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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

No matter which surveys and analyses you follow, one thing is for certain – fewer Americans are going to be traveling during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Both AAA Travel and the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) predict that as many as two-thirds of Americans will end up staying at home as the coronavirus continues a surge of second wave of positive tests across virtually ...

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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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Staying in a rental house or cabin with your immediate household is a lower risk than staying in hotels or someone else's home, according to the CDC's risk assessment.

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