April 13, 2024 8:23 AM

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Travel Tuesday Offers Exciting Deals but Beware of Potential Scams

Travel Tuesday Offers Exciting Deals but Beware of Potential Scams

Travel Tuesday offers big discounts on travel, but beware of scams. Fake deals on flights, hotels, and rideshares are common. Experts advise booking directly and checking for legitimacy to avoid losing money.

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Lake-Effect Snow Brings Heavy Snowfall and Travel Warnings Near Great Lakes, New York

Heavy lake-effect snow hits the Great Lakes region and New York, causing travel issues and whiteout conditions. Areas near Buffalo experience intense snowfall, with a warmer weather pattern expected to arrive by Thursday.

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Public Transport in the UK: Enhanced Services and Schedule Changes for Christmas Holidays

Public Transport in the UK: Enhanced Services and Schedule Changes for Christmas Holidays

Millions in Britain will see improved public transport with more trips available this Christmas, despite some disruptions and earlier service endings on Christmas Eve.

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Trump Celebrates First Easter Egg Roll As US President

With less than 100 days in leadership, US President Donald Trump celebrates his first Easter Egg Roll in the White House.

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These Are The Best U.S. Cities for Runners

Madison City ranks first in the study conducted by Smart Asset after finding that the metropolis has 59 gyms overall, holds about 88 races, and where pedestrians feel safe at the sidewalks. Most people here even just walk their way to work.

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Eco-Conscious Tourists Increase; Hotels Promote 'Green' Trend

Come 2017, tourists from all over the world have begun to be environmentally conscious. Travelers became smarter when choosing the best hotels and destinations for their trip.

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The Evolved Traveler Launches New Carbon Offset Program And Earth Day Trip Sweepstakes In Partnership With Carbonfund.Org

The Evolved Traveler in partnership with Carbonfund.org launches an ecotourism sweepstake for two people to experience and know what carbon footprint offset.

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Retirement Plans: Five Cities For Active Retirees

Retiring is not all about rocking a chair. It can also mean that seniors can stretch their muscles and whip up a good time in the great outdoors. Here are five cities where active retirees can look forward to.

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The Best And Worst Airlines In The U.S. For 2017 Revealed: WalletHub Study

WalletHub released its study of the Best And Worst Airlines in America for 2017. Ten major airlines and two regional carriers were compared against 13 categories.

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Air India Gains Sales On Tickets To US After Electronics Ban

The negative effect of the US ban on electronic from flights coming from the Middle East has caused fortune on the sales of Air India with 100 percent soar on ticket sales in the last week of March.

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Parents Taking Children Out Of School For Holidays Without Permission Will Be Prosecuted

Parents can be fined of up to £2,500 or be taken in custody for three months if they failed to ask permission from the school to take their children on a holiday.

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UAE Airlines Impose New Security Measures For Explosives

Weeks after the US and UK administrations implemented a stricter security measures on flights, UAE airlines will now impose a comprehensive explosive screening on flights bound to Australia.

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UK Travel Company Stops Promoting Zoos On Tours

The Brighton-based travel company will no longer sell tours that include trips to zoos.

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How Disney Inspires People To Travel

Disney movies are inviting people to travel the world to experience the magic for themselves.

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What's Brewing At The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

On its 48th year, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival will once again take center stage to celebrate music, food, arts and history of Louisiana.

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