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Just in Time for Summer Vacation: Family Travel Startup Offers Up to 70% off Hotels and Other Travel Products | State

NEW YORK, May 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Expedition, a global family-travel community started in 2020 by two former Wall Street Journal editors, this week launched a booking platform that offers families deep discounts on travel worldwide.

Families who sign up for a free membership can book the same hotels and car rentals as on public sites, but at a significant discount. With a paid Adventurer membership ($249 a year), they can score up to 70% off hotels and resorts.

“We started The Expedition to help families see the world,” said Ryan Sager, co-founder of The

The top markets for vacation homes

Consumers looking for a more permanent escape have been snatching up vacation homes in the middle of the great outdoors over the past year. 

As mortgage rates dropped across the board in 2020, homeowners were drawn to locations from Palm Springs, California, to Kissimmee, Florida, according to Vacasa’s “Top 25 Best Places to Buy a Vacation Home” report. 

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There was a range of locations with a plethora of outdoor activities, indicating that families were

Thai Princess Shuts Down Koh Samui Beach For Private Vacation as COVID Surges

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Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images

It’s a lovely time of year in Thailand, and Princess Sirivannavari, daughter of the unpredictable King Maha Vajiralongkorn, is determined to enjoy it.

With less than impeccable timing, Sirivannavari has decided it’s time for a diving vacation.

King of Thailand Allegedly Ruling His Nation From German Ski Resort With a Retinue of Concubines

Her alleged jaunt to the island paradise of Koh Samui comes as the country reels under a virulent third wave of the coronavirus, a disastrous vaccine rollout marred by cronyism, a complete shutdown of the pivotal international tourist trade, and a

Maren Morris Shows Off Bikini Body on Tropical Vacation: Photos

Maine officials worry April vacation travels will result in COVID-19 case spike

AUGUSTA, Maine (WABI) – Maine officials are worried that April vacation travels will lead to spikes in the spread of coronavirus, particularly in the state’s schools.



a large air plane flying in the sky: Maine officials are worried that April vacation travels will lead to spikes in the spread of coronavirus, particularly in the state’s schools.


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Maine officials are worried that April vacation travels will lead to spikes in the spread of coronavirus, particularly in the state’s schools.

DHHS Commissioner Jeanne Lambrew is reminding Mainers about current guidelines that are in place for testing and quarantine for out of state travel.

Visiting a state like Florida, for instance, calls for two weeks in quarantine upon your return.

Maine has also sent out rapid tests