Chris Elliott

Ombudsman for National Geographic Traveler

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Ombudsman for National Geographic Traveler, he also writes the travel blog ellipses

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Tens of thousands of airline passengers have been stranded just as the pre-Christmas travel crunch gets under way.  It’s all because of weather problems in Denver and London.

Storms Disrupt Holiday Travel

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