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Who wouldn’t want to get paid to sit on a beach and sip a cool drink? That dream could be your reality if you enter a new contest from

The hotel booking website is looking for a “Retro Beach Motelier” who will get paid $15,000 to visit the company’s “10 best retro beach motels” across the U.S. this summer. The money includes a $10,000 travel stipend — the hotels are far-flung across the country, from Florida and Maine to Washington state and southern California — and a $5,000 “salary” to spend on whatever you like during your travels. says it will also outfit the contest winner with sunscreen, umbrellas, vintage sunglasses, a cooler, a solar-powered AM/FM radio and a retro polaroid camera. The only requirement for the winner: Use that camera to document the trip “for future generations.”

San Diego’s The Pearl Hotel


To apply, you’ll

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Ready to hit refresh with a summer escape? Nestled against the rugged Santa Rosa Mountains, the sun-drenched City of Indian Wells is calling your name. Whether you’re eager to chill by the pool with a cocktail in hand, hit the green for a game of golf or enjoy an alfresco meal under the misters, there’s no better time to pack your bags and soak up the sun. But before you get to work on an itinerary, ENTER TO WIN the ultimate 48 hours in Indian Wells, complete with overnight accommodations, restaurant reservations, a trip to the spa and more! Ultimate 48-hour Vacation

The Deets – Over $2,300 Value:

Credit: Visit Greater Palm Springs @visitgreaterps

» Two-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa ($800 value)
» Raindrop Therapy Massage at The WELL Spa in the Miramonte ($216 value)
» Shots in the Night or a round of

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Authorities believe two vehicles may have been involved in a deadly hit-and-run on Hawaii Island early Sunday morning.

The victim, a Kailua-Kona woman, has not yet been positively identified.

Police said she was walking on Kuakini Highway south of the 119 mile marker in North Kona when she was hit around 4:20 a.m.

Both the vehicle and woman were in the northbound lanes of the highway when it happened, police said. She was in dark clothing and not in a marked crosswalk at the time of the crash. Police also say the area of the highway where the crash happened is not well lit.

Investigators located debris from a 2017-2020 KIA Niro and a 2013-2016 Chevrolet Malibu, though it is unclear which driver was responsible for hitting the woman. Police are searching nearby surveillance cameras for clues.

The drivers involved fled the scene and the woman was

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Airline executives, under a barrage of criticism from the public, lawmakers and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, have sought to shift blame for flight troubles this summer onto the nation’s air traffic control system. But federal data shows that airlines themselves are the biggest reason for delays in recent months and bear responsibility for an unusually high share of cancellations.

The numbers, reported by airlines and released this past week by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, also confirm the experiences of many passengers: 2022 has been a rough year for air travel. Federal transportation officials say 88,161 flights were canceled through May — the second-most in the first five months of a year since 1988, topped only by 2020 during the emergence of the pandemic.

The jump in flight delays and cancellations — stemming from surging demand in an industry that shed tens of thousands of

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If you’re not prepared to face cancellations or delays on your next trip to the airport, you may not have heard the news: Summer travel is hell. Airlines continue to deal with staffing shortages, downsized routes and summer storms, which has upped the chances you may not get to your final destination on time — or at all.

If nothing else, the trials of this unpredictable travel landscape have taught travelers to expect the unexpected. But if you aren’t prepared to be stuck in limbo, consider this your one-stop shop for everything you need before you head out for your next flight.

You should prepare for cancellations and delays before you even arrive at the airport. In fact, do it as soon as you’re booking a flight. Phil Dengler, co-founder of travel blog the Vacationer, says start by booking directly with the airline rather than

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Europe is an interesting place to visit as a fat person — but that shouldn’t stop you, and it certainly didn’t stop me. My sister, Soreh, and I recently took a sister’s trip that covered ten days, three countries and a whole lot of fabulous experiences and restaurants. 

While traveling, I counted exactly 19 visibly plus-size people on my trip, only one of which was bigger than I was. But again, that didn’t stop me. I wore a few different bikinis, took walking tours, and even got a massage at a five-star spa. 

Overall, this is a trip we’ll talk about for decades to come, full of all the things that make a trip great. So, join me as we visit Lisbon. 


I’ve been to seven European countries, and Portugal stands out of them all as the country with the best food overall. Whether we ate traditionally-prepared salt fish

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We know you are excited because you are engaged, and we also know that you want your wedding to be an event to remember, and with all your heart, you want your wedding to have your special touch. We often want the wedding to be our own and go beyond what our organizational and logistical capabilities can provide. There are so many things to consider that it is really necessary to have a little extra help. It is at that moment when we realize that we need someone that we should run to call a wedding planner.


The truth is that many things can become stressful when we are engaged. It isn’t easy to think of all the details, so it is best to seek professional help. So, why are you still doubting? It is time to hire a Wedding planner Miami


Miami’s wedding planner is responsible for

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