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Indianapolis hotels booked for the Super Bowl

Thinking of taking a last-minute trip to Indianapolis for the Super Bowl? Your chances of finding a hotel room are rapidly slipping. According to the Indianapolis Star, TravelClick, which tracks rooms in the Indianapolis area, reported on Friday that 90%, or 13,000 rooms, were booked. Just 1,000 rooms remain in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. ALSO […]

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Vince Neil on Mötley Crüe’s Vegas ‘residency’

Heavy-metal royalty Mötley Crüe is blasting onto the stage of the Hard Rock Hotel Casino in Las Vegas Friday for what’s billed as Sin City’s first residency by a rock band. The Girls, Girls, Girls and Smokin’ in the Boys’ Room quartet — Vince Neil, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Nikki Sixx — are celebrating […]

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A Bohemian Pocket in London’s East End

The Hackney Empire theater on Mare Street. Credit: Andrew Testa for The New York Times

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"Portlandia" good for satisfying travel curiosity – The State Journal

A hot cup of coffee is usually the only thing keeping me awake when I watch a travel documentary. But when I stumbled on “Portlandia,” I found I could take a break from the caffeine — even though it’s not exactly a travel show. I began tuning in to IFC when comedy actors Fred Armisen […]

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Tebow’s Vegas hotel hosted porn convention

Hotel Check-In friend Game On! sums this hotel story up quite nicely: “Sometimes you have to just laugh at the absurdity of life.” When clean-cut Tim Tebow recently visited Las Vegas for a Nike photo shoot, somebody booked him a room at the Hard Rock Hotel – at the same time the hotel was hosting […]

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Skies over New York remain gridlocked

“I’ve had incredible delays,” says Green, a consultant from St. Petersburg, Fla., who visits New York on business at least eight times a year. “I remember one night we didn’t get there until 3 a.m., and I had to be in front of a customer at 8. I travel everywhere, every week, and it’s the […]

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One Family, Two Evenings

Stephanie and Adien Toledo coax their son Dylan, 5, to finish his bubble bath at the Fontainebleu Miami Beach.

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State offers updated 2012 travel guide to encourage road trips across Nebraska

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Cruise bookings down notably since accident

The world’s largest cruise company today revealed that bookings have dropped significantly in the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster. Industry giant Carnival Corp., the parent company of 10 major cruise brands including Costa, Carnival, Princess and Holland America, said in a regulatory filing that bookings at its non-Costa brands declined “in the mid-teens,” percentage-wise, […]

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Rosewood Hotels offer fragrance butlers

If you’re staying at a Rosewood Hotel, leave your Bulgari perfume behind. Some Rosewood Hotels this month started offering guests an unusual amenity: a 24-hour fragrance butler. Guests can summon the butler, who then appears at the door with a selection of perfumes and colognes on a silver tray. When the guest is done spraying, […]

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