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Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango are back for more adventures to the other side in a new season of “Ghost Nation.” This season’s locations have bigger mysteries, are more chilling and have never been investigated on television. And this time, they are calling in an old friend for some help – paranormal investigator Shari DeBenedetti. On all investigations, collecting evidence is just the beginning. With the help of their local contacts, they’re going to embed themselves in the community, conducting multi-day investigations in an effort to track down the true source of these hauntings and restore peace to the living. Under the United Paranormal Research Organization (UPRO) banner, local paranormal groups will join the team as they employ new devices and techniques for confronting and questioning spirits. They’ll do whatever it takes to entice the ghost into telling its story and stop

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Oct 08, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Latest research document on ‘Travel Management Software’ market is added in AMA database providing detailed insights on growth factors and future strategies. The study breaks market by key regions that includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific with country level break-up and provide volume* and value related cross segmented information by each country. Some of the important players from a wide list of coverage used under bottom-up approach are Expensify (United States), Chrome River Technologies (United States), Infor (United States), Concur (SAP) (United States), Oracle Corporation (United States), NetSuite (United States), Appricity Corporation (United States), Ariett (United States), Basware (Finland), DATABASIC (United States).

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Unlock Strategies How Players of Travel Management Software market are Tackling Challenge of COVID Situation in; the latest release highlights the key market

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SAN DIEGO, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TurboRes, a trendsetting platform in the hospitality industry has launched a new website to prepare for increased travel in the coming months. The new website is designed to help businesses seamlessly book travel for their employees. It also helps hotels and restaurants gain more visibility and enhances the direct booking process. TurboRes helps these clients by providing intelligent qualified exposure, distribution channel management, a flat listing fee, and robust food and beverage listings.

In addition to the new website, TurboRes is also launching an exclusive platform for their business and hotel partners that makes it easy for them to manage their bookings. This platform has all the information hospitality businesses need to grow their bookings safely amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

About TurboRes

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The global decline in air travel will be worse than previously forecast and a new report on corporations’ plans for travel through 2021 shows that the recovery of business travel demand will continue be sluggish even after one or more Covid-19 vaccines become available, hopefully, in the first half of 2021.

The International Air Transport Association, the airline industry’s global trade group, said Tuesday that global passenger traffic this year will be down a whopping 66% from 2019. Previously IATA had forecast a decline of 63%.

While the revised view is only 3 percentage points worse than IATA’s previous forecast, the enormous numbers of passenger miles flown

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Knee Defender™ helps you stop reclining seats on airplanes so your knees won’t have to.

And with its new design, this clever gadget looks cool, too.

Knee Defender™ is a unique
travel accessory – a
special favorite of tall
frequent fliers.

Knee Defender™ is also valued by airline passengers with small children, “road warriors” who need to work while flying, and any traveler who simply does not like being hit by a reclining airplane seat.

We all like legroom when we fly, but as airlines have reduced legroom the reclining-seat problem has gotten worse – less legroom, more encounters with seatbacks.

Knee Defender™ has been featured by 100s of newspapers, magazines, and TV and radio shows around the world – selecting it as an effective and even essential product from the large pool of available travel gadgets.

  • “Must-have travel gadget.”
    USA Today
  • “If the guy won’t compromise, whip out
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If you ever saw the high-tech African safari movie Congo, you probably know where the state-of-the-art in travel gadgetry is – tent air-conditioners, laser detectors to catch animals roaming too close, and so on. There is another way to go about traveling too, and that involves roughing it. You set forth into the wild with nothing more than a couple of sticks to rub together to make a fire, and maybe a tube of mosquito repellent. But for now, for the rest of us, let’s go the other way – with travel gadgets that cost no more than $50, ones that we’d really need if we weren’t Crocodile Dundee.

You can find travel gadgets at your regular travel store that range from your ubiquitous iPods tricked out with noise canceling headphones, to Olympus’ Tough range of indestructible digital cameras and wearable GPS trackers. The thing is, these gadgets need a … Read More

Website Focuses on Worldwide Travel

May 3, 2020 | website | No Comments

Worldwide travel, from small town festivals around the globe to the highest mountains, are part of the coverage provided by a website focusing on all types of travel in every country on earth.

The site offers photos, stories and videos from around the world with major focus on the southern USA and all states in the country while offering international coverage.

A collection of travel stories and information are gathered into an onsite “magazine” and readers can also access pdf versions of a variety of travel books from the site’s on-line “library”

A recent addition is a store-site link to imprinted items popular with travelers. These can be ordered directly.

Site visitors can participate in an on-line travel course.

Videos cover many activities in the southern USA and numerous slide shows as well, covering festivals, drives, historic areas and tourist attractions.

Web visitors may also submit their travel stories and … Read More

In today’s competitive era, a lot of organizations still manage their travel expenses in a very unorganized manner. The traditional way wastes employee time and productivity and increases the stress of Account payable and Finance team in managing the process manually. To gain competitive advantage, organizations need to move to travel expense management platform that integrates travelers, approvers, travel desks, travel agents, accounts payable and finance on one portal to reduce miscommunication and streamline the process. Unnecessary trips and wasteful cancellations are decreased, travel is only with authorized vendors and travelers function within the recommended procedures and systems. This saves both time and money. Below mentioned are few benefits of an efficient Travel Expense Management Software:

Structured Travel Policy

Earlier when accounting for travel expenses was done manually, it was difficult to keep track of all the expenses and cost incurred. With the travel expense management software, the travel policies … Read More

The speed of light is approximately 300,000 kilometers per second, Did you know electrons that give use electricity also travel very close to this speed. The information travelling on the internet also travels close to this speed. The information or modulated electrons, travel somewhere around 60% of the speed of light in most conductors.

WiFi signals, which travel mostly through the air, travel much closer to the speed of light than electrons moving through copper wire. These signals can travel at the maximum recorded speed of light in a vacuum, which is approximately 185,000 miles per second.

Certain calculations show that electrons can travel through a conductor at 90 % of the speed of light. Imagine how fast these particles could travel in a vacuum. To get them to travel faster you need to apply a lot more energy. This is because the electron gets a lot more heavier, as … Read More