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Cuba policy on Cuban-American travel to the island has political and economic tentacles – Miami Herald

New travel regulations that Cuba announced over the weekend appear designed to make sure a steady flow of Cuban-American visitors continues. But the rules — which include welcoming back Cubans who fled the island through irregular means, such as by rafts, and eliminating some of the bureaucracy associated with visits by the diaspora — also […]

Wall Street Journal Launches Online Travel Site Powered by Upside – Skift

The race has been heating up among business travel services looking to serve unmanaged or lightly managed travelers from small- to medium-size businesses. Upside has been perhaps the most visible as a result of a concerted marketing campaign in print, radio, and TV appearances by founder Jay Walker. Now, a partnership with one of the […]

Solo Travel Savings Tips for Retirees – HuffPost

And Overseas Adventure Travel, which operates in Asia, Africa, Europe, South America, the Middle East, Cuba, Australia and New Zealand, has free single supplements on all its land tours and either free or low-cost single supplements on its small-ship adventures. Solo Travel Savings Tips for Retirees – HuffPost

Trending Travel Destinations According To Millennials – Forbes

Many millennials gather travel inspiration from social media. While some are more interested in checking off top destinations, others are looking for something totally new and off the beaten path. Recently, I connected with Hitlist to uncover top trending travel destinations around the world. Hitlist is a destination discovery app with over 950,000 users, most of […]

Solo Travel Savings Tips for Retirees – WiscNews

Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book. Solo Travel Savings Tips for Retirees – WiscNews

Cuba announces new measures to make travel to the island easier for Cuban Americans – Miami Herald

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez announced a series of measures Saturday that could ease travel to the island for Cuban Americans. As of Jan. 1, those born in Cuba but living abroad will no longer need a habilitación (qualification) stamp in their passports before they can travel to the island, Rodríguez said at a meeting […]

5 Bargain Destinations for Fall Travel – New York Times

Advertisement Supported by Compiled by Justin Sablich Oct. 28, 2017 Fall isn’t just about pretty leaves for travelers. Those willing to venture overseas could end up with some major savings, according to Hipmunk, the website and app that studies itineraries and other data to reveal affordable travel deals. Hipmunk recently looked at a year’s worth […]

Clients accuse Philly travel agent of not delivering on trips – 6abc.com

A Philadelphia travel agent has allegedly lined her pockets with cash, but did not deliver on her promises. Victims’ claim they were taken by a woman who sold them lies. Stephanie Claiborne touts herself as the owner of a successful dance studio, who apparently has a side hustle selling trips, sometimes to parents of her […]

Travel: Taiwan KOM Challenge – VeloNews

THE PERSISTENCE OF THE EFFORT is what gets to you. The repetition, too. Pedal strokes on pedal strokes, meter after meter, without a moment to let off. The pressure in your legs inflates like a balloon. Just wait for the burst. This is the Taiwan KOM Challenge, 105 kilometers and nearly 11,000 feet up into the […]

Exclusive: VA chief dismisses European travel ‘distraction,’ buzz over HHS post – USA TODAY

x Embed x Share CLOSE VA Secretary David Shulkin says taxpayers did not foot the bill for his sightseeing during a European trip. He also dismisses rumors that he is in the running to become the next HHS secretary. USA TODAY David Shulkin, secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, sits for an interview with […]