TOKYO — Concerns that the Japanese government’s “Go To Travel” subsidy campaign that aims to spur domestic tourism could cause public confusion arose after major hotel booking
When the coronavirus pandemic shut down bars and concert halls in March, a new phenomenon was born: the vacation-rental nightclub.
Professional party promoters started scanning Airbnb, Vrbo and other short-term rental sites for mansions and luxury condos for hire. Tickets were going for $90 on Eventbrite and TikTok for soirees with bottle service and DJs.
“People were looking to escape from their own homes and came into our tiny neighborhood
Let’s first acknowledge that if you don’t have to travel right now, you should definitely stay home. But if you absolutely must travel, it’s important to have up-to-date information about what’s going on with COVID-19 at your planned destination.
This can be confusing, as the pandemic situation and related travel restrictions seem to change almost day to day—but there are tools out there
- A US federal judge ruled on Friday preventing Texas Gov. Greg Abbott from reducing the number of mail-in ballot drop-off sites to one site per country, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
- Abbott’s order would have required people to travel for miles just to reach one ballot drop-off location, which Democrats saw as voter suppression.
- US District Judge Robert Pitman wrote that Abbott’s order would have created for elderly and disabled
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- Private vacation rentals are proving especially popular with those seeking a safer, more socially distanced vacation.
- As a result, inventory on Airbnb might feel quite limited, especially when booking last minute or at popular times.
- There are many other vacation rental services, but if you’re not used to booking vacation homes, there are
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In this Houston Field Trip series, find places to go and get the resources to study before your trip!
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Are you afraid of the dark? You might be after staying the night in these Upstate New York inns recently named on the 2020 list of Best Haunted Hotels in America.
The list run by 10Best.com is affiliated with USA Today. USA Today readers picked the Top 10 in an online poll. Both Upstate NY hotels are back open after the state shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.