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Airports Have Finally Found a Way to Make Travelers Happy

There are few things in the world more stressful, and more necessary, than flying. It’s no secret that in the past few years things have only gotten worse for travelers—long delays, long lines, hidden fees, and full flights have made things more difficult, especially for those traveling long distances or with kids.

What’s a human to do? Well, in some airports in the United States and Canada, the answer is surprisingly simple: pet a dog.

According to USA Today, about 20 airports across the US and Canada have implemented programs where volunteer therapy dogs wander around terminals with their volunteer owners—and they’re basically little furry celebrities, even at LAX, which regularly plays host to real celebrities.

Everything You Need to Know About Flying With Your Dog

Have dog will travel. If you’re not Bo Obama, and don’t have Air Force One at your bark and call, you need some information to help you and your dog arrive at your destination safely and happily. Several dog-friendly airlines have comprehensive pet policies, but it can be tricky keeping them all straight.  To avoid showing up at the gate with your tail between your legs, here we put them all in one place, so you never have to leave Fido behind during your summer jaunts again.

What To Do In One Day In Amsterdam

Whether you’re just breezing through Amsterdam on a layover or trying to experience as much of the Netherlands as possible during a short stay, there are plenty of excellent ways to explore the city in a day. And while some travellers think first of visiting Amsterdam’s cannabis coffeeshops and infamous Red Light District, there’s so much more worth exploring in the Dutch capital, including incredible museums, delicious food, and entertainment.

The 23 Best Countries in the World to Live In or Travel If You're a Woman

Sweden is the best country in the world to live in for women, according to a new ranking from U.S. News & World Report.

Just in time for International Women's Day on Wednesday March 8, the media organisation surveyed more than 9,000 women as part of its wider 2017 Best Countries ranking in order to determine which of 80 countries around the globe are the best for women to live in.

How to Recover From a Long Flight, According to Flight Attendants

It's nice that you can traverse the globe in the same amount of time it took to ride from New York to Chicago a hundred years ago. But train travelers never knew the words "deep vein thrombosis." Swollen legs, blood clots, jet lag, nasty colds, and general meh-ness are just some of the wonderful side effects from flights lasting over six hours. 

Flight attendants work these transcontinental mega-flights all the time, then turn around two days later and do it again. So what's the secret? Many airlines specifically train FAs on how to quickly and efficiently recover from long hauls. We asked a handful of 'em to divulge their methods.