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The Busiest Air Travel Day of the Year is...TOMORROW.


The busiest travel day of the year isn't right after Thanksgiving as holiday travel folklore would have you believe, but it is tomorrow, December 19.

Miami: 'The Love Boat' 2.0? New TV Comedy May Call a Cruise Ship Home


Cruise fans could soon have a new favorite TV show. According to The Hollywood Reporter, showrunners Matt Williams and David McFadzean are working on a cruise ship comedy, called Port of Miami, for NBC.

TSA Has Huge Loophole to Allow Profiling in Airports


Here's a feel-good story to ease you into the holidays. The Obama administration is preparing to issue a new set of guidelines that will for the first time ban national security agencies from conducting profiling based on race, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation.

Three's a Charm: Etihad Unveils Their Airbus A380, Boeing 787-9, and New Uniforms

The rule of three is a writing concept that suggests things are more satisfying when presented in groups of three.

Ghent: This Bar in Ghent Requires Your Right Shoe


A bar is the last place you want to walk around shoeless. Broken glass, spilled beer, and oh-God-what's-on-the-bathroom-floor leave you nervous even in a pair of boots, let alone barefoot.

Travel App Review: Let RideScout Do the Navigating in 69 Cities


Booking a plane ticket to a new city is, for the most part, fairly easy. It's the arriving in that city which can be a headache, figuring out how best to explore and get around.

Denver: Denver is Home to the Original Candy Cane Factory Tour


It takes some serious time and effort to produce all those Christmas candies, and if you need a timeout from the holiday shopping and stress there’s a place where you can go right to the source.

Japan is in the Process of Fixing its 'ATM Problem' for Foreigners


In addition to its pricey tendencies, another aspect of Japan has traditionally frustrated foreigners when it comes to money: Many of its local banks and ATMs do not accept international bank cards.

Houston: EVA Air to Fly Brand New Hello Kitty 777 Nonstop Between Houston and Taipei


OMG OMG OMG. We have good news and great news, both related to Hello Kitty and a certain airline fond of covering their planes in the illustrated character.

Oranjestad: This Deserted Caribbean Beach is Aruba's Secret Site for Plane Spotting


It's paradise, pure and simple. A deserted beach of white sand gently melting into clear, azure water.

Berlin: 10 Things We Learned at Berlin's Museum Dedicated to Currywurst


Only in Germany will you encounter a museum dedicated to sausage, particularly the famed currywurst. Just steps away from Checkpoint Charlie—you know that famous site that separated East and West Berlin and was often photographed with tanks during the Cold War—is the Deutsches Currywurst Museum.

What the Resumption of US-Cuba Relations Means for Travelers (Besides Cigars)


It's true. US visitors to Cuba are now allowed to bring $100 worth of Cuban cigars back into the country and it's all thanks to a little speech this morning by President Obama, to announce the resumption of US-Cuba relations for the first time since 1961.

Dubai: Google Street View Finally Drives All Over Dubai


Wandering around for the finest falafel or searching high and low for the coolest kebab shop might be a thing of the past in Dubai thanks to Google Street View.

Five Holiday Fun Runs Featuring Santas, Sweaters, Candy, and Hot Chocolate


Screw the shopping and holiday responsibilities this weekend, and do something for yourself. Hit the course with these holiday runs, marathons, and 5Ks.

Where Travel Writers Want to Go in 2015: Part 4


Cliffs of Moher in Ireland As 2014 quickly comes to a close, there's no better time than now to think through exactly where we want the next 12 months to take us.

This is What Happened When a Boeing 777 Hit Severe Turbulence


What crazy force is powerful enough to lift a 200lb galley cart off its wheels and toss it around an airplane cabin?

Lahaina: How to Get Tickets 2015's Maui Comedy Festival


The Maui Comedy Festival has released tickets for next year's event, just in time for Christmas. The fest hasn't announced a lineup for 2015 yet, but given the list of last year's performers - including Craig Robinson, Aisha Tyler, Reggie Watts, and Tig Notaro - it's sure to be a good one.

Cycling from Brewery to Brewery in Belgium is Totally Possible


Beer makes everything better. This is you at brunch, when your friend asks, "Want to run a half-marathon with me?

Where Travel Writers Want to Go in 2015: Part 3


We see Nantucket in our future for 2015... As 2014 quickly comes to a close, there's no better time than now to think through exactly where we want the next 12 months to take us.

Alarming Security Flaw Found with Mobile Boarding Passes


Dani Grant, founder of Hackers NY, published a short, to-the-point Medium post this morning, alerting the public to a serious issue in the security of mobile boarding passes.


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