May 2011

A room at La Maltese Estate Villa, a hotel that exudes the ambience of a privileged “members only” private club in Santorini, Greece was snagged for the rate of $110 per night. Too good to be true, right? Right.

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Dr. Beach, aka. Stephen P. Leatherman, Director of Florida International University’s Laboratory for Coastal Research has named Siesta Beach in Sarasota as the best beach in the the USA.

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Passenger banned from Delta for life, best ice cream not in a shop, Chicago airports may get slot machines as Illinois House passes bill.

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Nine leading independent travel content websites are giving away a trip around the world. The Independent Travel Media Alliance has lined up a round-the-world grand prize, as well as weekly giveaways and two big first prizes. They are picking eight finalists over eight weeks.

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What’s the little thing your fellow travelers do that drives you the craziest? Venting here might help avoid a meltdown at the airport.

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On this Memorial Day in the U.S., Ned Levi has created a travel guide to America’s most historic battlefields, which have in part shaped American history and culture.

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787 delivery date moved up to August or September, kids go free on Utah rafting trip, Tropicana hopes results improve with rehaul

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While attending a travel conference in San Francisco I had the opportunity to take the ferry across the bay to Jack London Square and enjoy an evening of wine and tapas on the water. It was delightful.

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This weekend we take a look at a reformed bullring in Barcelona. Holland cracks down on tourists in coffee houses smoking dope. And, TSA will be challenged in Utah following their showdown with Texas.

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Now the airlines can change flights without even notifying customers. Could it possibly get worse? Christopher Elliott takes a look.

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