Gee, thanks, Sandy
Global Correspondent Ivan Quintanillais an actor, traveler and blogger extraordinaire. Once a week he provides a re-cap of noteworthy travel stories. We pilfer his round-up (with his permission) so you don’t have to. Follow his travels at TravelingIQ.
*It has been a rough week for the eastern coast of the United States. Much of the region devastated by Hurricane/ Superstorm Sandy is still without power and is reaching an economic damage pricetag of $50 Billion. (via USA Today)
*For those still trying to coordinate travel during the aftermath, every major U.S. airline is waving changing fees (via USA Today), and though the hotel situation in New York is grim, one website guides you through the options. (via Hotel Chatter)
*In other news, the U.S. is electing its next president on Tuesday. Take a politically inspired trip to get you in the spirit (via CNN), or escape the sound bites, talking heads and potential four years of horror–after voting, of course–by burying your head in warm sand. (via CNN)
*Your vacation album will be the envy of all your Facebook friends after posting pictures from these top photography destinations. (via Lonely Planet)
*Navigating a new city can be challenging, your iPhone can help. (viaAupairJobs.com)
*When it all just becomes too much to handle, escape to one of the “World’s Most Sensational Spas.” (via Passport)
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