Travel Tip: Another Cruise Line Bans Smoking It’s probably no surprise that smoking bans are becoming more commonplace…and now we’re starting to see regulations on international waters as well. Carnival is the latest cruise line to ban smoking on cabin balconies, starting this October. 07/31/2014 - 6:27 pm | View Link
Norwegian Cruise Line Bans Balcony Smoking Norwegian Cruise Line became the latest cruise line to put an end to balcony smoking. The announcement comes a week after Carnival said that guests will no longer be allowed to light up on stateroom balconies. This new policy from Norwegian starts on all ... 07/16/2014 - 11:50 am | View Link
Norwegian Cruise Line bans smoking on balconies Norwegian Cruise Line joined the list of cruise lines that prohibit smoking on cruise ship cabin balconies. It said the policy takes effect Nov. 1. Passengers caught smoking will be fined $250. In addition, smoking in the casino will be limited to active ... 07/16/2014 - 3:48 am | View Link
Norwegian Cruise Line Bans Smoking on Balconies Update, 11:41 a.m. EDT: Passengers interested in canceling a sailing booked for after the smoking ban goes into affect may do so under Norwegian Cruise Line's normal cancellation policy. "The November 1 effective date gives most people that want to cancel ... 07/16/2014 - 2:09 am | View Link
Norwegian Cruise Line bans balcony smoking Norwegian Cruise Line has become the latest cruise operator to prohibit smoking on stateroom balconies. The Miami-based cruise line announced the update to its smoking policy Wednesday; changes go into effect Nov. 1. In addition to the balcony ban, smoking ... 07/15/2014 - 4:14 pm | View Link
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Norwegian Cruise Line fans cry foul over new beverage policy Norwegian Cruise Line fans cry foul over new beverage policy. Effective July 15, the company will ban passengers from bringing beverages on ships 07/8/2016 - 1:34 pm | View Website
Norwegian Cruise Line bans carry-on beverages Norwegian Cruise Line bans carry-on beverages. The company no longer will allow customers to bring their own drinks on board in luggage 07/6/2016 - 9:19 am | View Website
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The first trip to Telluride requires no planning.
Visitors need only drive into the box canyon with its red and white cliffs, topped by a crown of jagged blue peaks, marvel at its unsurpassed beauty, retrieve their jaw from the valley floor and then repeat the process on all subsequent days of their visit.
However the next trip (and believe me, the second you see Telluride in the rear view mirror, you will want to know when you are coming back) might call for a little more scheduling.
On a trip this summer, my family and I took in the historic mining town from some new angles, each more gorgeous than the one before.
Although we usually stay in the town of Telluride, this summer we stayed about 800 feet higher in the quieter Mountain Village.
Worries that we would lose the dramatic views you get in town were erased as soon as I stepped out onto the terrace of the “Sky Pool” at the Madeline Hotel.
The Mountain Village, which has its own restaurants, shops and trails, is connected to the town by a free gondola that runs from 7 a.m.
We’ve all been there before, standing in front of our hotel room door and wondering where on Earth that flat, plastic key card went.
Maybe it’s at the bottom of your purse. Or stuck to a credit card in your wallet. Or lying, forgotten, on the nightstand inside.
At The Curtis hotel in downtown Denver, those days of fumbling and frustration are over — as long as you have your smartphone on you.
The pop culture-themed hotel recently rolled out Hilton’s new Digital Key technology for its 336 guest rooms, which allows Hilton HHonors members to use their smartphones as their room key. The HHonors app also allows guests to check in digitally, choose the exact room they want and get notified when that room is ready, bypassing the front desk upon arrival.
“We’re expecting that the people who use it will enjoy it,” said Zach Lybbert, director of marketing and sales at The Curtis.