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Walking The Dog

A woman was flying from Seattle to San Francisco. Unexpectedly, the plane was diverted to Sacramento along the way. The flight attendant explained that there would be a delay, and if the passengers wanted to get off the aircraft the...

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Official Global Travel Advisories

about Canada, Canada

Avoid non-essential travel outside Canada until further noticeAvoid all cruise ship travel outside Canada until further noticeMandatory COVID-19 testingStarting 11:59 pm (EST) January 6, 2021, all air passengers five years of age or older, including Canadians, will be required to...

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6 Tips for Planning Your Post-COVID Wellness Vacation

This January, two powerful forces for wellness travel converge: yearly New Year's resolutions to become or rediscover our best selves, and this year, the pandemic that's both kept us from traveling, and for many, fostered a lifestyle that may not...

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8 New Cruise Ships You Missed in 2020 - And Why to Sail Them Soon

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Can we hit the reset button on 2020? Usually, at the beginning of each year, we look forward to new ships guests will be among the first in the world to experience in their inaugural seasons. But in 2020, more than a...

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Snuggle Up In the World's Largest Log Cabin

about Montebello, Quebec

It’s made of an astonishing 10,000 western red cedar logs, and ‘logs in’ at a whopping 4-million cubic feet of volume.Fairmont Le Château Montebello lays claim to being the biggest log building on the planet. A massive lobby and rotunda...

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Look Ma, No Hands! Unmanned Air Taxis to Launch in Singapore

about Singapore, Singapore

It looks like something out of a science fiction film, but it could be the way you get your very next aerial tour of Singapore. In a world first, after two years of tests and collaboration with the island city-state...

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Multi-Generational Travel Part 1: 8 Tips for a Great (Extended) Family Vacation

Multi-generational travel is becoming more and more popular, as families live farther apart and active grandparents are up for some fun family adventure. Seeing as each generation has different tastes, abilities and interests, a successful trip takes some planning and upfront conversation. Multi-generational travel is becoming more and more popular, as families live farther apart and active grandparents are up for some fun family adventure. Seeing as each generation has different tastes, abilities and interests, a successful trip takes some planning and upfront conversation.

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Mom’s Black Bean Turkey Chili Recipe a Warming Winter Meal

Source: crosbys.com/moms-black-bean-turkey-chili/
January 7, 2014 Source: crosbys.com/moms-black-bean-turkey-chili/
January 7, 2014

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8 Tips for a Multi-Generational Vacation in Practice Celebrating 90th Birthday Mexican Style

about Cancun, Mexico

In April 2019, 4 generations of the Robinson family and friends (23 in total) travelled from different parts of Canada to congregate in Cancun, Mexico to celebrate the 90th birthday of the family patriarch. Not only was it nice to see...

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Turkey Soup Recipe

A good homemade Turkey Soup recipe a go-to after holiday meals! Tender chunks of leftover turkey, carrots, onions, celery, and pasta noodles are simmered in a delicious homemade turkey stock. Serve it alongside some dinner rolls and transcend into comfort food heaven! A good homemade Turkey Soup recipe a go-to after holiday meals! Tender chunks of leftover turkey, carrots, onions, celery, and pasta noodles are simmered in a delicious homemade turkey stock. Serve it alongside some dinner rolls and transcend into comfort food heaven!

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'Wave Season,' the Black Friday of Cruises, Is Here

Source: What is 'Wave Season,' And Why Should You Care? | Condé Nast Traveler (cntraveler.com) Source: What is 'Wave Season,' And Why Should You Care? | Condé Nast Traveler (cntraveler.com)

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The Best Celebrations Around the World For You To Ring In the New Year

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At long last, 2020 is wrapping up, and a New Year full of hope is just around the corner. This feels like the kind of year you’d toast the year past as early as possible, then call it a night,...

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