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US Government Shutdown Status & Travel

US Government Shutdown Status & Travel

Updated Feb 4, 2019 Another possible government shutdown status is something travelers are keeping a close eye on this month. Following the longest partial shutdown in US history,  President Trump announced on Sunday that he would not rule out another shutdown if the bipartisan committee negotiating over agency funding fails to include dedicated money for

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2019 Cruise Trends

Cruise trends for 2019

Wave season is here! From January through March 2019, cruisers can expect plenty of deals. Take a look at these popular cruise trends and find out what’s hot in 2019. Aside from bargains, there are other incentives to hit the high seas this year. A new cruise trends report by InsureMyTrip and Cruise Critic, the

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Holiday Travel And Airports

Airports to Avoid During the Holidays

More of us are leaving home for Christmas. In 2017, we broke a record. Over 107 million American travelers took a car, train, or plane last Christmas, with journeys over 50 miles. That’s the largest number of holiday travelers ever, according to AAA. Motor Advocacy groups said that a stable economy and cheap plane tickets

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How to Travel with Prescription Drugs

Travel with Prescription Drugs

Traveling with prescription drugs internationally isn’t just as easy as packing up your toiletries. So how can you best pack up medicine for pain relief, allergies, or those prescriptions for more serious or chronic health conditions? Below you’ll learn how to travel with prescription drugs the safe way. Here are the rules you must follow to

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Medicanes & Impact On European Travel

Medicane Impact on Travel

Medicane is a rare hurricane-like storm that can impact European destinations. Medicane (Mediterranean + hurricane) is similar in structure to a hurricane or typhoon. In September 2018, a huge medicane storm called Zorbas brought heavy rains, flash flooding, toppled trees, mudslides, and strong winds to Northern African and parts of the Mediterranean. The violent nature of the storm also led authorities

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