Travel & Leisure

Unique Places to Spend the Night Around the World

It’s always fun when visiting a new place to take a look at some of the sights that might not appear in the typical guidebook, and the same can be said for where to rest your head. Whether or not you’re ready to embark on your next adventure yet, it never hurts to start planning. Consider adding some of these unusual lodging experiences to the itinerary when borders are open again and it’s safe to travel. From a floating sauna hotel to one made from a converted airplane, here are some of the most unique places to spend a night

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Travel Can be Stress-free & Gratifying But Not a Cattle Ride

Travel Can be Stress-free & Gratifying But Not a Cattle Ride

Travelling is all about discovering the world, invigorating your whole mind and body, and make the necessary change to your lifestyle. It is a must for everyone out there to do some out-of-the-box activities, bring out the new facet or simply connect yourself with mother nature, and go through a surreal environment.   

Travelling ultimately provides you with a concrete path to come out of the bustling cities, 9 to 5 jobs, and explore a completely new setup with great vibes. It is also a great way to give yourself enough time, explore the senses within, and a stress-free setting … Read More

Vegas Execs Sue Online Travel Firms, Allege Unpaid Hotel Tax | Business News

By KEN RITTER, Associated Press

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two prominent Las Vegas communications executives have sued more than 20 online travel companies for back taxes that they say should have been paid to Nevada based on hotel room rates.

On behalf of the state, Mark Fierro and Sig Rogich accuse hotel room booking services including Orbitz, Hotwire, Expedia, Travelocity, Priceline and of intentionally underpaying hotel taxes going back at least several years.

“There’s no way the online travel companies did this mistakenly,” Rogich said in a statement.

Their lawsuit was filed in state court in April but sealed

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Wales to decide whether to allow cross-border travel with England

The Welsh Government’s cabinet is meeting today to decide on the country’s new border rules, as England emerges from lockdown.

England’s lockdown ended at midnight and travel restrictions have been lifted on anyone living in Tiers 1 or Two – this means holidays in England (barring Tier 3 areas) are back on the cards for English residents, so long as people follow social distancing rules.

The Welsh Government originally said it would update its travel policy in light of the changes in England. However, no announcement was made on this matter on Monday, as initially expected, and Welsh tourism businesses

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