From Better Boom Buds to Classy Smartwear, Travel-Intel Scoped Out the Latest "Must-Packs" From CES
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- CES 2014 in Las Vegas poured on the wows and the wants from cars that drive themselves, to robots that clean your windows. But travelers will want to know about such must-pack items as Aero-Tray that maximizes tight space in economy class to allow passengers to work or sleep. Or convenient gadgets that pull in and pump up available Wifi for stronger, speedier portable connections. Travel-Intel was on the scene scoping, scooping, checking and collecting the latest must-have gadgets for travelers for a Top Ten list that tells all.
The latest issue of Travel-Intel also looks at two recent travel surveys that offer insight into how often Americans plan to travel this year and where they may be heading (hint: two vacations is the sweet spot and Las Vegas tops the list).
Because Americans love Sin City so much, Travel-Intel delves into what's new in Las Vegas in hotels and attractions. The city that is always reinventing itself is doing it again with the tallest observation wheel in the world -- for now.
And for those who love to combine luck with a little dim sum, the latest issue of Tours.com's Travel-Intel gives the run down of cool things to see and do (and taste) in Las Vegas during the upcoming Chinese New Year next month, the Year of the Horse.
Finally, travel to Mexico can be accommodated to perfection via three boutique villa resorts offered through Kurtz-Ahlers & Associates' exclusive collection. Cuixmala, Hacienda de San Antonio, and Imanta are three very different luxury vacation spots that each provide a singular flair and answer the calls for privacy, service, setting and style.
These are just some of the stories to be found in the latest Travel-Intel. The weekly travel industry news channel from Tours.com reaches more than 100,000 sellers of travel in the U.S. and Canada and is also posted online.
The publication dispatches writers to travel conferences and popular travel destinations to bring back the latest intel. Current features and archives can be viewed at www.travel-intel.com.
"Travel is a constantly moving platform and it is our job to understand these movements and inform our readers, "says Lark Gould, a noted freelance writer and content director for Travel-Intel and Tours.com". Travel-Intel heading to the Los Angeles Times Travel Show last week and will attend the Adventure Travel Show next month to report on the latest products in cruises, safaris, air travel, hospitality and destination attractions.
As a veteran travel journalist who has been covering the travel industry for more than 20 years, Gould puts her incisive perspective into the weekly publication, with features and news updates, and also "packages" issues that detail great deals to be found at hotels and resort locations worldwide. Travel-Intel can be viewed as a stand-alone site on Tours.com. Gould publishes travel columns in Larkslist, genConnect and Barclay's Travel Community.
About Tours.com: Tours.com since 1995 - The Official Directory of Tours & Vacations Worldwide. Tours.com has a deep and searchable database of vacation and tour companies searchable by company name, destination and/or activity. A comprehensive one-stop Travel Resource section, plus the Find a Travel Agent Specialist search allows one to search for travel agents with in-depth knowledge in their chosen specialty.
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