Posts from November 2012

New York City has bounced back in a big way from the devastation brought by Hurricane Sandy just a few weeks ago. Now is a great time to support friends and local businesses in the Big Apple by planning a visit.

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Submit your best travel photos for a chance to win spending money, airfare and more for your next vacation courtesy of Fly.com and Vayama.

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Early morning and the ceaseless activity on the Panama Canal continues as it has done every hour of every day for the last 50 years. A huge ship inches its way along the lock, no more than a few inches to spare on either side.

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Traveling abroad is a must before graduation. You are young, have limited responsibilities and since you’ve likely been living in a dorm for awhile — hostel accommodations shouldn’t be a problem. The world is your oyster, especially when there are so many student travel discounts and services out there.

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This week, major carriers discounted fares to Los Angeles and San Diego from cities across the United States. Seems like a great time to head west!

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My airberlin European tour kicked off this week with a weekend getaway in Dusseldorf, Germany. It’s a unique place, and truly unlike any other European city that I have been to before. Two opposing forces seem to battle for supremacy in Dusseldorf: its rich industrial port city legacy and its [...]

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In the U.S., fireworks are often synonymous with July 4th celebrations. But, in England, they are normally associated with Bonfire Night.  If you don’t know the story, Guy Fawkes – along with some fellow co-conspirators – tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605 by filling a cellar, [...]

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