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Granted it's Travelocity's job to get you to buy tickets, but if you're looking to snag a good deal, it's smart to look at its data to get an idea of how much you'll be paying and how much when you purchase the ticket will affect the final price.
As China grows, so does how much the country's inhabitants travel, especially when it comes to business travel.
While the United States has lead the pack in terms of spending on business travel, Americans are about to be overtaken by the Chinese: by 2016 China will have the world's largest business travel market, according to Global Business Travel Association (GBTA).
What does that mean?
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The kiosks, which were developed by tech company City Corridor and are popping up in hotels and businesses across the country, are outfitted with large touch screens. Travelers can view information about attractions, see restaurant menus, print out maps and even make reservations through the kiosks. Some kiosks also are programmed to print out information in several different languages to cater to foreign visitors.
Although it's not yet complete, the Al-Maktoum International Airport opened its doors to passengers this weekend. The first plane to land at the new hub , a flight from Budapest, was welcomed with a water cannon salute when it touched down.
The new facility is the country's second airport and is located about 50 miles away from Dubai International Airport, already one of the world's busiest gateways. Last year, 57 million passengers passed through its terminals.
Upon investigation, the Australian Federal Police found 7.7 pounds of meth in each bag, worth about $7 million. There's likely a Breaking Bad joke in there, but, sorry, didn't watch it.
"The alleged con involved a Canadian-based website targeting elderly Australian couples with the potential to win the all-expenses paid trip," according to Perth Now. Ok, so maybe not all Canadians are delightful.
Katharine and David Lowrie became the first people to ever run the length of the continent when they crossed the finish line in Venezuela last week. But their arduous journey began way back last year on the first day of the London Olympics when they set off from the southern tip of Chile.
The intrepid pair was determined to complete the journey and strode on despite all sorts of unpleasant conditions, be it hurricane-force winds, knee-deep mud or slippery ice. The temperatures they faced were no better, ranging from one extreme (14 F) to another (113 F). And if running miles in these conditions wasn't bad enough, the couple did it all while they dragged their supplies behind them. There wasn't much reprieve at night either, with the couple hunkering down in wonky tents as they tried to gather their energy for the next grueling day of running.
Rules that were put in place in 2010 state that airlines will be penalized if they keep passengers waiting around on the tarmac for more than three hours. In United's case, all the rule breaking happened on one particularly stormy day when 13 separate United flights were delayed because of thunder and lighting. According to the rules, United was meant to give passengers the chance to get off the plane as it was obvious flights would be held up. But the carrier didn't. And to top it off, bathrooms on the some of the delayed planes weren't working, leaving passengers in the lurch.
Upon news of Reed's death, The New Yorker unlocked access to "Diary by Lou Reed: The Aches and Pains of Touring," which it published in 1996.
In the piece, Reed chronicles 10 days on the road, talking about stints in Lintz, Antibes and Prague, and lost luggage, lengthy layovers and exploding shampoo bottles. The similarities between Reed's travels though and your last European visit ends there: Reed was hanging out with David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Vaclav Havel.
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