The city of West Palm Beach and its community redevelopment agency are creating a new African American cultural tourism destination, but it hasn't come without obstacles.
The country music legend died Tuesday at her home, which has become a popular tourist destination for her fans
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For the first time since September 27, Southwest Florida International Airport is set to reopen. Here's what you need to know before you fly.
Chicago again scores Condé Nast Traveler's best big city, while South Carolina's Charleston takes back its small city top ranking from Aspen.
It's been a tough time for the airline industry lately. It recently made a change where its Rapid Rewards Members can now achieve A-List or A-List Preferred tier status much quicker, which will make it easier to accumulate points that can be used for such perks as priority boarding and the ability to make a same day change with no difference in base fare. The company also introduced a feature that lets customers change their boarding group for an added fee starting at $30, either online or via the Southwest app, within 24 hours of departure.
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From fully reclining seats to slipping off shoes, a survey shows what Americans find to be their fellow travelers' most annoying habits.
It likely depends on your pre-existing conditions and the nature of your trip. Here's some ways to approach international travel, and what the guidelines say
- Robb Report
1111 Atwater occupies the top eight floors of a 38-story tower steps away from the city's most interesting attractions.
Passenger 'Stranded' for 5 Hours After Airline Forgot to Load Wheelchair on Plane: 'This is Not a Lost Bag'
“This is not a lost bag. This is my mobility. These are like my legs," passenger Xavi Santiago said in a statement to Insider
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Mexico is a big draw for U.S. tourists, but cartel-fueled violence can give some travelers pause. Here's a rundown on the safety of popular places.
The rich and famous undoubtedly have every amenity in their mega-mansions. Pools, luxury fixtures and over-the-top finishes, gyms, salons, ballrooms, theaters, ample room for guests and staff -- and...
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It seems many are struggling after learning that Airbnb denies refunds for those left displaced by Hurricane Ian in Florida.
The cruise operator said Friday that bookings for the fourth quarter are below historical levels, while prices are lower than they were in 2019.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday it had ended its COVID-19 country travel health notices as fewer countries reported enough data for accurate assessments. In April, CDC dropped its "Do Not Travel" COVID-19 recommendations for about 90 international destinations, saying it would its reserve Level 4 travel health notices "for special circumstances." CDC said on Monday "as fewer countries are testing or reporting COVID-19 cases, CDC’s ability to accurately assess the COVID-19 (travel health notice) levels for most destinations that American travelers visit is limited."
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Wall Street remained in a bullish mood, building a two-day winning streak as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI), S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC), and Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) rose by around 3%. Yet among the cruise operators, there's really only one that has the best chance ever to get back to its previous record highs.
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The State Department issued 81 new Travel Advisories, noting an increase in terrorism and crime.
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These Floridians dedicated years to building their dream homes in Port Charlotte and Key West. Now, one family's roof was ripped off "like a zipper" as another is "starting from zero."
While Airbnb guest resentment has bubbled up on social media this year, another group is equally or more frustrated: the hosts themselves.
Norwegian drops COVID-19 testing, vaccination and masking. MarketWatch asks health experts, ‘Would you take a cruise?’
'A lot of passengers on cruises fall into high-risk groups, and medical care and evacuation are challenging,' said the University of Utah's Andrew Pavia.
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The airline says it will work with previously ticketed customers.
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One was named the nation’s No. 1 hidden gem.