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Snapshot: What travel to Cuba looks like today
Collin Laverty, founder and president of Cuba Educational Travel, which specializes in legal and licensed trips to Cuba, says his company's bookings have increased more than 300 percent since Obama's announcement, and that uptick has already taxed …
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Sen. Heinrich repays 00 in improper travel costs
WASHINGTON — Sen. Martin Heinrich , D-N.M., has repaid the U.S. Treasury $ 1,900 for improper travel reimbursements he received since January 2013 after USA TODAY brought the expenses to his attention, the senator's spokeswoman said Thursday.
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Travel Like a Genius—Tips From Einstein
Activities always found a way into Einstein's travel itinerary. Simple hikes in the woods with his kids, a classical concert, or just hanging out with a drink and violin (which he played brilliantly). Einstein always carved out time to enjoy the …
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Luxury bus service aims to meet growing Houston-Dallas travel demand
Danza said the Dallas-based company is targeting something unique to Texas: four metro areas, each about 200 miles apart, with frequent travel between them. "The people I know, I think they have thrown their arms up about flying," Danza said. Those who …
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Have Blog, Will Travel: Aniko Villalba's Solo Latin-American Odyssey
In the process, she showed the world that it's possible to literally live to travel. Her name is Aniko Villalba, she was born in Argentina, and she's a a social communicator turned traveler, writer, and photographer: three coexisting personalities that …
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Asia Travel Tips: Eat, Meet and a Dusty Street
I cover nine markets in my role at Criteo—Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam—so I am constantly traveling, almost every week, to some place or another. Favorite hotel? I enjoyed the Alila Diwa …
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Friends Who Travel Together Form Closer Bonds And Have Better Experiences
Nobody could ever take those away. So, if you're able to convince your friends to pack their bags and start a new chapter across the seas, keep them close: The friends who travel with you will be some of the greatest friends you could possibly ever ask …
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Bitcoin hit a record high of $7,828 on Wednesday but has been sliding since developers behind an update known as SegWit2X revoked their support for the plan.

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How a Chinese travel rule spooked luxury investors
Restrictions on mainland Chinese visitors to Hong Kong have caught Wall Street's attention, with worries growing that the rules could hurt luxury merchants. A pedestrian walks past a Tiffany & Co. store on Canton Road in the Tsim. Brent Lewin …
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