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, May 26, 2020, that we think you should read.
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Spain Will Reopen to International Visitors in July. – Countries are slowly reopening their borders to travelers as they get their coronavirus infections under control. [e.g. Greece is also opening up its borders.] It will be interesting to see what happens as they embrace tourism again while still trying to keep infections to a minimum. The big question is how will tourists respond if/when a destination’s infections surge?
The rental car industry has ground to a near halt. This is what that means for automakers and car buyers. – When airlines and hotels talked about government bailouts, rental car companies were not part of the conversation. Yet, their business is heavily reliant upon travelers. With few people traveling, their business is down considerably and many rental car companies are contemplating bankruptcy to survive.
States are reopening, but many require travelers to self-quarantine. Here’s where. – Travel is also reopening with the U.S., but some states still have restrictions on those arriving. There are 22 different states on the list that have self-quarantine rules for visitors. As you plan your next trip, ensure that you won’t be caught unaware of these rules.
Arapahoe Basin reopens to skiers this week. Here’s what you need to know. – As an IKON annual passholder, it is great news to hear that one of the ski resorts is open to visitors. Unfortunately, you can’t just show up and expect to ski. The resort is limiting the number of guests each day and you must have a reservation in order to get up on the mountain.
The Best Language Learning Apps to Prepare for Your Next Trip. – Just because you aren’t traveling right now, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be preparing for your next international trip. Use your spare time now to get more fluent in a foreign language so you can fit in better with the locals during your vacation.
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