The cruise industry completely shut down when the covid-19 pandemic began in March of 2020. Cruise ships travel all over the world, and each country has its own health and safety standards, which gives the CDC a high level of control over the cruise industry. All three have returned to full-fleet this summer and Carnival is actively looking to grow its stable of ships, having recently partnered with the Italian company Costa Crociere for a pair of Italian-themed ships which will start deploying next year.
- Jets Wire
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My family of four stayed in a windowless stateroom on the Disney Magic, and for all the money we saved, it was totally worth not having a balcony.
The company got rid of the free FastPass+ and replaced it with two paid services that keep evolving.
President Michael Bayley gave some straight answers on pre-cruise covid testing and potentially dropping vaccine requirement at a Q&A during the cruise line's President's Cruise.
- USA TODAY
The ship is currently in Juneau, Alaska for assessment, according to a cruise line spokesperson.
- Travel Noire
St. Louis, the second largest city in Missouri after Kansas City, is home to all kinds of Black-owned businesses.
The first Level 3 DC fast chargers of Rivian's "Adventure Network" come online this week and you'll never guess where.
The new tech is part of an effort to speed crowds through airport security this summer.
The major U.S. cruise lines still require pre-cruise covid tests. Signs suggest those rules could be loosened or even go away.
"It will help, but we're bound to see mass cancellations until the end of the summer," an expert from Scott's Cheap Flights told Travel + Leisure of the schedule change.
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- American City Business Journals
American Airlines is ending another nonstop route through Charlotte Douglas International Airport this fall as it continues to grapple with an industry-wide pilot shortage.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyROME—Money may not buy happiness, but it does by property, and Bill Gates, who was recently rebuffed in his bid to buy the historic Danieli hotel in Venice has now settled on one of the best addresses in Rome to build the city’s first six-star hotel, according to purchase records filed with Rome’s City Hall.The Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts group that Gates controls through Cascade Investment LLC, along with billionaire Saudi investor
- HuffPost Life
Stop hating on Disney Adults and start learning from them. Here's their advice for planning the most relaxing and fun getaway to Disney World or Disneyland.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The segment highlighted the city's mail boat jumpers, the Shore Path and Mars Resort.
- The Takeout
After attending multiple weddings over the past three months, I’ve come to the conclusion that only a seasoned wedding attendee can: The hors d’oeuvres are always better than the plated dinner. Just as the traditional wedding cake is no longer a mandatory staple of any couple’s special day, the food served to guests at the reception can be customized to best suit each individual event.
- Yahoo Life
Get ready to have your mind blown with this genius product that helps prevent your toiletries from leaking onto the rest of your luggage.
- American City Business Journals
Miami-based high-speed intercity rail Brightline may not be stopping at Walt Disney World's Disney Springs, but it still plans to get riders as close as possible. The multibillion-dollar passenger train project's plans to have a station on Disney property fell through after Disney confirmed to Orlando Business Journal that the rail line's configuration did not support such a station. Brightline's current route is expected to take it from Orlando International Airport along State Road 528 and Taft-Vineland Road — with stops in the Orange County Convention Center/International Drive corridor — and then down Interstate 4 toward Tampa.
- Charlotte Observer
Are mornings the best time of the day to fly out of Charlotte Douglas International? You might want to reconsider.