Tag: travel

It’s happening: Young people are moving to golf communities

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U.K. to Open Up to Vaccinated American Travelers

LONDON—The U.K. is open to American visitors again. The government said it would allow vaccinated travelers from the U.S., and those from most of the...

With virus surge, US to keep travel restrictions for now

WASHINGTON — The United States served notice Monday that it will keep existing COVID-19 restrictions on international travel in place for now due to concerns...

7 new travel planning rules of the COVID era

A lot has changed in the travel world since the pre-pandemic days of 2019. Even if it seems like your life is going back to...

Canada to Welcome Fully Vaccinated Americans in August

By Robert Preidt and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, July 20, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Fully vaccinated U.S. travelers will be allowed...

Canada to Reopen Border for Fully Vaccinated U.S. Tourists in August

OTTAWA—Canada said it would allow fully vaccinated Americans to enter the country for recreational or tourist activities beginning Aug. 9, more than a year after...

Oliver Daemen, 18, is ‘super excited’ to join Bezos flight and become the youngest person in space

“ “Hi, I’m Oliver Daemen, and I will be joining Jeff Bezos, Mark Bezos and Wally Funk on the first flight of New Shepard. I...

Looking for a fun escape? Try a weekend getaway in Atlanta

You know this vibrant Southern city for its deep musical roots, professional sports teams and emerging reputation as a film production hot spot, but Atlanta is also...

My husband has $75K on his credit card and plans to spend $8K on sporting events. What can I do? Am I on the hook if he dies?

Dear Quentin, What steps can I take to protect myself from my husband’s financial decisions? We are both 47 and have a good income (together...

Covid-19 Delays Hope of Mecca Pilgrimage for Millions of Muslims for Second Year

Earlier this year, Ali Khalil Hussein, a 50-year-old Iraqi, resolved to travel to Mecca in Saudi Arabia this summer to perform the hajj pilgrimage, one of Islam’s...

I paid off my fiancé’s $40,000 truck. He wants me to refinance my home with a VA loan — and only his name on the deed

Dear Quentin, I’m a teacher, widow and mom of a toddler. I support myself and my daughter on one income. My fiancé was struggling with...

My husband’s sister and brother-in-law declared bankruptcy. The family helped them out — but they still spend, spend, spend

My husband has a large family, and his siblings have varying levels of financial security. One of his sisters is married with teenage children, and...

My sister and her husband said I should pay 40% towards our vacation rentals because they share a bedroom. Is that fair?

Dear Quentin, My sister, brother-in-law and I have traveled together a number of times on month-long trips. On previous vacations, we each agreed to pay...

This U.S. city has the highest share of superrich residents in the world — and it’s not New York, Seattle or San Francisco

If you’re hoping to mingle with multimillionaires this summer, you can skip the Hamptons and Lake Como. Where you’re most likely to bump into an...

Buckle up: This July 4, gas prices will hit $3.62 a gallon in some regions

Think about this when you fill your tanks this weekend. Heading into the July 4 holiday, gasoline prices are hovering at $3.09 a gallon on...

Covid-19 Vaccine Passport System Gets First Test in Europe

The European Union started rolling out a first-of-a-kind digital health certificate that permits people who have been vaccinated to travel freely within the bloc without...

WildLife

Being however assorted as it could be, India is a home to probably the best public parks, biosphere stores, and untamed life asylums on the...

Americans are still hesitant about getting on a plane

At the onset of the pandemic, airlines and hotels saw nearly identical declines in bookings as Americans quarantined at home, but new research suggests that...

Tourists Return, and Venice Wonders: How Many Are Too Many?

VENICE—In recent months, Piero Dri has luxuriated in the calm of Venice’s waterways. Covid-19 restrictions kept tourists away and reduced water traffic to a trickle,...

Why over 80,000 people want Jeff Bezos to stay in space

Get out and stay out! That’s the message from a couple of irreverent Change.org petitions calling for Jeff Bezos to stay in space when he...

The new cruise ship rulebook: What to know about booking a trip, getting on board, and other changes

You may have been able to hear the champagne corks pop and cheers resound on June 5 as the Celebrity Millennium cruise ship weighed anchor...

Thailand Once Shut Out Covid-19 but Is Now Pivoting to Living With It

Last year, Thailand was one of the world’s top performers at fighting the coronavirus. It sacrificed the tourism dollars that normally buoy its economy to...

5 Ways to Make Business Travel More Productive

June 18, 2021 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. For millions of professionals, business owners, salespeople and entrepreneurs, travel is a...

Chinese Astronauts Lift Off in Mission to Staff Space Station

HONG KONG—Thirteen years after former fighter pilot Liu Boming participated in China’s first spacewalk, the 54-year-old astronaut was sent into space again Thursday morning to...

U.K. unemployment rate drops again, as British stocks open at highest level since February 2020

The U.K. unemployment rate fell to 4.7% in the February to April period, government data showed, marking the fourth straight month of declines after the...