Spotlight on Travel Gear: Top 5 Picks for Spring/Summer 2011

Okay, travel gear fans. It’s time to stock up for your spring and summer adventures. Here are my picks for some of the most innovative and useful products on the market this season.

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New Orleans Expecting Largest Mardi Gras Crowds Since Hurricane Katrina

Officials in New Orleans are expecting the largest Mardi Gras turnout this year since Hurricane Katrina struck the city in 2005. A historically late date for Fat Tuesday 2011 is a major contributor to the expected growth; March 8 marks the latest date for the holiday in over 150 years.

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LAN and TAM Merger Put on Hold by Chilean Court

A planned merger between LAN and TAM airlines has been put on hold by a Chilean court over antitrust concerns. A consumer group recently filed a complaint over the merger and a court has decided to hear the case.

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Carnival 2011 in Rio de Janeiro: Tips for Landing the Best Hotel Deal

Just weeks remain before Brazil erupts in a massive party. Follow these tips to find the best hotel deals for Carnival 2011.

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Major Expansion Announced for Hong Kong International Airport

Airport Authority Hong Kong has announced a major expansion of the city’s international airport. Chief Executive Stanley Hui said the HK $7 billion expansion will be spread out over four years and is necessary to keep up with rising air traffic demand.

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