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New Life for an Old Seapaort

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New Life for an Old Seapaort

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New Life for an Old Seaport

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New Life for an Old Seaport

Seaport District Revitalized

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Travel Memories: Scarves with a Story

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Travel Memories: Scarves with a Story

Forget about snow globes or t-shirts, I collect scarves for travel souvenirs.

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Flight delayed? This firm wants to get you paid

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Flight delayed? This firm wants to get you paid

Berlin-based firm AirHelp has helped 16 million passengers in 35 countries file claims for compensation against airlines for delays, cancellations and overbooking under rules such as the European Union’s Flight Compensation Regulation. Passengers on disrupted domestic flights in the U.S., however, remain largely unprotected by consumers rights law.

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Highlights of Extremadura, Spain

2,000 Years of History Through the Spanish Countryside

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Highlights of Extremadura, Spain

Between the European capitals of Madrid and Lisbon lies a region of rolling hills with Medieval castles that have found new lives as “Game of Thrones” locations, villages that are honoring Spain’s Jewish history and 2,000-year-old Roman architectural marvels that are still thriving today.

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On Wall Street with George Washington

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On Wall Street with George Washington

George’s statue on the steps of Federal Hall, Hamilton’s grave, the Stock Exchange draw throngs of tourists to Wall Street.

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This app makes clearing US airport immigration and customs a breeze

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This app makes clearing US airport immigration and customs a breeze

The Mobile Passport app from developer Airside Mobile lets travelers clear U.S. immigration by submitting passport and customs information via a smartphone or tablet before arrival at federal checkpoints.

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How to pick a travel rewards credit card — if you should at all

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How to pick a travel rewards credit card — if you should at all

Should you sign up for one of the many travel rewards cards out there? And which type of card should you choose? It depends on your finances and travel habits, say experts.

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Here are the world’s best-value attractions and worst tourist traps

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Here are the world’s best-value attractions and worst tourist traps

Club Med ranked 66 top tourist attractions worldwide to determine which give visitors the best value for money. Some classical sites rank high, while others rated surprisingly low.

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Yucatan: Mayan Ancestry and So Much More

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Yucatan: Mayan Ancestry and So Much More

Published in TRAVEL SQUIRE: About an hour’s drive from the Cancun International Airport, the State of Yucatan’s countryside is a gateway to ancient Mayan culture and a study in how ancestral traditions are kept alive by the current generation. It also may be one of Mexico’s best kept secrets, though that may soon change.

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