remote learners through “roadschooling” amenities.

With the

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9 affordable hotel buyouts for families and groups quarantining together, all starting under $250 per room per night

Book Longman & Eagle: All six rooms from $1,042 per night ($173 per room per night)

There’s definitely room at this inn for your small group above this usually-lively downtown Chicago tavern. Just a hop and a skip from Logan Square, there’s an upscale bohemian ambience to the place, with local art hanging on the walls and exposed brickwork setting the scene.

The rooms emanate contemporary elegance, with clever design

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These 5 Families Are Sailing Around The World For The Ultimate Homeschooling Experience

When the pandemic hit the world, it was difficult to imagine there would be people actually stranded in the middle of nowhere without any options. While many superyachts were headed towards island escapes like the Maldives and the South Pacific, almost 100 families were on board their sailing vessels in the midst of circumnavigating the globe.

Several destinations have relaxed entries but with strict

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COVID-19 prompts families to reconsider trips


Here are 6 tips to know before you book your flight during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Like many families this year, the Rivers clan will throw out its normal holiday travel tradition to make sure the coronavirus doesn’t make an appearance at the Thanksgiving feast.

Gene Rivers of Tallahassee, Florida, says the normal routine of gathering the family at a ski resort northwest of Montreal for Thanksgiving and

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Coronavirus travel rules force tough decisions for military families separated by oceans, time zones – Pacific

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Air Force Master Sgt. Joshua Archambo, a flight chief for the 569th U.S. Forces Police Squadron in Kaiserslautern, Germany, has not seen his three children in more than a year, thanks

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Teach by the Beach Package at The Shores Resort & Spa Invites Families to Take Advantage of Freedom of Online School


3 “Strong Buy” Stocks That Are Flirting With a Bottom

In the investing game, it’s not only about what you buy; it’s about when you buy it. One of the most common pieces of advice thrown around the Street, “buy low” is touted as a tried-and-true tactic.Sure, the strategy seems simple. Stock prices naturally fluctuate on the basis of several factors like earnings results and the macro environment, amongst

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Why the ‘Thankful Pumpkin’ has caught on with families around the world

When author Amy Latta first came up with the idea of using a pumpkin as a place to write down things her family was grateful for seven years ago, she didn’t have a blog. She was just looking for a way to teach her son Noah, then 3, about Thanksgiving without getting “caught up in the craziness of the holidays.”

“At meals, we were playing the ‘thankful game,’ where we

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‘Schoolcations’ are the hottest new travel trend for families

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In the spring, the overnight transition from normal life to sheltering-at-home while online schooling was a hot mess for pretty much everyone involved. (You haven’t lived until you’ve watched a Zoom class for preschoolers who don’t remotely comprehend

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