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Accessible Travel is Taking a Giant Leap with this New Airplane Seat for Wheelchairs

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Wheelchair users and those who travel with passengers with reduced mobility know the challenges of flying – and how often things go wrong. But now there’s great news about an airplane seat that will let wheelchair users stay in their...

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Is a Luxury Expedition Cruise Right for You? An Expert Explains

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Luxury expedition cruising is one of the fastest-growing trends in cruising - but who really sails on these voyages? And more importantly, are they right for you? Maybe it's time to dispel some myths about expedition cruising - one of...

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Viking Becomes the First River Cruise Line to Sail Year-Round in Europe

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Viking has announced a new river cruise itinerary, debuting in December, 2023, making it the first river cruise line to operate year-round on Europe's rivers - which comes with some benefits for travelers opting into river cruising at that time...

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Hyatt Launches a New, Luxury All-Inclusive Resort Brand That’s Adults-Only

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Luxury yacht transfer to a romantic island resort? Check. Butler service? Check. Terrace whirlpools and fully stocked in-room bars? Check. That’s just a taste of what the new “Impressions by Secrets” is offering couples at the first of Hyatt’s new adults-only,...

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Top Travel Activities that Boost Your Wellbeing

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The newest data reveals exactly what activities you do when you travel have the biggest and best impact on your mental wellbeing. Let’s talk first about the importance of booking that escape – no matter what you plan on doing. You know...

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Get Up Close to an Epic Wonder of Nature at this Iceberg Festival

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Many people cruise to Alaska in the hopes of sailing past mystical and mythical icebergs, but in one special place in the world, the icebergs come to you – so many icebergs, in fact, they decided to throw an annual...

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Ultra-Luxury Hotel Opens in Chicago in the World’s Tallest Building Designed by a Woman

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It’s an architectural wonder 101 stories high in Chicago’s Lakeshore East neighborhood that transforms the Windy City’s skyline. Eleven of those floors make up the newly-opened, ultra-luxury hotel St. Regis Chicago.  Designed by the world-renowned architecture and urban design practice led...

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Why Belfast is the Best Place to Experience the Legend of the Titanic

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Wait, Belfast? Part of the legend of the Titanic? The most famously-doomed passenger ship tale of all time? Wasn’t she a British ship, sailing from Southampton to New York, that struck an iceberg and capsized over a century ago? How...

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Upgrades and Celebrations Mark the 50th Anniversary of Australia’s Architectural Icon: the Sydney Opera House

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In 2023, the iconic Sydney Opera House celebrates a half-century of symbolizing not just a city, but a country and even a continent. It may even be the most famous building in the southern hemisphere.  This icon of modern design evoking...

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Oceania Cruises Christens 1st New Ship in a Decade and Introduces new Wine, Spirits and Culinary Experiences

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Oceania Cruises has officially welcomed the 1200-guest Oceania Vista in a glittering event in Malta. She’s the cruise line’s first new ship in more than ten years, and the first of its new, Allura-class of ships.  In a ceremony that included...

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One of America’s Most Famous Landmarks Celebrates 100th Anniversary

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It ranks right up there with the Statue of Liberty and the Washington monument. Not only is it a world-wide symbol of the United States. It’s also the country’s most famous sign – and visual shorthand for one of America’s most...

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You Can Do An Underwater-Aged Dom Perignon Champagne Tasting in the Maldives

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As a thousand mile-long atoll in the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean, it’s no wonder that most of the Maldives’ most coveted experiences relate to the sea: over water villas, underwater resorts…and now, tastings of wine aged in what has...

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