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Why You Should Consider Hotel Loyalty Programs

If it seems like your favorite airline is being a bit disloyal lately, you’re on to something. In the last six months, two major carriers, announced they will reward customers based on the fare paid rather than the number of miles flown, joining a handful of airlines that have long… [read more]


South America’s Premier Airlines: LAN Airlines and TAM Airlines

South America is our business. Together, LAN Airlines and TAM Airlines, part of LATAM Airlines Group, offer the most unparalleled network of destinations to, from and within South America. With service and easy connections to over 111 destinations, there isn’t anyone else that can get you everywhere your business or… [read more]

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Off The Beaten Path In The Greek Islands

By Dale Leatherman

One of the ports on our sailing tour of the Greek Islands was the mountainous island of Folegandros, with its lacy fringe of beaches and medieval whitewashed town on a ledge 650 feet above the water. Though it is one of the most picturesque towns in the islands, it doesn’t… [read more]


Order Coffee In Melbourne

By Victoria Abbott Riccardi

Australians love their coffee, and exceptional cafés and coffee shops can be found all over Melbourne. However, the country has its own coffee lingo, so here’s how to order what you want: Short Black — an espresso Long Black — an espresso “elongated” with hot water (ideal for folks who… [read more]


Shop In Shanghai’s French Concession

By Allison Voigts

Like Paris, Shanghai was once a hive for artists and bohemians, and nowhere is this more apparent than along the boutique-lined streets of the French Concession. Row upon row of shops sell creations by local and international designers alike, and fashionistas can score a hipster T-shirt from Shanghai brand Shirtflag… [read more]


Wats In Phuket

By Michael DeFreitas

Wats — or Buddhist temples — are important symbols of Thailand, not only because the majority of Thais are Buddhist, but also because of their elegant architecture and historical significance. Phuket boasts 29 Buddhist temples including the popular Wat Chalong, welcoming visitors for more than a century. In the west… [read more]


Jump Into Motorbike Madness

By Ellen Clark

As soon as I saw all those whizzing motorbikes, I just knew I had to get on one. After a moment of insanity, when I thought I could drive one myself, I got a grip and started looking for other options. Turns out lots of people want to launch themselves… [read more]


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November 2014

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  • Canadian Connections

    Air Canada will grow its Toronto (YYZ) hub with a new Boeing 787 Dreamliner route next year to the Indian subcontinent, currently the… [read more]

  • Element Expansion

    Starwood Hotels & Resorts expanded its eco-wise Element brand with the opening of its first hotel in New Hampshire. Situated 20 minutes… [read more]

  • New York Connectivity

    Aeromexico increased its connections in New York with new non-stop service to Monterrey, Mexico, one of the airline’s largest airport… [read more]

  • Free WiFi From Taj

    The Taj Group introduced complimentary WiFi for guests across its 125 hotels around the globe, marking the first-ever all brand-inclusive… [read more]

  • Aloha, California

    To cater to growing demand for travel during the summer season, Hawaiian Airlines plans to bring back its seasonal non-stop service between… [read more]

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