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TRO Travelgram: Oct 1



Tuesday, October 1
36 Hours In... Los Angeles
The time for sneering at Los Angeles is over – California's most eccentric city deserves to be loved... Telegraph (London)

Beyond Beer and Lederhosen: Top 10 German Destinations
Autumn in Germany may be synonymous with beloved Oktoberfest, but this European powerhouse has more to offer than beer, pretzels and lederhosen. With its majestic castles, renowned vineyards, romantic valleys and stunning Alpine villages, Germany is not a country to be overlooked on a trip to Europe this year... The Huffington Post

Dancing, Dining and Daiquiris in Cajun Country
Fall is one of the best times to visit this region of big flavors and lively culture in southern Louisiana... New York Times

Tours and Activities
12 Must-Try Street Foods Around the World 
"Street food, I believe, is the salvation of the human race." So proclaimed Anthony Bourdain, passionate street food advocate and consumer, at the inaugural World Street Food Congress in Singapore... The Huffington Post

Oregon Wine Tours
Equestrian Wine Tours leads horseback riding journeys throughout the Northern Willamette Valley wineries and vineyards... USA Today

Hiking Hut-to-Hut in the Presidential Range
Soaking climbs, sweeping views and hospitable huts are all part of a trek through the White Mountains in New Hampshire... New York Times

Pacific Storm Reroutes, Delays Cruise Ships
Three Holland America Line cruise ships and one Norwegian Cruise Line ship were forced to reroute or remain in port after a strong Pacific storm tore through the Pacific Northwest on

Is a guaranteed cruise cabin a good deal?
With cruise lines about to launch a bunch of sales as part of National Cruise Vacation Week (Oct. 20-27), some unusual fares are likely to pop up including the category of "guarantee cabin." These fares are often the lowest available, trumpeted in promotions or when a particular cabin category is sold out. But they involve a bit of a gamble... USA Today

Will new FAA device rules start cabin fights?
With the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) now considering allowing fliers to use select devices throughout all phases of flight, the debate over whether personal electronics, or PEDs, interfere with airplane navigation systems seems to have quieted down a bit...

Could Dubai shut airport to support bigger 'super-hub?'
Dubai International Airport is in the midst of an expansion that will allow it to handle as many as 90 million passengers a year. But there's already talk it could be closed as part of an effort to support a new "super-hub" airport under construction at another site near Dubai... U
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