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Owensboro Couple Accidentally Book Cabin On True Love Boat

According VarietyCBS recently ordered a local version of The True Love Boatwhich is a reality dating competition on the high seas. The inspiration for the show, obviously, is the popular 1970s series, The ship of lovewhich, if you ask me, gave us one of the most recognizable and funniest TV …

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The UK’s best beaches monitored during the heatwave

The weather across the UK is warming up with parts of South East England hitting a whopping 30 degrees Celsius today and 34 later in the week. And, while London and the Home Counties face the brunt of the heat wave, the weather is sunny and warm as far as …

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Saudi Arabia moves up eight places in the 2022 World Competitiveness Yearbook

MENA Project Tracker: Italian firm to work on $878 million Diriyah parking project; TDF signs $266 million deal RIYADH: The Diriyah Gate Development Authority, also known as DGDA, is working with Italian builder Webuild to develop an $878 million multi-level car park at the heritage site. The contract will be …

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TripAdvisor’s top-rated free activities this summer when staying in the UK

Many of us may have been thinking about our first overseas vacation since 2019 this year, with pandemic travel restrictions largely a thing of the past. But airport delays, flight cancellations and rising costs of living could mean you’re considering staying an extra year. If you’re planning on staying in …

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Fuel costs force many to avoid navigating the Magic Valley

People just can’t afford the trip. The Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office testifies to some economic problems. Fewer people come from other states or travel from Treasure Valley to boat, kayak or board the Snake River off Centennial Park. Deputies can tell by the number of inspections, available parking spaces …

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Photo exhibition to take a fresh look at Turkish tourism

TEHRAN — A collection of photographs showcasing cultural and natural attractions in Turkey will be on display at a major museum in Mashhad, northeastern Iran. A Turkish tourism photo exhibit is due to open at the Grand Khorasan Museum on June 11, museum director Ali Safarnejad said on Thursday. “Iran …

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World News | Japan’s Palanquin Mikoshi Fest marks the reopening of the tourism sector

Tokyo [Japan], June 4 (ANI): It is a religious palanquin “mikoshi”, a sacred shrine that walks in the middle of a crowd of spectators. Visitors rejoice to attend the celebrations after the long pandemic break. For the first time in three years, three Mikoshis were transported from the Asakusa Shrine …

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BIRDWATCH: Great Birding Spots to Check Out When Visiting South Carolina

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Column An egret wades through the shallow waters of a marsh at Huntington Beach State Park in South Carolina’s Murrels Inlet, near Myrtle Beach. A great blue heron is camouflaged in tall grass. LCBallard Getty Images Photo by LCBallard /Getty Images/iStockphoto Content of the article In March, …

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Who pays for the trips of the actors of “Real Housewives”?

During almost all seasons of The Real Housewives — from any city — the ladies are embarking on a fabulous vacation. But who really pays for these real housewives trips? The destinations are usually exotic, and the cast members usually stay in ultra-luxury homes or resorts filled with sweets, booze, …

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Liverpool doctor who treated monkeypox explains virus ‘big surprise’

A sudden spike in monkeypox cases has caused concern and confusion in recent weeks as experts scramble to explain why the virus is spreading in the community outside Africa for the first time. Public health workers are isolating those infected with the virus and locating their close contacts, isolating them …

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Celebrate Dracula’s 125th birthday with a visit to Whitby

This week marks the 125th anniversary of the first publication of the timeless novel Dracula on May 26, 1897. With Whitby being the epicenter of the classic, Sykes Holiday Cottages has brought together a selection of properties in the area so holidaymakers can experience the inspiration behind Bram Stoker’s Novel. …

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Yakima Schools Chief Sends Note to Parents About Tragedy

We must protect the city. The words of Yakima Police Captain Jay Seely when asked why the Yakima Police Department no longer has armed resource officers at colleges across the city. Seely says that in the past, the department had enough officers to cover all areas of the city and …

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Turkish tourism heats up, stoking hopes of economic recovery | The mighty 790 KFGO

By Ceyda Caglayan and Canan Sevgili ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The number of foreigners arriving in Turkey last month more than tripled from a year earlier, data showed on Monday, bolstering expectations that a rebound in the sector will help repair a battered economy. a weak currency and high inflation. Industry …

