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A travel blog brought to you by The GO Group. Whether you travel for business or pleasure, you’ll want to check out our tips, recommendations, and “news you can use.”

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Want to know: Where to get the best hot dog in New York? The best surfing beach in Southern California? All you have to do is ask. We hope to be your one-to-one source for travel information regarding GO cities and airports.

And let us know what you think about airport amenities, reclining airline seats, hotel mini bars or whatever else is on your mind. Your comments and queries are most welcome. Send to Editor@goairportshuttle.com

Looking for Something New to Do? Check Out These Unique Museums!

New York You could spend days visiting all the museums in the Big Apple, and you probably have seen many of them already. Maybe, it’s time for something a little bit different. Like, truly unique. How about the KGB Espionage Museum? You’ll uncover a collection of never-before-seen secret tools and techniques used by the infamous

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Top 10 Sensational Hotel View Baths

With the pandemic, you have to take extra care to find a hotel with amenities that can help you relax and enjoy yourself. If you are going with your partner, you need a hotel that will help you inflame your passions for each other. One of the amenities that can help you achieve total relaxation

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Father's Day

GO Group Offers Top 7 Picks for Father’s Day Gifts

Summer travel plans are back on the itinerary this year! If the man in your life is dying to get out and hit the road, then you won’t want to miss the GO Group’s recommendations for Father’s Day gift ideas to help him make the most of his next trip. Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker

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Mother's Day Gifts

Your Cheat Sheet for Unique Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day

With spring sprung and the world starting to reopen what better way to show Mom you care this Mother’s Day than gifting her with gadgets and accessories she can use on the go? The experts at the GO Group, LLC, an international travel and transportation company, give their top five recommendations to ace this Mother’s

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Vinnie Van GO says these Hotel Amenities are HOT!

Mini-bars and free toothbrushes are passé. The experts at The GO Group LLC researched hotels and resorts to the find the most creative new amenities. These properties do it better! Sleep better: With hotels in Seattle, San Diego, San Francisco, Portland and Chicago, the hotels of Pineapple Hospitality offer its guests The Naked Experience™ which

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8 Fun Ways to Experience New Places

Vinnie Van GO likes to stick to a strict schedule while traveling but after some great advice from Jane Hurst, he’s ready to switch things up a bit. Too many people think that the only way to get the most out of their vacations is to have a structured itinerary that has something planned for

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Phoenix: What to Know Before you GO

Hiking, horseback riding, upscale dining, myriad cultural institutions, shopping and more! Add in sunny skies and mountain views and you can’t beat Phoenix and the surrounding areas for a perfect destination for spring break! Bonus for baseball fans – spring training is back! Plans are in place to start on February 27 through March 30.

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Oahu Tours

Hawai’i: What to Know Before you GO!

Hawai’i has it all! Sunny skies, beautiful beaches, gorgeous mountain views! And it’s open for travelers! GO serves Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) in Honolulu on Oahu, Kahului Airport (OGG) on Maui, Kona International (KOA) on the island of Hawai’i, and Kauai Lihue Airport (LIH) on the island of Kauai via partner GO SpeediShuttle.

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Walt Disney World®: What to Know Before you GO

Need some magic in your life? Don your mouse ears and head to Walt Disney World®! Disney theme parks, resort hotels, restaurants, attractions and experiences are open but may be modified and operating under limited capacity. What you need to know before you go: Face masks covering both mouth and nose must be worn at

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What to Know Before you GO to Mexico

Mexico is open to travelers! With its close proximity to the U.S., inexpensive flights and relatively lax entry requirements, warm and sunny Mexico is a popular tourist destination. GO serves Cancun International Airport, transportation travelers to/from top spots in the Yucatan Peninsula, specifically, Cancun, Puerto Morelos, Riviera Maya, Playa Del Carmen, Tulum and more. Note:

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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico: What to Know Before You GO

Puerto Rico is Open to Travelers! Is it dark, gloomy and cold where you live? Or do you just need a change of scenery? Head to Puerto Rico! Warm weather, fabulous beaches and sunny skies! GO serves Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport via GO Puerto Rico Shuttle. What to Know Before you GO: The Basics:

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Colorado: What to Know Before You GO

Snow fun season is in full swing in Colorado! GO operators are up and running at reduced capacity at Colorado’s most popular resorts. When you’re ready to hit the slopes, here’s what to what to know before you go: Protective Gear Masks and face coverings that cover both nose and mouth must be worn at

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6 Important Travel Trends For 2021

With 2020 being a historical year, wherein the world’s evolvement and hustle-bustle came to a halt, we expect enormous changes and drifts in 2021, especially in terms of travel. Experts expect the travel rate to rise as the year progresses. Hopefully, with the decrease in the number of COVID cases, people will be able to

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6 Ideas for Great Travel Gifts!

The holidays always bring hope for the year to come, and what better way to embrace that hope than gifting the traveler in your life with something they can use when they finally get to resume checking locales off their bucket lists? Here are six top holiday gifts for the avid travelers and gadget fans

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5 Tips for a Successful Airport Transfer

Booking online for airport transportation is easy! But if you have questions, check out this article by guest blogger Xavier James. Booking airport transfers can be confusing, especially if it’s your first time and because of COVID-19 restrictions and regulations. Add to that the tight schedules of flights, last minute flight changes, and the big

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New Airport Amenities Keep Travelers Safe and Entertained

With the holiday season approaching, so is the prospect of long travel. If you’re planning on braving holiday airport crowds in the era of coronavirus perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to be able to take advantages of one of these new airport amenities. Tuscon International Airport, Tuscon, AZ—Hands-Free Elevators Whether you want to avoid germs

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How to Reduce Your Environmentl Impact While Traveling

Among the many perks of globalization, traveling is by far the biggest one. You can now fly for as cheap as $50, book an affordable 2-night stay at the close-to-the-airport hotel, and order room service if you don’t feel like going out to eat. Sounds too good to be true? That’s because it is. You

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6 Terrifically Terrifying Halloween Events!

It’s almost October and that means it’s time to get spooky! While some Halloween events have been put on hiatus this year, that doesn’t mean all the creepy-crawlies have been cancelled. Here are six socially-distant, Spooktacular scares for kids and adults alike across the U.S. Museum of Terror—Chicago, IL(Weekends Oct. 15- Nov. 22) This two-story

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5 Tips to Avoid Coronavirus at the Airport

Initially, the threat of Coronavirus had airports’ screening passengers to ensure safe travel. Eventually, it led to a complete global shut down of international travel. Be it for recreational purposes or business. Even national and international trade came to a halt. But now, with some stability and even decrease in some countries, travel and major

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What Counts as Essential Travel During the Covid-19 Lockdown?

The COVID-19 outbreak has introduced us to live a new kind of lifestyle. It’s a lifestyle riddled with restrictions, and traveling is one of the most significant no-nos.The lockdowns have been in practice around the globe to help contain the virus and to stay safe. The alarming number of increasing cases has led countries to

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