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New travel agency launches online booking service to boost travel options

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Expedia has launched an online booking site that allows customers to book online for hotels, flights, cruise ships, and cruise ship cruises.

The site, called Expedia Traveler, was announced on Wednesday, as the online booking platform was being revamped.

The revamped booking site, which is now live, will allow customers to easily book travel from major destinations to smaller ones, such as resorts and hotels, for just $10 per day.

Customers will also be able to search for hotels in their local area by keyword, as well as search for cruise ships by name and type.

The site also has a hotel search function, which will help customers find the best hotels for their trip.

In a statement, Expedia CEO Jim McNerney said: “Our travel and accommodation business has been evolving rapidly and Expedia is pleased to have created a platform that is designed to enable travelers to book and book well and to find their next destination quickly.

The new Expedia travel booking site offers an extensive collection of travel information, from booking your next vacation to hotel rates, ship itineraries, and more.”

This new platform will make it easier for our customers to discover and book hotels and cruises that fit their budget and lifestyle, and also provide them with the ability to explore the world in new and exciting ways,” he added.

The company is also looking to expand its online travel booking business.

The travel booking platform has been updated to include a searchable travel guide for hotels and cruise ships.

The website will also have an option to view the current availability of cruise ships in a given port.

The new Expensive Cruise Listing will include information on the current prices of cruises and cruisers that are currently available in a particular port.

The updated site also features a list of top cruise ship destinations, as per the latest listings from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.