Mistakes Tourists Make While Visiting Chicago

When people think of classic American cities, Chicago inevitably comes to mind. As such, the Windy City attracts a large number of tourists with its music scene, delicious restaurants and varied cultural attractions. “Chicago is one of the most diverse cities I know, and this shows itself in the foods and the experiences that are available for travelers,” travel blogger Hayet Rida told HuffPost. “Now, not everyone … Continue reading Mistakes Tourists Make While Visiting Chicago

If Airplane Seat Belts Don’t Fit You, Here’s How To Get An Extender

For many people, air travel often involves a seat belt that doesn’t fit. Some travelers find they need to get a seat belt extender: a piece that goes between the belt and the buckle to help the two connect. TikTokers such as Remi Bader, Nikki Garza and Adelia Lauren have shared their experiences with these items, and the term “seat belt extender on airplane” has millions of views on the platform. … Continue reading If Airplane Seat Belts Don’t Fit You, Here’s How To Get An Extender

How Alcohol Affects Your Body When You’re On A Flight…

(Huffpost) Ordering beer, wine or a cocktail while flying is a common move. For some, having an alcoholic beverage on the plane is a travel day essential to relax, take the edge off, celebrate a vacation or even to fall asleep on a long flight. But is this really the best option? Alcohol can leave you groggy and dehydrated. When consumed in excess, it may lower inhibitions … Continue reading How Alcohol Affects Your Body When You’re On A Flight…

SAY WHAT!! Woman duct-taped aboard American Airlines flight faces record $82K FAA fine

A woman who was duct-taped to her seat aboard an American Airlines plane after she allegedly attacked the crew and tried to open the door midflight faces a whopping $81,950 fine — the largest handed out by the Federal Aviation Administration to date. The passenger took off to viral video infamy when she was captured bound to her seat on Flight 1774 from Dallas to Charlotte, North … Continue reading SAY WHAT!! Woman duct-taped aboard American Airlines flight faces record $82K FAA fine

Traveler enters cockpit, causes damage on Miami-bound plane, American Airlines says

A traveler was apprehended Tuesday after reportedly entering the cockpit of a Miami-bound plane at a Honduras airport and causing damage, American Airlines said. The alleged incident happened during boarding for Flight 488 from Ramon Villeda Morales International Airport in San Pedro Sula to Miami International Airport, the airline said in a statement. The airline said the flight deck of the Boeing 737-800 was open … Continue reading Traveler enters cockpit, causes damage on Miami-bound plane, American Airlines says

Australia won’t welcome foreign tourists until at least 2022

CANBERRA, Australia — Foreign tourists won’t be welcomed back to Australia until at least next year, the prime minister said Tuesday as he outlined plans for lifting some of the toughest and longest COVID-19 travel restrictions imposed by any democracy. The country will instead prioritize the return of skilled migrants and students after it hits Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s benchmark for reopening its external borders: the full … Continue reading Australia won’t welcome foreign tourists until at least 2022

Your next Vacation Destination

1. Rome Both for its history as the capital of much of Europe and for its present day role as one of Europe’s most vibrant cities, for most tourists traveling to Italy, Rome heads the list of places to visit. Relics of its ancient glories—the Colosseum, the Forum, the Pantheon, the Appian Way, and the Palatine Hill—vie with the vast riches of the Vatican as the top attractions. But between the … Continue reading Your next Vacation Destination

More protests as US raises Hong Kong travel warning amid growing unrest

The United States raised its travel warning for Hong Kong, urging increased caution by visitors to the Chinese territory in the face of what it described as civil unrest after months of sometimes violent street protests. The protests in the Asian financial hub began with opposition to a now-suspended extradition law and have evolved into a direct challenge to the city’s government and calls for … Continue reading More protests as US raises Hong Kong travel warning amid growing unrest