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The inside guide to Savannah, America's 'Hostess City of the South' - nationalgeographic.com - Spain - Georgia - Usa - county Garden - county Hall - city Hostess
nationalgeographic.com
24.02.2024 / 09:51

The inside guide to Savannah, America's 'Hostess City of the South'

Anyone who’s set foot in America’s Deep South will know ‘Southern charm’ is no myth, and Savannah — Georgia’s oldest city — embodies just this. Situated at the mouth of the Savannah River in the east of the state, the city has retained its ‘olde world’ atmosphere since its founding in 1733 through its well-preserved cobblestone streets, pre-Civil War architecture, horse-drawn carriages and manicured parks. Meanwhile its more modern array of offerings, including quirky ice cream parlours, moody speakeasies, cosy coffee shops and independent bookshops, have all helped earn its more recent nickname of the ‘Hostess City of the South’. Its urban beauty is also undeniable. Though ravaged by naval blockades during the Civil War, Savannah is said to have charmed Union general William Sherman so much that he saved it from the fires being set by his soldiers during the battle, and instead offered the city as a Christmas gift to President Abraham Lincoln. Today, Savannah plays a much larger role than just being easy on the eye; it’s a vibrant cultural and historical hub for the state and the perfect jumping-off point for various coastal adventures.

An accessible guide to air travel - cntraveler.com - Britain - Usa
cntraveler.com
23.02.2024 / 12:57

An accessible guide to air travel

When I first left the hospital after my spinal injury and began adapting to life with a disability, air travel was one of the most intimidating barriers I went up against. In my former life as a non-disabled person, I had never thought about the challenges of navigating narrow aisles or accessing facilities on board an aircraft. As a paraplegic and manual wheelchair user, that privilege had been revoked.

What to See and Do in Sur, Oman, Arab Tourism Capital 2024 - breakingtravelnews.com - city Old - Oman - city Muscat - city Tourism
breakingtravelnews.com
23.02.2024 / 09:29

What to See and Do in Sur, Oman, Arab Tourism Capital 2024

The Omani city of Sur, nestled along the Arabian Sea, has been selected as the Arab Tourism Capital for 2024. Two hours away from the country’s capital, Muscat, Sur is a coastal gem known for its rich history and culture, traditional architecture and warm hospitality. As the Arab Tourism Capital for 2024, Sur stands as a testament to Oman’s commitment to preserving its heritage. The city was selected following several criteria such as the availability of infrastructure and tourism resources, the diversity of tourism activities and policies for preserving the environment.

Ohio: Your Ultimate Guide To April’s Total Solar Eclipse - forbes.com - city Cincinnati - city Pittsburgh - city Columbus - state Pennsylvania - state Texas - city Detroit - county Cleveland - state Oregon - state Ohio - state Indiana - county Hamilton
forbes.com
22.02.2024 / 00:31

Ohio: Your Ultimate Guide To April’s Total Solar Eclipse

For basic information about how, when and where to experience North America’s total solar eclipse and why you must try to get yourself to the path of totality on April 8, check my main feed .

Renting a Car Abroad: Don’t Get Taken for a Ride - nytimes.com - Spain - Austria - Croatia - Czech Republic - Estonia - Italy - Poland - Slovakia - Slovenia - Australia - Japan - Usa - Serbia - Bulgaria - Thailand - Romania
nytimes.com
21.02.2024 / 11:53

Renting a Car Abroad: Don’t Get Taken for a Ride

“Throw the keys through the kiosk’s open window. We’ll get the car when we open later”: Those slightly unorthodox drop-off instructions I once received from a Hertz manager in Croatia illustrate some of the differences U.S. travelers might encounter when renting a car abroad.

