Month: September 2020

We polled Budget Travel readers to understand how COVID-19 is influencing their travel attitudes and opinions. Rediscovering America became the new light at the end of the tunnel for an uncertain COVID-19 world. The revival of road trips, camping, and van life changed how many of us see travel in 2020, but leaves many families
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With elementary and high school around the world attending school virtually this fall, hotels are selling an unlikely travel opportunity — the “schoolcation.” Families are being enticed from their homes by hotels promising a change of scenery alongside tutoring, round-the-clock tech help and after-school activities that are more fun than what’s available back home.   Relieving
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Expert guide to Les Gets Overview Hotels Restaurants Après ski Snow reports For a small resort, Les Gets has good selection of comfortable hotels, from two- to four-star. There’s also a fair choice of apartment accommodation, however there are surprisingly few catered chalets run by UK tour operators. Hotels Hotel Christiania The small, 20-room Christiania
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©Ron and Patty Thomas/Getty Images In the Midwest, you’ll find friendly small towns as well as urban sprawls. Roll call for the region’s cities starts with Chicago, which unfurls what is arguably the country’s mightiest skyline. In Cleveland, the best action is in its walkable neighborhoods. Detroit rocks, plain and simple. Day trips in this region
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A JetBlue Airways Corp. plane taxis next to American Airlines Group Inc., Delta Air Lines Inc., and Alaska Airlines Inc. aircraft at Reagan National Airport (DCA) in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., on Monday, April 6, 2020. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images The coronavirus pandemic has turned airlines’ most price-sensitive customers into a prize. Airlines
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Expert guide to Salzburg Overview Hotels Attractions Restaurants Nightlife Itineraries Please note our writer visited Salzburg prior to the coronavirus pandemic.  You might not have Salzburg down as an all-night raver – and you’d be right – but there’s still plenty happening when the sun dips behind those mountains. Evenings move to a chilled beat
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Antarctica Flights operates 12-hour sightseeing tours over the continent that take off and land on the same day. Courtesy of Antarctica Flights The coronavirus has ravaged the world now for nine months, with people across the globe enduring lockdowns of varying intensities, workplace and school shutdowns and restrictions on group gatherings.  Yet there’s still one continent
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(CNN) — Working from home has become the new normal for many of us due to the Covid-19 pandemic. While some have struggled to adapt to this new working mode, others have come to the welcome realization that their job requirements can be completed from anywhere and are beginning to explore their options. As a
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(CNN) — A magnificent beast made of four million parts from 30 different countries, the Airbus A380 is the world’s largest passenger airliner, and its era is almost at an end. Initial assembly has recently been completed on the last ever superjumbo, after it was announced in 2019 that the European airplane manufacturers were discontinuing
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