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Street talk: Traveling during a pandemic

By Angie BaldelomarAs more places reopen, more people are traveling again.Recently, Dos Mundos asked some people in the community who had traveled about their experiences. Here are their answers: “It was normal for me. When I went on vacation, I didn’t see anything different. I didn’t see less people. The only thing I noticed in […]

Get used to new way of traveling

Commentary by Tere Siqueira In a COVID-19 world, it is essential to learn a new way of traveling.The World Travel and Tourism Council has developed an extensive range of protocols to cover the new normal for providers as diverse as airlines, shops, hotels and restaurants. Travelers must get used to following those protocols. If you […]

CDC issues travel recommendations for fully vaccinated people

By Chara On April 2, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new travel guidelines for people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.People are considered fully vaccinated once they have received their two shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or 1 shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and have waited two […]

Factors to Consider When Moving to a New City

Guest Post Hire A Helper Saying sayonara to your humble abode in search of new opportunities and a change of scenery? You’re not alone—the average American moves eleven times in their lifetime. Finding a new city to live in comes with inherent challenges, but it doesn’t have to be a triathlon of how much stress you can endure. This […]

Wonderful World: Discover Asheville

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we have to talk about a city in the United States that has a unique natural beauty and is surrounded by the wonderful Appalachian Mountains. We are talking about Asheville, North Carolina. The city was founded in 1798 and has around 70,000 inhabitants. The name of the […]

4 National Parks That You Should Experience This Winter

Beautiful places to consider for an off-season vacation These four spectacular national parks are much less crowded in the cooler months, when they offer a completely different kind of vacation than you’ll find in the tourist-clogged summer season. Bundle up, and enjoy the elbow room. Yellowstone National Park True, Yellowstone is awfully cold in winter: […]

Wonderful World: Discover Aguascalientes

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we have to talk about a city in our neighboring country of Mexico, a city in which one of the most important national fairs of the country takes place and which also bears its name because of the big number of thermal waters found in the region. […]

Wonderful World: Discover Dallas

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about Dallas, Texas, a cosmopolitan city of our country, considered one of the largest in the country. It was founded in the year 1841 and has about 1 million and a half residents while its metropolitan area is the fourth most populated in the […]

Travel and Vacation: Plan a Stress-Free Group Getaway

The arrival of vacation season means it’s time to stop daydreaming about that getaway and start making some travel plans. Getting organized for a grand adventure, especially if you’ll be traveling with a group, requires some careful planning before you begin making reservations. Get started planning your dream vacation with these travel tips from the […]

Travel and Vacation 2019: Find a Hotel to Fit Your Travel Needs

By Family Features When most people plan a trip, the focus is on the purpose of the journey, whether it’s a work-related jaunt or a vacation with loved ones. Researching and organizing travel for an upcoming trip is important, but so is finding the perfect place to make your journey easier, more productive and successful. […]