A guide to old Dubai, from Islamic crafts to culinary walks - nationalgeographic.com - Afghanistan - Pakistan - Uae - city Abu Dhabi - city Downtown - city Dubai
nationalgeographic.com
20.02.2024 / 10:47

A guide to old Dubai, from Islamic crafts to culinary walks

In a place of superlatives — highest, biggest, priciest — why settle for simple pleasures? Dubai has long been seen as a fun-loving, unabashedly ambitious city, often overshadowing the UAE’s more serious-minded capital of Abu Dhabi. It’s a place where you can swim above clouds in 360-degree infinity pools or quaff cocktails in billowing beach cabanas, and it’s this ‘City of Gold’ most travellers come for. A winter sun utopia, it dazzles with opulence and novelty, from the soaring architecture and dancing fountains of Downtown to Jumeirah’s luxury hotels and the Marina’s million-pound yachts. 

Want to maximise your annual leave? Here’s how to use public holidays to your advantage - euronews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Eu - Austria - Belgium - Croatia - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Greece - Hungary - Italy - Latvia - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Poland - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sweden - Switzerland - Ireland - Britain - Bulgaria - Romania
euronews.com
20.02.2024 / 02:11

Want to maximise your annual leave? Here’s how to use public holidays to your advantage

In the EU, all employees are entitled to a minimum of four weeks’ paid holiday per year.

Your Complete Guide To Seeing April’s Total Solar Eclipse In Indiana - forbes.com - state Texas - state Ohio - state Indiana - state Kentucky - state Illinois - city Indianapolis - county Parke
forbes.com
19.02.2024 / 08:25

Your Complete Guide To Seeing April’s Total Solar Eclipse In Indiana

A very rare path of totality will arc across the southern half of Indiana, from southwest to northeast, on April 8, the Hoosier State’s first total solar eclipse since August 7, 1869. It’s also a true once-in-a-lifetime experience for most of the population, with the next one coming on September 14, 2099.

An insider's guide to Denver, Colorado's wildly creative capital - nationalgeographic.com - Italy - Usa - state Colorado - Denver, state Colorado - county Union
nationalgeographic.com
18.02.2024 / 09:43

An insider's guide to Denver, Colorado's wildly creative capital

From dense forests and desert plains to dramatic canyons and snow-capped mountains — the west-central US state of Colorado is a wellspring of wild and wonderful landscapes. The eighth largest of the states when it comes to square mileage, Colorado's vastly varied topography has seen it become a magnet for travellers seeking the best of the great outdoors. And as a base for adventure, it doesn’t get much better than the state’s sunny capital, Denver, a destination that seems made for nature-lovers and active travellers. Here you can join the locals out cycling the city’s trails, jogging across its plentiful green spaces or even kayaking down the rapids that run right through the centre of the city. But Denver is not just a jumping off point for outdoor adventure. Head deep into its streets and you’ll discover an urban destination that's a hub of ever-evolving cuisine, arts and entertainment. 

Forbes Travel Guide adds more cruise ships to ratings - travelweekly.com
travelweekly.com
15.02.2024 / 22:45

Forbes Travel Guide adds more cruise ships to ratings

Forbes Travel Guide has included 12 cruise ships in its 2024 Star Awards. That's up from five ships last year.

An insider’s guide to eating in Downtown LA - nationalgeographic.com - Italy - Japan - Usa - Mexico - city Los Angeles - Argentina - North Korea - city Downtown
nationalgeographic.com
15.02.2024 / 19:35

An insider’s guide to eating in Downtown LA

Downtown Los Angeles is bursting with flavour, thanks to the sublime combination of sun-ripened Californian produce, American innovation and global influence from a colourful array of communities. You’ll find authentic Mexican eats alongside traditional Korean dishes; classic Italian plates next to American diner fare — and even examples of all of them fused together. There’s so much to savour, it can be hard to know where to start. These five crucial stop-offs are the perfect intro to DTLA’s many edible highlights.

Unveiling Anguilla: A Guide To The Caribbean’s Best Kept Secret - forbes.com - Anguilla - county Aurora
forbes.com
15.02.2024 / 13:25

Unveiling Anguilla: A Guide To The Caribbean’s Best Kept Secret

In the heart of the Caribbean, Anguilla beckons with its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and a fascinating culture waiting to be explored. For the avid traveler looking for the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure, this island paradise is a dream destination that for some reason still remains largely undiscovered, offering a sanctuary of tranquility for those in search of an authentic escape with uncrowded beaches. Here’s just a sample of some of the best things to do in Anguilla.

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