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Does Marriott's New Free Wi-Fi Cut Out Travel Agents?   

The good news is that Marriott is offering free Wi-Fi to frequent customers. The bad news is, it's looking for now at least, that the free Wi-Fi might not be available to those who book through a travel advisor, since Marriott is stressing that the perk will go to those who book directly through its online channels and toll-free reservations numbers. View

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October 31, 2014 | News

A crash involving space tourism company Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo during a test flight has killed one and seriously injured another, CNN... more >>


October 31, 2014 | News | By Newswire

Nordgård comes to Hurtigruten with a background in CRM and digital marketing, having worked as the CRM and marketing manager for DFDS Seaways prior... more >>


October 31, 2014 | News | By Newswire

The new production shows will have live singing complemented with musical tracks recorded exclusively for Silversea by artists such as London's Royal... more >>


October 31, 2014 | News | By Newswire

Costa Crociere Foundation evolved from social and environmental initiatives Costa Cruises has been involved in for years. Under the auspices of the... more >>


October 31, 2014 | News

Besides Sicily's sights, smells and sounds — the feast of wildflowers in rainy months, colorful street markets in towns and cities alike,... more >>


October 31, 2014 | News

McCarran International Airport officials say a $67 million construction project to swap out asphalt for more durable concrete is closing the... more >>

Chinese lanterns

January 10, 2015 | Deal

Travel agents have the opportunity to discover the rich heritage of China on an all-inclusive 11-day, 9-night trip departing on January 10, 2015. more >>

Snowy mountains

October 30, 2014 | Deal

Customers can cure “end-of-year blues” by choosing from over 45 reduced-price trips from the all-inclusive resort chain. more >>


October 30, 2014 | Deal

Blount is offering a discount of 20 percent off ‘The Big Apple to U.S. Capital’ or ‘D.C. to Boston’ itineraries and 15 percent off all other... more >>


October 30, 2014 | Deal

The One&Only Ocean Club in the Bahamas is offering four nights for the price of three with their “Beachfront Fall Escape” promotion. more >>


October 29, 2014 | Deal

Guests can sample Christmas sweets, regional specialties and Glϋhwein (or mulled wine), while listening to the Christmas choirs - all in the... more >>


October 29, 2014 | Deal

Perillo’s Learning Journeys is offering $250 per person savings on selected yoga, wellness and community experiences. more >>

American Empress’ Portland-Clarkston sailings include a stop at Stevenson, WA, home of the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center.

October 28, 2014 | Article | By Susan Young

With the American Queen Steamboat Company expanding west with new itineraries on the American Empress, Travel Agent spoke to Bill Diebenow, AQSC’s... more >>

Fontainebleau Miami Beach is lighting up its Chateau Tower all through October.

October 24, 2014 | Article | By David Moseder

Every October, a number of hotels help raise breast cancer awareness with special month-long, pink-themed promotions and amenities. Following is a... more >>

“Anna & Elsa’s Royal Welcome” parades through Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

October 23, 2014 | Article | By John Stone

The royal sisters of ‘Frozen’ bring star power to three of the attraction’s parks. more >>

South Seas Premium Room at Sandals LaSource Grenada includes a veranda with a Tranquility soaking tub.

October 22, 2014 | Article | By Joe Pike

The array of exciting new resort hotels that have opened throughout the islands over the last 12 months include several well-recognized names, as... more >>

Rodolfo Lopez Negrete, CEO of the Mexico Tourism Board, with John McMahon

October 21, 2014 | Article | By John McMahon

Los Cabos will be fully operational for this winter season and Mexico, as a tourism destination, is back bigger and better than ever. more >>

Michele Boyd of Signal Travel & Tours is adamant that getting a mammogram is the first

October 20, 2014 | Article | By Ruthanne Terrero

Michele Boyd, owner of Signal Travel & Tours, recounts her successful battle against breast cancer. more >>

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October 27, 2014 | Blog | By Richard Nahem

Fall 2014 in Paris has been abuzz with anticipation of an opening of a new major art institution and a long awaited re-opening of a favorite Paris... more >>


October 7, 2014 | Blog | By Jena Tesse Fox

On her trip to Las Vegas, TAC Editor Jena Tesse Fox got a chance to check out two very different group activities in Las Vegas. Here's what to try... more >>

Le Reminet

September 22, 2014 | Blog | By Richard Nahem

Dining in Paris can be expensive and the top starred restaurants command a 300-400 euro price tag per person for dinner. Our Paris blogger has... more >>

molitor pool

August 21, 2014 | Blog | By Richard Nahem

Nestled in a quiet upscale residential area next to the Bois de Boulogne Park and the Roland Garros Tennis Center is the latest five-star concept... more >>

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July 28, 2014 | Blog | By Richard Nahem

It’s summertime in Paris and what better way to beat the heat than to enjoy the extravagant, delicious, and sophisticated ice cream the city has to... more >>


June 26, 2014 | Blog | By Richard Nahem

Our Paris Blogger uncovers some French cuisine secrets at a Loire Valley Chateau. Find out more here. more >>

Costa Cruises' Costa Diadema Leaves Marghera Shipyard   

At 132,500 gross tons, more than 984 feet long, 121 feet wide and 1,862 guest cabins, Costa Diadema entailed a total investment of $694 million. View