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Breaking Down Travel to Cuba: Yes, You Can Still Legally Go There

With Cuba being only 90 miles away from American soil, many Americans have longed for the opportunity to travel to the Caribbean nation, freely. After nearly six decades of travel to the “Pearl of the Antilles” being practically impossible, Americans are making their way to the island in droves. Despite…

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Opinion: Should Americans Still Travel to The Dominican Republic?

The Dominican Republic has been the go-to vacation travel spot for Americans as of late with most of the island’s tourists coming from the United States. The Caribbean island has seen a massive increase in tourism since 2018. The Spanish-speaking island on Hispaniola had 6.5 million tourists and is the…

No Room at the Inn for Airbnb Guests with Disabilities, Study Shows

It is a common frustration people with disabilities share when traveling: from trying to find an accessible rental car, to transferring into your seat, to praying that your motorized wheelchair isn’t damaged as it’s thrown into storage. All you are thinking is, “Please get my belongings and me to my…

Trump On Track to Outspend Obama's Two-Term Travel Costs in One Year

President Donald Trump’s travel expenses are estimated to surpass those of former President Barack Obama in less than one year. Before taking office, Trump frequently criticized his predecessor for his golf outings. Trump has been in office for 81 days and has already spent an estimated $21.6 million on trips…