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What makes a hotel stay feel luxurious is often the simplest things: fluffy towels, clean sheets and mini toiletries there whenever you need them. Want to recreate that same sense of indulgence in your own space? Use these organization ideas to give your home the five-star treatment.

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Miles and points junkies play a fun game called “chase the fare.” If you’re not familiar, when some crazy low airfare comes up, you don’t think, you just book… and then figure out what you will do when you get there. It’s why you’ll see bunches of folks on Twitter going to and from places […]

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Scottsbluff Fire Marshal Anthony Murphy says that the America's Best Quality Inn has been closed until life and safety violations are resolved. Owner Kuldip Singh disputes that the hotel has not addressed issues as they arise. 

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Scottsbluff and Gering firefighters have responded to a fire at a Scottsbluff hotel, America's Best Value Inn. Scottsbluff residents will be more familiar with the hotel's former name, the Scottsbluff Inn.  

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The latest offering from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “The Underground Railroad” is the playful tale of a heist, set at a Harlem hotel in the early 1960s. Penguin Random House, Sept. 14

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Agatha Christie’s “At Bertram’s Hotel” takes Miss Marple to London, to the doppelgänger of Brown’s, one of Christie’s favorite hotels, which apparently still offers tea. Well, maybe not these days.

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So if you go into a hotel room, and it says “redrum” on the wall. Do I need to tell you what to do? Stephen King’s 1977 classic thriller “The Shining” changed the way we all look at hotels, especially ones far from civilization, and snowed in, and um, occupied by ghosts (or other such things).

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Not that it’s how you necessarily gauge anything, but Amor Towles’ “A Gentleman in Moscow” has 22,079 ratings on Amazon. Also, O, The Oprah Magazine called it the ultimate quarantine read.

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Download the My Disney Experience App for real-time ride wait times and park hours. While the mobile app isn’t new, it’s useful to have, especially during the pandemic with its contactless hotel check-in capabilities and mobile ordering at select restaurants.

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