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Incredible India

By Sandy Schadler on July 11, 2019

India is a destination hovering near the top of my bucket list for years. I was finally able to experience a taste of it with my Travel + Leisure Advisory Board colleagues for a week of unforgettable explorations from Delhi into the heart of Rajasthan. The T+L team brought together three competitive luxury hotel companies to host our group, hoping to raise awareness with our American clients of all their amazing properties and the unique immersion they offer our customers in India. These hotels specialize in service and will do everything in their power to ensure your vacation in India is truly incredible: The Leela Palaces; Oberoi Hotels & Resorts; Taj Palaces, Hotels, & Resorts.

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Topics: Culture, Hotels + Resorts, New, Luxury, Partnerships, India

Springtime In Greece

By Emily Barrett on July 9, 2019

Basking in the sun by the beautiful glittering waters of the Mediterranean and cavorting through cobblestone streets lined with blue and white houses is only the beginning of a dream vacation in Greece. The best way to experience all the isles have to offer, without the high season crowds of summer, is to grab some friends and visit in springtime. My girlfriends and I chose the month of April, and it was the perfect setting for our escape. Traveling through Greece during the shoulder season has limited choices for hotels and restaurants, but it's worth steering clear of the tourists who come ashore in droves each summer. 

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Topics: New, Beach, Travel Tips, Greece, Crete, Mediterranean, Athens

July 2019 Business Travel News

By Travelink on July 8, 2019

JetBlue Will Switch Houston Airports

In October, JetBlue will move its Houston operations from William P. Hobby Airport to George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

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Topics: News, Business Travel

Thinking of Becoming a Travel Advisor?

By Sandy Schadler on June 24, 2019

I was recently contacted by a global travel publication to contribute to an upcoming article. They asked what advice I would give someone considering a career as a travel advisor. I'm Vice President of Marketing, not an advisor. I have always been a marketer, in a career spanning more than a couple decades, so why ask me this question? I do have the unique perspective of seeing what it takes to successfully connect our travel advisors,  customers, and supplier partners (hotels, cruise lines, tourism offices, etc).

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Topics: Travel Advisor, career

Why You Should Give a Loved One the Gift of Travel

By Travelink on June 19, 2019

Buying gifts for your loved ones can be a daunting process. It's difficult to keep up with the latest trends or to find something memorable and impactful. It can become a stressful endeavor.

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Topics: New, Travel Advisor, Leisure Travel, Gift of Travel