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  • 30 March

    Several cruise lines have announced that they are extending their paused operations as a result of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Here’s the latest… Carnival Carnival Cruise Line is extending the pause of North American operations to May 11. Guests and travel advisors are urged to use Carnival’s website as its offices in the greater Miami area remain closed at the […]

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  • 27 March

    We know that luxury travel advisors are working their tails off, coming to the rescue for their clients but we’re sure you’re still looking to stay up to date on the latest supplier developments for when we return to “business as usual.” In the meantime, Luxury Travel Advisor will continue to post exciting news despite the COVID-19 pandemic […]

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  • 27 March

    Most of the world may be living under coronavirus travel restrictions right now, but travel dreaming is our quarantine cure. And, if Europe is on your wish list for later in the year, here’s some fun news. Wet your whistle at a popular watering hole in Prague, newly revamped after closing for a renovation. The […]

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  • 26 March

    Caribbean destinations continue to react to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with some closing their borders and others implementing travel restrictions. Here’s the latest… Anguilla Anguilla has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders. As of 11:59 pm on March 20, Anguilla closed its airports and seaports for 14 days for all passenger movements. All persons arriving […]

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  • 26 March

    Posted: 03/26/20 | March 26th, 2020 As many of you know, I have the coronavirus. Well, had. I’ve recovered. Luckily, I had a mild case. It felt like a really bad cold. At first, I developed a small cough that I associated with allergies and my asthma. However, on the second day, I developed aches […]

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  • 25 March

    On Wednesday, Congressional leadership and the Trump Administration came to agreement and released the text of a massive $2 trillion coronavirus relief package, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. While it is expected to pass both chambers of Congress and be signed into law by President Trump in the coming days, it […]

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  • 25 March

    Just a quick boat ride from Ibiza, the undeveloped island of Formentera is a tranquil, secluded hideaway of white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters. While Ibiza has a reputation for a thrilling nightlife scene fueled by star international DJs, its sister island Formentera—the smallest of the Balearic islands, encompassing 32 square miles—is known for its […]

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  • 25 March

    Updated: 03/24/20 | March 24th, 2020 I loved visiting San Francisco from the start. It’s a city home to hippies, techies, artists, immigrants, students, and everyone in between. There’s incredible music, wold-class food for all budgets, some of the BEST Asian food in the country, parks galore, and amazing bohemian vibe to it. With so […]

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  • 24 March

    Travel Edge has announced Shannon Whitebread joins the company as its new director of business development. Whitebread will be responsible for exploring the advisor landscape, analyzing target markets and identifying prospective opportunities with the objective of driving Travel Advisor acquisition.    Whitebread joins Travel Edge with a history of working in the leisure, travel and tourism industry. […]

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  • 24 March

    Updated: 3/15/2020 | March 15th, 2020 When I went to college (university as non-Americans say), a few of my friends studied abroad. They came back glowing from life-changing experiences, telling stories of new friends, spontaneous trips to exotic locations, foreign beauties, “weird” food, and life lessons learned. Their tales made it sound like they lived […]

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