Following the Arab Spring uprising, tourism greatly decreased in Egypt. The decrease also harmed restoration efforts, which were mainly funded by tourist activities.
Decommissioned airplanes usually end up in metal scrap yards, but some have been turned into hotels. One was turned into a 27-room hostel, while others are 5-star single room hotels.
Water quality can vary widely at different American beaches. Malibu Pier in Los Angeles and Beachwood Beach in New Jersey are the worst offenders.
The Valley of Guadalupe is on the largest producers of wine in Mexico. One winery offers horseback tours through the nearby vineyards. High-end dining has recently gained popularity in the area.
A travel expert explains basic rules all travelers should follow. Some forms of airline etiquette are about respecting privacy and comfort of others.
Travel expert Peter Greenberg explains the best way to bargain in markets abroad. Some vendors will only accept certain types of credit cards.
Many Americans do not use all the vacation time they are offered at work. One reason is the fear that something will happen at work without them there.
Credits: Egypt Tourism (Episode 208)
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Peter Greenberg explains how travel and tourism flatlined in Egypt and how it impacted the country.
Length: 25 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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