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A view of Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland.

She canceled her Iceland trip in time. Where’s her refund?

When Kim Josund cancels her trip to Iceland, she believes she’s entitled to a full refund. Why are her hotel and dive operator refusing?

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The Lovango Resort & Beach Club, located on a private island, is the first newly built resort in the USVI in more than 30 years.

New resort openings in the Caribbean

From the Bahamas to the US Virgin Islands, and from family-friendly resorts to luxe private-island retreats, here’s a roundup of new Caribbean properties to put on your radar.

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The city hosts the 33rd Boston Wine and Food Festival Jan. 21 through March 26, adding “Food” to the name and many new culinary events.

A new twist to Boston’s wine fest, a Milwaukee hotel that honors the past, and these buses give you a lift to the ski lifts

Travel news you can use.

CHRISTOPHER MUTHER
A visitor to Hoyo Soplador (the Blow Hole) enjoys the water at sunset in San Andres.

This Caribbean island is worth the effort, if you’re willing to put in the work

Our travel writer thought he had encountered a Caribbean disaster in San Andrés, until he found a golf cart and attitude adjustment.

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Seth Sikes at Fire Island Pines, N.Y.

Seth Sikes on beach massages, Judy and Liza, and his upcoming show at Club Café

We caught up with the Paris, Texas, native, who lives in New York City, to talk about all things travel.

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How can you get Orbitz to fix a botched reservation change?

Orbitz switched her Aruba vacation — but not her hotel in Tahiti

When Jennifer Waters changes her vacation location, her online agency drops the ball. How can you get Orbitz to fix a botched reservation change?

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AutoCamp lands in Joshua Tree, Skyspace debuts in South America, and a new lodge opens in Stowe

Travel news you can use.

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L.L. Bean’s Wicked Warm Long Underwear lives up to its name, and the lightweight synthetic material allows for great flexibility and ease of movement.

Hand-me-down-worthy gear to keep the kids warm on snow days and all winter long

Consider some as investments; they’re not cheap, but will last from one kid to the next.