Egypt Travel Tips

Written by Frank Stephenson. Make sure you have plenty of memory for camera or film. Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water even if you’re not perspiring. Water in hotels is fine to drink, but anywhere else, drink bottled water (even on riverboat). Do not eat any food from the vendors or outside of the restaurants […]

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October 31, 2010

Holiday Travel: More Options, More Value

Written by Joy Thrun. This article was featured in Greater Lansing Business Monthly (October 2010). If you have not done so already, it’s time to begin planning and start booking holiday and spring break travel. There are more options than ever and great deals to be had on both land and sea. For those of […]

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May 21, 2010

The Loss of Todd Thrun

Todd Scott Thrun (May 11, 1956 – May 21, 2010) The Thrun Family and Classic Travel want to thank you for keeping us in your hearts during this difficult time. Todd passed away peacefully on Friday, May 21, after a long illness. Todd was an integral part of Classic Travel. He was our vice president, […]

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Irish History Paper Proposal

Written by Colin Maguire. Irish history is, at times, inexorably intertwined with British invasion and intrigue. As my preliminary research has suggested, this holds true for my descendants. The mighty Maguire’s of Fermanagh County in West Ulster were a powerful clan in Ireland. They were landed nobles and staunch Catholics. Not surprisingly, this led them […]

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October 20, 2006

Airport Security Update: TSA Adjusts Liquid Ban

Carry-On Allowance Passengers traveling within the United States may bring through the security checkpoint travel-size toiletries (3-ounce container or smaller) that fit in one, quart-size, clear plastic, zip-top bag. The bag must be completely closed / sealed and must be submitted for inspection separately from other carry-on baggage. Examples of allowed toiletries include the following: […]

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