The Impact Of The Coronavirus

Travel and tourism are responsible for 319 million jobs worldwide, or about 1 of every 10 jobs, according to the World Travel and Tourism Council, a branch of the United Nations. The hit to the travel industry has the potential to become a major drag on the global economy if the coronavirus continues to spread […]

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What’s New With Walt Disney World

We all know the much awaited Star Wars land is opening but there is so much than that to look forward too… Inspired by Walt and Lillian Disney’s travels throughout Europe, Walt Disney World’s Riviera Resort opens in December. Adventures by Disney is expanding European river cruises, including introducing voyages along the Rhone River. Joining the new […]

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How to Have a Stress-Free Flight with Kids

By Rachael Funk Having kids doesn’t mean your exhilarating days of world travel are over. In fact, a 2016 report from the TMS Family Travel Summit found that millennials with children are traveling internationally more than any other demographic group – and usually on adventure trips! If you are headed abroad with young children, here […]

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What’s New In The Florida Cruise World

Have you heard the latest news around the Florida ports? There are so many new things happening around here, from brand-new gleaming terminals to new cruise ships! Let’s check out some of the latest updates that are coming….. New cruise terminals are the flavor of the month here in Florida. The Port of Maimi, for […]

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The Caribbean Islands Are Copping With The Hurricanes

  Don’t count the Caribbean out for your travel plans … the strength, beauty, and fortitude of this region will always remain. Although hurricanes have struck many of the islands, a good many others are still offering warm welcomes to their shores. For those travelers looking for the sun, sand, and turquoise waters of the […]

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Fall Season Brings New Offerings To Disney World

  by Jessica Montevago / August 22, 2017 Photo: Tom Bricker/Disney As summer winds down, Walt Disney World is gearing up for fall with a host of new festive activities. Kicking things off is Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on Aug. 25. The Magic Kingdom will host the guest-favorite event from 7 p.m. to midnight for 32 […]

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Celebrate With Celebration Travel

Celebration Travel “Fill your life with adventures not things. Have stories to tell not stuff to show.” –Anonymous  Babymoon’s? Divorce Parties? Mini-Moons? Voluntourism? Travel for destination weddings, engagements, birthdays and other celebrations is reported to be increasing in popularity. We’ll toast to that trend! This trend and multi-generational travel are so intertwined it’s hard to separate. Families […]

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Traveling This Holiday Season? Time To Book!

Summer is ending and the kids are back in school, so Christmas, Hanukkah, and Thanksgiving are the last thing on your mind right now. But, it shouldn’t be! Now is not only the time to think about booking for the holidays, it is also time to actually book. It’s no secret the airlines get greedier during the […]

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Amtrak Downeaster Now Permanently Pet Freindly

PORTLAND, Maine — After a successful pilot program that allowed small pets to accompany passengers for an extra fee, the Amtrak Downeaster recently made its pet program permanent for all trains traveling between Brunswick and Boston’s North Station. Nearly 100 small dogs and cats have ridden on Downeaster trains during the pilot program that began last […]

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Welcome To Hurricane Season

The Atlantic Hurricane season has begun and runs June 1st-November 30th. This is the season when winds blow in westerly off the coast of Africa toward the Caribbean and southern United States. Most of these storms will lose their strength as they churn across the ocean. But, some of these storms can and do wreak […]

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