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7 countries with travel advisories issued by the Government of Canada

While Canada’s travel restrictions have become less stringent, that doesn’t mean Canadians can just get up and go wherever they please – at least not yet. The Government of Canada has issued a series of travel advisories for Canadians to follow; alerting them to various destinations that travelers should avoid …

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Travel news: where to stay, how to travel and what to eat

Editor’s Note – Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel‘s weekly newsletter. Get news on when destinations open and close, inspiration for future adventures, plus the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. (CNN) — This week in travel news: the best hotels …

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Holidays in Spain: Mask rules for Irish passengers on Ryanair and Aer Lingus flights after latest changes

Ryanair and Aer Lingus passengers flying to Spain are likely to have to wear face masks in flight for the foreseeable future, despite recent changes to EU mask-wearing policies. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) previously announced that it would no longer recommend mandatory face coverings on board flights …

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Tourist boards are turning to their national cuisine to gain a competitive advantage over rival destinations, according to GlobalData

As the recovery of the travel industry begins to gain momentum, many tourist boards are looking to differentiate themselves from rival destinations by focusing on their cuisine rather than traditional natural hotspots, cities or coastal areas, observes GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. According to GlobalData’s Announcement Database, Destination …

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Yakima Police Help Fight Sunnyside Gang Crime

Sunnyside Police are continuing their investigation into the Friday, May 6 shooting in which five people were shot in downtown Sunnyside during the annual Cinco De Mayo celebration. The shooting canceled the weekend event on Friday. Police continue to investigate but so far no arrests have been made Police spoke …

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Spending by Irish holidaymakers increases by 100% in Greece, Spain and Italy

Irish consumers spent more money at EU tourist sites in April, according to analysis of credit cards from the Bank of Ireland. According to the authority, spending by Irish customers in Greece, Turkey and Portugal jumped by more than 100%, with the highest levels of spending recorded in the Hellenic …

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Montana DPHHS to End Daily COVID-19 Reporting

Every day for the past two years, the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services has faithfully released daily COVID-19 infection numbers, but that practice will end on Friday. KGVO News spoke on Wednesday with Magdalena Scott, supervisor of DPHHS’ Communicable Disease Epidemiology Section, who announced the new reporting …

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When Solo Travel Met the ‘Great Resign’: Meet the Workers Who Quit and Hit the Road

In the new from The Independent travel trends column, Trendwatch, we dig into types of travel, modes of transport and the top buzzwords to watch. It was perhaps inevitable that the events of the past two years would upset our career plans. In a phenomenon of “mass resignation” – dubbed …

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Vladimir Putin calls them “scum” and “traitors”. This is what life looks like for the new Russian exiles

A week after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine, Oleg Yakovlev opened a flight booking site, frantically searching for a way out of Moscow. The options were limited for him. Due to airspace restrictions and strict visa requirements imposed after the start of the war, a Russian …

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The New Jersey software developer was a Hezbollah sleeper agent who planned terror attacks on US landmarks

A New Jersey software developer was a “sleeper agent” for an Islamic terror group and planned to carry out attacks on famous sites if Iran was bombed, prosecutors say. Alexei Saab, 45, of Morristown, worked for Hezbollah’s Islamic Jihad Organization (IOJ) from 2000 to 2005 as a “terrorist and spy” …

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A new way to vacation during the Eid holiday

Shihab Sarkar | Published: April 21, 2022 9:56:23 p.m. Traveling home during major festivals like Eid in Bangladesh is getting harder and harder year by year. For the past two years, long journeys have practically been exercises in testing how much and how long one can endure the hardships of …

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Moroccan wins $1.33m in prestigious Saudi Quran competition

Exponential growth in box office receipts makes Saudi Arabia West Asia’s top film market JEDDAH: In the four years since film screenings resumed across Saudi Arabia, the country has seen a boom in investment, film screenings and box office receipts, making it the West Asia’s largest film market. Box office …

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Can I cycle 200 miles in Puglia in six days? I can on an electric bike | Holidays in Italy

IIt wasn’t until I wiped a piece of bread around my plate that I realized the lunch we had just eaten was completely vegan. A plate of slowly simmered beans in a ceramic pot with onions, herbs, tomatoes and a bit of peperoncino (chilli) came with a slice of rustic …

