Thursday September 18, 2014




Travel News


top story

Marriott and Maria Shriver launch campaign to encourage hotel guests to leave tips for maids

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid? Marriott is launching a program with Maria Shriver to put envelopes in hotel rooms to encourage tipping....

posted: September 15,2014





Travel News

Atlanta airport operations back to normal after investigation into suspicious device

ATLANTA - Atlanta police say the all clear has been given after a report of a suspicious device prompted a partial terminal closure at the world's busiest airport....


Stitzel-Weller distillery in Louisville area becomes ninth stop on Kentucky Bourbon Trail

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Historic Stitzel-Weller distillery is the newest stop on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail....


Oklahoma City memorial dedicated to bombing adds new exhibits, including McVeigh's car

OKLAHOMA CITY - A key piece of evidence, hundreds of oral testimonies and new artifacts were unveiled Monday at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum dedicated to the deadly 1995 bombing....


NTSB report: Wing parts separated from experimental aircraft before crash at Reno Air Races

RENO, Nev. - A wing apparently malfunctioned before an experimental aircraft crashed, killing a retired Air Force pilot from California during qualification heats of the Reno National Championship Air Races in Nevada last week, according...


Marriott and Maria Shriver launch campaign to encourage hotel guests to leave tips for maids

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid? Marriott is launching a program with Maria Shriver to put envelopes in hotel rooms to encourage tipping....


Egypt says it will boost security procedures at tourist sites and hotels

CAIRO - Egypt plans to increase the number of security cameras at hotels and popular tourist destinations as part of a series of new security measures aimed at buoying the flagging tourism sector following three years of political turmoil, ...






Quick Vote

Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.


Markets





LOG IN



Lost your password?