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Friday, July 16
Joel Garner's Barbados
Opening a guide to summer in the Caribbean, Simon Briggs joins the cricketer Joel Garner at a Barbados institution – the Friday fish fry in Oistins... Telegraph (London)

Florida's Many Faces and Places
We've picked six great places to have fun in the Sunshine State for six different types of travelers, including seniors, foodies and beach bums...

Magnificent Montreal
Both Canadian and Québécois, part anglophone and part francophone, with one foot in the past and the other firmly in the future, Montreal is a city that defies easy categorization... Travel and Leisure

36 Hours in Nantucket
Though its downtown cobblestone streets and windswept fringes are now filled with expensive restaurants and bars, the island still has a swagger... New York Times

Tours and Activities
Best Countries for Solo Travelers
Taking off on a journey alone? Have no fear. Here are the safest, friendliest countries for your solo adventure... Travel and Leisure

Swim with the world's largest fish in Mexico
Everyone got excited when the 20-foot-shark, inches below the surface of the water, started circling slowly under our little fiberglass boat and wouldn't leave. What to do? Get in the water, of course... Yahoo Travel News

10 great places for BBQ with a unique sizzle
Stephen Raichlen, chef and author, shares his favorite places to sample the world of 'cue... USA Today

Who's Responsible for Warning Cruise Travelers About Dangers in Port?
When a ship visits a port of call where crime is a known issue, at least locally, is the cruise line and its staff responsible for warning its passengers?...

Cruise lines waive cancellation fees for St. Thomas excursions in wake of killing
Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises have waived cancellation fees this week for shore excursions on St. Thomas in the wake of Monday's killing of a cruiser on the island... USA Today

Boeing: Airlines to need $3.6 trillion in planes
The global airline industry is making a robust economic recovery and will need $3.6 trillion in new aircraft over the next 20 years, Boeing Co. said Thursday in its annual long-range forecast... Yahoo Travel News

Fees and fares are the same thing ... or are they?
The subject of airline fees was the story of the day in the airline industry, with reports coming in from publications across the nation... USA Today

Delivery of Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' may slip to 2011
The first delivery of Boeing's new 787 jetliner may slip into early 2011 because of inspections and instrument changes on the flight test aircraft, the head of the program said Thursday... USA Today

World's Best Hotels 2010
The results are in for Travel + Leisure’s 15th-annual reader survey of the absolute best hotels in the world... Travel and Leisure

Other and Odd
Five Tips for Driving Overseas
Here are five ways to drive overseas with confidence... Smarter Travel

Obama's Maine island long visited by rich, famous
President Barack Obama is the latest influential visitor to flee to Maine in search of a cool ocean breeze. When he arrives Friday for a three-day visit, he'll be the first sitting president to visit Mount Desert Island since William Howard Taft a century ago...Yahoo Travel News

365 Guide Tip for the Day
The Psychology of Travel Consulting – Creativity
There are a few ways to pump new energies into your thinking and to generate some new ideas for marketing and growing your business... Travel Research Online

Press Releases of Interest
Travel + Leisure 2010 World’s Best Awards Names Collette Vacations to its List
Company named in Tour Operators and Safari Outfitters category... Travel Research Online

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