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Here are 6 tips to know before you book your flight during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BRUSSELS – European Union countries are getting ready to adopt a common traffic light system to coordinate traveling across the 27-nation bloc, but a return to full freedom of movement in the
For area wine lovers, Broken Creek Vineyard & Winery in Shrewsbury is a hidden gem — the perfect destination for visitors to experience something unique.
Eric and Peggy Preusse bought the property in 2010 and established the 40-acre vineyard and boutique winery in 2015, adding an addition and expanding the winery in 2017.
Luckily for wine drinkers, this small winery has continued in business in a world turned upside down
TORONTO, Oct. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A recent survey commissioned by Sunwing has shown that a growing number of Canadians are ready to go on vacation. With colder days approaching and winter blues soon setting in, Canadians are dreaming of sunnier skies and warmer weather, with many set to make a safe and responsible return to the tropics. With Sunwing’s flight service resuming on November 6, 2020, travellers will
The iconic Sloppy Joe’s Bar in Key West, Florida that Ernest Hemingway frequented in the 1930s reopened on Thursday. The bar was closed for six months due to COVID-19. (Sept. 17)
Every state has bars that locals claim to have been around forever. But which one has been around the longest?
Taverns and bars opened in America as soon as the first settlers arrived on the continent.
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent shutdowns, quarantines and other travel barricades have devastated the travel industry. Yet leisure travel is starting a comeback, according to Tripadvisor, which calls itself the world’s largest travel platform.
The company says “tourism markets continue their path to recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent Tripadvisor
The consumer cyclical sector has continued to rebound as more nonessential businesses reopen, building on the trends we saw in the second quarter. More specifically, the sector outperformed the market in the quarter through Sept. 23, returning 15.2% compared with the market’s 5.1%.
Consumer cyclical has overperformed the broader market. – source: Morningstar
Despite these recent gains and our view that the sector is fairly valued, we still believe there
There has been a dramatic shift in consumer desire to get back on the road over the past few weeks, and advisors are key to providing the expertise that will give travelers the confidence needed to guide the industry to recovery.
Those were the key and oft-repeated messages over the past two weeks from Apple Leisure Group (ALG) executives, both at their virtual Ascend Summit and again in online briefings
The 2021 Subaru Ascent is the largest SUV Subaru has ever built, a family adventure-mobile that’s spacious, well-equipped, and — thanks to AWD — ready for anything. For its size and features, it’s also incredibly affordable.
During our test-drive of the Ascent, we drove it onto a beach. Which meant, naturally, we tried to get the Ascent stuck. We drove like jerks,
Before COVID-19, travel was a luxury. The one downside, however, was packing. Many people travel with several bags, which can make their journey stressful and difficult. One local woman seeks to make traveling a one-bag journey with her new business, Modern Lifestyle Luggage.
Modern Lifestyle Luggage is the brainchild of Cece Ketcham. It’s the first hybrid, multi-functional travel bag and luggage company in the Chippewa Valley.
It may not officially be autumn yet, but with our calendars now turned to September, our thoughts are turning toward color tours and cozy getaways to revel in Michigan’s stunning fall scenery.
If, like us, you’ve got fall travel on your mind, now’s the time to make a plan. Vacation rentals are already filling up in hot spots around the state, with those few precious weekends in September and
Moving to the U.S. from Portugal with her parents as a 2-year-old and growing up in Elizabeth, Cristina Candelino, owner of Prestige Travel in Atlantic Highlands, always enjoyed traveling.
Emma Bateman Frasure, 70, took several road trips this summer, doing some things she had never done before: Packing a safety and cleaning kit, and calling ahead to shows and attractions to confirm they were open and to make sure they hadn’t altered their hours.
This is just an example of the way in which the COVID-19 pandemic has changed how many people travel.
Frasure first drove about eight hours
While much of the world remains closed to Americans, luxury adventure tour operators are slowly resuming travel to some of the more far-flung locales that have reopened to international travel.
African destination specialists Extraordinary Journeys, in partnership with safari company Great Plains, this week announced a November trip to Kenya that it said was designed to jump-start safe, private, luxury travel back to the African continent.
Masterchef Gordon Ramsay is taking on yet another challenge with a new upcoming show. Already busy with his bevy of restaurants, reality shows on Fox Network and National Geographic, and a full home life with his wife and five kids, the Hell’s Kitchen star is preparing to span the globe and is enlisting some lucky travelers to join him.
‘Masterchef’ is adding to
Everything’s scrubbed clean at Tahoe Whitewater Tours in Truckee, Calif. The life vests and helmets are sprayed and soaked in a solution and dried in the sun. The clipboards used to sign liability waivers have been doused with disinfectant. Even the pens are sanitized between uses.
Adventure travel is changing in big and small ways. Why? “We want to