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LATAM Airlines Group Launches VIP Lounges and New Routes

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LAN and TAM Airlines officially launched their first international VIP lounge as the unified LATAM Airlines Group and announced a handful of new routes planned for this year. The merger of the two South American companies, which started in 2012, has created one of the largest airline groups in the world with service to 135 destinations in 24 countries around the globe. The new VIP lounge, located in São Paulo’s Guarulhos International Airport, is their largest and most stylish in Latin America. 

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Where To Travel in 2015

T+L's 50 Best Places to Visit in 2015 details some of the newest and most exciting adventures to add to your bucket list this year. T+L's own Jacqui Gifford joined MSNBC’s The Cycle to discuss the top spots and trips for travelers looking to escape in the coming months. 

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Kansas City Airport Sells Local Art Via Vending Machine

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There's a new way to experience local flavor at the Kansas City airport. A recently installed vending machine in Terminal B dispenses not food but products made by local artisans. 

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How to Land Your Dream Job and Travel the World

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If you’ve ever found yourself Googling “how to travel the world or “jobs where you can travel,” DreamJobbing could be the answer for you.

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World's Oldest Public Museum Adds Newly Discovered Roman Treasure

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Christmas comes early in Rome. The Capitoline Museums, the oldest public museum in the world, has add a "new" statue to its collection—the 2nd century AD Vignacce Marsyas, a colored marble statue depicting an epic scene from the famous Greek myth of Marsyas. (Marsyas was flayed alive by Apollo after loosing to him in a music contest). 

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Data Stash from T-Mobile Lets You Budget Your Data

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T-Mobile just announced the latest in a recent string of attacks on the service-chokehold enforced by most mobile carriers: a “Data Stash” service allowing users to rollover unused data each month.

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White House Charts “New Course” with Cuba

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President Obama announced today sweeping changes to our policy with Cuba that will loosen travel and trade restrictions there. In ending our embargo—a Cold War Policy that has been in effect since 1961—the U.S. will re-establish an embassy in Havana and expand travel for Americans to the country.

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Q&A with Macaron Maven Yigit Pura

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He’s the first-ever winner of the televised cooking competition, Top Chef Just Desserts, and this Saturday, his new pâtisserie opens in Palo Alto, California. Pastry-chef Yigit Pura talks to T+L about passion, pastries, and the importance of pursuing your dreams.

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Marriott and Taj Hotels Offering Free WiFi—But There’s a Catch

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UPDATE: Starwood has joined the free Wi-Fi ranks. The hotel behemoth recently announced that it will offer complimentary service for all members of the Starwood Preferred Guest loyalty program beginning in February. One hitch: you only get it if you book through an official Starwood channel, including hotel brand websites, SPG.com, and the SPG app.

Hyatt and Hilton: the ball is in your court.

 

In the last few weeks, two major hotel brands have announced that they will start offering free WiFi: Taj Hotels started November 15, and Marriott next year, on January 15. But before you start cheering, there is a catch: the internet speed is only fast enough for checking email, browsing the internet, and updating social media. All things we do while on the road, sure, but if you were hoping to stream any video or download large files, it’ll cost you.

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RelayRides Launches New Car Delivery Service

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While Airbnb.com has dominated travel headline news around the mushrooming peer-to-peer economy, another player in the P2P space has quietly been gaining ground, offering travelers a feel-good alternative to traditional car rentals. Launched in 2010, RelayRides today announces what could be a game-changing feature—convenient delivery of your selected car to your home, hotel, or airport.

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