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Icelandair Exec Shares Strategy Behind Connecting Smaller U.S. Cities to Europe — and What Travelers Should Know - travelandleisure.com - Iceland - Usa - New York - city Atlanta - city Boston - city Portland - city Detroit - county Wayne - Jackson - county Durham - Raleigh
travelandleisure.com
11.06.2024 / 16:41

Icelandair Exec Shares Strategy Behind Connecting Smaller U.S. Cities to Europe — and What Travelers Should Know

Connecting in a major international airport is a careful balance between leaving enough time to make the next flight and not wasting hours waiting. In most places, 45 minutes is not nearly enough. But Iceland isn’t most places.

What ‘Notting Hill’ Got Right About My Neighborhood, and What It Left Out of Frame - cntraveler.com
cntraveler.com
09.06.2024 / 12:03

What ‘Notting Hill’ Got Right About My Neighborhood, and What It Left Out of Frame

Near the beginning of the 1999 movie Notting Hill, the character of bookseller William Thacker (Hugh Grant) spins round a London street corner and collides with superstar actress Anna Scott (Julia Roberts), spilling orange juice over the both of them. It’s a meet-cute that sets into motion one of the better known romantic comedies of the last 25 years, and entered Portobello Road into the pop culture ranks alongside Katz's Deli where Meg Ryan faked her orgasm. The scene also, perhaps more significantly, cemented the London neighborhood as a tourist destination: Notting Hill had long drawn visitors, but almost immediately it was flooded with fans of the movie. On any given day, decades later, you’ll still find daily hordes of influencers posing in front of that blue door and tourists lining up outside The Travel Bookshop (now The Notting Hill Bookshop) where the film's Scott later uttered her now famous line: “I'm just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her.”

Capital One Travel price match and price drop protection: How it works - thepointsguy.com - city San Antonio - city Mexico City
thepointsguy.com
07.06.2024 / 18:59

Capital One Travel price match and price drop protection: How it works

We don't always recommend booking trips through a travel portal, but doing so can come with some benefits.

Pride on points: How to use points and miles to celebrate Pride in 6 US cities this year - thepointsguy.com - France - Usa - city Denver - city New Orleans - city Boston
thepointsguy.com
01.06.2024 / 00:09

Pride on points: How to use points and miles to celebrate Pride in 6 US cities this year

June is officially Pride month, and it's not too late to make travel plans to celebrate Pride in major cities nationwide (or book an LGBTQIA+ cruise). Hotel rates and airfare may be higher this short in advance, but you can save money by using points and miles. We found an array of flight and hotel options that can still be booked with points at a good value. Pride is a wonderful celebration of equality, freedom and sacrifice, and any of these events would make for a fun weekend getaway.

'That's off': American Airlines backtracks on changes to how passengers earn miles and Loyalty Points - thepointsguy.com - Usa
thepointsguy.com
29.05.2024 / 19:23

'That's off': American Airlines backtracks on changes to how passengers earn miles and Loyalty Points

American Airlines is canceling changes that it planned to make to its booking experience, which would have seen some passengers become ineligible for earning miles or Loyalty Points.

Philadelphia's hotel The Logan appoints Andrew Cifa as Director of Sales and Marketing - traveldailynews.com - state Maryland - county Logan - state Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, state Pennsylvania
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 12:57

Philadelphia's hotel The Logan appoints Andrew Cifa as Director of Sales and Marketing

Andrew Cifa joins The Logan Hotel, Philadelphia, as the new Director of Sales and Marketing, bringing over two decades of hospitality expertise.

The ultimate weekend in and around Halifax - lonelyplanet.com - Ireland - Britain - Canada - county Halifax
lonelyplanet.com
29.05.2024 / 07:25

The ultimate weekend in and around Halifax

Halifax is a harbor town. A narrow neck opens up to the protected waters of Bedford Basin, making it ideal as a naval and shipping port. Before Europeans arrived, this body of water was a sanctuary and home to Indigenous Mi’kmaq for millennia.

I traveled 35 hours and halfway across the world to meet an online friend. I'm so glad I did it. - insider.com - Spain - Australia - Britain - Usa - city Melbourne - El Salvador
insider.com
25.05.2024 / 14:13

I traveled 35 hours and halfway across the world to meet an online friend. I'm so glad I did it.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, I decided to sell my travel business and become a full-time writer.

AI Travel Planning, Chase Travel's Growth and IndiGo's New Biz Class - skift.com - India
skift.com
24.05.2024 / 11:07

AI Travel Planning, Chase Travel's Growth and IndiGo's New Biz Class

Good morning from Skift. It’s Friday, May 24. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

How to Avoid Traffic and Crowds While Traveling This Memorial Day Weekend - cntraveler.com - Usa - state Florida - city Tampa, state Florida
cntraveler.com
23.05.2024 / 15:39

How to Avoid Traffic and Crowds While Traveling This Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day officially kicks off the summer travel season here in the US, and millions of travelers plan relaxing long weekends around it. But in order to get to a sunny beach or serene national park to unwind, you'll likely have to contend with stressful crowds and traffic—unless you time your great escape exactly right.

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