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The “How, Where, When and Why” of Traveling to Cuba

The “How, Where, When and Why” of Traveling to Cuba

Welcome to Cuba, a country of rich heritage, fine beaches and bewitching, weathered city centers. For the past half-century or so, American travelers have maintained a complicated relationship with this island country, having been locked out in the Cold War and ensuing decades. But travel restrictions started to loosen around ...

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TAV Opens its Fourth Primeclass Lounge in the United States

TAV Opens its Fourth Primeclass Lounge in the United States

TAV Operations Services opens its fourth Primeclass lounge in the United States; following Washington-Dulles and New York JFK Airports in the USA. The last addition to TAV Operations Services’ portfolio of airports in the USA has been Florida Palm Beach International Airport. TAV Operations Services CEO, Güçlü Batkın stated: “Today we ...

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Miami International Airport 101: The best ways to get to MIA

Miami International Airport 101: The best ways to get to MIA

Miami International Airport (code: MIA) is among the busiest airports in the world, accommodating over 100 airlines to more than 150 destinations around the globe. As the gateway to the Americas, MIA offers more flights to Latin America and the Caribbean than any other U.S. airport and is America’s third-busiest ...

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How I Traveled to Costa Rica for 2 Weeks for Under $500

How I Traveled to Costa Rica for 2 Weeks for Under $500

My friend and I were two millennials with passports, flexible work hours, and the dream of exploring Central America. The only problem? We had a very limited budget. Then, while browsing Google Flights, we stumbled across a deal that sent us packing our bags: $238 round-trip tickets from Denver to Costa Rica. We quickly ...

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10 unexpected foods to eat on the Caribbean island of Curacao

10 unexpected foods to eat on the Caribbean island of Curacao

Iguana, fish, fries, rice and fried plantain at Jaanchie’s in Westpunt, Curacao — Photo courtesy of Justin Blasi Daydreams of island vacations usually include sunny visions of pina coladas and freshly caught seafood enjoyed beachside. While Curacao has plenty of both, the country’s blend of influences – African, Dutch, Spanish, ...

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Beach Bash for Stump Pass scheduled for end of January

Beach Bash for Stump Pass scheduled for end of January

■ BY SUE ERWIN The Friends of Stump Pass (FOSP) will be hosting a “Beach Bash for Stump Pass” event from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25. This inaugural fundraiser will be held at the Lighthouse Grill at Stump Pass Marina in Englewood. “We’ve accomplished a lot of great ...

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The 10 Most Romantic Private Islands For Valentine’s Day

The 10 Most Romantic Private Islands For Valentine’s Day

Gladden Private Island in Belize Gladden Private Island My first private island experience happened totally by accident. Flying low over the Caribbean in a helicopter, I noticed an isolated island with a massive pagoda-style mansion and other villas under construction on a rocky bluff. The pilot took us closer for ...

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