Travel News for November 4th 2010 through November 5th 2010

Bringing you what’s new in travel for November 4th 2010 through November 5th 2010:

  • Thanksgiving celebrations around the nation – HeidiS recently posted this over on the Bing Travel Blog:

    Some people celebrate Thanksgiving in solemn reverence, counting and giving thanks for all the blessings in life. Other people like to throw flaming turkeys on a football field. In true American tradition, Thanksgiving celebrations have evolved across the country as communities create new and sometimes wacky festivals. Sure, there will always be the spectacular Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade in New York City, but upstate in Buffalo they prefer to get their groove on at the world’s largest disco party.

  • From Twitter – RT @FrommersTravel 12 Amazing Thanksgiving Weekend Deals minus the annoying blackout dates
  • Do Locals Hate Travelers? – posted this over on Frommer's : If you're lucky enough to live in a popular tourist destination, you learn to accept the influx of travelers — or you openly loathe all those camera-toting visitors.

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  • Think Twice About Airport ShoppingSmarter Travel has posted some info about tchotchkes: Last-minute tchotchkes may seem like a good idea, but will they fit in your bag? For those avoiding baggage fees, skipping the airport shops or planning ahead is in your best interest.

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  • #travel – Lifehacker's Chubby93 just posted this article:

    If you travel a lot with your cell phone, it may help to make your "background:, your contact details. (Shown in the image).


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