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October 2019
"Trump Effect" Boosts "Foe" Destinations
Virtuoso Examines "Fire of Desire" 
Carnival: Green Cruising on the Horizon

Public Gardens Light Up for the Holidays
Nashville Named Priciest City for Sleeping

Trump Effect" Boosting "Foe" Destinations

Contrary to White House policies and persecutions, US travel to Cuba, Iran and Mexico is way up, according to Intrepid Travel. 


Virtuoso Examines "Fire of Desire" 

Travelers in 2020 are seizing the day and prioritizing trips now, fired up by the belief that customized experiences are the best investment of their money and time, according to the latest Virtuoso Luxe Report.


Carnival: Green Cruising on the Horizon

Carnival Corporation, which holds the tag as the world’s largest leisure travel company, is partnering with leaders from maritime and engineering industries to pilot the world’s first fuel cell system designed to power large passenger vessels by as early as 2021.


Gardens Around Globe Set Aglow for Xmas

By Susan McKee  

As the daylight dwindles, city centers, botanical gardens and other public outdoor venues turn on fanciful light shows to attract visitors. November and December are the prime months for such extravaganzas.


Nashville Named Priciest US City for Hotels

Not all cities are created equal – especially when it comes to average daily rates at favorite hotels. To that end, Nashville may just be the the most expensive city in the United States to stay overnight, according to a survey released by Cheaphotels.

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