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Remember how we said that luggage is the worst? Yeah, well the whole of Venice, Italy agrees and may even be successful with a new proposal to outlaw rolling baggage.
It seems like everyone and their moms are going to Burma. Or is it Myanmar? (For the answer, see here.) Thanks to political and humanitarian reforms of the last several years, this Southeast Asian country is more open than ever to tourism.
Now that you know what to eat when you visit the island of Sao Miguel, let's talk about where to go to burn it off.
Luggage sucks. Don't think so? Take a flight without it some time, perhaps on a quick overnight with just a messenger bag, and you'll quickly find that luggage is its own particular brand of torture.
To celebrate the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, one of the movie's main filming locations is expanding its hours and tours this weekend.
We realize travel budgets may be limited, but its free to dream. This is where contests come into the picture, and there's always the chance that you could be the big winnerjust don't forget to tell us if you are!
Passing the Irrawaddy Princess It seems like everyone and their moms are going to Burma. Or is it Myanmar?
The TSA is making its annual "please don't make holiday travel more miserable than it already is" push, in which the agency begs travelers not to bring obviously prohibited items into checkpoints for at least the next few months.
Even though the latest incarnation of Dallas was canceled, life goes on at The Ewings' homestead. The iconic Southfork Ranch in Parker TX which served as the backdrop for the original series and the recent TNT reboot, is still welcoming visitors daily for tours and events.
Sure, we love all the speed and comfort of modern travel, but it didn't get that way overnight. Every Thursday, we're going to take a look back at travel the way it used to be, whether that's decades or centuries ago.
Above: AirAsia's route map out of KUL How does a month of flying around Southeast Asia for under $200 sound?
That croissant in Paris. The char kway teow in Singapore. That cup of hot chocolate in Perugia. This is Food Worth Flying For.
Our sis site HotelChatter does a bang-up job of covering the latest news and trends in the hotel world.
A typical view It seems like everyone and their moms are going to Burma. Or is it Myanmar? (For the answer, see here.) Thanks to political and humanitarian reforms of the last several years, this Southeast Asian country is more open than ever to tourism.
Vienna is so much more than Schnitzel. It's also more than opera, Mozart, Empress Sisi, and Edelweiss on a mountainside.
Picture it: You and your friend are seated aisles away from one another on a plane. The devastation sets in.
So were roughly a week away from Thanksgiving, and its pretty much crunch time if youre looking to squeeze in one last seasonal happening before the big day.
One of the best pieces of inspiration is an empty calendar. That's one upcoming year of possibilities open for your creation.
Last week some great news for Economy passengers arrived from Down Under, as Qantas' introduced new meals for those flying in the back of the plane.