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It’s almost a crime in itself

Yesterday I wrote about how you could earn $1000 for finding the best excuse to miss work today we say – Chump Change! Let’s more than double that amount without needing any kind of creativity! Here’s how. Take a look at yourself Most of us are TV binge-watchers. We find …

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Electrifying Homes to Slow Climate Change: 4 Essential Reads

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) The latest reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change show that to avoid massive loss and damage from global warming, nations must act quickly to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. The good …

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Missoula Health Department to End COVID-19 Testing Services

The Missoula City-County Health Department issued a news release Thursday announcing that it would end its COVID-19 testing services at the Health Department’s main office in West Alder. Hayley Devlin, Public Information Officer, provides details. “We will be slowing services down slowly over the next month, then we will be …

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Turkey entry requirements you need to know before your trip

With COVID-19 restrictions and more relaxed travel requirements, you are surely eager to start your trip again. Are you already planning your long-awaited trip to the Land of Four Seasons? Read on to find out more about Turkey’s entry requirements before you go! Read also : Travel restrictions in Greece: …

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Turkey’s Hagia Sophia holds Tarawih prayers for first time in 88 years

Around the world, Ramadan celebrations have begun and after two years of restrictions, we are more than happy to return to our usual Ramadan routines such as physical prayer in mosques and large gatherings with our loved ones for the iftar. In the spirit of good news, here’s another moving …

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These 10 lighthouses are the most visited in Europe

Lighthouses in Europe attract hundreds of thousands of tourists to witness them. Here are the 10 best of these maritime tours of the continent. Europe’s most magnificent lighthouses have kept sailors alive and lit up the night sky for centuries. These one-of-a-kind structures are clever landmarks that ensure everyone’s protection. …

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Heathrow and Gatwick: Every vacation spot that has removed Covid travel restrictions, whether you’re vaccinated or not

As coronavirus restrictions have eased in the UK, many Londoners will be eager to book much-needed travel but, for many destinations, organizing trips can become a headache as strict guidelines and restrictions are still in place regarding Covid testing and vaccination status abroad. However, some countries have removed these restrictions …

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Who represents you? Are you sure? Yakima plans to recut soon

Have you ever wondered where Yakima fits in the grand scheme of things for the American people? According to the World Population Review With a current population of 96,968, it is the 13th largest city in Washington and the 364th largest city in the United States. Yakima is currently growing …

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Downtrend in Missoula COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations

The downward trend continues in new COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations for Missoula County, according to Missoula City Health Department Director D’Shane Barnett. KGVO contacted Barnett on Friday afternoon for a weekend update. “We continue our downtrends today,” Manager Barnett said. “Our average number of new daily cases has now dropped …

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South Jersey Man competing for new season of The Bachelorette

There’s a local guy to cheer for on the upcoming season of ABC-TV’s The Bachelorette, and let me tell you, he’s cute. People reported that the new cast was just announced and Wildwood Video Archive said Tyler Norris, a Wildwood Catholic graduate from Rio Grande, NJ, will be one of …

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Cyprus, Turkey and Thailand: The best vacation spots are feeling the fallout from the war between Ukraine and Russia

Russians aren’t the greatest vacation planners, says Mikhail Ilyin, a priest and tour operator in Pattaya, Thailand. While most Europeans book their holidays a year or two in advance, Russian tourists tend to be more spontaneous. This is of course a generalization, but trends like these fuel domestic and international …

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Is the Maury Show real or fake?

If you were to ask a room full of people what they know about Maury’s show you would probably hear “you are…NOT the father!” or something close. Unfortunately, after 31 seasons, the show is ending. TheMauryShowOfficial via YouTubeTheMauryShowOfficial via YouTube To be honest, I had no idea the show was …

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Pay to park near the beach? Norfolk residents and businesses burn council plan

A trip to the beach could be more expensive this summer if Norfolk County Council approves a Lake Erie parking billing plan. On Tuesday, councilors will vote on a pilot scheme that would see paid parking enforced on certain streets near the water in Port Dover, Turkey Point and Long …

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Persian New Year: expert warns against overtourism

