Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Travel with pets: Payoffs can be worth pain

Travel with pets: Payoffs can be worth pain | The Poughkeepsie Journal | "But Sheron Long, a frequent traveler and author of “Dog Trots Globe — To Paris and Provence,” (OIC Books, 2011) says it’s worth the trouble. “Every trip was better when Chula could be with us,” she said of her Shetland sheepdog. “She was so excited, I could imagine her dog’s eye view of the world. It causes you to explore and go see different things and meet people.” The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates more than 2 million pets and other animals are transported by air each year. Pets aren’t allowed on Amtrak trains, Greyhound buses or cruise lines, but they can go on many regional train, bus and boat lines."

AAA to release Thanksgiving travel forecast Tuesday
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SAN ANTONIO -. Triple-A is set to release its Thanksgiving travel forecast on Tuesday with its predictions on whether gas prices will stay lower. Ever year the auto club predicts how much traffic there will be on the ground and in the air as Americans travel to ...

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