June 15, 2024 4:58 PM

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Five Ways How to Score Cheap Flights Every Year

With endless search engines and continually fluctuating prices, the approach to frugal flight booking is overwhelming. Here’s some key tips that will save you time, frustration and most importantly money when booking your next flight.

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Ultimate Vacation Goals: Europe Tops Millenials #NoFOMO Travel Destinations

Millenials are the largest generations to date. They are adventurous, career-oriented, plugged-in and have grown totally surrounded by high-tech gadgets, social networks and the Internet.

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DOT Favors American Airlines More Than Delta Airlines On U.S.-China Route Flights

The Department of Transportation tentatively decided for American Airlines to take the route of Los Angeles to Beijing routes rather than Delta Airlines.

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Good News Travelers! WOW Air, Iceland’s Most Affordable Airlines, Added New Destination In The U.S.

The airline will begin its operation from Pittsburgh on June 16, 2017 having four weekly flights to its hub near Reykjavik. It offers connections via Reykjavik to other European routes including Milan, Paris, London and Amsterdam.

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How To Stay Fit While Traveling

A heads up on the calorie count of the different well-known food around the world may help one be aware of the potential risks taken as one indulge in such food. One can continue staying fit while travelling with these fitness tips and the other health tips available.

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The Atrium, Hudson Group’s Newest Luxury Retail Concept At The Pallazo Las Vegas

The Atrium at The Palazzo, a one-of-a kind 16,000-square foot multivendor retail concept, marks the first time Hudson Group has expanded its portfolio to include luxury hotel retail in North America. Brands such as MAC, Tom Ford, Burberry, Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Tumi will be among some of the high-end brands featured.

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Syrian Tourism Video Attracts Tourists With Game Of Thrones Tune

The clip that lasts for one-minute was posted by the Syrian Ministry of Tourism on their Facebook page highlighting the other side of the war-torn city. Interestingly, they opt for a mainstream theme song to go with it, which is the opening music from the "Game of Thrones" series, according to Time.

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Children Hurt Cannon Explosion: Three Utah Children Hospitalized After Orem Summerfest Parade Cannon Explodes

Children hurt cannon explosion occurred as a supposed Civil War re-enactment on Saturday turned into almost the real thing. The 10-year-old children hurt cannon explosion were reportedly rushed to the hospital as some were also engulfed in flames after the cannon malfunctioned at the Orem Summerfest parade.

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Lake Whitney House Fire: $700,000 Texas Cliff Mansion Set On Fire By Owners

Lake Whitney house fire oddly took place as Texas homeowners set their own $700,000 mansion on fire. The owners who set the Lake Whitney house fire and reportedly decided it themselves as their house was teetering and crumbling over the edge of a Lake Whitney cliff for weeks.

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Montana Texting While Driving: Montana Remaining State To Ban Texting On The Road

Montana texting while driving is now making headlines as the state is the only one in the U.S. allowing the act of texting while driving. Even as a new law took effect in South Carolina during the week banning the act, Montana texting while driving is still legal.

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