Travel News for November 16th 2010 through November 17th 2010

Bringing you what’s new in travel for November 16th 2010 through November 17th 2010:

  • On your next NYC visit, are you Brooklyn-bound? – Michael Lala recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:

    A few months ago, we asked if you'd sightsee in NYC, but sleep in Jersey City, just a river's train ride west of Manhattan. Your overwhelmingly positive responses got me thinking: Would BT readers be interested in not only staying overnight, but also spending their days outside of Manhattan? What about Brooklyn, a river east? As many creative types, the arts, and immigrant communities get further priced out of Manhattan, Brooklyn seems more and more like the go-to borough for a true-blue New York experience.

  • Readers’ Choice: What’s your favorite national park? – Budget Travel recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:

    Readers' Choice

    We're giving you the floor. To gear up for our second annual Readers' Choice issue in November 2011 we're turning to the true experts—you! Over the next few months we'll be asking for your thoughts on a variety of travel topics ranging from your favorite cruise line to your ultimate dream destination. Once your nominations are in, we'll give you the chance to vote on the best of the best.

  • Follow the sun south of the equator – AmyS_travel recently posted this over on the Bing Travel Blog:

    I’m writing this on an autumn morning in the Pacific Northwest. I’m looking out the window at the gray, rainy, windy weather outside. Blah. To warm up my spirit, I’m thinking about how just a few weeks ago I was in New Zealand, in the Southern Hemisphere — where it’s springtime now, and the delicious sun is warming the land and announcing the approach of summer. Glorious!

  • Flight Dailies
  • Travel Troubleshooter: No Refund Even If You're Too Sick to Fly? – posted this over on Frommer's : Will an airline bend the rules for a traveler who is too sick to fly, or is this former frequent flier stuck with a nonrefundable airline ticket?

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