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Vintage photos show what life looked like behind the Iron Curtain - insider.com - Russia - city Moscow - Soviet Union
insider.com
17.05.2024 / 18:13

Vintage photos show what life looked like behind the Iron Curtain

The Iron Curtain was a figurative and ideological wall — and eventually a physical one — that separated the Soviet Union from western Europe after World War II.

New Olympic Sporting Events Coming To Paris - forbes.com - Greece - city Paris - Usa - Athens, Greece - city Tokyo - Argentina - city Budapest - city Shanghai - city Buenos Aires, Argentina - county Bronx
forbes.com
14.05.2024 / 21:33

New Olympic Sporting Events Coming To Paris

The Olympics are rooted in tradition, with the first official Summer Olympics staged in 1896 in Athens, Greece that drew athletes from 13 nations. Ever since then, the marathon has been a mainstay in Olympic programming.

Chaos at UK airports as border gates fail again: What happened and will it impact new EES system? - euronews.com - Eu - Britain - city Manchester - city Birmingham - county Bristol
euronews.com
12.05.2024 / 23:07

Chaos at UK airports as border gates fail again: What happened and will it impact new EES system?

E-gates at airports across the UK have returned to normal following a mass outage which caused disruption and huge queues for thousands of passengers.

20 Stunning Photos As Northern Lights Illuminate Skies Of Europe And U.S. - forbes.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Czech Republic - Ireland - Usa - Canada - state California - state Alabama - state Texas
forbes.com
12.05.2024 / 00:55

20 Stunning Photos As Northern Lights Illuminate Skies Of Europe And U.S.

It’s been a dazzling spectacle of the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, since Friday, May 11, across the night sky of the U.S., Canada and Europe, high-energy particles from the sun interacting with the earth's magnetic field to cause dazzling and mesmerizing geomagnetic storms.

What Happens When a Happening Place Becomes Too Hot - nytimes.com - Spain - Italy - city Milan
nytimes.com
09.05.2024 / 04:25

What Happens When a Happening Place Becomes Too Hot

Packed bars with carousing revelers spilling onto clogged streets. Takeaway booze swigged by drunken tourists and students. Earsplitting volumes in once quiet residential neighborhoods long after midnight.

Cunard added a 4th luxury cruise ship to its famous fleet — see what it'll be like on the new Queen Anne - insider.com
insider.com
08.05.2024 / 21:09

Cunard added a 4th luxury cruise ship to its famous fleet — see what it'll be like on the new Queen Anne

Cunard has operated 249 ships throughout its 184 years in operation, including the famous Queen Mary and Queen Mary 2. But it's been 14 years since the cruise line has launched a new vessel — until now.

Watery, Peaceful, Wild: The Call of the Mangroves - nytimes.com - Netherlands - Australia - state Florida - Belize - Indonesia
nytimes.com
08.05.2024 / 11:33

Watery, Peaceful, Wild: The Call of the Mangroves

It was a sunny afternoon in February at the height of the high season on the Caribbean island of Curaçao, but my partner, Aaren, and I were far from lounging on a white-sand beach, snorkeling over a coral reef or strolling among the Easter-egg-colored buildings of Willemstad, Curaçao’s capital and a UNESCO World Heritage site — typical activities for travelers to this former Dutch colony.

Flying internationally? Here’s what you need to know about the Mobile Passport Control app - thepointsguy.com - Usa - New York - city Newark, county Liberty - county Liberty
thepointsguy.com
07.05.2024 / 13:37

Flying internationally? Here’s what you need to know about the Mobile Passport Control app

I'm a big fan of Mobile Passport Control and have been a loyal user for many years. It's my entry expediting program of choice when I return to the U.S. from overseas and want to avoid long lines at U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

What’s Brewing With Manila’s Hot Coffee Scene - forbes.com - city Rome - Philippines - city Athens - city Manila - city Dubai - county Coffee
forbes.com
06.05.2024 / 16:55

What’s Brewing With Manila’s Hot Coffee Scene

You would think hot beverages would be unheard of in such a hot and humid country, but coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the Philippines. Nine out of 10 households have coffee in their pantries, and eight out of 10 adults in the country drink an average of 2.5 cups of coffee every day, according to the Philippine Coffee Board.

Travel Startup Funding Quiets After $689 Million Spree - skift.com - Netherlands - Britain - Brazil - South Korea - India
skift.com
03.05.2024 / 19:19

Travel Startup Funding Quiets After $689 Million Spree

After an active couple of weeks for travel tech funding, it’s been a bit quieter lately. Only a handful of travel startups over the past two weeks have announced new fundraises, and they have all been relatively small. 

From a Meteor Shower Peak to Planet Sightings, Here are the Best Night Sky Sights for May - travelandleisure.com
travelandleisure.com
01.05.2024 / 12:49

From a Meteor Shower Peak to Planet Sightings, Here are the Best Night Sky Sights for May

Last month’s total solar eclipse proved why 2024 is one of the biggest years yet for astrotourism, and the night-sky fun is far from over. This May alone will see a flurry of activity, from a strong meteor shower under near-perfect moon conditions to multiple moon-and-planet meetups. For those in the northern hemisphere, May stargazing comes with another treat: warmer weather.

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