Bringing you what’s new in travel for September 27th 2010 through September 28th 2010:
- Aruba to host consumer-friendly fashion week in 2011 – Danielle Lipp recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:
For all you fashionistas who look forward to New York's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week every September, only to be reminded that, aside from the Fashion's Night Out (a hugely successful one-night shopping event across NYC), access is restricted to industry insiders, media, celebrities, and other power players (Tom Ford didn't even let the media photograph his show this year), relief is on the horizon. Mark your calendars for November 2011, and get ready to pack your bags for the first-ever Aruba fashion week.
- How to Get Cheap or Free In-Flight Wi-Fi [Air Travel] – Lifehacker's Adam Dachis just posted this article:
Want to stay connected above 10,000 feet but don't want to pay the premium? Here's how to get in-flight Wi-Fi at a discount or even completely free. More »
Read the rest at Lifehacker
- Less than $35 /night – weekend hotel deals in Orlando, Dallas, Atlanta, more – I found this article over on Road Warrior: Last minute deals for new bookings this weekend (stays 10/1 through 10/3) and next weekend (stays 10/8 through 10/10) at select Extended Stay Hotels(sm) locations. Visit our Weekend Deals section by clicking here. From there, you can book and save…
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- Cruising: The Ideal Getaway for Solo Travelers – Smarter Travel has posted some info about solo voyage: Cruising on your own is the perfect opportunity to meet other single travelers, or just spend time relaxing on your own. However, there are several factors you need to consider before making a solo voyage.
Head over to www.smartertravel.com to read the whole article.
- San Francisco: 5 best values in October – Justine Sharrock recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:
Castro Street Fair
Founded by Harvey Milk in 1974, the Castro Street Fair is an excellent place to celebrate the neighborhood���s culture, with dancing, food, live shows, and some of the city���s biggest personalities. This year���s theatrical highlights include live performances of the award-winning musicals Pearls Over Shanghai and Jerry Springer The Opera. Get ready to party with sword swallowers and contortionists, comedians, and burlesque and cabaret troupes, among other local characters. Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., $5. Intersection of Castro and Market, from 16th to 19th Streets. See map.