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Free Travel eBooks

The travel planning and ideas website, Tripbase, has released a series of seven free travel guide books.  These are all in PDF format, and downloadable from their website. There is a generic travel tips book, and …

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33% bigger new bus carries fewer passengers

London’s classic Routemaster doubledecker bus was loved by Londoners and visitors alike. A new design to replace the older Routemaster is ugly and inefficient. Why not simply build more Routemasters?

New webpage on Upmarket Orlando

As the number of visitors coming to Orlando has steadily grown (now more than 50 million a year) the area diversified and developed, adding new tourism products and experiences of more specialized interest, over and above the core ‘family fun’ type products that had been its staple to start with.
Nowadays, there is an impressive arrange of deluxe hotels, fine dining, boutique shopping, and all sorts of activities, from relaxing indulgent spas to high energy speedway racing, hang gliding, and flights in historic biplanes.

Bad news for travel to London

The new British government’s decision not to allow extra runways at London’s Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted airports will harm the London region and British economy, and make it more difficult and expensive for us as travelers to get to and from London.

Airfare to New Zealand

An amazing $399 airfare bargain from LAX or SFO to Auckland, New Zealand on Air New Zealand

Thoughts on Ash Avoidance

Suggestions on how to minimize the threat of disruption caused by the Iceland volcano ash

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