Tehran — An expert has warned insiders and travel officials against possible overtourism during the upcoming Iranian New Year holiday which begins March 21. The Noruz holiday is set to see a boom in domestic tourism after two years of travel restrictions, ISNA quoted Amir Pouyan Rafiei-Shad as saying on …

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Covid stimulus money causes clashes in cities and counties

Dutchess County residents were also restless, though less rowdy, at their June 14 meeting about the stadium. Guidelines on the use of funds issued by the Treasury Department specifically cite stadiums as “generally not reasonably proportionate to address the negative economic impacts of the pandemic.” So why, those present asked, …

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Park Holidays offer 3 night caravan stays from £4.95 pp

PARK Holidays has launched Spring Break from £89 per stay and free dining vouchers worth up to £30. Breaks are available at popular tourist locations in Kent, Essex, Suffolk, Cornwall and Yorkshire. 2 Park Holidays has launched Spring Break from £89 per stay and free dining vouchers worth up to …

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Barrel flavors start next month at Yakima

Sunday March 20 is the first day of spring and winemakers are gearing up for a big event in April called Spring Barrel Tasting. Thousands of wine lovers will be in the Yakima Valley next month for the Spring Barrel Tasting event which runs throughout April. Many wineries are hoping …

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The Absolute Best Buffet Restaurants in the United States

Since Las Vegas is the birthplace of America’s first buffet, it’s only fitting that it’s now home to one of the best buffets in the country. The Bacchanal Buffet is located at Caesars Palace. It’s not only one of the best buffets in town, but it’s also the biggest. The …

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Entrepreneurship is not just a game of money

For an entrepreneur, I know money is important, but money doesn’t come because you want money. It comes because you are doing something right. If you only think about the money, that means that in my opinion, you are only interested in the consequence, not the process. Those who are …

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Why Turkey is the real alternative to summer holidays in France and Spain this year

If being near (and in) the water is more your speed, the pretty turquoise coast resort of Kalkan is still popular with Brits for its attractive marina, old whitewashed houses, plentiful restaurants quality and relaxed atmosphere. It is also a great place to dive in some of the clearest waters …

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The Best DC Comics Conventions You Can’t Miss!

If you’re a nerd in Washington, you actually live in comic book heaven. The PNW is home to everything nerdy, video games, comics, books, board games, etc. you can find a multi-million dollar company based in Washington. With all these cheesy businesses, it makes sense to have multiple comic book …

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Holidays 2022: Where to find the warmest winter sun in Europe | London Evening Standard

D desperately need a dose of vitamin D and sea? Can’t wait for summer? Below, we’ve selected our favorite places in Europe that will always give you a dose of sunshine in low season. Paphos, Cyprus Unsplash Average winter temperature: 18C Best for: beach hopping and sightseeing. Cyprus has long …

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Top 7 cities you should visit at least once

Source: unsplash.com There are many cities in the world that you should visit at least once, but there are at least seven that should be on your list. Anyone with a passion for cities probably enjoys traveling to new cities around the world. It is not easy to choose which …

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Mount Airy (Mayberry), North Carolina [PHOTOS]

On this site, I wrote about my love of visiting film sets. I’m a movie fan and if there’s a place nearby (or even NOT nearby, really) where a movie was shot, I’ll try to go there. And it helps a lot if I enjoyed the movie, because if not, …

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Woman charged with arson in massive Binghamton fire

Binghamton police have arrested a woman suspected of setting fire to a three-story building. Authorities say the suspect is Marquetta James, 36, of New Haven, Connecticut. Investigators describe James as an acquaintance of someone who lived at 159 Conklin Avenue, where the fire occurred. Binghamton Fire Department at 159 Conklin …

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A feast for the eyes: Morocco, a tourist paradise in North Africa

Everyone who has seen “Casablanca” – and many who haven’t – knows the sheer beauty of the Moroccan city and its romantic image. The same goes for those who watched “The Bourne Ultimatum” and got a glimpse of the alleyways and intricate architecture of Tangier, but Morocco is so much …

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Queensland’s Mission Beach is on the list of the most beautiful villages in the world

Many people can pass by this little Queensland gem. But the tropical paradise just took fifth place on the list of the most beautiful villages in the world. With just 4,000 people living there and waters teeming with crocodiles and deadly Irukandji jellyfish, Mission Beach in Far North Queensland is …

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“Parenthood” and other major TV series finales

Among the TV shows I watch on a regular basis are “It’s us” which ends its six-year run in May. Fans are already speculating about the end of the series and if it’s like most episodes this season, it will be filled with emotion. I have to admit, this season …

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Is Saudi Arabia entering a ‘big shakeup’?

