Fourth of July Cruise Deal: 4 is your Lucky Number
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Fourth of July Cruise Deal: 4 is your Lucky Number

The Fourth of July holiday has us in a celebratory mood and we’re ready to kick off the holiday with some great last minute cruise deals. How about you? These Carnival Cruise Line adventures all depart in July and feature last minute pricing specials designed to sell out quick. We have partnered these low prices with a complimentary bar coupon booklet to get your cruise started right. Call our Cruise Experts at 1-866-836-6963 to...

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LastMinuteTravel.com Survey Reveals it’s All Work and No Play for Americans

It’s Summer and if you’re looking at your vacation days account at work and seeing a surplus, you’re not alone. As it turns out, Americans are terrible at actually taking a vacation. Here at Last Minute Travel, the premier online travel booking site, we are encouraging Americans to break the habit of not using all of their hard-earned vacations days and have some fun. A new survey by LastMinuteTravel.com finds that...

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Pets on your Disney Vacation? Sure!

Can’t bear to leave your pet at home while you travel to Central Florida with your family? Don’t worry. A new luxury pet resort to open at Walt Disney World Resort will provide the best care while you’re enjoying the local theme parks. Reservations are being accepted for pet boarding stays beginning Aug. 27, 2010, for the new Best Friends Pet Care Resort. After it opens, it will be the new central location for all...

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Can you spot the deals? This week’s Play to Play destination clue

It’s time for a new Play to Play clue (check out the original blog post for more information). No riddles, anagrams or trivia: this week, a picture is worth a thousand words! Look at the photo below to figure out this week’s featured city. The photo itself is a clue (think sunshine, swimming and family fun) but we’ve also hidden four clues within the picture. Take a close look. Figure it out? When you do, just head over to our Travel...

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DOT proposes higher compensation for bumped passengers

The Department of Transportation is thoroughly making over the rules airlines must comply with when it comes to safety and passenger comfort. They’ve already limited the amount of time an airplane can spend in the tarmac before penalties start to accrue, now they’re focusing on undisclosed fees and overbooking that leads to involuntary bumping of passengers. Currently, airlines must compensate passengers for involuntary...

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