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  1. Share the story of your wackiest, weirdest, most wonderful travel souvenir Everybody winds up with a treasure now and again that's far more meaningful than "My parents went to Las Vegas and all I got was this lousy shirt." What's yours?
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  2. Amazing! Fascinating! Mandatory! This year's hottest destination is your living room A stunning, majestic, relaxing vacation is waiting just inside your own home at Staycationland.
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  3. A fantastic deal beckoned a family to Disney World. Was it too good to be true? Our Disney World trip was so close I could taste the character breakfast. But the fine print scuttled the too-good-to-be-true deal.
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  4. Chris Erskine: I've fallen for my coronavirus quarantine captors. Especially the furry one Doesn't really pay for me to be appealing to my captors. They are snarky, and increasingly restless. They pass the long evenings mixing up different flavors of White Claw just for kicks, the way Millennials will.
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  5. Want to adopt or foster a pet during the coronavirus crisis? Here's a list of resources Shelters and rescue groups report an upsurge of interest in adopting and fostering pets during the coronavirus crisis. Here's a resource list.
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  6. The latest shortage? Dogs and cats, as folks foster and adopt pets during quarantine Amid the coronavirus lockdown, interest in adopting and fostering pets is soaring. Many facilities have waiting lists, even for kittens.
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  7. Rodeo Drive hotel planned by French luxury retailer LVMH The Cheval Blanc Beverly Hills is intended to be a notch above the already high-end market.
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  8. WFH got you stiff and sore? An ergo expert offers 8 tips to stay healthy Work from home ergonomics tips for coronavirus quarantine.
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  9. An infectious disease nearly ruined the trip that changed my life When we arrived in China to pick up our adopted daughter, we found out she had chickenpox. The days of waiting were the most anxious of our lives.
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  10. Travelers need not worry about Real ID and authorization to visit Europe — for now The deadline for Real ID has been postponed for a year and the need for paperwork to visit 26 European countries is also delayed.
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