News for Travelers September 23rd, 2020 An aggregate of recent articles about what’s happening in the world of travel updated every day or two. Tips are always appreciated. Cruise industry sees huge pent-up demand – When Oceania Cruises started their Labor Day sale, they didn’t expect to see record bookings. Reports from a cross section […]Travel In The News September 23rd —
Today, Disney Cruise Line announced the extension of their cruise suspension for sailings through mid-December due to the ongoing fallout of Coronavirus pandemic and the uncertainty of the CDC’s No Sail Order. Sailings onboard the Disney Fantasy will be cancelled through December 6; the Disney Dream and Disney Wonder through December 11; and the Disney […]Disney Cruise Line Cancels Remaining November and Early December 2020 Sailings — Far Beyond Infinity Travel Blog
Hopes have been raised for a winter season of cruise ship visits to the Canary Islands. Cruise lines will have to carry out Covid PCR tests on all travellers before arriving in the archipelago, according to the Canary Islands government. UK government restrictions currently prevent ocean cruises from operating and lines still await renewed Foreign […]The hope of winter cruise return raised by the Canary Islands — Wetravel2u’s Weblog
Perhaps one day we’ll have a spare three weeks and be able to travel. And we might travel to Egypt? Who knows? Here’s how I would fill a three week Egyptian Itinerary trying not to miss out on any of the essentials!
Allegiant Air has announced seven new nonstop routes, including three new routes to Florida and two to Palm Springs, California. Also, after a short hiatus, Allegiant will also extend its seasonal route connecting Nashville, Tennessee and Bozeman, Montana. The new seasonal routes to Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) in Southwest Florida include: Houston, Texas via William P. Hobby […]
Zeppelins are usually equated with the Hindenburg disaster, but today’s airships use modern materials and some aspire to be as luxurious as superyachts.
These guides are handy companions for learning more about trails, paddling opportunities, exploring back roads and camping.
United Airlines has made this announcement: United Airlines is now cleaning pilot flight decks with Ultraviolet C (UVC) lighting technology on most aircraft at its hub airports to disinfect the flight deck interior and continue providing pilots with a sanitary work environment. The airline is using handheld, AUVCo blades from the American Ultraviolet company to […]
You promised you’d be back. The first time you visited Taos Ski Valley was just a day trip. You drove north to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, found perfect powder, and skied on one of the most challenging mountains in the West. Then you returned to Santa Fe and spent the next few days wishing […]
The Southwest is one of the more exotic regions of the United States, covering parts of the Mojave, Sonoran, and Chihuahuan Deserts, plus the Colorado Plateau (which, for the record, is basically a high desert). Temperatures here can soar to 125°F in the summer and drop to below freezing (perfect for skiing!) in the winter—and […]