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NEWS
May 9, 2012 | By Chris Erskine, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
Seventy percent of beaches on Maui, Kauai and Oahu are going through long-term erosion , the U.S. Geological Survey says in a study released this week  . . . . The average hotel room rate in central London for the Olympic period this summer: $341 a night . . . . Happy 100th birthday to the Beverly Hills Hotel , which celebrates the milestone Saturday . . . . . Newport's Balboa Bay Club & Resort is hosting its ninth annual celebration...
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NEWS
March 21, 2013 | By Jenn Harris
When actress Kate Walsh, star of ABC's "Private Practice," was not playing neonatal surgeon Dr. Addison Montgomery, she was quite the traveler. Now that the show has finished its sixth and final season, Walsh is taking some time to travel the world. Walsh traveled a lot when she was younger with her brothers and sisters, camping and going up and down the coast of California or Mexico . She's been on a helicopter ride in Belize and a belly-dancing African safari. She chatted with us about her favorite destinations, where she's off to next and her travel-friendly Boyfriend fragrance line .  How long have you been traveling?
TRAVEL
October 23, 2011
ARGENTINA AND CHILE Slide show Wayne Bernhardson will discuss the capital cities of Buenos Aires and Santiago, the gateway cities to Patagonia, and will offer a visual tour of the Chilean and Argentine lakes district, Argentina's wildlife-rich coastline, Chile's forested fjords and Tierra del Fuego. When, where: 7:30 p.m. Monday at Distant Lands, 20 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena. Admission, info: Free. RSVP to (626) 449-3220. EUROPE Slide show Mort Loveman will present "Journey to Asia - Borneo, Toraja and Bali.
TRAVEL
November 20, 2011
How Detroit has changed Thanks for the great article ["Psst! Did You Know?" by Andrew Bender, Nov. 13], and thanks for referring to us as "Michiganders" instead of "Michigainians. " I grew up just outside Detroit in Bloomfield Hills and always loved the "'hoods" downtown. Yes, in the last several decades there were areas I avoided at night and one or two I avoided even during the day, but for the most part, I did and still love downtown Detroit. Teri Springer Richland, Mich.
BUSINESS
March 5, 2009 | Stuart Pfeifer
Broadcom Corp. co-founder Henry T. Nicholas III will be able to ditch his electronic monitoring bracelet and travel freely throughout the U.S. while awaiting trial on criminal charges, a federal judge ruled. U.S. Magistrate Judge Arthur Nakazato granted Nicholas' request Monday but said the billionaire former executive would have to consent to random drug testing and obtain advance approval from court officials to travel outside Southern California. Nicholas, free on $3.
OPINION
January 24, 2011 | Gregory Rodriguez
I demand a recount! Or a re-survey! Or some form of redress for the aspersions Travel + Leisure magazine has cast not only on the City of Angels but on all of us Angelenos. The magazine released a survey last week of travelers who, in all their wisdom, concluded that Los Angeles surpasses New York as the rudest city in America. Excuse me? My first reaction was fear that I would never again be able to use the rude New Yorker jokes in my already limited humor repertoire ?
TRAVEL
July 11, 2010 | From The Los Angeles Times
Value added? Not so much Spain has found a convenient way to ease its troublesome budget deficit. During a May transatlantic cruise, some 750 passengers on Holland America's Prinsendam, including my wife and me, were notified that Spain had imposed a 7% value-added tax on shipboard purchases while in Spanish waters. The Prinsendam docked at the Spanish ports of Cádiz, A Coruña and Bilbao. Of course, the VAT on-board would be in addition to the same tax we were charged for on-shore buys.
TRAVEL
February 27, 2011 | By Chris Erskine, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
Gulliver traveled. Look where it got him: lashed to the land by little people. Columbus, big traveler, right? Underestimated the circumference of the Earth and died thinking he'd found India. Sure, you can come up with justifications for never leaving the splendid safety of your office chair. Truth is, travel makes us better in many ways: better employees, better buddies, better mates. So, no, in these tough times, you probably don't feel the need to spend the money. But here's why we all should escape somewhere anyway: The anticipation Pros: A vacation begins the second you start to plan it. A study last year found that travelers' moods improved eight weeks before the actual vacation started.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1994
Changes in travel patterns are slowly taking place for economic, technological and sociological reasons, according to the 1993 "travel barometer" survey by Maritz Marketing Research Inc. for Budget Rent a Car. Some questions were concerned travel frequency in general while others were specific to the rental car habits.
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