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Wilderness And Wellness: Why Fall Is The Best Season In Jackson Hole - forbes.com - state Wyoming - city Jackson
forbes.com
19.09.2023

Wilderness And Wellness: Why Fall Is The Best Season In Jackson Hole

Certainly there’s never a bad time to visit Jackson Hole, the high-altitude Wyoming mountain town (pop. 10,698) surrounded by spectacular jagged mountains and adhereing to those “old timey” western ways. Plus: autumn’s crisp air ushers in amber-hues and golden aspens that seemingly pop everywhere you look in Grand Teton National Park. And, with thinner crowds and lower hotel rates, you’ll also find bugling elk and a snow dusting on the mountaintops (and just before the winter ski bunnies descend).

I tried to outsmart an airline and save $900 by skipping the first half of my flight. It was a huge mistake and I won't try it again. - insider.com - Spain - county Logan - state New Jersey - state Massachusets - county Cleveland - state Ohio - city Boston, state Massachusets
insider.com
19.09.2023

I tried to outsmart an airline and save $900 by skipping the first half of my flight. It was a huge mistake and I won't try it again.

In August 2021, I booked my first solo trip to Europe: A $439 United flight from Cleveland, Ohio, to Madrid, Spain, with a short layover in Newark, New Jersey. 

What Worries Delta’s Lead Meteorologist? Snow in Atlanta, Yes, but Also Volcanic Ash - nytimes.com - Usa - city Atlanta - county Delta - county Warren
nytimes.com
19.09.2023

What Worries Delta’s Lead Meteorologist? Snow in Atlanta, Yes, but Also Volcanic Ash

From thunderstorms and limited visibility to scorching temperatures and turbulence, the weather dictates when and where planes can fly. Severe weather is the leading cause of air travel disruptions in the United States.

Whatever Happened to the Off-Season? - nytimes.com - Greece - Italy - Mexico - city New York - city Philadelphia - San Francisco - county Florence - state Indiana - city Santorini
nytimes.com
19.09.2023

Whatever Happened to the Off-Season?

As a traveler who prefers the off-season for its more affordable prices and fewer visitors, I try not to fly in July and August, at least in the Northern Hemisphere. I wait until fall when rates for flights and hotels normally plunge and crowds shrink.

More ski flights to Geneva announced for Winter 23/24 - breakingtravelnews.com - France - Switzerland - Britain - city Manchester - city Birmingham - Andorra - county Geneva - county Bradford
breakingtravelnews.com
19.09.2023

More ski flights to Geneva announced for Winter 23/24

Jet2.com has expanded its programme of ski flights to its biggest ski destination – Geneva – on the back of strong demand from skiers and snowboarders. 

Travel & Tourism sector now worth more than quarter of a trillion sterling says WTTC - breakingtravelnews.com - France - Italy - Britain - state Indiana
breakingtravelnews.com
19.09.2023

Travel & Tourism sector now worth more than quarter of a trillion sterling says WTTC

The World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) 2023 Economic Impact Research (EIR) today reveals the UK Travel & Tourism sector is forecast to exceed the 2019 peak this year. The sector is set to contribute £252.4BN to the UK economy this year, surpassing the 2019 pre-pandemic high of £248.5BN.

Explore New York City's eight-best Jewish eateries - bbc.com - Germany - Hungary - Lithuania - Poland - Israel - Japan - Usa - city New York - city Manhattan - Russia - Ukraine - Romania - Moldova - county Love - Belarus
bbc.com
19.09.2023

Explore New York City's eight-best Jewish eateries

Few places are as synonymous with Jewish food as New York City. Manhattan's Lower East Side neighbourhood served as a culinary cauldron when it was home to the largest Jewish community in the world in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, blending centuries of diasporic gastronomic knowledge.

Is this the summer of bad tourists? - bbc.com - Germany - France - Italy - Japan - Britain - Usa - city London - city Columbus - city Rome - Egypt
bbc.com
19.09.2023

Is this the summer of bad tourists?

This summer, every day seems to bring another headline of tourists around the world behaving badly.

Pachucos: The Latinx subculture that defied the US - bbc.com - Los Angeles - Britain - Usa - Mexico - city New York - city Los Angeles - city Mexico
bbc.com
19.09.2023

Pachucos: The Latinx subculture that defied the US

The door to the bedroom closet opened wide, revealing dozens of brightly coloured zoot suits and shoes. On a nearby table, there were a wide-brimmed hat with feathers, a chain watch, suspenders and a pair of rhinestone cufflinks. For José de la Rosa, this room connects him with his most genuine self."I am a blood pachuco. My father was a pachuco and my grandfather before him," he said, looking out towards his 1950s Dodge parked outside his Mexico City home. "This is not a costume, it is a way of life and a culture that transcends generations."

