TRAVEL BLOG

Canada to U.S. Visitors: Please Don’t Sneak Across the Border

In the province of Alberta, for instance, there were no tickets issued to American motorists in April, May or July, and only nine tickets issued in June, all in Banff National Park, said Cpl. Tammy Keibel, a spokeswoman for the R.C.M.P. in Southern Alberta. The federal police force didn’t start recording complaints about international license […]

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Book It: Four fantastic hotels for a cosy Cotswolds break

Chocolate box villages, thatched cottages rolling hills… and celebs in residence aplenty. What’s not to love? Team Stella round up the cream of the Cotswolds crop. The Fish Hotel, Broadway, Worcestershire Best for… A back-to-nature hideaway It’s the stuff of childhood dreams: the chance to spend a night in a treehouse, but with all the […]

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State Department lifts international 'do not travel' advisory, but hurdles remain

Transportation Security Administration agents help travelers place their bags through the 3-D scanner at the Miami International Airport on May 21, 2019 in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle | Getty Images The State Department has lifted its advisory against international travel for U.S. citizens after nearly five months, saying it instead would evaluate each country.  “With health […]

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Microsoft Flight Simulator's 2020 reboot may be the safest way to fly this year

(CNN) — Avgeek desktop gamers and wannabe airline captains can finally get the high-altitude fix they’ve been craving. Following a prolonged period of hibernation, the rebooted Microsoft Flight Simulator, officially available on August 18, could be the perfect antidote to pandemic-induced cabin fever — or to airplane cabin withdrawal symptoms, for those who’ve been bumped […]

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