Travel

State Department Grapples With “Unprecedented Demand” For Passports

Europe’s New Entry Fee Delayed, Americans Won’t Have to Pay Until 2025

Now that travel is back thriving, it has become an issue to meet the demands it brings, including passport demands. The U.S. State Department struggles with an “unprecedented demand” for passports as Americans return to traveling post-COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday. “We’re getting 500,000 applications …

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Ballerific Travel: Delta Adds Kid-Friendly Meals To Onboard Menu

Delta Flight Diverted After Maggots Fall On Passenger From Overhead Bin

Delta will soon accommodate the stomachs of its youngest passengers. The airline will add kid-friendly, parent-approved meals to its onboard menu. Starting April 1, customers can pre-select kid-friendly meals for young fliers. The meals are well-balanced and include a variety of fruits, vegetables, colors, and textures thanks to Delta chefs, …

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Super Nintendo World Officially Opens at Universal Studios Hollywood

Super Nintendo World Officially Opens at Universal Studios Hollywood

Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood is officially opened. The new land in the California theme park is centered around popular Nintendo games and characters like Mario, Luigi, Bowser and Princess Peach. It features an augmented reality Mario Kart ride, a Toad-inspired restaurant, as well as many interactive activities to …

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Ballerific Travel: Spring Break Ideas For 2023

Miami Beach Approves Ordinance That Allows The Arrest of Homeless People Who Refuse Shelter

Spring break is around the corner, and TSA says travel volumes may exceed pre-pandemic levels. Travelers have taken no time to get back on the roadways and into the airports. There are endless options to where you can go this spring break. To help you weigh your options, we researched …

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