American Tries to Avoid United’s Fate in Another Ejected Passenger Fiasco — Skift Business Traveler

In the wake of United Airlines latest violent passenger ejection, American airlines may have committed a similar mistake of their own. With the ability for instant communication mistakes, misunderstandings, and mishaps, can be advertised across the world in the blink of an eye. No one wants a repeat of what happened to United, but American may yet fall into...

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Why Is Iceland So in Love With Licorice?

Licorice is a candy that most agree is fairly vile. The taste is overpowering and if you have a sweet tooth, it’s not very satisfying. The ones that enjoy this kind of thing seem to be few and far between, unless you’re in Iceland. The population here has an absolutely bizarre fascination with this sweet, one that borders on love. Why Is Iceland...

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John Gorrie Ice Machine Museum in Apalachicola, Florida

Ice machines are so common nowadays no one bats and eye at the presence of ice on a boiling summer day in climes where ice really has no business being. The same can be said of air conditioning, but hardly any of us think about where these modern marvels actually started. In the most unlikely place in Florida there is a museum with all the answers. John Gorrie...

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BP Gulf Oil Spill Damage Valued at $17.2 Billion as Tourism Still Struggles

Even seven years after the fact, the effects of BP’s 2010 catastrophic oil spill are still being felt. The scars of damage to the local wildlife are still visible and tourism hasn’t quite recovered. After all these years the massive disaster is still echoing in the landscape and the local economy. Key Takeaways: BP Plc’s 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil...

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All Your Favorite Vacation Spots Have Been Overrun by Feral Chickens

If you’re strutting around Key West, odds are you’re going to run into a feral chicken or three doing the same thing. They’re everywhere, waking honeymooners with their squawking early in the morning, scratching up local gardens in the afternoon, and stealing from snowbirds’ plates at dinnertime. Their ubiquity has led to a certain cultural cachet: “They...

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Holiday Inn’s New Look Was Designed for the Millennial Mindset

Holiday Inns are getting a new look. The design is supposed to appeal to millennials. They are a huge force in the travel market so many things are meant to appeal to them lately. They spend a lot of money and have a lot of influence in almost all industries so it behooves people to cater to them. Holiday Inn’s New Look Was Designed for the Millennial Mindset

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Guests Can Rent Luxury Hotel Rooms by the Minute Via Recharge App

Why would a guest want to rent a hotel room by the minute? This seems strange and sort of unnecessary but is a thing. Maybe it would be useful if checkout time is coming and they need a bit more time. If you don’t check out on time you can be charged another night even if you don’t stay. Guests Can Rent Luxury Hotel Rooms by the Minute Via Recharge...

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Starwood Founder Launches New Extended Stay Brand Uptown Suites

Extended stay hotels are good for those who don’t want to stay only a night or two. You can rent them for longer periods. You can even stay longer than a month. Some actually live in these. This new brand which is opening seems like it will be very nice. Starwood Founder Launches New Extended Stay Brand Uptown Suites

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Barack Obama Took A Vacation Photo Of Michelle And The Internet Loves It

The former president was spotted serving as Michelle Obama’s dutiful Instagram husband on a boat near the French Polynesian island Moorea. It’s a familiar scene to anyone who’s ever gone on vacation with their significant other, until you learn the “boat” is a 454 foot yacht belonging to billionaire David Geffen, and that Bruce Springsteen, Patti Scialfa,...

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