Tina D. Thompson

14 Best Travel Sunglasses for Beaches & Vacations

Sunglasses are one of those traveling essentials you should have with you. It is critical to safeguard your eyes with UV protection when touring the world as a traveler – the easiest and most stylish solution? Wearing sunglasses.

It’s never too early to look forward to summer vacations. All that’s required this year is a little outdoor fun and leisure beneath the beautiful blue sky. Ensure you have the right shades to rock the ultimate summer chic or the correct safety eyewear for your summer trip activities while planning and preparing your checklist!

Before you start spending, there are a

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How to avoid getting duped by “worthless” travel insurance amid new threat of COVID cancellations

Holiday travel is expected to rebound this summer after two years of disruptions caused by the pandemic. But Americans heading overseas should be prepared for potential flight cancellations as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.

To make matters worse, travelers may have more trouble getting their money back if they test positive. Airbnb, for example, said it’s dropping cancellation exceptions for COVID starting May 31, which means a host’s original rules will apply.

One way to minimize the pain of cancellations is by choosing the best type of travel insurance. CBS News senior travel adviser Peter Greenberg said that was the

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Canadian travel agents are driving the destination, says JTB’s Donovan White

By April 16, 2022, Jamaica had removed all protocols relating to COVID-19: there’s no entry test required, no travel authorization needed, and no limit on capacity at hotels or mask mandates.

“We do recommend, as we’re still in a pandemic, to be cautious and encourage visitors if you’re in a crowded place, to put on a mask,” said White.

Travel advisors have been key to the Jamaica Tourist Board’s marketing strategy, detailed White, who described how the JTB has stayed engaged with advisors during the past two years, sending information, updates and regular newsletters highlighting what’s new on island and

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Hyatt Saw ‘Record Level Of Leisure’ Demand for Travel. The Stock Is Up.

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CEO Mark Hoplamazian pointed to a strong pace of bookings for business and group travel.


Hyatt Hotels‘ quarterly results were better than expected thanks to strong demand for leisure travel.

An adjusted loss of 33 cents-a-share in the first quarter was narrower than analysts’ estimates of 38 cents, according to FactSet data. Total revenue of $1.28 billion for the March quarter was higher than the $1.11 billion analysts predicted. A year earlier the hotel chain generated a $3.57 per share net loss.

Revenue per available room, a key hotel industry measure known as

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