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LOS ANGELES — The number of travelers during the Thanksgiving holiday is expected to be near prepandemic levels, but public health officials are urging people to take precautions as the risk of coronavirus transmission is still a possibility — especially for those who are unvaccinated.

More than 600 days after the Trump administration shut U.S. borders, a majority of international travelers are once again welcome. For those returning after a long hiatus, a few things may be different: the president, the hotel and restaurant landscapes, and the documentation required at the… Read more

TAMPA, Fla. — I was kicking myself as a lifelong Floridian that I had never tried an airboat trip. It’s an experience that isn’t easily found, but I discovered that it’s worth the time. Read more

ATLANTA — With the holidays fast approaching, experts are predicting travel this season to reach prepandemic levels. But with busy airports come delays, cancellations and, in 2021, the possibility that you or another passenger will test positive for COVID-19. All together, that means even th… Read more

Is there anything more delightful than glinting sunlight, splashing water and the aroma of something delicious wafting from a waterside bistro? Fodor’s Travel blog recently ranked the nation’s top riverwalks, places where a waterfront stroll includes not just beautiful views, but restaurants… Read more

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Is there anything more delightful than glinting sunlight, splashing water and the aroma of something delicious wafting from a waterside bistro? Fodor’s Travel blog recently ranked the nation’s top riverwalks, places where a waterfront stroll includes not just beautiful views, but restaurants… Read more

Car rental agencies were caught out this year, as spring and summer travel sprang back suddenly in response to rising COVID-19 vaccination rates and caused a surge in demand that companies couldn’t meet, having sold off large portions of their fleets when the pandemic hit. This, of course, d… Read more

There’s a U.S.-centric sequel now to Lonely Planet’s best-selling “Ultimate Travel List.” The travel guide company has just released its first “Ultimate United States Travel List” ($25), which showcases — and ranks — the country’s 500 most memorable destinations and experiences, from the Met… Read more

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DALLAS — Southwest Airlines canceled more than 350 flights Monday following a weekend of major disruptions that it blamed on bad weather and air traffic control issues. The pilots union accused the company of a botched response to what it said would have been a minor challenge for other airlines. Read more

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CEDARBURG — A 22-year-old former Cedarburg resident crossed climbing Mount Kilimanjaro off her bucket list and has even broken two world records through World’s Highest OCR, an organization that allows travelers to climb into a crater once atop the mountain and have the chance to complete an obstacle course. Read more

LIVERMORE, Calif. — Cherry red. A throttle on the handlebar. Two wheels … and two seats. When we arrived at Pedego Electric Bikes in Livermore, our ride — a tandem electric bicycle — was already pulled out of the shop, gleaming in the hot morning sun. We clipped on our helmets and got ready … Read more

Data taken from a new Momentive (formerly SurveyMonkey) survey has revealed some intriguing insights into how the American public is altering its approach to travel amid COVID-19 and highlights some trends that the industry should take into account while riding out the ongoing pandemic. Read more

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WASHINGTON — In a major easing of pandemic travel restrictions, the U.S. said Monday it will allow foreigners to fly into the country this fall if they have vaccination proof and a negative COVID-19 test — changes replacing a hodgepodge of rules that had kept out many non-citizens and irrita… Read more