One upside from the pandemic? We’ll never take travel for granted again—even those whose job it is to see the world and report back. Grounded, we all missed the once-ordinary act of landing in a new place. Now that the world is slowly opening up and vaccinations have made travel
In our week-long series, “Spring Into Summer,” we are looking at what to expect when you make your summer travel plans.
The CDC has liftedjust in time for the summer vacation season. “CBS This Morning” asked experts about what we should expect to find as we venture
With Europe trips on the horizon this summer (finally!), we’re dreaming of the best places to stay—hotels that reflect the destination, like a cliffside former home where breakfast is served overlooking the Amalfi Coast, a Scottish retreat that pairs golf with personalized whisky tastings at the hotel bar, and
Robert M. Wachter, chair of the department of medicine at the University of California at San Francisco and guest host of the podcast “In the Bubble,” says when passengers are allowed to take their masks off for meal services, his comfort with air travel goes away.
“When [planes] turn into