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Planned Merger of Thomas Cook and Co-op Society Provisionally Approved

The Competition Commission of UK has released a provisional approval to the plan of Thomas Cook and the Co-Operative Group and Midlands Co-operative Society to merge their UK High Street retail travel businesses. This deal will bind three of the largest companies in the United Kingdom. Thomas Cook at present has 780 stores while the […]

July 25th, 2011 | Posted in New,Travel | Read More »

Travelodge Outlines Plans for Metro Hotels

In an attempt to meet the increasing consumer demands for small hotels, Travelodge rolls out its plan to build hotels in Metro styles in prestigious office blocks and locations in UK. The proposed properties will have 20 to 40 rooms. This move will enable Travelodge to establish small hotels in sought-after and highly priced areas […]

June 1st, 2011 | Posted in New,Travel | Read More »

Mexico Safe Now for Spring Breakers


So much had been told about the safety of Mexico’s spring break destinations for college students who aim to set parties, in the wake of reports regarding drug-related violence in the some parts of the region. The University of Houston is one of the colleges that had stressed strong warning to students about the safety […]

March 11th, 2011 | Posted in Featured,New,Travel | Read More »

Singapore Celebrates Grand Prix Season with a Bang

The air is filled with excitement as the Grand Prix Season draws near in the City of Merlions. The Grand Prix Season is set to be held on September 17 to 26, 2010. The more than a week long celebration will be welcomed with parties, a series of art exhibitions all around the city and […]

September 7th, 2010 | Posted in Featured,New,Travel | Read More »

Great Buzz Over NYC’s Holiday Season

A wonderful annual tradition in the “city that never sleeps”; New York’s annual holiday season just made itself felt as snow began to fall in the city streets. New York Holidays are extremely popular among tourist and is a cherished holiday for locals as the city comes to life with a wonderful and warm ambience […]

August 7th, 2010 | Posted in Featured,New,Travel | Read More »

East Coast heat wave and a surge in the stockmarket may raise gas prices.

NEW YORK – Crude oil is on the slight rise again as it closed at $74 dollars today as the stock market rallied. Drivers still got a break at the pump though as AAA reports gas prices dropped by 0.3 cents to $2.72. Today’s fall out dropped the price of gas by 3.4 cents compared […]

July 7th, 2010 | Posted in Featured,Finance,New,Travel | Read More »

Gas prices fall for the 4th of July weekend.

CHICAGO – AAA is reporting that highway travel is expected to be higher this upcoming holiday weekend than last year. Over 35 million people are expected to hit the roads. The fourth of July continues to be the busiest travel weekend of the year, as child are out of school and the weather is normally […]

July 1st, 2010 | Posted in Featured,New,Travel | Read More »

10 must know travel tips for a stress free trip

TIP ONE Pick a vacation destination that really, truly offers something for every family member – Look for hotels, resorts and getaways that have a wide variety of activities; golf for dad, spa for mom, structured kid’s clubs for children. TIP TWO Don’t overschedule your vacation – Our families are so busy.  We balance school, […]

June 30th, 2010 | Posted in Featured,New,Travel | Read More »

Continental Airlines is going to offer specialty cocktails

“We continue to search for premium offerings to give our customers more choices inflight,” said Mark Bergsrud, senior vice president of marketing programs and distribution. “The new specialty cocktails are top-quality products for our customers to enjoy.” Continental Airlines partnered with Stirrings, the leading premium cocktail mixer brand, to offer its Mojito and Pomegranate Martini. […]

June 30th, 2010 | Posted in Entertainment,Featured,Travel | Read More »

American Enhances Existing 737-800 Fleet

American Airlines today announced that the second of its original 76 Boeing 737-800s – which are being updated to match the customer benefits and amenities featured on its newly-delivered 737-800 aircraft – begins flying with a range of new features to improve the travel experience. Once the updates are completed, American’s initial fleet of 76 […]

June 29th, 2010 | Posted in Featured,Travel | Read More »

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