Home Airlines Passport Free Travel Between Canada and the NetherlandsPassport Free Travel Between Canada and the Netherlands July 2, 2019 by Points Miles and Bling The World Economic Forum in collaboration with the governments of Canada and the Netherlands has launched a pilot project for passport free travel between the two countries. The project also includes collaboration from border security, airports, technology providers and airlines. The pilot project is still in the testing phase. But it’s expected to roll out at Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau (YUL) and Toronto’s Pearson (YYZ) international airport by early 2020. Passport free travel – The Known Traveler Digital Identity Program The Known Traveler Digital Identity (KTDI) program leverages biometrics (fingerprints, facial recognition) and blockchain technology to continuously verify a travelers data at every leg of the journey until they reach their destination. Over a period of … [Read more...] about Passport Free Travel Between Canada and the Netherlands
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Dear Abby Jeanne Phillips Published 3:31 PM EDT May 22, 2019 Dear Abby: I could use your advice on training my husband. He refuses to enter his work travel schedule on the household calendar. He snapped at me this week when he finally revealed that he was leaving Sunday. It took three more days to get the date he was coming back. It was like pulling teeth. It left me with only two days to decide how to enjoy the time alone. I suspect that he’s withholding his travel data to keep me from enjoying myself too much while he’s gone. I think it’s disrespectful to keep your wife in the dark until just a day or two before you leave. I need a way to motivate my man to share his travel dates earlier. I’m at the point where I’m tempted to ignore him and his travel since he is acting more like a child than a husband. I’m not his mommy, and I need to break his mean streak. Advice? – Kept In The Dark In Louisiana Dear Kept: Stop putting yourself at … [Read more...] about Abby: Man keeps travel plans hush-hush
Google may be commonly used as a verb for looking for information, but in the online travel world the technology giant isn't a go-to destination like Expedia, Priceline and TripAdvisor. Aiming to change that, Google will launch a more unified travel product to integrate flight and hotel search functions, while organizing people's travel plans and saving research. The new offerings, which were rolled out last year on smartphones and are now available on desktops, will be hosted at google.com/travel. Alphabet Inc.'s Google also plans to "surface" more travel data on Google Maps, and incorporate hotel and restaurant reservations for customers who are logged on. Google made the announcement Tuesday at a marketing conference in San Francisco."What we've noticed over time is that trip planning is done over many weeks or many months," said Richard Holden, Google's vice president of travel product management. People tend to plan trips and peruse hotel and restaurant sites when they have … [Read more...] about Google makes new push to bolster travel-related searches
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | What Would Texas Be Without Buc-ee’s? Advertisement Supported by The Look A convenience store chain is the through-line of America’s second-most sprawling state. Photographs byEli Durst Text byCharley Locke Produced byEve Lyons AUSTIN, Tex. — Ask any Texan and they’ll tell you: Buc-ee’s is no ordinary convenience store. Sure, it sells the usual gas, gum and candy. But most of its goods can’t be found in your average side-of-the-highway shop. There are fresh barbecue sandwiches prepared by employees in cowboy hats at the Texas State Roundup counter; refrigerated sausage wraps and turkey bites; shrink-wrapped pork tenderloin and crawfish fettuccine. You can buy jars of peach cobbler, pickled quail eggs and candied jalapeños. Beyond the Texans, or those just passing … [Read more...] about What Would Texas Be Without Buc-ee’s?
Darla Guillen Gilthorpe, Houston Chronicle Updated 4:39 pm CDT, Tuesday, March 26, 2019 These 30 unusual Texas destinations show why this state attracts travelers Newman's Castle in Bellville, Texas.Owner Mike Newman built this Medieval-style castle in the late 1990s. These 30 unusual Texas destinations show why this state attracts travelers Newman's Castle in Bellville, Texas. Owner Mike Newman built this Medieval-style castle in the late 1990s. Photo: For The Citizen Photo: For The Citizen Image 1 of / 38 Caption Close Image 1 of 38 These 30 unusual Texas destinations show why this state attracts travelers Newman's Castle in Bellville, Texas.Owner Mike Newman built this Medieval-style castle in the late 1990s. These 30 unusual Texas destinations show … [Read more...] about 30 unusual Texas destinations show why this state attracts travelers