- ACT ClearCoat protects surfaces from the Covid-19 virus and other microbes.
- The DOJ is claiming that Google has abused its dominant position in search and advertising to keep competition down.
- via bbc.comThese nuggets of ancestral wisdom are used to “hack” everyday problems
- According to Abu Dhabi's culture and tourism department, the treaty, combined with the kosher certification platform, "paves the way for Jewish tourists ... to visit the emirate."
- In doing so, the carrier also shifted its nonstop service from Newark Liberty to JFK Airport.
- Tell us about your favourite, and what it means to you, for the chance to win £200 towards a Sawday’s stay“Conkers shining on the ground/The air is cooler…” The opening lines of a song by the band Stornaway capture the essence of autumn for children and big kids alike. In 2017, the Royal Society of Biology invited the public to vote for their favourite UK tree species – and the horse chestnut won. Now we learn that England’s tree of the year in 2015 has
- It has begun a series of 10-day Mediterranean cruises from Genoa, Italy.
- The U.S. Travel Association applauded the agency's guidance, which suggests operators refuse boarding to anyone not wearing a mask.
- Created with Finger Licking Foodie Tours, the packages comprise 10 signature dishes at the property's on-site restaurants.
- From reindeer pizza to a cheese whose flavour might depend on the mood of the cows, there’s so much more to Sweden’s cuisine than Ikea meatballs …1. Everyone loves a crayfish party
In Britain, our most popular summer food ritual involves eating mouth-burning chips with a wooden fork on the seafront. In Sweden, summer is celebrated with the kräftskiva – a crayfish party that’s the highlight of any self-respecting Swede’s calendar. Held in early August, fl
- A deli in Lapland and a trendy Gothenburg hangout are two perfect places to trawl for Swedish delicacies … but they’re just a taste of things to come for epicureans on a mouth-watering Scandi adventure1. Teatern, Stockholm
Shopping centres and gourmet cuisine rarely coincide, but Teatern’s amphitheatre-shaped food court – inside the Ringen mall of trendy Södermalm district – proves a happy exception. Happy, and affordable: the nine restaurants here see A-list
- When cutting-edge creativity meets fantastical landscapes, the results can be quite breathtaking … take a look at how Sweden is inspiring an architectural revolutionFrom the ancient wooden dwellings of the middle ages to the experimental postmodernism of the 1960s, Swedish architecture has charged through countless different styles and eras, bending European trends to its own Nordic context while also creating an independent vernacular.The country’s architects now frequently lead th
- From the wild beauty of the Härjedalen mountains to the scattered islands of the Gothenburg archipelago, Europe’s third-largest country is a haven for anyone who enjoys the great outdoorsWherever you are in Sweden, nature is never far away. Tiny villages come with backdrops of towering snow-cloaked mountains and buzzy cities are hugged by the arms of clean, winding rivers. This is the third largest country in Europe, yet it has the second lowest population density; the result is a lan
- Etorre Colussi's passion for travel and watersports led him to the D.R.
- The resort's VanDutch yacht experience includes a visit to an underwater museum, fine food and fireworks.
- Many seasonal events have been axed, but light displays and trails will go ahead illuminating cityscapes, stately homes and gardens Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAs if we didn’t have enough reasons to hate Covid-19, now it’s threatening – Grinch-style – to steal Christmas, too. Growing numbers of cities are cancelling their Christmas markets. One of the most recent cities to abandon its plans is Manchester. Its Christmas spokesperson, c
- Policies that are "more pandemic-friendly" are emerging and "cancel for any reason" add-ons are more widely available. For a price, of course.
- Beaches and most major hotels are now open.
- There are many possible reasons for the shift, but travel advisors point to at least two.
- Coronavirus tests that cost £80 offered to travellers to Hong KongCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePassengers flying from London Heathrow to Hong Kong will be able to have a rapid Covid-19 test at the airport before checking in, after the UK’s first pre-departure facility opened on Tuesday.The tests, which must be pre-booked, cost £80 and results will be available within an hour. Continue reading...
- An ambitious project is under way to turn one of the world’s most overrun streets into an the ‘immersive art centre of southern Europe’Once a byword for the worst excesses of overtourism, Barcelona now aspires to be a role model for other cities that once put all their eggs in the tourist basket. It is reinventing itself and reclaiming public space for the city’s residents, starting with its most famous boulevard, La Rambla.“The crisis has exposed the weakness of a
- Venues are taking the necessary steps to revive a vital business for the city, putting forth guidelines and even staging a mock trade show.
- The move is response to strong travel demand from the U.S. mainland, according to the USVI's tourism minister.
- Four cruise executives spoke during a Monday panel at Avoya Travel's virtual conference.
- "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition" and "Bodies -- The Exhibition" are open Thursdays through Sundays at the Las Vegas resort.
- Matt Berna most recently served in a top role with Peak DMC, the destination management arm of Intrepid Group.
- "Transmigrations" is an interactive, augmented-reality installation exclusively available to guests staying in rooms in the tower's Virtual Pad collection.
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