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  • HotelChatter.com.  "HotelChatter is a daily web magazine chronicling hotel stories worldwide.

    HotelChatter is dedicated to covering everything related to hotels and lodging around the world, we cover hotel deals and reviews, which celebrities are staying where, hotel industry news, tips for booking online, the hotels you should stay away from, the hotels you should book, and more.

    Our publication is updated multiple times daily, and is always delivering the freshest information on 'where to stay when you leave.'" 
  • InFlightHQ.com.  "inFlightHQ is a blog that publishes tools, tips, and techniques for being productive at 30,000 feet. inFlightHQ is sponsored by Connexion by Boeing. Connexion by Boeing provides in-flight Internet access at a speed comparable to what you experience in a broadband home or office environment. Business travellers can access what they want when they want it, including their e-mail, the latest news, stock quotes, and online retailers. Or they can make the most of their travel time to learn more about their destination, itinerary, and even make reservations online."   
  • Road Weary.  "I travel for work. I have no fear of flying. I have a paralyzing fear of baggage claim. No matter how successful any given trip may be, there's always some travel provider -- an airline, a hotel, a cab company, somebody who will add a bit of misery to the experience. It's inevitable. I need a place to vent, to kvetch, to complain. This is it. Welcome to my life on the road. If you need to know any more than this, I have a business web site and a blog dedicated to the work I do, and you're welcome to visit either or both. But this blog, this blog is just about business travel. And it isn't pretty."

Business Travel Web Sites

  • About.com Business Travel.  About.com's business travel section provides a wide array of business and non-business travel information.
  • Business Traveler. Supports a business travel magazine of the same name.
  • National Business Travel Association (NBTA).  "NBTA is a trade association dedicated to promoting the value of business travel management. The Association creates a direct connection between corporate travel buyers and suppliers, and serves as the leading source of information, education, and networking in the business travel industry." 

International

U.S. Department of State.  What the Department of State does:  "The Executive Branch and Congress have constitutional responsibilities for U.S. foreign policy, and within the Executive Branch, the Department of State (DoS) is the lead U.S. foreign affairs agency. DoS plays the primary role in leading interagency coordination in developing and implementing foreign policy; manages foreign affairs resources; leads and coordinates U.S. representation abroad; conducts negotiations and concludes agreements and treaties on issues ranging from trade to nuclear weapons; and coordinates and supports international activities of other U.S. agencies and officials.

Offices and bureaus within DoS that do not report directly to the Secretary of State are organized in groups to support policy planning, coordination, and execution. These groups, or offices, are managed by six under secretaries who report to the secretary and serve as the department's "corporate board" on foreign policy.

The Office of the Under Secretary for Management is responsible for management improvement initiatives; security; the department's information technology infrastructure; support services for domestic and overseas operations; consular affairs; and personnel matters, including retirement programs, recruitment, career development, training, and medical services."
  • The U.S. Department of State provides information to Americans traveling abroad and to visitors to the U.S.  The following are major areas of interest on their Web site:


 
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