Holiday Travel: 8 Tips To Make Holiday Flights Less Stressful

The holidays are often associated with traveling to see loved ones or simply relax. Instead of making the most magical time of the year stressful, we want to help you master the art of flying during the holidays with these tips and tricks. Pay for Checked Bags in Advance Skip pulling out your credit card

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US State Dept. To Unveil New Travel Warning System In January 2018

The US State Department will move to a simpler, tiered system to relay important information on travel destinations as it applies to US Citizens. Currently, the State Department issues Travel Alerts (indicating short term risk from isolated incidents) and Travel Warnings (to advise of ongoing political issues or conflicts).  Very few travelers can remember which

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U By Uniworld Unveils First Ship, The B

U by Uniworld has recently debuted its first ship in Paris called The B. Passengers on the special preview of The B included top social media influencers with a combined reach of nearly 10 million followers, as well as lifestyle media representatives, travel agents, and contest winners. The launch of U by Uniworld is set

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Denver Allows Travelers To Practice Yoga On The Fly

Eat your heart out San Francisco! Denver has one-upped your yoga room, where travelers have a quiet place to perform their own self-guided practices, with Yoga on the Fly, the first airport-based private yoga studio. Yoga on the Fly’s first location opened on November 6 in Denver International Airport’s Concourse A and offers travelers guided

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Top 5 Holiday Markets in Europe

Holiday shopping doesn’t have to be an agonizing battle of chaotic department store crowds or a misadventure scouring the Internet for deals. Shopping at holiday markets during the holiday season in Europe is a great experience and a rite of passage for many travelers. Here are 5 of the best markets in Europe to find

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Amawaterways Brings North American Winemakers Along On Wine-Themed Itineraries

AmaWaterways, who host wine-themed river cruise sailings through Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Rhine Valley and other renowned winemaking regions, have added to their list of offerings for 2018. AmaWaterways will now offer more than 50 wine-themed itineraries, an increase of 16 sailings from 2016 and 33 more than in 2015. The river cruise line has always

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How the Rise of 360-degree Photography Is Changing the Future of Travel

Perhaps not surprisingly, 360-degree cameras are changing the landscape of how we record our travels.  Outfitted with multiple lenses to capture life in all directions, these cameras surpass the technology that made panoramic photos possible in previous generations’ cameras. At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a new wave of 360-degree cameras were

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The Perfect Selfie Is Here – Iphone X & You

There are numerous new features to enjoy on the iPhone X, but perhaps the most noteworthy update is the 7-megapixel front-facing camera that supports Portrait Mode. Apple’s Portrait Mode utilizes Face ID technology to bring the foreground subject to focus while blurring or neutralizing the background, mimicking the bokeh effect achievable with high-end DSLR cameras.

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SkyTeam Unveils Newly Opened Vancouver Lounge

SkyTeam members can now enjoy lounge access at Vancouver International Airport (YVR).  The new venue, located near Gate 53 of the International Terminal, just off the Duty Free shopping area, features two separate wings, both with floor-to-ceiling windows, showers, business areas, and TV rooms.  The lounge can accommodate 128 guests. A Noodle Bar, buffet, craft

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Silversea Now Offers High-End Tours

Beginning in 2018, Silversea Cruises will begin offering high-end land tours as pre- and post-cruise options. The line’s luxe “Couture Collection” will feature travel via Gulfstream jets in and out of Antarctica, private helicopter service in Mongolia, and vintage rail in India. January 2, 2018 will mark the first departure of this kind called the

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