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Top 10 in Travel News: Week of March 22, 2017
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2 Comments On "Top 10 in Travel News: Week of March 22, 2017"
  1. Liz|

    I have a question about travel insurance. You’ve recommended companies in the past but I have lost that info. I purchases travel insurance through Travel Guard as I was having trouble finding a company who would insure me. My legal address is Memphis, TN but I have booked a cruise through a Canadian company. Since we are flying out of YWG to Quebec City, then taking a cruise which ends in Boston, MA. I will fly back to YWG. I’m learning that most companies will only issue insurance if your trip starts & ends where your “permanent residence” is. I’ve called 2 other companies & was referred to Travel Guard by Liason International. I should have read up on Travel Guard first instead of buying a policy from them, then checking them out online. I’m in the process of cancelling that policy but am looking for an “honest” insurer. Can you offer any advise on who I should .

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