Hawaii Travel Update: Breaking Down The Debate Over The October 8th Reopening Of West Maui - forbes.com - state Hawaii
forbes.com
18.09.2023

Hawaii Travel Update: Breaking Down The Debate Over The October 8th Reopening Of West Maui

It’s been ten days since Hawaii’s governor announced that West Maui would reopen to tourists on October 8th, but the debate seems to just be heating up now.

NYC Travelers May Have Fewer Flight Options Through 2024 — Here’s Why - travelandleisure.com - New York - city New York
travelandleisure.com
18.09.2023

NYC Travelers May Have Fewer Flight Options Through 2024 — Here’s Why

The FAA has extended waivers allowing airlines to cut back on service at New York City-area airports due to the ongoing air traffic control staffing shortage.

Discover where locals travel in India - lonelyplanet.com - India - city Delhi - city Jaipur - city Mumbai, India
lonelyplanet.com
18.09.2023

Discover where locals travel in India

Our Where Locals Go series features under-the-radar holiday destinations that are often overlooked by visitors but cherished by locals. Here, we ask four experts on India for their top picks.

Matador CEO Says A.I.-Powered Travel Tool GuideGeek Can Forge Human Connections - forbes.com - San Francisco - Peru - state Idaho
forbes.com
18.09.2023

Matador CEO Says A.I.-Powered Travel Tool GuideGeek Can Forge Human Connections

It’s a brisk morning on the San Francisco Bay as Ross Borden unlocks the door to the Sausalito warehouse Matador Network calls home. The co-founder and CEO of one of the planet’s most prolific travel websites hasn’t been to this dockside doorstep in a while, he admits. He’s got a newborn at home.

How to plan a biking trip to the New Zealand’s Southern Lakes and Central Otago regions - lonelyplanet.com - France - Australia - New Zealand - state Oregon
lonelyplanet.com
18.09.2023

How to plan a biking trip to the New Zealand’s Southern Lakes and Central Otago regions

In Lonely Plan-It, we take you step by step through how we planned some of the most complicated travel adventures. Here, Craig McLachlan explains how to make the most out of your biking adventure to this South Pacific paradise’s deep south.

My Packing List for a Portland, Oregon, Trip With Lots of Walking (and Eating) - cntraveler.com - state Colorado - state Hawaii - state Oregon - city Portland, state Oregon
cntraveler.com
18.09.2023

My Packing List for a Portland, Oregon, Trip With Lots of Walking (and Eating)

Somehow, the baby I used to Björn to my chest and tote around trips to Hawaii and Colorado is now a 6'2" man with beverage preferences reclining his seat on a cross-country flight to college in Oregon. I chose to spend our pre-campus nights in the decidedly un-stuffy Jupiter Next in Portland’s Central Eastside district for its fun vending machine (get a mystery bag for $10!), chill communal outdoor balconies with views of Mount Hood, and proximity to food vendors with delicious local eats. I packed for five days, anticipating much walking, hydrating, and chowing down. Oh, and lugging books into my son’s dorm room. Read on for a peek into my packing list for Portland, Oregon.

Viking Finland: A Viking Age Travel Guide - forbes.com - Iceland - Norway - Denmark - Finland - Sweden - state Oregon - Russia - city Helsinki
forbes.com
18.09.2023

Viking Finland: A Viking Age Travel Guide

What countries spring to mind when thinking of the Viking Age? Chances are it’s the likes of Norway, Denmark, Iceland, or Sweden that you most closely associate with the seafaring Norsemen of the 8th to 11th centuries.

When You Want Summer To Linger Longer – Consider Malta - forbes.com - France - Malta - Britain - city Valletta
forbes.com
18.09.2023

When You Want Summer To Linger Longer – Consider Malta

With is year-round warm climate, Malta and its sister islands of Gozo and Comino, a Mediterranean archipelago, offer visitors an off-season summer experience in the Fall months with a diverse range of festivals and events. This hidden gem is perfect for travelers looking for off-the-beaten path destinations that offer breathtaking landscapes, and appeal to a diverse group of travelers. With more than 8,000 years of history, Michelin-starred gastronomy, local wine and year-round festivals, there is something for every visitor, even during the Fall months. The great destination offers more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year.

Can You Fly Without an ID? - cntraveler.com - Usa - India - county Real
cntraveler.com
18.09.2023

Can You Fly Without an ID?

Can you fly without an ID? If you have to ask, you're probably finding out the hard way. But what really happens if you lose your ID before a domestic flight—or show up to the airport, only to realize it isn't in your wallet? How about the too-late epiphany that your driver's license has officially expired?

Delta changed its frequent flyer program — and customers are truly furious - thepointsguy.com - city New York
thepointsguy.com
18.09.2023

Delta changed its frequent flyer program — and customers are truly furious

Travelers are used to airline frequent flyer programs changing the rules of the game and moving the ball a la Charlie Brown and Lucy Van Pelt — and just like with Charlie Brown, the moves made are usually not to the advantage of most travelers.

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