State 2022 fall foliage and travel season underway | Arts and Entertainment

NEW YORK — Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul recently announced the start of New York state’s 2022 fall foliage and travel season, highlighted by the return of I LOVE NY’s Fall Foliage Reports and a new I LOVE NY broadcast and digital marketing campaign to showcase popular fall activities and attractions. I LOVE NY is also collaborating with the state’s network of heritage tourism destinations on this year’s Path Through History Weekend, scheduled for Oct. 8 to 10, which will feature special events at the state’s historic sites. “From colorful foliage…

Chamber Destinations Travel Program – Upcoming Informational Meeting: Italy

Effingham, IL-(Effingham Radio)-The Chamber Destinations Travel Program will host an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 27 at 5:00 p.m. at the Effingham County Chamber office located at 903 N Keller Drive, Effingham. A representative from Collette, a world premier travel company, will present: Spotlight on Tuscany. Trip details include: May 2-10, 2023 9 days, 10 meals Round trip group transportation from Effingham to St. Louis Lambert International Airport Round trip air from Lambert, air taxes & fees, and hotel transfers Highlights: The rolling hills of Tuscany are home to sprawling…

Volleyball to face Bluefield State Wednesday, Travel to Maryland for CIAA Round-Up this Weekend

Story Links WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Winston-Salem State University volleyball team will travel to Bluefield, West Virigina, tomorrow, Wednesday, September 21 to take on Bluefield State inside Ned E. Shott Gym. This weekend the Rams will travel to Bowie, Maryland to compete in the CIAA Round-Up hosted by Bowie State on September 24-25 in the A.C. Jordan Arena. Event Information Opponent: Bluefield State (4-10, 0-0) Date/Time: Wednesday, September 21 | 6 pm Location: Bluefield, West Virgina (Ned E. Shott Gym) Media: Watch |Live Stats Event…

Four Nations Impose Travel Restrictions On Russian Citizens As The Issue Divides Europe – The Organization for World Peace

Four European countries bordering Russia have recently released a joint statement on new restrictions against Russian travellers. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland all cite the threat to national security created by allowing Russian tourists into European borders, as well as the moral responsibility of letting Russian holidaymakers access Europe during their state’s brutal invasion of Ukraine. This move, which is the first of its kind ever imposed in the European Union, comes after the EU announced it would create more obstacles and difficulties for Russians who are wishing to obtain…

Signature’s revenue has reached new heights: Travel Weekly

Signature Travel Network members’ sales numbers are up, president and CEO Alex Sharpe said at the cooperative’s annual Owners’ Meeting in Nashville. Revenue from preferred hotels and resorts in the second quarter was the highest Signature has ever seen, Sharpe said. Cruise revenue this year is up more than 10% from 2019, while cruise revenue for 2023 is up nearly 30% from how 2020 revenue was tracking in September 2019. Sales of preferred land products are up 26% from 2019, and 31% above where 2020 was forecasted to be in…

Challengers Set to Fend Off Feds’ Attempt to Throw Out Travel Vaccine Mandate Lawsuits

Challengers to the travel vaccine mandate will tell a federal court judge on Sept. 21 their cases should go ahead and not be declared “moot” as argued by the attorney general. “Canada was one of the few countries in the world that had a travel ban on unvaccinated citizens flying within the country and to different provinces. This travel ban has not been cancelled, only suspended, and so court action must continue,” said lawyer Eva Chipiuk in a statement. Chipiuk works with the legal advocacy group Justice Centre for Constitutional…

Cruise Travel Is Growing in Mexico

Mexico received 1,517 cruises from January to July 2022, representing a solid recovery since the pandemic’s beginning. A total of 3.6 million cruise passengers arrived in Mexico in the same period. ADVERTISING Trending Now The first seven months of 2022 represented Mexico with a foreign exchange income of USD 271.7 million and a tourist average expenditure of USD 75, exceeding 18.2% of what was registered in the same period of 2021 (USD 63.5). According to Mexico’s secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco Marqués, the ports that received the highest number of…

13 must-have items the TPG team can’t travel without

When it comes to a long flight or an airport delay, having your favorite travel items is key. The perfect sleep mask, cozy apparel or noise-canceling headphones can go a long way when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep while jet lagged or staying comfortable during a long flight. Whether you’re traveling solo, with co-workers, family or friends, there are a number of products that can enhance your travel experience from start to finish. Sign up for our daily newsletter Each year, TPG team members travel thousands of…

Aruba Launches ‘Have Dog, Will Travel’ Promotion for Limited Time Only

In celebration of National Dog Week kicking off on September 19, the Dutch Caribbean Island of Aruba has just launched its new ‘Have Dog, Will Travel’ promotional campaign. ‘Have Dog, Will Travel’ invites visitors to bring their canine companions along on their tropical vacations to experience ‘The Aruba Effect’ for themselves or, alternatively, for pups to enjoy their own staycations at home while their parents are away. ADVERTISING Trending Now The ‘One Happy Island’ partnered with pet-centric companies Wag! and Avvinue on this fresh promotion, which spotlights dog-friendly hotel deals…

Expert Predictions and Tips for Flying

The number of travelers flying this holiday season is expected to meet, if not surpass, 2019 levels. But flying over Thanksgiving and Christmas will likely be less chaotic than this summer, experts say. These are the best and worst days to fly, and when you should buy your tickets (right now). Loading Something is loading. Flying this summer was enough to scar even the most experienced traveler, leaving many of us wondering if the industry will be able to clean up its act in time for the quickly approaching holiday…