Here are a few other articles from around the travel web that I think you may find interesting:
The Friendliest Cities in the U.S. – Conde Nast Traveler
I’m not surprised these are all smaller cities. Charleston and Savannah do not surprise me in the slightest, but there are some other great ones I would not have expected on this list.
United Airlines Sued After Refusing Refunds for Canceled Flights – Danny the Deal Guru
I had a feeling one of these was in the works, given how badly United has treated customers. They’ve since changed their tune a bit after securing a federal bailout. But it shouldn’t take this measure for them to abide by U.S. Department of Transportation regulations.
There has been more than a little speculation that the coronavirus arrived earlier and more widely than the official timeline. The fact that the WHO was still saying there was no evidence of person-to-person transmission on January 14, 2020 now sounds absolutely ridiculous.
From stories like this, I would not be surprised if this virus has been far more widespread (and therefore far less deadly) than official estimates based on the testing numbers. My wife and I were both sick in late Feb/early March. We’re very healthy, and symptoms were mild. But they were respiratory, which isn’t normal.
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Check out the recent coronavirus story roundup if you haven’t already. Feel free to comment here if you find other interesting points, miles, or travel stories!