WSJ's Scott McCartney joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero and discusses how travel agencies expect a strong summer travel season despite fears of terrorism, thanks to a strong dollar and cheaper airline tickets. Photo: iStock “We’re kind of learning to live with this now. The traveler is much more resilient these days” in the face of attacks and diseases such as the Zika virus, says David Scowsill, chief executive of the World Travel & Tourism Council, a London-based group of travel company leaders. Some travelers are opting to explore lower-profile destinations considered less likely to be a target, like Lisbon and Prague, travel agencies say. Bookings at travel agencies in the Virtuoso network are up 88% to Portugal. Ireland is up 58% in volume of bookings, Mexico up 48%, Sweden 23% and Poland 18% at Virtuoso-connected agencies. Get the full story at The Wall Street Journal