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Losing Your Valuables While Traveling

You’re winging your way across Europe, having the time of your life, when you make a simple mistake. You set your bag down next to your café chair, and before you know it…your bag is gone. Unfortunately, today’s the day you tucked your passport, credit cards, and extra cash in your bag instead of in your money belt. That sinking feeling is the realization that you’ve lost everything, except for the euro or two in your pocket.

Odds are, this won’t ever happen to you. But a little bit of advance preparation can make even this worst-case scenario a minor bump in your European adventure.

Find out what to do when losing your valuable while traveling here!

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Traveling Boston after Marathon Bombing

Traveling Boston after Marathon Bombing

In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon Monday, traveling in and out of the city has become a bit more arduous because of the heightened level of security.

Here are a few updates on how services in Boston are being affected:

– A Massport representative told Boston.com Tuesday that Logan Airport is “open for business as usual.” Security remains heightened.

– Boston Logan Airport tweeted Tuesday that “operations continued unabated” while security inspected US Airways Flight 1716 from Philadelphia. The Associated Press reported that the flight was held after landing so authorities could check out baggage.

Read the entire article here!