The Return of Business Travel, and the Rise of the Flexcation

After the pandemic caused business travel to come to a complete halt, the future of business travel became unclear. Some predicated that business travel was dead and that the availability of remote work meant business travel would never recover to pre-pandemic levels.

However, as vaccinations became widespread and travel restrictions eased, business travel began to reemerge in 2022 as many companies looked to re-instill human connections, reconnect teams, and attend conferences. Now, as we enter 2023, the business travel sector faces new challenges with a looming recession. While the impact is yet to be seen, one thing is clear: consumers


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Disney Dining Promo Card for up to $750 discount this summer

Most things have returned to their previous status at Walt Disney World since the theme park resort closed in March 2020. However, the “Disney Dining Plan” had not returned yet. But today, Walt Disney World Resort released a new “Disney Dining Promo Card” offer with select vacation packages for some of summer 2023.

The Disney Dining Promo Card will be available with vacation packages with select hotel stays between June 25 and Sept. 14, 2023. According to Disney’s website, with the purchase of a five-night, four-day non-discounted room and ticket package at select Walt Disney World Resorts, guests can


British Museum confirms Parthenon marbles talks with Greece

The British Museum in London has confirmed that it is in discussions with the Greek government over the future of the Parthenon Marbles. A report published by Bloomberg on 3 January suggested that the two parties are closing on a deal that would see some of the contested sculptures return from London to Athens as part of a loan agreement; Greek sources dispute this version of events, with one official telling the Guardian that ‘there is no such deal’. Secret negotiations between the museum’s chair of trustees, George Osborne, and the Greek government are said to have begun more than