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California Travel Increased 9th Most In U.S. Since 2020

California Travel Increased 9th Most In U.S. Since 2020

Mike LaFirenza The COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on many sectors of the economy, but the travel and tourism industries have been among the hardest-hit. In the spring and early summer of 2020, widespread shutdowns kept many people at home in efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. While these restrictions were relaxed over the […]

How to Care of Yourself & Kids While Traveling

How to Care of Yourself & Kids While Traveling

By Alex Green It can be strange for some of you out there to talk about traveling amidst the health crisis. In a way, you have a point – with colder weather, we entered the second wave of the pandemic, and we are witnessing grim statistics. It also doesn’t change the fact that many of […]

Why and How to Write a Travel Journal

Why and How to Write a Travel Journal

    By Justin Osborne Writing a journal is one of the best activities to engage in when traveling *aside from, you know, all the other cool adventures you’ll engage in.* Journaling has long proved to be effective for stress management, memory improvement, mood-boosting, and emotional strengthening. While traveling is an enjoyable experience for most, […]

5 Must-Reads For Travelers

5 Must-Reads For Travelers

By Katherine Rundell Want to get away from the busy routines and schedules, but don’t have time to book a flight or a travel reservation? Perhaps you only want to escape into a good book and mesmerize yourself being in the book’s setting for a good while? No matter the reason, you might be interested […]

TSA Records Busiest Weekend In Months As Americans Start Traveling Again

TSA Records Busiest Weekend In Months As Americans Start Traveling Again

By Thomas Catenacci  More than 400,000 Americans boarded flights Friday and Sunday marking the first time since March that number has been surpassed, the Transportation Security Administration said Monday. A total of 441,255 people traveled in the air Sunday while 419,675 people traveled Friday, according to the TSA. Sunday’s number of fliers marks the highest number of […]

Growing Concerns of Coronavirus Should Spur Plans—Not Panic

Growing Concerns of Coronavirus Should Spur Plans—Not Panic

  BY JULIE APPLEBY Chances are if you work for a large company, you received an email like one sent to Volkswagen employees March 2: Coronavirus concerns mean some limits on business travel, everyone should remember to “wash your hands frequently” and stay home if sick. As the viral illness, dubbed COVID-19, continues to spread, some […]

Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 200 As Outbreak Impacts Travelers Worldwide

Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 200 As Outbreak Impacts Travelers Worldwide

SYDNEY SHEA CONTRIBUTOR The death toll from coronavirus hit 213 by Thursday evening, the Chinese government reported, as health officials internationally are fighting to deal with the outbreak. The total count of infected patients stands at about 9,800, according to The New York Times. Six people have been diagnosed with the virus in the United States. Symptoms […]

Egypt Beyond the Pyramids

Egypt Beyond the Pyramids

BY FRED J. ECKERT “How could I have been so foolish as to have missed this until now?” I asked myself one day while 785 miles south of Cairo visiting Abu Simbel, down near the Sudan border, in an area where the ancient Egypt of the pharaohs once stood looking out toward the ancient Kingdom of Nubia. As […]

California Lawmakers Traveled to Hawaii During Wildfires

California Lawmakers Traveled to Hawaii During Wildfires

William Davis | Contributor As wildfires ravaged their state throughout the month of November, prominent California lawmakers took a trip to Hawaii with representatives from utility companies, according to a Fox News report published Monday. Top officials from the Golden State took their annual retreat to the Fairmont Kea Lani resort on Maui, where they […]

Nancy Pelsoi Charged the Air Force Nearly $200K to Fly Her Family and Other Lawmakers to Italy and Ukraine

Nancy Pelsoi Charged the Air Force Nearly $200K to Fly Her Family and Other Lawmakers to Italy and Ukraine

Evie Fordham | Politics and Health Care Reporter   House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s congressional delegation (CODEL) to Belgium, Egypt and Afghanistan garnered extra attention after President Donald Trump banned her from using military aircraft, but the trip would not have been the first time she used Air Force money to travel the world. Pelosi’s trip […]

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