In-Flight Wellness Now Means Yoga on the Plane

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Manchester City’s Tessel Middag and Karen Bardsley do yoga on the plane to Russia for the Champions League match in 2005. Tom Flathers/Manchester City FC / Bloomberg

Skift Take: Free diver and conservationist Hanli Prinsloo shares her tricks for packing the most useful clothes you’ll ever wear, taking care of your ears while traveling, and the importance of matching underwear. Most of the travel advice here is sound stuff, but a sarong? Well, that won’t be for everyone, even if it’s useful.

— Sean O’Neill

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Eastern Europe Tackles Overtourism and 9 Other Tourism Trends This Week

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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, Boudicca ship, pictured in Slovenia. Many in Eastern Europe are thinking actively about overtourism. Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

Skift Take: This week in tourism, officials in Eastern Europe are examining their western neighbors to avoid the slippery slope that leads to excessive visitation. Then Los Cabos finds a workaround for the closure of Mexico’s federal tourism board.

— Sarah Enelow-Snyder

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San Francisco May Charge Tourists to Drive on Famed Crooked Street

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Cars wind their way down Lombard Street in San Francisco. California lawmakers approved a bill Thursday granting San Francisco the power to establish a toll and reservation system for Lombard Street. Eric Risberg / Associated Press

Skift Take: For years, the city has dealt with overtourism in some of its most iconic spots. Forcing people to reserve a drive down Lombard Street would go a long way in cutting down on traffic.

— Isaac Carey

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Airbnb Can Inform on Rivals and 11 Other Hospitality Trends This Week

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An Airbnb listing in London. The homesharing platform has new settlements with Boston and Miami Beach. Airbnb

Skift Take: This week in hospitality, new Airbnb settlements with Boston and Miami Beach could begin to level the playing field. Then we ask meeting planners, what would happen if Trump held the G7 at his Miami resort?

— Sarah Enelow-Snyder

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