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My 'LGBTQIAPK' Week at Sea with VACAYA
Hotels Play a Vital Role in Relief Efforts When Disaster Strikes
Live Your 'Wellest' This Fall in Greater Palm Springs

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Hotels Play a Vital Role in Relief Efforts When Disaster Strikes

My 'LGBTQIAPK' Week at Sea with VACAYA

Hotels are more than a place to stay while on vacation. They are also critical for destination disaster relief and recovery.

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Tour Operator Thomas Cook in Race to Avoid Bankruptcy

Tour Operator Thomas Cook in Race to Avoid Bankruptcy

Sep 20
Thomas Cook, one of the world's oldest and largest travel companies, is facing a race against time to stay afloat.

Carnaval des Couleurs Annonces Preliminary Lineup of Activities

Carnaval des Couleurs Annonces Preliminary Lineup of Activities

By EDGE | Sep 20
The second annual edition of the Carnaval des Couleurs will take pace Oct. 7 - 9. It's a great event that brings together the multi-ethnic and LGBTQ communities of Montreal at the Grande-Place of the Complexe Desjardins, with free access to everyone!

More Than 70 Percent of Beer Drinkers Have Gone on a 'Beercation'

More Than 70 Percent of Beer Drinkers Have Gone on a 'Beercation'

Sep 19
Beer and wine tourism is on the rise, as seven in 10 Americans have traveled to a destination specifically to sample the alcohol in the region.

Airline Customer-Service Agents Report Abusive Customers

Airline Customer-Service Agents Report Abusive Customers

By David Koenig | Sep 18
Airline customer-service agents say they often get verbal threats from passengers, and sometimes they turn into physical confrontations.

Secret Tricks to Hack Fall and Holiday Travel Deals

Secret Tricks to Hack Fall and Holiday Travel Deals

Sep 17
It's not too early to think about your holiday travel. Now is the time to save when booking flights.

Hotels Play a Vital Role in Relief Efforts When Disaster Strikes

Hotels Play a Vital Role in Relief Efforts When Disaster Strikes

Sep 16
Hotels are more than a place to stay while on vacation. They are also critical for destination disaster relief and recovery.

Discovering Palm Springs This Fall: Performances, Exhibitions, Dining, and Events

Discovering Palm Springs This Fall: Performances, Exhibitions, Dining, and Events

By Matthew Wexler | Sep 15
In addition to 360 days of sunshine per year, Palm Springs is also the epicenter for a long history of culture and architectural wonders. As the temperatures begin to temper this fall, there's no better time to explore Palm Springs' iconic offerings.

Killer Queens: Seattle's Art Drag Scene is Slaying It

Killer Queens: Seattle's Art Drag Scene is Slaying It

By Jill Gleeson | Sep 13
Seattle's drag scene reigns supreme. Writer Jill Gleeson investigates who's leading the pack, why the Emerald City is the epicenter for the next generation of drag divas, and how travelers can pack it all in.

A Writer Tracks Global Air Pollution on Worldwide Tour

A Writer Tracks Global Air Pollution on Worldwide Tour

By Warren Levinson | Sep 12
Beth Gardiner's world tour started with the diesel smell in her adopted hometown of London. It took her to Delhi, Beijing and Krakow, in Poland, as well as Berlin, Los Angeles and California's San Joaquin Valley. She was on an air pollution tour.

Live Your 'Wellest' This Fall in Greater Palm Springs

Live Your 'Wellest' This Fall in Greater Palm Springs

By Matthew Wexler | Sep 11
Greater Palm Springs has more than 300 days of sunshine per year, and come autumn when those desert temperatures begin to drop, there's no better time to create your own wellness retreat. Here's our essential guide to get you started.

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