Travel in the News
Estonia, US make strides on visa-free travel, but criticism grows (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Estonia, a staunch ally of Washington, has made strides in talks on visa-free travel to the United States for its citizens, authorities said Wednesday, amid domestic criticism of an alleged climbdown.
Local students will travel to UN hearing (The Post-Standard)
Two Syracuse high school sophomores leave today for Geneva, Switzerland, for a United Nations hearing on racial discrimination and the United States' human rights record.
Why We Travel (New York Times)
STROLLING ALONG THE BEACH AT SUNRISE, CANCÚN, MEXICO, JAN. 14, 2008 Gengquan Liao, 26, a student of food sciences at Penn State University, from Guangzhou, China. “I’m very curious about what’s going on outside of China, so I travel a lot; I’m hoping to visit all the corners of the earth someday.
Travel Picks: Top 10 places to fly solo (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
No one to go on vacation with or escaping a broken heart? That's no reason not to travel, according to travel Web site IgoUgo which has come up with the world's top 10 places to fly solo.
Travel-Tips for Finding that Custom-Tailored Trip (Salisbury Post)
You're out to conquer the world, one vacation at a time. And to help you along the way, we scoped out niche resources covering 10 popular travel categories, from dietary (vegan tours to Italy, anyone? Anyone?) to pet-friendly (including info on pet sitters).
Jury convicts travel agent in credit card scheme (Mobile Press-Register)
BAY MINETTE -- A Baldwin County jury on Friday convicted a former travel agent of bilking her clients out of more than $30,000 in a credit card swap scheme she orchestrated in the first six months of opening her business.
Report Says 45 States See Home Sales Drop (WSB-TV 2 Atlanta)
Home sales drop in 45 states in the fourth quarter of 2007, the National Association of Realtors say.
Travel in style to world's greatest race. (Crash.net)
Tour specialists offering a range of packages for those wishing to travel to Le Mans in 2008.
Forest Service finishes South Belts Travel Plan (Helena Independent Record)
After eight years and numerous starts and stops, the South Big Belts travel plan is finished.
Dumas Couple Living in FEMA Travel Trailer (CW Arkansas)
While the CDC and FEMA want to move thousands of families living along the Gulf Coast out of travel trailers, there are Arkansans living in those same homes.
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