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How to Deal with Airline Delays, Changes and Cancellations

How to Deal with Airline Delays, Changes and Cancellations

A few winters ago, we were traveling from our home in Western Massachusetts to Boston's Logan International airport for a flight to join our small group tour to Iceland. We got the call that due to weather, our flight was delayed until the next day. In this age of COVID, other passengers are having flights delayed, cancelled, re-routed, and changed. In this blog post, The Traveling Professor gives the best advice on how to deal with these airline issues.
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5 Great Tips on How to Travel in Luxury on Budget Prices

5 Great Tips on How to Travel in Luxury on Budget Prices

I don't know about you, but I like nice hotels, comfortable seats on planes and trains, private limos, and preferential treatment when going to museums and other attractions. But then again, I don't like to pay those ridiculously high prices. The Traveling Professor has some great ideas on how to live a life of luxury while on vacation in Europe without spending as much as you think you would.
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What is ETIAS and What You Need to Know About It

What is ETIAS and What You Need to Know About It

U.S. and Canadian citizens have pretty much been able to travel to most European nations without anything but a passport. But there is a good possibility that might change in 2024 with the introduction of the ETIAS travel authorization program. What is ETIAS? How does ETIAS affect you? What is needed to get an ETIAS authorization? Find out in today's travel blog post.
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