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by Jerry Soverinsky. Posted Jun 15th 2011 11:00 AM
Continue ReadingI'd been there before. The names and faces were different, of course, but the late-night, hotel bar scene is always the same. Young and old professionals, their faces tired from work and travel, cradled their drinks in a big city airport hotel after a day of meetings and conferences.
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by Jerry Soverinsky. Posted Jun 13th 2011 05:00 PM
Continue ReadingSUNDAY, JUNE 12 – Were it not for death stares from fellow passengers, ear-piercing cries during descent, and diaper changes punctuated by turbulence (the most daring Mile High Club, to be sure), flying overseas with a baby would be completely stress-free.
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by Adam Graham. Posted Sep 3rd 2010 12:30 PM
Continue ReadingYou know how it is when you arrive in an unknown city; you spend most of your time searching for a scene, then you stumble into a buzzing up-and-coming neighborhood just before you leave. It's hard keeping track of the newest and the coolest hot spots, as urban centers continue to renew themselves -- try locating where young chefs and artists are setting up shop for the affordable rents or where industrial wastelands have given rise to funky garden projects and innovative architecture.
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by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Aug 6th 2009 03:02 PM
Continue ReadingEvery year Skytrax, a company that specializes in aviation research, organizes a massive consumer satisfaction survey to determine the best airports in the world. This year 8.6 million passengers at 190 airports offered up their opinions on everything from airport navigation to culinary options to amenities, in order to establish this year's winners.
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