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Traveling With Pets

Between May 2005 and May 2010, more than 122 dogs died aboard flights, according to the U.S. Transportation Department. Only the airlines that allow animals to be carried in the cabin had zero pet deaths, said Petfinder.com, an online database for adoptable pets. One of the biggest problems about traveling with a pet it has to do with the extreme …

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Quest Of The Gods

Submerge in this exciting adventure to Sputh America’s lungs and explore the wildest natural landscapes of the continent. From $2549.00 you can take this 14 days package and to visit one of the most beautiful places in South America. Departure Dates on Sale: Nov 16 Day 1 Arrive Lima Day 2, 3 Amazon Rainforest Day 4-5 Cuzco Day 6-9 Inca …

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Pharaohs’ Footsteps 2010 – 11

Starting at $869.00 try this 15-day adventure that includes excursions to the Egyptian Museum and the Pyramids, Abu Simbel, the Valley of the Kings, Karnak, the Luxor Temples, the Red Sea and more. Feel the experience of traveling by first class train, a felucca and by coach. Day 1 and 2: Cairo Day 3: Cairo – Aswan Day 4 and 5: Aswan

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U.S. to issue travel alert in Europe

The Obama administration is considering to warn U.S. citizens to be alert as they stay in Europe, providing updated guidance prompted by al-Qaeda threats, American and European officials told the Associated Press. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because a final decision has not been announced.

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China – Hong Kong to Beijing

Enjoy eighteen days packed with China’s major sights and out-of-the way gems with the freedom to choose those that interest you. From $1579.00 you can have the opportunity to discover and to share your appetite for adventure. Day 1-2 Hong Kong Day 3-5 Yangshuo Day 6 Yichang

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Europe from the inside: London to Rome

Looking for a nice place to visit? You can’t miss this opportunity.  Starting from $1295.00 you can have the experience of a great journey London to Rome seeing the stunning winter or spring facade of France and Switzerland on the way! Day 1 London to Paris, France (option to join in Paris) The trip in Europe will start in the …

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An airport designer experiences

If there’ss somebody who knows about being in a plane, thats William Hooper, an architect who specializes in airport design.  “I’m an airport architect, and people either like what you did on a job or hate what you did and, of course, could do it better”. Most of the time, to travel has more to do with the experience of …

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Fly to Peru with Lan Airline

It’s time to discover Peru with this incredible fares and tour its magnificent cities and towns that offer great architecture, gorgeous scenery and warm people. Enjoy the exclusive in-flight services of LAN as you discover a country rich in history. Purchase your ticket to Peru now! Travel to Peru and visit Lima, Arequipa, Cuzco, Juliaca, Piura and Puerto Maldonado with …

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Bandit taxi crackdown at Los Angeles International Airport

With holiday flying in full flower, Los Angeles International Airport is cracking down on “bandit cabbies,” those who approach passengers as they wait for ground transportation. Their promise: cut-rate, sometimes “first class” ground transportation to your hotel. In a limo, perhaps. Airport police say these illegal, for-hire operators are unsafe. Neither the California Public Utilities Commission nor the City of …

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Qantas takes bigger bite of Big Apple

Qantas is taking a somewhat bigger bite out of the Big Apple. The long-range, transpacific specialist increases the number of weekly flights from New York to Sydney from three to five early next year. February 27, 2006 Australia’s far-ranging flag carrier adds a pair of weekly departures from John F. Kennedy International Airport. The extra flights are not nonstops. They’ll …

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