Month: April 2021

How To Get the Most Out of Credit Card Travel Insurance

With all the fun and excitement that comes with traveling to new locales, you also run the risk of running into big and expensive problems. Lost luggage, natural disasters, injuries and all sorts of inconveniences can occur when traveling. One way to soften the blow of travel disasters, at least financially, is to have travel insurance.

Fortunately, credit card travel insurance is fairly common and chances are you already have a travel credit card that provides some level of protection. Let’s take a closer look at what travel insurance is, what credit card travel insurance problems you may run into

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Most of Europe to stay ‘amber’ when traffic light travel begins, claims industry expert


Sick Of Your Quarantine Sweats? Here Are 16 Comfy (& Cute) Outfit Ideas For Spring

After a year-plus of wearing masks, social distancing, and spending most of our time indoors, we’ve pretty much solidified our quarantine dressing style. But now that quarantine is coming to a hopeful end with vaccines more widely available and warmer weather just around the corner, where does our style go from here? Do we return to renting designer dresses as we prepare for a return to the office? Are we parting ways with the matching sweatsuits we’ve been living in 24/7?To answer these questions,

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Brawl erupts at travel girls basketball game in Westfield, ends in ref being body slammed

WESTFIELD, Indiana — A girls travel basketball game took a violent turn when a midcourt brawl broke out among a referee, player and several spectators that ended with a team being ejected from the tournament.

“Yes, it was an unfortunate incident that we had to address this weekend,” Evan Suttner, president of the Pacers Athletic Center told IndyStar in an email Thursday.

The altercation occurred over the weekend at the Prime Midwest Event at the Pacers Athletic Center during a game between Baylor Basketball and Indiana Elite. Baylor trailed 34-12 with 16 seconds left in the first quarter when its

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European countries likely to be on travel green list

<p>A Ryanair airplane approaching Lisbon airport </p> (Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)

A Ryanair airplane approaching Lisbon airport

(Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)

The UK government has given a date for the restart of foreign holidays in England: 17 May.

There are still no guarantees, but it’s very likely international travel can resume from this point, with a new traffic-light system in place.

Destinations will be labelled red, amber or green, with different travel restrictions assigned for each category.

Green countries will have the lightest restrictions, with arrivals required to show a negative rapid antigen or lateral flow test before departing for the UK, and take a PCR test

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Travel to Hawaii during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go

If you’re planning to travel to Hawaii, here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The basics

Hawaii reopened to visitors from within the United States and a small number of countries in October, but visitors must provide evidence of a negative Covid-19 test result.

On April 5, the island of Kauai dropped its special requirements, bringing it in line with the wider state rules (see restrictions below).

All air passengers entering the United States must now present a negative test result. See below for details on which test types are

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