In the wake of the terror attacks in Brussels and elsewhere in Europe, it's more important than ever to keep your travel plans in place.
That's what Nathan Lump, editor-in-chief of Travel and Leisure, argues in his latest article.
Read this piece by our guest - the case for travelling despite terror attacks, by @TravelLeisure's @nathanlump: https://t.co/H6KqFvYVhd
— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) March 24, 2016
Yay @nathanlump on @brianlehrer. I'd say travel MORE important in crises: see real local reaction, how regular ppl cope, not media image.
— Zora O'Neill (@zora) March 24, 2016
@BrianLehrer The daily risk of crime in most American cities is still more dangerous than the threat of terror attacks.
— Steve Reeder (@motmotshop) March 24, 2016
@BrianLehrer I think all NY'ers know we can't let the fear of terrorism shadow our lives. The threat is always there & we are always ready.
— Tyler Clarey (@tylerclarey) March 24, 2016