FSTravel NEWS 07.06.17

Happy post-Canada Day and Fourth of July! 

We hope you have settled your summer travel plans and are either road tripping to your favourite location or canoeing at the cottage.

For those of you who are procrastinating making some summer vacay plans and need some inspiration, our own Lisa Day offers  Three Books to Inspire Your Canada150 Travel   to continue the #Canada150 celebrations. Or if you are indeed road tripping this summer and find yourself hungry and not wanting to indulge in greasy road trip food, The Drifter Collective will feed you with some Healthy Snacks for Your Summer Road Trip

And if you are STILL stumped and scrambling for vacation ideas, check out our Ten Places You Should Really (REALLY) Visit This Summer.

Whatever your final summer travel destination is, we hope it is full of summer memories, fun and Instagram stories! In the meantime, enjoy these recent updates from the world of travel!

Emirates, Turkish Airlines Also Exempt from Electronics Ban

On the heels of the news that Abu Dhabi and Etihad have been exempted from the Electronics ban, the US Government has announced that the ban on large electronics, such as laptops, has also been lifted for US-bound flights from Dubai on Emirates and from Istanbul on Turkish Airlines.

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Trump Toronto Hotel to Become The St. Regis Toronto

The rumours have come true. The Trump name will definitely be leaving the Toronto skyline with the news that InnVest Hotels, a Canadian company holding one of Canada's largest hotel portfolios, has acquired the property from JCF Capital ULC and will be rebranding it as The St. Regis Toronto.

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Ticks and Travel: What You Should Know

Researchers in Connecticut are warning that tick populations are on the rise, so you need to be especially vigilant—not just at home, but also while traveling. If your trips take you anywhere within North America, Europe, or Asia, you could be at risk for ticks and the many diseases they cause.

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