Airbnb Nightmare Cancellations, Fictional Places You Can Visit, Solution to Flight Delays?

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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 Wednesday, December 18, 2019, that we think you should read.

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Central Perk, Stars Hollow, and 12 Other Fictional Places You Can Visit in Real Life. – You’ve watched the TV show or movie and love the characters. With these locations, you can actually visit the fictional places to recreate the magic and possibly see behind the scenes of your favorite entertainment.

The Airbnb Nightmare That Could Happen to You. – I have yet to stay at an Airbnb and these stories make me weary of trying one. I know many friends who have stayed at Airbnb properties and absolutely loved the experience. I hope that Airbnb implements more controls to penalize these “accidents” and do more to protect travelers. Otherwise, travelers will just stick with hotels to ensure they don’t have these types of negative experiences.

North America’s first indoor ski resort just opened in a New Jersey mall. – They’ve had these types of indoor ski resorts in other countries for years. I’m surprised that it took so long for an American entrepreneur to create one here in the U.S.

The Complicated Business of Saving Elephant Tourism: A Skift Deep Dive. – It’s a tough balance to create. You want people to experience animals and embrace their importance to society. But, you also don’t want the animals treated poorly or be taken from their natural habitat just to be used by tourists and those who want to profit from them.

Can Technology Save the Air Travel Industry From Its Delay Problem? – With more and more airlines running at capacity, yet fearful of adding more flights that may not get filled up, problems are bound to happen. Many of my friends who fly primarily fly American say that it is almost rare that their flights aren’t delayed. There has to be a solution.

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