On January 23, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) published “Is Star Trek’s Dream of a World Without Money Utopian or Dystopian?” », an article which does not serve well the cause of Liberty. Of course, the article is not written in bad faith. But it ends up justifying a …

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Nearly 200 human spines found strung on poles in Peru | world news

With domestic and international travel reopening as COVID-19 restrictions have begun to ease, many of us are longing to go somewhere new after nearly two years indoors. The World Travel and Tourism Council told Travel + Leisure that 2022 is likely to be an even busier year for travel than …

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Where to Find the Best Soft Pretzels in the U.S.

We always seek to spread love like mustard, especially when it comes to a small family business. FatBelly Pretzel is a relatively new concept in Nashville. They don’t operate a brick-and-mortar location, but they do host pop-ups all over town and are regulars at several popular farmers’ markets (via Nashville …

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The most beautiful mammal? Tailing tree kangaroos in the Atherton Tablelands of Queensland | nature holidays

Jhe Ulysses butterfly stops us. We’re on the Atherton Tablelands, southwest of Cairns, looking for the rare and elusive Lumholtz’s tree-kangaroo, but the glowing blue, sparkling with every wingbeat, is impossible to ignore. The butterfly dances along the edge of the rainforest, the azure iridescence alternating with the dullness of …

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UK reports 346 daily deaths; Denmark wants to end all restrictions

Many EU countries are choosing to reopen despite record infections as the World Health Organization suggests Omicron may signal a more manageable phase of the pandemic, our EU correspondent Jon Henley reports. The Netherlands has lifted its strictest Covid controls, Denmark is set to remove all restrictions within days and …

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Foreign travel agencies to explore eastern Azerbaijan on familiarization tour

TEHRAN – Iran’s northwestern province of East Azerbaijan is ready to welcome tour operators and travel insiders from neighboring counties on familiarization tours, the provincial tourism chief has announced. Tours like these will promote tourism in the region and make the province a top tourist destination, CHTN said on Saturday, …

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Travel restrictions for Spain, Greece, Turkey, Austria, France and Italy

With 2022 being the third year of a global pandemic, many people have itchy feet and are looking to go on holiday abroad. Europe consistently hosts the most popular tourist destinations for British travellers. Spain, Greece and Turkey, among many others, are popular sunny cultural spots for British holidaymakers seeking …

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Marriott set to open beachfront hotel in Costa Navarino, Greece

Costa Navarino has long been a sought-after destination in Greece for luxury travelers. Located in Messinia, in the south-west of the Peloponnese, it is famous for its incomparable beaches, with golden sand and crystal clear waters. Although popular with international jet-setters for its high-end restaurants and retail options, the area …

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Shehbaz “will pay” for Nawaz’s extended stay in London

ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet decided on Tuesday that it would go to the Lahore High Court (LHC) to seek the disqualification of opposition leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif for presenting a “false affidavit” and for his inability to bring his brother – former convicted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif …

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San Francisco’s Best Sandwiches – San Francisco

Just like the creators of dry shampoo, down jackets or blenders, the inventor of the sandwich was really onto something. The portable classic is endlessly versatile and always delicious. And luckily for us, San Francisco is a fantastic sandwich town with lots of banh mi, Philly-style hoagies, and massive subs …

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Egyptian Coptic Orthodox celebrate merry Christmas despite pandemic – Society – Egypt

In the first minutes of Friday, Coptic Orthodox Christians – who make up 90 percent of Egypt’s Christian population – broke their 43-day fast and celebrated Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ. This year’s celebration takes place against a backdrop of less stringent measures due to the coronavirus than last …

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Biden Warns of US Peril of Trump’s ‘Dagger’ on Democracy

By LISA MASCARO, ZEKE MILLER and MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden forcefully accuses Donald Trump and his supporters of holding a “dagger in the throat of democracy” with his election lies that sparked last year’s deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol. Biden used the …

