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I had the chance to spend a bit of time in the city of Hurghada while visiting Egypt. All I can say is Wow! Hurghada is one of the main tourist centers and the third largest city in Egypt. It … Continue reading
YES, it is safe to travel to Egypt! I honestly have never felt safer than when I was in Egypt. They take safety and security very seriously. Be A Smart Traveler; Your Responsibilities It is no more dangerous to visit … Continue reading
Half of the 10 destinations the Society of American Travel Writers recommends for holiday lights are in the Southeast. SATW members compiled a list of 10 destinations with light-up-the-night displays that might be lesser known than destinations such as Times … Continue reading
Royal Jordanian, VIA Rail Canada conclude agreement enabling RJ passengers to land in Montreal and travel to Ottawa and Toronto
Via Rail Canada is a special friend to Travel World and we’re excited to bring you this press release from Via Rail about an exciting new agreement between Via Rail Canada and Royal Jordanian Airlines. Click Here for the Via … Continue reading
The first thing that you need to plan a good vacation is an idea of what you want to do, and surfing the net on a Dell is an easy way to find things to do. With today’s transportation, a … Continue reading
In my previous post, I railed against Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe and his arrogant tone when confronted with the fact that his carrier could not be bothered to register its contest for Quebec residents to be eligible…all the … Continue reading