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Getting drunk, using both armrests, and standing up during turbulence are among the most annoying things you can do on a plane, a pollster found - insider.com - Netherlands - Japan - Usa
insider.com
11.06.2024 / 16:41

Getting drunk, using both armrests, and standing up during turbulence are among the most annoying things you can do on a plane, a pollster found

If you want a harmonious plane journey, best not let your kids play in the aisle, get drunk, or watch a movie without headphones, an online survey from pollster YouGov found.

Sofitel plans major renovation to its New York City hotel amid 60th anniversary celebration - thepointsguy.com - Los Angeles - France - Australia - Usa - New York - city New York - San Francisco - city Chicago - state New York
thepointsguy.com
10.06.2024 / 20:59

Sofitel plans major renovation to its New York City hotel amid 60th anniversary celebration

It's more than just a diamond jubilee and legacy chatter these days for Accor's Sofitel. This 60-year-old brand is just getting started with a new era of growth and renovation.

The 10 best places to go on a river cruise in Europe - lonelyplanet.com - Germany - France - Switzerland
lonelyplanet.com
08.06.2024 / 10:43

The 10 best places to go on a river cruise in Europe

Cruising down a quiet, traffic-free river, surrounded by scenic riverfront views is an ideal way to see Europe. You can sip your wine while watching picture-perfect scenery breeze past – taking in castles, medieval villages and fields of flowers. 

When Is the Best Time to Visit Paris? - cntraveler.com - France - Luxembourg - city Paris - parish St. Martin
cntraveler.com
03.06.2024 / 22:47

When Is the Best Time to Visit Paris?

The question of when is the best time to visit Paris was answered by Audrey Hepburn in the 1963 classic Sabrina: “Paris is always a good idea.” A spring stroll through the Jardin du Luxembourg, a summer evening along the Canal Saint-Martin, a fall morning whiled away sur la terrasse avec un café, twinkling holiday markets in the winter—it all sounds so fabulous that one single trip can’t cover it all. But if you’re someone who strategizes around attending (or avoiding) big events in the French capital, or would like to cash in on prime deals for hotels and flights, there is of course a slight science to it all.

Why you should visit Provins, the UNESCO World Heritage Site 90 minutes from Paris - lonelyplanet.com - France - city Paris
lonelyplanet.com
03.06.2024 / 17:05

Why you should visit Provins, the UNESCO World Heritage Site 90 minutes from Paris

The fortified medieval town of Provins, just 92 km (57 mi) south-east of Paris, has barely changed since the 17th century. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a million tourists visit every year to admire the town which was, in the 10th century, the third most important in the kingdom of France after Paris and Rouen.

Exciting new airline routes from May 2024 and beyond - thepointsguy.com - city Amsterdam - Usa - New York - state Nevada - state California - Philadelphia - city Wilmington - area District Of Columbia - city Washington, area District Of Columbia - state Connecticut - city Tampa - state Pennsylvania - state Washington - city Salt Lake City - county New Haven - Dominican Republic - state Montana - county Yellowstone - state Delaware - county Reagan - county Pasco - Washington, county Reagan - county Santa Rosa - county Butte - county Cedar
thepointsguy.com
01.06.2024 / 22:27

Exciting new airline routes from May 2024 and beyond

The official start of summer is still a few weeks away, and the airline network planners haven't been taking any vacations just yet.

Nice in 5 Shops: handmade, artisanal and vintage goods - lonelyplanet.com - France
lonelyplanet.com
31.05.2024 / 07:29

Nice in 5 Shops: handmade, artisanal and vintage goods

I moved to Nice for love, but it didn’t take long for me to fall in love with the city too.

This Belle Epoque Art Hotel Boasts Some Of The French Riviera’s Grandest Guest Rooms - forbes.com - France - Monaco
forbes.com
30.05.2024 / 04:35

This Belle Epoque Art Hotel Boasts Some Of The French Riviera’s Grandest Guest Rooms

While the Belle Epoque facade and beautiful bones of the iconic 1913 Le Negresco hotel are well preserved, inside, its vast art collection, Michelin-starred dining, and ultra-luxe guest rooms and suites marry classic with contemporary.

8 of the most beautiful beaches in Brittany - lonelyplanet.com - France
lonelyplanet.com
29.05.2024 / 20:27

8 of the most beautiful beaches in Brittany

Daphné is the author of the Brittany chapter for our latest France guidebook. Here she shares the best beaches along its epic coastline.

How to Escape the Olympics in Paris This Summer - nytimes.com - France - city Paris
nytimes.com
29.05.2024 / 09:29

How to Escape the Olympics in Paris This Summer

Construction chaos, price hikes and now mandatory QR codes to walk some city streets: As the Olympics loom in Paris, many locals are already looking to escape the Games, and come July, will head to quieter parts of France.

Exploring Canada’s Latest, Greatest Urban Escape - forbes.com - France - Britain - Usa - Canada - city Vancouver - county St. Lawrence - Ottawa
forbes.com
27.05.2024 / 16:45

Exploring Canada’s Latest, Greatest Urban Escape

Between Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Quebec City, Canada boasts four amazing urban areas that should be on everyone’s travel bucket list. Now it’s time to add a fifth — Ottawa.

6 Must-See Exhibits in Paris This Summer: Chagall, Matisse, Gwen O’Neil, and More - cntraveler.com - Los Angeles - France - city Paris - Usa - New York - state California - state Florida - city Los Angeles - county Miami
cntraveler.com
24.05.2024 / 08:59

6 Must-See Exhibits in Paris This Summer: Chagall, Matisse, Gwen O’Neil, and More

Finally, temperatures are rising, making it enjoyable to stroll through the sunny streets of Paris while visiting some galleries. At least, that’s what Vogue France suggests this May. From the first solo exhibition in France of American artist Gwen O'Neil to the unforgettable works of painter Marc Chagall, the editors of Vogue France have selected these as the must-see exhibitions in Paris (and elsewhere in France), presented in chronological order of their closing dates.

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