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As summer nears and vacation planning gears up, South Florida hotels and attractions are rolling out promotions to woo locals and other Floridians through their doors to help boost business during the typically slower tourist season. With the economy...
Need a vacation? Good news: Travel club AAA says more of us will get one this summer, which should benefit Orlando tourism. AAA said its annual survey of Florida residents found that 70 percent plan to take a vacation of four days or more between May and...
Picking a volunteer vacation is a lot like dating: The choices are mind-boggling, but finding the right fit takes work. Treat the search like a job. Opportunities to travel and immerse yourself in a different culture are everywhere. You can enlist...
Take scented dryer sheets in plastic bags. In a lot of countries, people still smoke. You can wipe down your clothes and hair and remove some of the smell. They can freshen a musty hotel room. If you are seated on a plane with someone who doesn't use...
Tags: Travel, Trips and Vacations
DAY TRIPPIN' •Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Fulton Theater, lunch at the Pressroom, June 19. $97. Spirit of Philadelphia, luncheon cruise, July 10. $91. Operation Sunshine, 610-434-9155. •Glencairn Museum, lunch at La...
Tribune staff reporterOnline travel agency Orbitz Worldwide Inc. said Thursday it turned a profit in the first quarter thanks to higher hotel room bookings and sales of its vacation packages. The Chicago company reported a profit of $146.2 million, or $1.34 per share in...
ReutersBy Beth Pinsker NEW YORK, May 8 (Reuters) - When Barbara Grover and her husband received an inheritance they were not expecting five years ago, they planned a luxurious family trip. Rather than plowing the money back into retirement savings, the Grovers...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Cruises, Personal Service, Family, Travel
The Walt Disney Co.'s theme-park division turned in an impressive second fiscal quarter, with operating income skyrocketing 73 percent from the same period a year ago, according to results announced last week. But Disney's parks got a big boost from...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - When Barbara Grover and her husband received an inheritance they were not expecting five years ago, they planned a luxurious family trip. Rather than plowing the money back into retirement savings, the Grovers took their two...
Palm Beach County tourism officials on Tuesday celebrated several notable achievements, including back-to-back months of record-breaking bed tax collections and continuing upticks in hotel occupancy and average room rates. The news was delivered at an...
Jolene Malsam is Finance and Visitor Industry Manager for the Aberdeen Convention and Visitors Bureau. In 1983, Congress passed a joint resolution establishing National Travel and Tourism Week. In support, President Ronald Reagan signed a...
When it comes to fun in the sun, Florida offers many choices. For years, the savviest travelers have used a simple technique to identify the roads less traveled, yet most worthy of exploration. The key: Follow the locals. They more than anyone can lead...
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