Wednesday, December 21, 2011

How Did 2011 Travel Fare | New FAA Sleep Rules | Costa Rica's Wild Peninsula

Wednesday, December 21, 2011
2011 has arguably been a rough year for international travel.

From the start of 2011, the Arab Spring revolutions have deterred travel to Tunisia and Egypt. Japan, too, is still waiting for its tourism sector to fully recover after the country was struck by an earthquake and tsunami.

Natural disasters and revolts aside, it was already assumed that the global economic climate would have an effect on travel. So, how did 2011 fare?
New York City Reaches Goal Of 50 Million Tourists
FAA Issues Rules To Prevent Tired Airline Pilots
VIDEO: TSA Parody: Video Spoofs TSA Grandma Patdowns
PHOTOS: Creeptastic Asylum Welcomes Tourists
Florida County To Go Nude For European Tourists
Joseph Satto: Playing Paparazzo On Costa Rica's Wild Peninsula (PHOTOS)
As the vast abundance of species go about the daily business of eating and avoiding being eaten, they barely recognize visitors' existence.
Diya Luke: 7 Tips For Flying With Young Kids
It may not be as smooth as a business trip, but traveling with toddlers can be less exhausting by making a few adjustments.
Travel & Leisure: Traditional Holiday Foods From Around The World (PHOTOS)
The same old, same old won't necessarily be available abroad, so if you're leaving home for the holidays, embrace the opportunity to savor the season as celebrated in another part of the world.
Elizabeth Thorp: 8 Luxury Musts For Your 2012 Bucket List
We've got it bad. Wanderlust, that is...

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