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, November 28, 2021, that we think you should read.
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These Are the Cheapest Places to Fly From Each U.S. State. – If you’re looking for an inexpensive getaway, these are the best places to fly from every state. For those of us who can easily drive to another state, consider looking at airports in states that are easy to drive to. For example, I can drive from Nashville to Atlanta in about 4 hours.
The Best Hotels in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, From Versailles to Machu Picchu. – The only thing better than visiting a UNESCO World Heritage Site is being able to stay in a hotel within one. You can enter the sites earlier (without having to wake up extra early) than everyone else and enjoy immersive experiences like nothing you’ve ever done before. Plus, many offer exclusive access to guests that other visitors miss out on.
The EU wants to add a 9-month limit to vaccine eligibility for entry. – As the COVID pandemic lingers and new variants emerge, getting vaccinated isn’t enough for some countries. The EU is considering placing a time limit on your vaccination, requiring that you’ve received a booster shot if your original vaccination was more than 9 months ago.
What to Know If You Need to Renew Your U.S. Passport Right Now. – More travelers are considering international travel now that they’ve been vaccinated and children are now eligible for shots. If you’re thinking about an international trip, take a look at your passport to see when it expires. Processing times can be long right now, so it is best to get an early start to renew it so that you don’t have to start from scratch it has expired.
Marriott Vacations CEO Weighs in on the Timeshare Rollup During the Recovery. – Although “timeshare” is often a 4-letter word in the world of miles and points, many travelers are happy with their timeshares. I found it fascinating that over 60% of Marriott’s timeshare sales are going to wealthy Millennials. We use our timeshares on a regular basis. While availability can sometimes be a pain, having a larger unit similar to a condo is perfect for us, especially when traveling with family or friends.
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