Posts Tagged ‘Brooklyn travel agency’

Grab a Flight to Israel To Buy Sufganiyot

Chanukah season in Israel begins sometime between Chol Hamoed Sukkos and Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan. The first sign of the pending holiday is the availability of high calorie sufganiyot. This tasty treat involves dough fried to perfection and filled with everything from pistachio cream to caramel sauce. Trays of sufganiyot cooling in bakery windows lend a […]

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More Odd Travel Recommendations By Our Brooklyn Travel Agency

Last time, we included some of the odd destinations liked by the agents at our Brooklyn travel agency. We figured we’d list a few more. In Oxford, England, guests can stay at a hotel in the prestigious Malmaison chain. The 94 room hotel offers luxurious rooms, a hotel bar and restaurant, and other amenities. The […]

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Odd Travel Recommendations By Our Brooklyn Travel Agency

In a world of myriad vacation destinations and tourist sites, knowledge of unique travel destinations can be very valuable. Off the beaten path, exotic, unique, and one-of-a-kind are all identifiers that speak of wonderful vacation experiences. Off the coast of Tanzania, Pemba Island’s Manta Resort added an underwater room to their hotel. The room for […]

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Grab a Flight to Israel (Or Space)!

Space travel is slowly opening up to non-governmental entities, and companies from Boeing to Virgin Galactic are leaping to corner a share of the space tourism and personal travel industry. Virgin Galactic projects its first public launch for December 2013, while Boeing is optimistic about a 2015 launch date for its CST-100 capsule. Some companies […]

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The Secret Life of Business Class Travel

Some travel for pleasure, some travel for obligation, and some travel for business. This last group includes a smaller subset of businessmen who only use business class travel for the luxury, the convenience, or to avoid the expense of heavy jet lag. We have all seen members of this elite group wandering the airport. They […]

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Business Class Travel to the Land Down Under

Australia is the smallest continent by land size, but the sixth largest country in the world. It includes the Australian continent, the island state of Tasmania, and numerous tiny islands with exotic names such as Waterhouse Island and The Lanterns. The population of Australia is small compared to the land mass, with some estimations averaging […]

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Is a Corporate Retreat Worth the Business Class Travel?

Corporate retreats have long been the tools of organizations looking to promote team building, teach new skills, or just show employees a good time. The return on investment of such endeavors is often deemed significant enough to justify the expense. Obviously, some of these events cross the line from reasonable to excess, but that should […]

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Apps Our Brooklyn Travel Agency Likes

With the influx of apps available for download to smartphones, it was inevitable that some of these apps would be intended to aid travelers. These apps tend to fall under three categories: Trip Planning: Packing Pro is an app for the iPhone which helps individuals decide what to pack for a trip. Users input vacation […]

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Grab a Flight to Israel for Sukkos!

Sukkos brings with it the yen for day and overnight trips on Chol Hamoed. Families visit museums, amusement parks, zoos, and other points of interest near and far. Entire venues are rented out to allow for the influx of Jewish visitors. A particular concern when planning trips during the holiday of Sukkos is the need […]

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Expedite Arrivals with Global Entry

Global Entry is a fairly new program offered by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, but it is already making life easier for a select group of travelers. The program offers pre-approved travelers the convenience of avoiding long lines when entering the United States. Global Entry is open to U.S. citizens, South Koreans, and Dutch […]

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