American Adds New Routes to Europe for Summer 2019

American Airlines (AA) will add several new routes from the US to Europe for operation between June and September 2019. All of American’s new offerings will be serviced using Boeing 767 aircraft and will feature lie-flat business class seating. Among the new routes from the east coast are Philadelphia to Bologna, Philadelphia to Dubrovnik, and

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NYC Piers: Summer of Free Kayaking

New York’s summer months can be particularly punishing, but visitors can cool off a bit with free kayaking in the city’s rivers. Near midtown, Pier 96 offers kayaking on the Hudson Mondays through Wednesdays in the evening and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10AM – 6PM. Kayakers must know how to swim. Visit www.manhattancommunityboathouse.org for

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Agent Review: Hawaii

A group of FROSCH agents recently returned from a trip to Hawaii’s Big Island and Maui amidst the backdrop of the Kilauea Volcano eruptions. We flew directly into Kona International Airport, and throughout our stay on the Big Island, we did not see one sign of volcanic activity. After a smooth flight on Alaska Airlines,

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Carnival is Returning to San Diego

Carnival Cruise Line has taken a seven-year break from sailing out of the Port of San Diego, but beginning in December 2019, they’ll be back, with the Carnival Miracle sailing Mexican Riviera, Baja Mexico, and Hawaii itineraries through February 2020. Variety is the spice of life, and Carnival has taken this statement to heart in

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4 Great Eateries in Vancouver

Eating your way through Vancouver is a real treat. The slow food movement is a big deal, locally sourced food is ‘king’, and YOU get to indulge in it all. We have some dining spots we think you’ll enjoy on your next stay in Vancouver. Check it out! Hawksworth Restaurant Serving contemporary Canadian cuisine, Hawksworth

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SFO Renovation Plans

San Francisco Airport’s Terminal 1, Boarding Area B is getting a facelift — a delight for Bay Area residents and visitors alike. The plan, at a cost of $2.4 billion, is the largest ever for the airport but is much needed with the increase of passengers the airport has seen year after year. Boarding Area

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MSC Announces New Cruise Terminal at Port Miami

With Miami-Dade county, MSC Cruises recently announced extended preferential berthing rights and the plans for a new cruise terminal at Port Miami, which currently serves as the Italian-based cruise line’s only home port in the United States. The new Terminal AAA is expected to be completed in October of 2022 and will be large enough

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6 Great Music Spots in Austin

Each year, travelers flock to Austin for the Austin City Limits and South by Southwest Music Festivals, but you can see great bands anytime of year in Austin. Of course, Antone’s, the iconic Blue’s venue where Stevie Ray Vaughan got his start, is a famous spot. But, we have a few more we think you

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