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Daily Pulse: Travel Stories Worth Reading for Nov. 6, 2015

Features & Advice | Josh Lew | November 06, 2015

Daily Pulse: Travel Stories Worth Reading for Nov. 6, 2015

Here is a look at the stories that you should be reading if you want to take the pulse of the travel industry.  

According to Kayak, the best place to be this New Year’s Eve is in Dubai. Surprisingly, New York City was not listed among the top 10 best Dec. 31 party spots. Among other things, the rankings were calculated based on the demand for incoming flights… Read more from CN Traveler.

The remaining sections of the Berlin Wall are used for murals or kept as a reminder of the city’s history. Unfortunately, everyone wants a piece of the famed barrier as a souvenir. Authorities are moving to stop these memento hunters from tearing down what remains of the Wall… Read more from Euronews.

Australia is known for its vast wildernesses. One of the wildest places is Montague Island, off the coast of New South Wales. Home to whales, seals, dolphins and migrating birds, this land mass is becoming more popular with nature-seekers looking for something more than the standard Outback excursion… Read more from Traveller.

Business travel is not all premium class flights and five-star hotels. CNN delves into the dark side of being a road warrior: jet lag, delays, lonely table-for-one dinners and missing family events.  

Want an awesome and affordable ski vacation in Europe? Bulgaria offers the most bang for your buck with cheap, accessible slopes and quality runs… Read more from Canoe.

If you fancy yourself a member of the avant garde set, then you will want to be in Zurich next year. The Swiss city was the birthplace of Dadaism. The art movement turns 100 years old in 2016, and the city’s museums and galleries have a huge, ongoing celebration planned… Read more from the Observer.

Bad news for Lufthansa passengers: a strike by the airline’s employees may cause delays and cancelations starting today. This strike involves cabin staff. A recent strike by pilots caused more than 1,000 flights to be canceled… Read more from the Consumerist.  


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