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 Thursday, August 8, 2019, that we think you should read.
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How Does Google Maps Work? 5 Tips for Travelers. – That’s really cool that you Google can predict crowds on public transportation. Technology can be frustrating at times, but it can also save you plenty of time and money when used correctly.
One person has died of Legionnaires’ disease after staying at an Atlanta hotel. – It’s not like they were staying at some shady motel in the middle of nowhere. You would think the Sheraton would have better standards than this to keep people healthy. The Sheraton Atlanta even has a 4-star rating with 3,750 reviews.
Marriott making push for all-inclusive resorts. – Well, I guess they’re getting the DR properties at a discount right now. Hopefully, Marriott will be able to implement better controls of their alcohol supplies in DR and Mexico to ensure that guests are safe.
Pittsburgh International Airport’s New Sensory Room Aims to Help People with Autism. – I have friends with autistic children, and I know that traveling can be a struggle for them sometimes. Kudos to this airport for making the travel process a little bit easier on everyone.
My New Advice When Choosing Between TSA PreCheck or Global Entry. – The author makes a valid point about the considerable waits right now for Global Entry preliminary approvals. I’ve been trying to get my son’s Global Entry renewed since June and we’re still waiting.
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