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Puerto Rico to Tourists: Stay Home!

By Zac Thompson

Posted on 07/23/2020, 2:00 PM

Because Puerto Rico is part of the United States, flights to the island from the mainland were never completely halted this spring due to the pandemic. But in March, Puerto Rico's government imposed a strict lockdown—involving a two-week quarantine for new arrivals, a nightly curfew for everybody, and the closure of all tourist attractions and nonessential businesses—ensuring that if you did go...

JetBlue Offers BOGO Airfare for Autumn and Winter Travel

By Jason Cochran

Posted on 07/23/2020, 2:00 PM

JetBlue, like all airlines right now, needs to boost both business and passenger confidence. So the carrier has announced a flash buy-one-get-one sale for 3-night air-and-hotel packages. As long as you book a round-trip flight by Monday, July 27, you can get a second round-trip flight for free.  The deal is good for travel between September 7, 2020, and February 10, 2021 (with some blackout ...

Another Island Paradise Is Welcoming Digital Nomads for Yearlong Stays

By Zac Thompson

Posted on 07/22/2020, 8:00 AM

If you can work from home, you can work from a pink-sand beach.  The island of Bermuda, a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean, is offering one-year residencies to foreign workers and students who are able to do their jobs and carry out their studies remotely.  The Bermuda government's motive for the program is primarily economic.  The global pandemic has had a devastati...

CBP Changes Tune Again: Delays Global Entry Enrollment for Third Time

By Frommer's Staff

Posted on 07/21/2020, 6:00 PM

U.S. Customs and Border Protection just can't seem to get it together. Yet again, the agency has delayed the reopening of enrollment centers for Global Entry and TSA PreCheck. The centers have been shuttered since March. At first, CBP said Americans could resume applying as of July 6. That announcement had scarcely been uttered before the government re-announced a postponement of August 10.  ...

Take a Look at Nashville's New Dolly Parton–Inspired Rooftop Restaurant

By Zac Thompson

Posted on 07/21/2020, 12:00 PM

In the divisive times we're living in, Dolly Parton is one of the few public figures you could fairly describe as universally beloved. (The only others we can think of are Betty White and Baby Yoda.) The country singer, songwriter, theme park magnate, and maximalist style icon is being celebrated with a new rooftop restaurant in Nashville, where she built her career. The new establishment is in...

Amsterdam Re-Closes Parts of Its Red Light District

By Pauline Frommer

Posted on 07/20/2020, 1:00 PM

On Saturday, July 18, some of the streets in Amsterdam's Red Light District were closed. Authorities tweeted warnings to stay away in both Dutch and English. Although the area is most known for its brothels, the closure didn't come about because of worries about coronavirus transmission through prostitution. Instead, the city's position was that some of the area's walkways are too tight. Bar...

New U.S. Olympic Museum Is Your Only Chance to Cheer on Team USA in 2020

By Zac Thompson

Posted on 07/20/2020, 12:00 PM

The 2020 Summer Olympics were originally scheduled to kick off in Tokyo at the end of this week. Because of the pandemic, the games have been pushed back to 2021.  But at least one Olympics-related project is moving forward this summer.  The brand-new U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado, opens to the public on Thursday, July 30. Constructed over the last thr...

The Country of Georgia to Accept Long-Term Foreign Residents—Including Americans

By Pauline Frommer

Posted on 07/20/2020, 10:00 AM

One of our most popular recent stories has to do with three countries that allow Americans not only to visit, but also to live for six months to a year. It's a scenario that many are finding extremely appealing, especially now that so many of us realize we can work from anywhere and don't necessarily need to be tethered to an office in the United States. Add the country of Georgia to the digial...

American Airlines and JetBlue Become Partners

By Pauline Frommer

Posted on 07/20/2020, 9:00 AM

The first sign that something was unusual was that my cell phone rang, and it wasn't a scam. My friend Jill was on the other line, and she asked breathlessly, "Is it true?" When I said, "Is what true?" she replied,  "Is it true that you could now think you were booking a JetBlue flight but end up on an American Airlines plane?" The answer is: only if you're not careful. But in a rare m...

Mayflower Replica Soon to Sail Home to Plymouth—How to Track It Along the Way

By Pauline Frommer

Posted on 07/17/2020, 3:00 PM

As the Broadway musical Hamilton has shown us, the more we learn about the founders of the United States, the better equipped we are to wrestle with today's issues (though some critics argue that Hamilton doesn't contend sufficiently with slavery and its long-lasting damage).  The importance of getting a full picture of the past applies to the Pilgrims, too. You might have heard that those buck...

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