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2018 July

By N/A, December 28, 2018
By N/A, December 28, 2018
The weather outside is frightful, and the Caribbean Airlines prices are looking oh-so-delightful. But are they too good to be true? If you’re trying to escape the winter winds, a discounted flight to the tropics seems like the perfect solution. Bu...
By N/A, December 28, 2018
While it may be socially unacceptable to leave your house bundled up in a sleeping bag come winter, this incredibly stylish coat will make you feel like you’re doing just that! This $120 best-selling jacket from Orolay features everything you c...
By N/A, December 28, 2018
After a year filled with high-profile incidents, Japan Airlines has asked its employees to avoid drinking alcohol until 2019. In October, a co-pilot was arrested after he was found, 50 minutes before his 10-hour flight was scheduled to take off...
By N/A, December 28, 2018
Jerusalem’s Mamilla neighborhood has seen a lot of history unfold. It’s where King Herod built a water reservoir in the 1st century B.C. It’s where many of the hostilities between Israel and Jordan unfolded during 1967’s six-day war. And, today, i...
By N/A, December 28, 2018
One man with sticky fingers was done in by his own smelly feet. Earlier this month, a man identified by the last name Yang was allegedly attempting to burglarize a hotel in China’s Wuhu province. In order to avoid making noise, Yang decided to ...
By N/A, December 28, 2018
United Airlines is hoping to change the perception of airplane food forever with its new offering, the "Polaris Cookbook." According to The Daily Meal, the cookbook features more than 40 recipes created by the airline’s own executive chefs. And...
By N/A, December 28, 2018
A-list singer and professional heartthrob Justin Bieber knows a thing or two about travel. After all, he’s been going on world tours since he was a pre-teen. Which is why it came as little surprise this week when he launched his very own line of h...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
There’s one thing I love about road trips: when they’re over. Folding into a cramped seat, fighting nausea in stop-and-go traffic, and that anxious sense of inefficiency that plagues type-A travelers like me who are forever aware of all we could b...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
If you’re someone who spends their days scanning flights, loves hotel rewards points, and in general, is a fervent traveler, you’ve probably wondered how to become a travel agent. And while it’s true that living in the age of Expedia means travel ...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
A 14-year-old girl from San Jose, California, visiting the Horseshoe Bend Overlook in Page, Arizona, has died from what authorities believe to be an accidental fall from the popular attraction. Authorities from the Coconino Sheriff’s Office rep...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
Stepping off an airplane and into Nashville International Airport may be one of the most unique airport experiences on the planet. Once you’re in the terminal you’re surrounded by live music, greeted by famous country stars welcoming you to Music ...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
Every year, our knowledgeable Travel + Leisure readers vote in the World's Best Awards, selecting their absolute favorite properties and places around the globe. We love these awards because they allow our readers to inspire each other (and us!) t...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
The Maldives is full of over-the-top bucket list experiences. So it’s no surprise that the luxury Shangri-La's Villingili Resort & Spa, located on the southern Addu Atoll, has created dining experiences like something out of a movie — or at least ...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
To some, an incredible rescue in the French Alps on Wednesday is nothing short of a miracle. According to USA Today, a 12-year-old boy skiing at the La Plagne ski resort in southeast France was found alive after being buried in snow for 40 minu...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
An estimated one million people crowd into sectioned-off quarters of Times Square every year to see the famous countdown and ball drop on New Year's Eve. But that's not the only way to enjoy the celebratory night in person. You can experience...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
A lot of us would love to set sail to the Caribbean, but only a fair few would actually want to do it in a barrel. According to the Daily Mail, 71-year-old Jean-Jacques Savin, originally from France, has already set sail from El Hierro in the C...
By N/A, December 27, 2018
Plane tickets may be expensive, but spending Christmas with family is priceless. Hal Vaughn from Ohio decided to make a touching gesture for his flight attendant daughter, Pierce, who was scheduled to work six back-to-back flights on Christmas ...
By N/A, December 26, 2018
You may want to rethink your New Year’s resolutions. A new study suggests that drinking alcohol and coffee may help you live longer. Perhaps coming as good news in the break between Christmas and New Year’s, a study from the University of C...
By N/A, December 26, 2018
No matter what’s stowed away in your baggage, a dog’s nose knows how to sniff it out. Even if that certain stowaway is a little...strange. According to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) website, Regal, an on-duty dog on the CBP’s ...
By N/A, December 26, 2018
If you thought your holiday travel experience was bad, think again. According to The Points Guy, passengers on a Delta flight from Beijing, China to Seattle, Washington ended up on a major detour landing them on the remote island of Shemya in A...
By N/A, December 26, 2018
In a move reminiscent of “The Grinch,” someone in New York City stole a bus, drove it around for a few hours and then returned it to where they found it. On Sunday evening, somebody found an unattended New York City bus parked in the Bronx, cli...
By N/A, December 26, 2018
2018 was arguably a hard year for low cost airlines. While some budget carriers like Ryanair, Frontier and Spirit Airlines have managed to maintain or even improve their profitability in the last year, according to Chicago Business Journal, oth...
By N/A, December 26, 2018
In the days following Christmas, severe weather is expected to hit the Northern Plains region of the United States. Beginning Wednesday, Dec. 26, Winter Storm Eboni could bring near-blizzard conditions to parts of the Plains, including both Dak...
By N/A, December 26, 2018
Sexuality, food intolerances, and SPF all exist on a spectrum. Bathing habits do not. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. How often you shower typically falls into one of two (extreme) camps: every day without fail or as little as possible (isn't th...
By N/A, December 21, 2018
This article originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com. The people we've come to associate with the most successful technology companies were once relatively unknown names with big dreams. So if they could do it all over again, would they do ...
By N/A, December 21, 2018
This article originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com. If you have a Costco membership or know someone who does, then you're familiar with the high quality and value of many of Costco's products. At Costco, you can generally find great ...

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