Top 10 in Travel News: Week of March 22, 2017

Travel newsTHE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. New $149 California-Spain flights – and it’s not Norwegian
  2. Madame Tussaud Used Beheaded Politicians to Create Her Original Waxworks
  3. 10 Most Expensive Places to Live in the World
  4. JetBlue considering service to Europe
  5. Time is Running Out for The Queen Mary
  6. The Goodyear Blimp Is Dead
  7. Driverless flying taxi service set to launch in Dubai
  8. Too Many People Are Going to New Zealand. And That’s a Problem
  9. Titanic tours to take trippers to ocean floor to see doomed liner
  10. How a Stranger Kept 1 Mom Alone With Twin Babies From Being Kicked Off a Flight

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2 Comments on "Top 10 in Travel News: Week of March 22, 2017"

  1. I have a question about travel insurance. You’ve recommended companies in the past but I have lost that info. I purchases travel insurance through Travel Guard as I was having trouble finding a company who would insure me. My legal address is Memphis, TN but I have booked a cruise through a Canadian company. Since we are flying out of YWG to Quebec City, then taking a cruise which ends in Boston, MA. I will fly back to YWG. I’m learning that most companies will only issue insurance if your trip starts & ends where your “permanent residence” is. I’ve called 2 other companies & was referred to Travel Guard by Liason International. I should have read up on Travel Guard first instead of buying a policy from them, then checking them out online. I’m in the process of cancelling that policy but am looking for an “honest” insurer. Can you offer any advise on who I should contact.

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