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Simple questions every traveler should be asking to save money

When it comes to saving money on travel, we all know to check discount sites, follow our favorite airlines on social media and monitor our frequent flier points.

5 questions to ask when booking a vacation rental

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - From Pittsburg to Green Bay and beyond, the word is out: Vacation rentals offer a travel lifestyle unlike any other, providing unmatched space, amenities, services and privacy.

Cruise safety laws questioned by experts

A bill addressing crime, safety and accountability on cruise ships was signed by President Obama late last month, but that has not stopped industry officials, victims' advocates and frequent cruise pa

Blanket tourist warning questioned by the Tourism Authority of Thailand

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has questioned the Foreign Office's decision to extend a warning against travelling to Bangkok to the whole of the country.

Serious questions raised by FAA decision to not ground Southwest aircraft

The following statement was released today by the Business Travel Coalition (BTC) regarding the US Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) decision to allow Southwest Airlines to continue to fly Boe

Judge: Airlines can not question FBI regarding 9/11 probes

NEW YORK - A U.S. judge has denied a motion by a group of airlines to depose several Federal Bureau of Investigation agents regarding the government's probes into the Sept.

Florida tourism execs get roasted by Senate again

For a second day, officials of VisitFlorida, the state's tourism promotion agency, were roasted Wednesday by a Senate committee hunting for ways to save money.

Want to know the strangest questions asked by Edinburgh tourists?

If you have ever wondered when the Regimental Ratatouille is or what time the One O'Clock Gun goes off then rest assured you're not alone.

Tourists’ most embarrassing questions revealed by English Heritage

English Heritage has released a list of the most embarrassing questions asked by visitors to the country's historic sites and the worst is an unwitting insult to one of Britain's most sombre monarchs.