To answer that question, I consulted my feed reader to find out which travel sites I visit the most often. In the past, I’ve pulled the list out of thin air, but a little methodology never hurts, right?
By the way, I wrote this post before the circus with the Department of Homeland Security started. It’s nice to know that some of these bloggers also read my site.
Here they are:
Burning question: What do you think of the TSA? Got an opinion about the new security measures? What do you think the government should be doing? Please send me with your thoughts, and don’t forget to include your city and occupation.
In this issue. Avoiding a la carte anarchy. Plus, more on the new TSA restrictions and how to get your travel insurance company to say “yes.”
(Note: some of the older posts about the TSA’s new rules have already been revised. I’ll be posting the latest information on my site soon.)
• 5 easy ways to avoid a la carte anarchy (MSNBC)
• Tips on traveling in bad weather (The Washington Post)
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