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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Sunday, August 13, 2017, that we think you should read.
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The Truth Behind New Mexico’s Mysterious ‘Bottomless Lakes’. – I really need to finish my Scuba PADI certification so I can dive in places like this.
Fright Flight: Netizens perplexed by video of dozens of people departing ‘invisible plane’. – Totally spooky. I’m not sure that I believe the explanation. Do you?
How My Credit Card Saved My Vacation. – Credit cards are more than just about earning points. The right cards are also there to protect you from rental car damage, avoid ticky-tack fees from hotels and airlines, and reimburse you when you have trip delays or cancellations.
Patriots Become First NFL Team To Own Their Own Planes. – Face it, NFL players can’t fit in Economy. WE can barely fit in Economy. Frankly, I’m surprised that this hasn’t happened already.
Younger business travelers tote own list of ‘must-haves’. – People really underestimate the impact that this upcoming generation will have on the world and the way we live. The Baby Boomers is a mere ripple in the ocean compared to this tsunami.
Here’s Why You Should Always Take A Photo Of Your Stove Before You Go On Vacation. – Totally simple, but pure genius.
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