Perpetual Traveling On Tourist Visas – Forbes

Horseshoe Bay in Bermuda

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The standard format for overseas retirement—that is, permanent relocation to a new country—isn’t for everyone.

For many, applying for and the implications of residency abroad aren’t worth the hassle. Others have a hard time landing on just one retire-overseas locale or want to see as m…….

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Traveling Independence Day weekend? Plan ahead to avoid delays | WSDOT – Wsdot

WSDOT tools available for best times to travel on key routes

OLYMPIA – With the Fourth of July holiday fast approaching, the Washington State Department of Transportation’s highly anticipated travel charts are now available to help people plan ahead. The weekend prior to Monday, July 4 is expected to see increased travel on many key routes including Interstate-5, I-90 and ferry se…….

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‘Back to the Future: The Musical’ Traveling to Broadway in 2023 – WDW News Today

“Back to the Future: The Musical” will be traveling to Broadway in 2023, the musical announced on social media today.

“Back to the Future: The Musical” opened at the Manchester Opera House in February 2020. It had to close early due to COVID-19 but opened at the West End in September 2021. It was nominated for seven Laurence Olivier Awards in 2022 and won Best New Music…….

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Traveling the 6/10 Interchange this weekend? Be sure to plan ahead. – WLNE-TV (ABC6)

A section of Rte. 10 Northbound at Rte. 6 in Providence will be closed from Friday evening through early Monday morning.

PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE)  – If you planed to travel the 6/10 through Providence this weekend, you’ll want to either take note of this handy detour – or pack your patience.

As part of the $410 million Route 6/10 Interchange project, Route 10 Nor…….

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What If You Get COVID-19 While Traveling? – Everyday Health

Planning a vacation? You’ve got company: Americans are traveling in record numbers this summer after more than two years of pandemic restrictions.

Travel abroad is booming now that the U.S. government no longer requires citizens to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test or of recent recovery from COVID-19 in order to fly home, per the current guidelines from the Centers for Disease Contro…….

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San Diego’s busiest freeways, hottest destinations: 4 things to know before traveling this 4th of July – The San Diego Union-Tribune

A Delta Airlines jet approaches the runway at San Diego International Airport.

(K.C. Alfred/The San Diego Union-Tribune)

About 426,000 Southern Californians are expected to take flights this holiday. (For context, that’s 10 times the number of fans it takes to fill the stands at Petco Park.)

Even after the weekend of Juneteenth and Father’s Day saw many airlines canc…….

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High gas prices, flight delays won’t stop 48M Americans from traveling over Fourth of July – KJZZ

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The price of gas at a Phoenix QuikTrip on June 20, 2022.

Some 48 million Americans will travel this Fourth of July weekend, according to predictions from AAA. Those projected numbers are about 98% of pre-pandemic levels. High gas prices don’t seem to be standing in the way.

Aldo Vazquez is a spokesperson for AAA Arizona. Though about 88% of holiday trave…….

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Everything You Need to Know About Traveling to Puerto Rico From South Florida – NBC 6 South Florida

Located just 1,000 miles off the coast of Miami, Puerto Rico makes the perfect vacation destination for any South Floridian looking to get away.

Known for its “rich history and culture, exceptional food, pristine beaches, majestic mountains, relaxation, adventure”, the island is sure to provide a trip worth remembering.

This summer, planning your perfect Puert…….

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With chaos at airports, Israelis traveling this summer advised not to take luggage – The Times of Israel

Amid scenes of chaos for months at Ben Gurion International Airport, the Israel Airports Authority recommended on Sunday that travelers ditch their suitcases when going on vacation this summer.

Ofer Lapler, spokesman for the Israel Airports Authority, said the airfield was dealing with a shortfall of 1,400 workers and advised passengers to “come with patience” when flying out o…….

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