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It's still July, and some of us have yet to take a summer vacation. But the fliers in the Sunday paper have already signaled the seasonal barrage of back-to-school promotions, which means school, and fall, are not far behind.
Virgin gets its U.S. wings, AA cuts fares to Aruba, ATA says aloha this fall, and more news you need from the airline industry.
Cheers from Toronto. I'm visiting our northern neighbors to take part in the city's first Luminato Festival of Arts and Creativity. If you're up for having some summer fun as we visit North America's fifth largest city, then hop on board.
The best new transcontinental airline debuts with great fares and a new route to Asia gives the industry heavyweights something to worry about.
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From travel_bound: "We spent six days in the UK at the end of June and beginning of July. We joined the Royal Oak Foundation in the US, which was a great decision, to get into all National Trust sites."
From lyndahart246: "My nineteen year old daughter and I just returned from a week in Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo. We stayed two days in Itxapa at the Park Royal which is right on the beach with lovely views."
From themitch: "Okay, so we're a bit old to be having a road trip (I'm 35 and my wife is 34) but we're English, so this is as close to an American road trip as we're probably going to get."
From BamaBrad: "I just booked a four day trip for my wife and I to GLN over a return visit to Sandals thanks to a price I couldn't turn down. After reading some reviews on other sites, I have to admit I wonder now if I made the right choice."
From bethshikesconnellan: "We will be attending a wedding there and would still like to stay close to the hotel, and to mass transit. Oh, it needs to be kid-friendly, too."

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