Privately Owned National Landmarks, Wine Theme Park, Sea Glamping Is Now A Thing

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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 Tuesday, January 29, 2019, that we think you should read.

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There’s a Wine Theme Park in France and We Can’t Wait to Visit. – I love me some wine, but I’m just not sure glasses of wine and roller coasters go well together. Luckily, this “theme park” is just a cool building that’s more of a museum and tasting room without any rides. In the meantime, I’ll enjoy some glasses of vino from Santa Barbara and Napa or during my next Kimpton stay.

10 National Landmarks That Are Actually Privately Owned. – Our country has so many unique attractions to visit. How many of these privately owned National Landmarks have you visited? I’ve been to four of them.


Hundreds of flights delayed in New York and Atlanta as the longest government shutdown in history leads to air-traffic-control staffing shortages. – Remember when everyone complained about TSA? Well, the staff is back to work so you can resume your complaints about delays, invasive searches, and pouring out liquids greater than 3 ounces. At least for 21 days…

Move Over, Regular Glamping – *Sea Glamping* Is the New Way to Travel. – I’m not big on cruises, but I could totally do this. I know Anna would go for it. How about you?

Reality Check: Traveling with Non-TSA PreCheck Travelers Sucks. – I totally agree. In today’s age with so many credit cards offering reimbursement of TSA PreCheck or Global Entry application, it’s almost criminal for travelers not to have it. Even my daughter was approved for Global Entry before she turned one. The Capital One Venture offers up to $100 in reimbursement, gives a signup bonus worth $500, and waives the first year’s annual fee. Use my referral link to sign up for the Capital One Venture Card.

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