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5 Tips For Choosing The Best Travel Nurse Recruiters

5 Tips For Choosing The Best Travel Nurse Recruiters

by Cassandra Martinez, RN BSN With so many opportunities and countless information found in travel nursing, your greatest resource is your travel nurse recruiter. Their job is to answer all of your questions, keep your profile up to date, and submit you for your next big assignment. Your recruiter is the link between what you […]

23 Travel Tech Essentials That Will Upgrade Every Part of Your Trip

23 Travel Tech Essentials That Will Upgrade Every Part of Your Trip

23 Travel Tech Essentials That Will Upgrade Every Part of Your Trip | Travel + Leisure 23 Travel Tech Essentials That Will Upgrade Every Part of Your Trip Source link

The best solo travel holidays

The best solo travel holidays

The best solo travel holidays  Jewish Chronicle Full coverage Source link

Travel woes force cancellation of Aces-Mystics game

Travel woes force cancellation of Aces-Mystics game

Posted: Aug. 3, 2018 7:00 am Updated: Aug. 3, 2018 7:20 pm The game between the Las Vegas Aces and Washington Mystics on Friday night has been canceled. The decision was made about 1 1/2 hours before the scheduled tip-off in Washington. Las Vegas had an adventure getting to Washington with travel woes causing the […]

Travel calendar

Travel calendar

GEORGIA Blue Ridge — The Mercier Orchards Hard Cider & Beer Festival, Aug. 25, features tastings, live music and food vendors. www.mercier-orchards.com. Blairsville — The Grape Stomp Fest, Sept. 1, features live music, local vendors, food and wine and a Lucille Ball lookalike contest. www.exploregeorgia.org. Douglas — The South Georgia BBQ & Outdoor Festival, Sept. […]

When it comes to a career in travel, the sky's the limit

When it comes to a career in travel, the sky's the limit

It’s a family affair! What are your roles at Flight Centre? Hello! We are Stephanie Fallon, Human Resources Operations Leader; Ashleigh Conwell, National Campaigns Manager – Flight Centre Marketing; and Emily Fallon, Travel Manager –  Corporate Traveller. What appealed to you about working for Flight Centre when you started? Stephanie: I started at Flight Centre […]

The Best Portland, OR Travel Tips From Our Readers

The Best Portland, OR Travel Tips From Our Readers

Damn, we’re excited to go back to Portland. Over a hundred commenters gave advice for visiting or living there in this week’s Hack Your City. While rapid growth threatens to stifle what made the city so attractive, for now Portland is still a quirky, fun, easygoing city where it’s hard to have a bad time. […]

The best places to travel to are the ones where no one cares you're there

The best places to travel to are the ones where no one cares you're there

As someone tasked with providing travel advice for readers, I often feel like I’m on a fool’s errand. After all, one person’s dreamy beach vacation, city break, or cruise ship cabin is another person’s overpriced packaged holiday, stressful urban jungle, or touristic nightmare. Who am I to tell them where to spend their precious time […]

Violet Moore loved to travel, spend time with family

Violet Moore loved to travel, spend time with family

Violet Moore Courtesy of Oliver Funeral Home Violet Moore was born to travel. In her 92 years, she explored Boston (she was impressed with the USS Constitution); road-tripped across the West Coast (she thought California was too overpopulated); and rode the Maid of the Mist at Niagara Falls (she couldn’t stop laughing about how drenched […]

Late Summer Travel: Bargains Abound

Late Summer Travel: Bargains Abound

(NBC News) If you still have the urge for a late summer getaway, there might be a nice surprise waiting when you go to make reservations. Experts say it’s much cheaper to buy most anything related to travel in August. “As kids head back to school you start to see demand slow, even as early […]