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Points of Interest: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Search Continues, One World Trade Center Security Official Resigns

by Zach Everson. Posted Mar 31st 2014 10:03 AM
Australia Malaysia Plane
Associated Press
'The search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 continuing, the One World Trade Center security official resigning after some high-profile break-ins and Airbnb adopting a new tone on taxes are among today's points of interest.
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Points of Interest: Airlines Warned about Possible Shoe Bombs, easyJet Security Warned Because Passenger Wrote in Arabic

by Zach Everson. Posted Feb 20th 2014 09:46 AM
Security personnel screening passenger's shoes
Getty Images
A report that airlines were warned to beware of show bombs, a security alert on an easyJet flight after a man was seen writing in Arabic and what WhatsApp is a favorite -- not just of Facebook -- but of travelers too are among today's points of interest.
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Luxury Train Travel: 5 Trips For Locomotive Lovers

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Apr 13th 2011 07:00 AM
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Matt Hind/Orient Express

Train travel is not as glamorous as it used to be. In the States, riding the rails means crowded coach cars, cramped sleepers and quick-serve food. But, look beyond our shores and there are still some lines that evoke the glory days of traveling by train.
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The 10 Best Bathhouses in the World

by Cheryl Lock. Posted Feb 22nd 2011 05:30 PM
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Cagaloglu Hamami

Luxuriating in a bathhouse was a stalwart of ancient Rome, where these first spas were the go-to spots for healing and relaxation. But there are still bathhouses all over the world that welcome travelers seeking rejuvenation. Some are more than two thousand years old, while others are modern recreations of the good old days of taking the waters. These ten bathhouses should make their way onto your travel list.
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10 Cheap Travel Ideas for International Vacations

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Jun 1st 2009 01:33 PM

Sometimes we have to opt for budget travel. That's not to say it can't be fun, enjoyable, cultured or exotic. In fact, budgeting means you'll think more carefully about where you go and what you do once you're there. Although the price of accommodation is significant, think of the little costs too -- such as a bottle of wine, a pint of beer and a 10-minute taxi journey. These are the true costs that can make or break your budget trip -- and, incidentally, your bank.
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