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Japanese hotel offering crying rooms for women – with luxury tissues and sad movies

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Well, this is weird.

In an apparent attempt to out-Japan itself, the Land of the Rising Sun today brings us news of a truly unexpected hotel promotion out of Tokyo. 240 more words

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Airbnb boots Texas homeowner who booted gay couple

One homeowner in Galveston, Texas found out recently, that second “b” in Airbnb does not stand for “bigotry.”

Jonathan Wang and his partner Brent spotted a “gorgeous” house on the rental website when they were in the market for a place to stay for a friend’s wedding, booking the $140-a-night home for two nights.  374 more words

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D-Travel Handles Travel for Groups of Every Size and Type

Whether it is a group of ten theater enthusiasts touring London or a group of firefighters earning continuing education credits, we have the knowledge and experience to handle every aspect of group travel. 130 more words

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Luxury 430-room hotel Jumeirah Al Naseem to open in mid-2016

Dubai, 4th May 2015: Jumeirah Group, the Dubai-based luxury hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, has unveiled the name for Jumeirah’s new hotel at Madinat Jumeirah, scheduled to open during 2016: it will be known as Jumeirah Al Naseem. 376 more words

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Delta blacks out more than 30% of year for partners

Rarely does print get any finer than in the terms and conditions for SkyMiles members at Delta Airlines. After announcing in April new blackout dates for partners, China Airlines and China Southern, Delta just added new blackout dates for partnering Korean Air in 2015 and 2016… 120 more words

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Charming Mendocino and the Mendocino Hotel & Garden Suites | Secret Escapes

A charming stay at a Victorian-era hotel steeped in history and boasting gorgeous Pacific views – includes your pick of a room or suite

Originally built in 1878, Mendocino Hotel & Garden Suites today proudly sits on the National Register of Historic Places as the city’s only remaining hotel from back when it was a logging trade port. 77 more words

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