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December 17, 2013

You may still be a few weeks away from hitting the road for the Christmas and New Year holidays, but if you plan to get through them without being laid low by illness, you need to start preparing now. Do the holidays make you sick? I used to take it as a foregone conclusion that […].../ ➝

October 30, 2013

A few travel tidbits to keep you pleasantly occupied on Hump Day. GOING TO GHANA You already know that February is Black History Month, and you already know that Henderson Travel Service of Maryland is offering two Black History travel packages next year to Senegal and the Gambia. in February and an.../ ➝

July 10, 2013

Is it really necessary for airlines to conduct training flights with paying passengers on board? The investigation into the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 is in full swing. As much as we’ve learned so far from the National Transportation Safety Board about this incident — and they&#.../ ➝

July 8, 2013

When it comes to aviation safety, all airlines are not created equal. You can’t fly the plane, but you can arm yourself with information to help you decide who to fly with. Little by little, the pieces already are falling into place on the events that led up to last weekend’s crash of As.../ ➝

March 5, 2013

Mercurial, controversial president succumbs after an 18-month battle with cancer. Americans in or about to travel to Venezuela need to stay alert and follow events closely. Hugo Chavez, the only president Venezuela has known for 14 years, died today of cancer at the age of 58. The type of cancer he .../ ➝

January 28, 2013

Resumption of deadly political unrest has Egypt looking like a no-go zone again and Algeria has ongoing issues beyond what the mainstream media focus on, but one major cruise line is returning to Tunisia. For awhile, it seemed as if things were looking up for travel to Egypt. The political winds of .../ ➝

January 26, 2013

Actually, they’re already in New Orleans, selling non-existent rental rooms to tourists ahead of the big game. Don’t get conned. It’s inevitable. Major events draw criminals, all of them out to separate you from your money. And no annual event in America is bigger than the National.../ ➝

October 21, 2012

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media The latest James Bond movie, “Skyfall,” is now blowing up (almost literally) in theaters worldwide. 007 has been a lot of places for Queen and country these past 50 years — which locations were your favorites? L.../ ➝

August 26, 2012

Nearly on the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a fresh tropical storm is building in the Gulf of Mexico. Crescent City visitors need to stay alert — and take a few simple precautions. It’s hurricane season in the Gulf of Mexico, and there is no one who lives in that region who d.../ ➝

July 24, 2012

A security expert claims that with $50 worth of hardware and a few hacking tricks, he can break into almost any hotel room locked with a card key. If true, as many as 5 million hotel rooms worldwide may be at risk. Some time this evening, a young man named Cody Brocious will step out […].../ ➝