Amtrak setting the standard against Coronavirus

As scientists continue to push forward towards getting the much awaited vaccine for Coronavirus, there’s additional news to smile about. Amtrak travelers cannot be more happier to hear the news. Amtrak has announced that it is waiving all change and cancellation fees for reservations made by September 30th, 2020. As we all know, the travel …

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Cruise lines introduce virtual muster drill

A cruise vacation is the most anticipated experience for anyone. Whether one has sailed twice, five times, or twenty times, sailing day is a momentous occasion. Before sailing, guests are instructed to attend the muster drill. All guests are required to attend the muster drill in accordance with International Maritime Law and the maritime safety …

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Theme parks cautiously reopening in Coronavirus era

May’s finally here, and it’s finally that time to get things kicked off for the summer. At the expense of the Coronavirus, theme parks around the country had to hold off on opening until given the green light. With the country finally reopening for business and loosening restrictions, American families cannot wait to enjoy the …

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Amtrak, riding the rails after Coronavirus

Traveling by train is the most convenient way to reach any destination. Minus the stress of going through airport security, it is simply the greatest way to go. Unfortunately, the entire travel industry has been significantly impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak. The airlines have temporarily cut flights, the cruise lines have suspended sailings until mid-May, …

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