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Pasco Man wins first prize for “Forged In Fire” TV show

A man from Pasco showed he has what it takes when he was crowned champion of the History Channel’s “Forged In Fire” TV show. Pasco Man participates in the History channel Forged In Fire has aired on the History Channel since 2015 and can now boast that one of its …

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The best stress-free travel destinations to visit this year

WWe have heard a lot about the countries with the tightest travel restrictions and entry requirements this year, including long-distance favorites New Zealand, Australia and Japan. But which nations are more relaxed on their entry rules and national restrictions related to Covid? We’re looking at some of the less stringent …

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Indonesia to get COVID-19 antiviral pills, Omicron surge anticipates in late January

THE STRAITS TIMES – Indonesia is expected to receive its first shipment of two types of COVID-19 antiviral pills – molnupiravir made by Merck and paxlovid by Pfizer – next month, Health Minister Budi Sadikin said, as the country is stepping up efforts to curb the spread of the infectious …

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These are the most Mars-like places on Earth

Illustration of an astronaut watching the sunrise on Mars getty The next few years are expected to present exciting developments in humanity’s trajectory towards our planetary neighbor, Mars. From Elon Musk’s dream of building a colony on the Red Planet to NASA’s ongoing but flexible-timeline Artemis mission, all eyes will …

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Review 2021: why the flow of refugees in the world has increased again despite the pandemic

LONDON: For the past two years, the global refugee crisis has been eclipsed by the battle against COVID-19. But in 2021, there was a worrying increase in the number of people fleeing poverty and conflict, and everything points to the situation going to get even worse in 2022. Anyone who …

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National Webinar on the History and Arts of Western Iran

TEHRAN – Dozens of historians, archaeologists, as well as cultural heritage and art experts were invited to discuss Western Iranian civilizations during a national webinar on Monday. Organized by the Iranology Foundation, the event is expected to focus on the history, arts and culture of Ilam, Kordestan and Kermanshah provinces, …

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Christmas Eve flights canceled, Times Square celebration curtailed amid Omicron

Mayor Bill de Blasio at a press conference last week in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. He announced Thursday that the Times Square celebration will continue, but with far fewer spectators.Credit…Dave Sanders for The New York Times New York City will reduce New Years Eve celebration to Times Square as the Omicron …

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Traveling alone in a wheelchair: 59 countries and more

“Every day of my life is a challenge,” says Parvinder Chawla, who has been in a wheelchair since the age of 22. But that didn’t stop her from touring the world. She has visited 59 countries: she has been paragliding in Taiwan, snorkeling in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, ziplining in …

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16th Street Mall: ten stores where you can find gifts

The 16th Street Mall is an experiment of nearly forty years of urban renewal from the downtown core that has become one of Denver’s tourist hotspots. For years, he’s struggled to reestablish heavyweight in its retail history, especially in old digs at popular stores like May D&F, Joslins, Neusteter’s and …

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Improving the competitiveness of exports (Part – V)

The writer is the author of “Governing the ungovernable”. The government has also given priority to the tourism sector. Our neighboring countries – India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and the Maldives – derive a substantial amount of foreign exchange from highly organized tourism. Prior to Covid-19, India’s revenues were $ 30 …

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Three must-see attractions in New River Gorge National Park

The New River Gorge Bridge spans the New River below the World Jamboree site. Photo courtesy of Ed Rehbein. Visiting the newest national park in the United States? There are countless trails to hike, rocks to climb, and streams to paddle, but there are three places every visitor should see …

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Massachusetts COVID count highest since January

The news is grim, nevertheless, it is true. Daily confirmed cases of COVID-19 have returned to levels not seen since mid-January, as Massachusetts struggles to cope with a new wave of coronavirus. And as you may recall, those high levels at the start of this year were before any of …

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Houlton Regional named one of America’s top rural hospitals for 2021

A prestigious honor The year 2021 has pushed our healthcare providers to the max, and a local hospital has been named Top Rural Hospital by a national watchdog organization. The Leapfrog Group has conducted surveys in more than 2,200 hospitals across the United States to assess quality of care and …

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Deputy Minister, intl. officials exchange views on tourism

