Masks, Testing, Vaccine Mandates And More

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Planning a vacation has never been so complicated. With the delta variant spreading around the world, travelers are forced to navigate an ever-changing set of rules. Here’s what to know before you fly, take a cruise or check into a hotel.


This article was updated on September 5, 2021.

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one are the days of planning a carefree getaway on the fly. Nearly two years into the pandemic, it’s now painfully clear that we’re going to be dealing with Covid-related travel restrictions for months and years to come. So it’s essential to do some basic pre-trip homework to

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Feds probe NY Tesla crash that killed man changing flat tire

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FILE – This Feb. 9, 2019, file photo shows a sign bearing the company logo outside a Tesla store in Cherry Creek Mall in Denver. The U.S. government’s road safety agency has added another fatality, Friday, Sept. 3, 2021, involving a Tesla to the list of crashes it is probing due to the use of partially automated driving systems. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)

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The U.S. government’s road safety agency has added another fatality involving a Tesla to the list of crashes it is probing due to the use of partially automated driving systems.

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Travel authority serves up culinary kudos for San Antonio hotel

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San Antonio’s much-praised Hotel Emma at Pearl sits at the head of the culinary class among Texas hotels.


Hotel Emma, which opened in 2015, holds the distinction of being the only hotel in the Lone Star State highlighted on a new list from Fodor’s featuring the 11 U.S. hotels with the best restaurants.


“Hotels are no longer just for tourists, but a true gathering place for everyone,” Bill Petrella, general manager and CEO of Hotel Emma, tells Fodor’s. “While the definition of luxury has changed, travelers are seeking new, fresh, and authentic experiences, and are interested

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The Kushaqua: A series of failed inns, a golf club, a convent, and a seminary devoured by flames

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This is the second and final part telling the saga of the Kushaqua. The first part, “The Kushaqua: Colonel Church’s ‘mammoth hostelry’ rises on the shoulder of the Helderbergs,” was published on July 26, 2021.
 
Following Dr. F.J.H. Merrill’s decision in 1902 to lease his summer home, the Kushaqua reverted to its original function as a country resort hotel. H.B. Smith took over, investing in extensive renovations to update the building, renaming it the Helderberg Inn. His venture proved a failure with the inn going into receivership.

A large ad appeared in The Enterprise, announcing “Receiver’s Sale March 24, 1904”

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Top win probabilities entering the TOUR Championship

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After 11 months, 49 events, and nearly 1.4 million shots hit, the PGA TOUR season concludes this week at the lucrative TOUR Championship at East Lake Golf Club.

Merely making it to this point is a massive accomplishment on its own. This season, 641 players competed in at least one PGA TOUR event. That means that less than 4.7% of players to tee it up on TOUR in 2020-21 are in the field this week in Georgia, competing for the $15 million first-place prize.

Twenty First Group’s pre-tournament win probability modeling considers player form, historic factors, course fit and more

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Allegiant Announces Exclusive Las Vegas Travel Packages Specially Designed For Football Fans

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LAS VEGAS, Sept. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — With pro football preparing to kick off its season, Allegiant (NASDAQ: ALGT) is now offering exclusive travel packages to help football fans get to a game of their choice at Allegiant Stadium.

“We’ve long known that our customers are huge football fans, and they’ve told us through surveys and feedback that Las Vegas is their number one city when it comes to traveling to see their teams play. Our partnership with Allegiant Stadium and the Raiders gives us the opportunity to make that happen,” said Scott DeAngelo, Allegiant’s executive vice president

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