Puerto Vallarta Travel Tip
How I travel : Miriama Kamo (The New Zealand Herald)
Do you travel light or heavy? As light as possible. Cattle or first class? Good lord, who travels first class? I can't travel without ... Snacks, padlocks, hand sanitiser, water, my contact lenses ...
Prescott's book most discarded in hotel rooms (Guardian Unlimited)
The thwarted aspirations of the man who discarded both The Kama Sutra for Dummies and How To Be a Gentleman in Seven Days in a Southampton hotel room can only be imagined, but sex manuals were just the tip of the reject pile in budget hotels this summer
Travel magazine declares White River Junction is 'cool' (The Barre Montpelier Times Argus)
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION -- A national magazine has recognized what many residents say they have known for years: White River Junction is "cool." ... - By Josh O'Gorman Rutland Herald
I-55 southbound shut down (The Advocate)
PONCHATOULA ? Traffic is backed up three to five miles along Interstate 55 this afternoon as motorists are attempting to travel south and finding that State Police closed the interstate just south of Ponchatoula at the high rise bridge to all but essential traffic.
Letters to the editor (The Herald-Mail)
Save the fear and the panic; Take a tip from the geese
What's the secret to . . . snagging a deck chair on sea days? (USA Today)
It's once again time for our Reader Tip of the Week feature -- a chance for you, the readers of the Cruise Log, to share your collective wisdom.
Travel Tips: Readers' air, cruise and hotel secrets (USA Today)
Each week USA TODAY taps our traveling audience for the their best advice on air travel, cruising and hotels. Leave a tip or take a tip it could be run in an upcoming issue of USA TODAY.
News Updates (Urban Tulsa)
Fill Your Tank During the Second Annual Restaurant Week, Sept. 7-13 and 22, some of Tulsa's finest restaurants are offering fixed-price meals--including appetizer, main course and dessert--at $12.95 for lunch and $29.95 for dinner (excluding tax, tip and beverage). Ten percent of the sale from each...
A tip of the hat... (The Daily Item)
Today we pause to acknowledge the people and groups who make the Central Susquehanna Valley a better place to call home. Readers may nominate individuals for recognition by e-mailing the identity of the nominee and a brief description of his or her outstanding action.
Trips give students a broader look at life (Rapid City Journal)
travel costs continue to climb, but some might argue that a school trip abroad pays for itself in the life-changing historical, cultural and educational experience it offers a student.