TEHRAN – Iranian Deputy Tourism Minister Ali-Asghar Shalbafian and several international officials discussed ways to deepen ties in the fields of travel and cultural heritage. In addition, they exchanged views on the outlook for the sector affected by the virus on the sidelines of the 24th General Assembly of the …

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The 10 best beach vacations in the world

While some people genuinely can’t wait to spend the next few months curled up under a cozy blanket with hot chocolate in hand, others will pass the time just wishing they were on a beach. To help these people make the most of their daydreams or, better yet, plan a …

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WILD THINGS: HIKING WITH INTENTION, 7 MINUTES AT A TIME

A juvenile Short-tailed Hawk seen in Key West. MARK HEDDEN / Keys Weekly The sky over the Key West Rainforest and Botanical Garden parking lot was an empty arena of blue, fringed with tall trees. The largest of these was a sausage tree – it had a useful tag, as …

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Michael overall: Tulsa won’t let Bentonville have fun (or all the money) of the mountain biking craze | Local News

“On the way to school, we passed this beautiful strip of land called Lubell Park,” explains Jason Whorton, one of the founders of the Tulsa Bike Club. Support local journalism Your subscription makes our report possible. {{featured_button_text}} The park included about 20 acres of forested hills. “We figured that with …

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Most popular cruise destinations in 2022 from…

Credit: Shutterstock Sponsored by ROL Cruise ROL Cruise lets you explore a range of exciting destinations that are proving popular with cruise passengers for 2022 and 2023, from the sparkling waters of the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean to scenic river cruises across Europe. Booking a cruise vacation is an …

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5 places to visit in Kashmir this winter

Kashmir, known as “Heaven on Earth” is an honest manifestation of this title during winter. From exquisite Harissa to thrilling heli-skiing and other adventure sports, winter in Kashmir has so many delicacies to offer for those planning to visit the valley during the cold months. Whether it’s your family trip, …

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Fall in love with these 8 romantic places in the Philippines

Manila, Philippines, November 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Philippines Department of Tourism highlights these destinations as offering the best sights and making the perfect romantic vacations for honeymooners or honeymooners. “Couples looking for a memorable honeymoon or romantic getaway can find them on our pristine beaches and mountain …

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Chenango Sheriff Challenger arrested in October Defeated

Some races in Chenango County have been closely watched this year, including the competition for mayor of Norwich and a county sheriff’s competition that raised eyebrows for a candidate who had seen a candidate arrested before election day. Gary Talkiewicz / Townsquare Binghamton Republican Brian Doliver defeated Democrat John Quattroccini …

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Greek tourism rebounds but still suffers from COVID-19

CHICAGO: Arab Americans are among thousands of candidates across the United States running in municipal and regional elections on November 2. Key races include campaign battles for mayor in Boston, Massachusetts and in Dearborn and Dearborn Heights, Michigan. In Virginia, an Arab-American woman is set to become the second most …

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‘Safe Tourism’ Attracts Foreign Visitors to Antalya

ANTALYA Some 7 million vacationers have visited Antalya, one of Turkey’s hottest tourist spots, in the first nine months of the year thanks to the “Safe Tourism Certificate” program and widespread vaccination among working staff. in industry. class = “cf”> In 2019, Antalya attracted nearly 16 million foreign tourists, including …

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9 fall activities around the Twin Cities

Autumn is in full swing! Looking for things to do before the weather gets colder? We found nine activities in the Twin Cities (well, one technically in Wisconsin) to try this season. Take a scenic train ride Details: The Fall Colors train ride along the St. Croix River Valley is …

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Help Us Help You – Emergency services across Canada are encouraging the public to download the free what3words locator app before the expected increase in 9-1-1 calls around Thanksgiving

TORONTO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Emergency services across Canada brace for a busy Thanksgiving as people are expected to travel, while outdoor enthusiasts venture out to make the most of the stunning fall colors and warmer temperatures. fresh from Canada. Seventy percent * of Canadian emergency services control rooms surveyed …

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10 best places to spend Thanksgiving for 2021

Courtesy I am about to tell you something extremely important. Ready? You, yes you, you don’t have to come home for Thanksgiving. I know, shocking. If you’re wondering, “Isn’t Thanksgiving purpose for my family to ask me what I’m going to do with my life and why I’m still single …

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