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Wow Air to launch Dallas route in spring 2018

Wow Air has unveiled a new service to Dallas, marking the low-cost airline’s 15th destination in North America. The inaugural service to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport will depart in May 2018 from Reykjavik, with the service operating three times per week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Skúli Mogensen, chief executive of …

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Switzerland in All Seasons

Switzerland is a small nation the size of New Jersey, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in natural beauty that beckons adventure travelers in all seasons. While the alpine nation is best known for skiing, there is plenty to do for summer visitors, those looking to …

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Five unexpected ways to save money on business travel

In today’s technology based business world, face-to-face interactions are becoming a selling point that many businesses overlook. Most people believe programs like Skype are more than appropriate to get the full picture of interaction before they do business, but that’s not entirely true. While you can have a “face-to-face” interaction …

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Top Vegetarian-Friendly Destinations Around the World

Traveling can present something of a dilemma for vegetarians. We love to explore the world like countless other travelers, but finding a vegetarian-friendly meal in a foreign country can be challenging at best, particularly when you don’t speak the local language. The website Oliver’s Travels recognizes how difficult it can …

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A Family Weekend in the Twin Cities

Now that we’re in the midst of autumn, families might be looking for weekend getaways to enjoy the fall weather. Minneapolis-St. Paul probably isn’t the first destination that comes to mind, but it should be. Though the Mall of America is one of the more famous spots in the Twin …

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