Family Travel with Kid
Cuba declines U.S. aid after Gustav (USA Today)
Cuba politely declined a U.S. offer to send a disaster assessment team to the island after Hurricane Gustav, saying Saturday it would rather Washington suspend restrictions on travel and the sale of food and other materials it needs to recover.
Backyard Escapes Won't Break Summer Travel Budget (Carteret County News-Times)
(ARA) - In the wake of airfare increases and rising gas prices, many Americans are seeking creative ways to fulfill their urge to travel. By choosing destinations that are close to home and accessible on one tank of gas, travelers can easily track their expenses while enjoying the travel experience.
Kepcher: Palin's challenge: Balancing big family, big job (New York Daily News)
What do you do when the career opportunity of a lifetime coincides with a time of increased family responsibility? Sarah Palin's candidacy raises many important career and gender questions.
Travel Secrets Revealed by Top Vacation Rental Company in Orlando (PRWeb via Yahoo! News)
Global Resort Homes Spills the Secrets of Off-Season Orlando Travel
Bobcat Family Moves Into Vacant Home, Ruffles Neighbors (Fox News)
A family of bobcats has apparently moved into a vacant house in Lake Elsinore, proving that speculators aren't the only ones pouncing on good deals
Marlin family reinvigorates I-29 truck stop (The Argus Leader)
Larry's I-29 Truck Stop is under new ownership. In May, Dustin Marlin and the rest of the Marlin family purchased the truck stop, remodeled and opened the new Roadway Express Travel Plaza. Marlin said the purchase was a wise one.
Alice L. Miller remembered as a self-motivator who loved kids, travel (The Herald-Mail)
Editors note: Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail publishes A Life Remembered. This continuing series takes a look back through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others at a member of the community who died recently. Todays A Life Remembered is about Alice L. Miller, who died Aug. 27 at the age of 83. Her obituary was published in the Aug. 29 edition of The Herald-Mail.
Get the Most Out of Family Road Trips (Today's News-Herald)
(ARA) - The summer travel season is here and you're wondering where to go and what to do. But visions of summer vacations may change this year due to sky-high airline fares and the weakened U.S. dollar. How can you still plan the perfect family getaway? The answer is simple.
Carlson Wagonlit wants the most out of business travel (International Herald Tribune)
While the business travel industry has slowed, it is still growing, and Douglas Anderson, who leads Carlson Wagonlit Travel, sees opportunities aplenty to consolidate its No. 1 position in the travel management industry.
Best escapes and thrills in travel fair (Philippine Daily Inquirer)
MANILA, Philippines - travel buffs should brace themselves for great travel and holiday escapades at the 19th Annual Philippine travel Mart Sept. 12-14 at SM Megamall?s Mega Trade Hall, Mandaluyong City.