Travel

Getting the World Clean, One Recycled Bar of Soap at a Time

When hotel or motel guests check into their rooms, they expect at the very least to be greeted with a…

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Who Ended the Travel Mask Mandate? A Vaccine Critic, a Florida Judge and 2 Anxious Travelers

When the federal mandate requiring masks to be worn on planes and other public transportation crumbled last week, it was…

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Where Do Travelers Need to Wear Masks Now?

A federal judge in Florida struck down the federal mask requirement for planes and public transit on Monday, which had…

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Mask Mandate for Planes and Public Transit

WASHINGTON — A federal judge in Florida struck down themask requirement on airplanes, trains, buses and other public transportation on…

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Masks Stay On: C.D.C. Keeps the Mandate on Planes

Despite great pressure from airlines, the hospitality industry and Republican lawmakers to lift the rule requiring masks on planes and…

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In Wisconsin: Stowing Mowers, Pleasing Bees

As I drove last May through Appleton, Wis., the small town offered up a series of idyllic scenes: children playing…

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Rising Fares, Low-Cost Airlines: Navigating the New Reality in the Sky

Leisure travel is back after the Omicron wave, with travel off only about 8 percent last weekend compared to the…

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What’s the Deal With Masks on Planes?

Air travel has been one of the last holdouts for strict pandemic mask requirements. In the United States, for example,…

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Big Sky Is Sprawling, Luxurious and Pricey. And, Maybe, the Future of Skiing.

The dominant landmark at the Big Sky ski resort in Montana is Lone Peak. At 11,166 feet, it towers majestically…

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How to View the Northern Lights From New England and the Midwest

Several years ago, on a cold, mid-March evening at about 10 p.m., I took my dogs out for a walk…

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