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On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night - nytimes.com - Netherlands - Georgia - Los Angeles - Belgium - Switzerland - Japan - New York - city New York - city Chicago - state Alaska
nytimes.com
16.05.2024 / 09:19

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night

Last year, when Micha Pycke, 40, and Albane Paret, 39, bought an apartment in Ostend — a once run-down Belgian seaside town that, in recent years, has become a favorite of artists and designers — they knew they wanted the place to be, says Pycke, “something more than an Airbnb or holiday home.” Instead, the couple, who co-own the Ghent-based arts- and design-focused communications agency Club Paradis, envisioned what he calls “a new kind of space”: essentially, a gallery where guests could stay overnight. To that end, they’ve filled the 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom, which is on the eighth floor of a ’60s-era building overlooking the North Sea, with works by some of their favorite artists and designers, many of whom are also their clients. In the living room, a lacquered wood coffee table by the Dutch designer Linde Freya Tangelder’s studio, Destroyers/Builders, sits atop a limited-edition rug by the Swiss textile artist Christoph Hefti woven with images of foxes. In one of the bedrooms, a copper-colored, ruched-felt tapestry by Rooms Studio — a women-led company from Tbilisi, Georgia — hangs above a Duo seat by the Belgian team Muller Van Severen for Valerie Objects. And if you like something, you can probably take it with you; most of the pieces are for sale, and Pycke and Paret are also happy to connect guests directly with designers. . —

Act now: The Real ID deadline is less than a year away - thepointsguy.com - Virgin Islands - Guam - county Real - Puerto Rico - state Every
thepointsguy.com
15.05.2024 / 16:37

Act now: The Real ID deadline is less than a year away

Third time's the charm, says the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which, despite a five-year delay, says it is one year out from implementing the Real ID requirement for domestic air travel.

Flyadeal CEO on the Future of Saudi Arabia's Aviation Hub - skift.com - Saudi Arabia - Singapore - India - city Riyadh - city Jeddah
skift.com
13.05.2024 / 13:43

Flyadeal CEO on the Future of Saudi Arabia's Aviation Hub

Even by Saudi standards, the goals are ambitious: By 2030, the country wants 330 million passengers to pass through its airports annually, up from around 112 million last year.

Enjoy Coastal Greece With The Entire Family In Costa Navarino - forbes.com - Greece - city Athens
forbes.com
13.05.2024 / 11:05

Enjoy Coastal Greece With The Entire Family In Costa Navarino

Nestled between the intensely blue waters of the Ionian Sea and the stunning backdrop of the Peloponnese Mountains, Costa Navarino is steeped in history dating back thousands of years. This peninsula in southwest Greece, while ripe with its own Messinia heritage, is also just three hours from Athens, so it’s a haven for history and culture lovers.

Sober Tourism: Where To Go For An Active Alcohol-Free Vacation - forbes.com - Greece - Argentina - city Athens - city Buenos Aires - city Santorini - county Glacier
forbes.com
09.05.2024 / 20:23

Sober Tourism: Where To Go For An Active Alcohol-Free Vacation

It’s not uncommon for many folks to start their vacation with a celebratory cocktail or glass of wine: at the airport lounge, on board the flight, or as a welcome nip at the hotel check-in counter. This ritual can also flow throughout the day with meals and as a night cap before bed. Many sober-curious travelers are thinking about holidays in a newfangled way, eschewing alcohol for a “dry tripping” experience, which enables them to revel on a getaway without the inevitable dreaded hangover, fully lucid for the next day’s activities.

Airbnb International Expansion: 'We Are Ready to Step on the Gas' - skift.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - France - Italy - Switzerland - Australia - Japan - Britain - Brazil - China - Mexico - Canada - South Korea - India
skift.com
08.05.2024 / 22:15

Airbnb International Expansion: 'We Are Ready to Step on the Gas'

Airbnb execs have used the phrase “expanding beyond the core” to mean launching new products and services for guests and hosts, and also their hope to lift growth beyond the company’s main five markets: The U.S., Canada, UK, Australia, and France.

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.

Governor of Greece’s Attica: Arabian Travel Market global platform for tourism industry - breakingtravelnews.com - Greece - Uae - city Athens, Greece - city Dubai
breakingtravelnews.com
08.05.2024 / 08:09

Governor of Greece’s Attica: Arabian Travel Market global platform for tourism industry

Nikos Chardalias, Governor of the Attica Region, Greece, has hailed the role played by the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai in bringing together all tourism and travel companies, airlines, and industry stakeholders from around the world under one roof.

The World’s 15 Safest Cities (2 U.S. Cities Made The List), Ranked In A New Report - forbes.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Iceland - Australia - Usa - state Florida - city Honolulu - city Orlando, state Florida - county Pacific - city Canadian - city Reykjavik, Iceland - city Saf
forbes.com
05.05.2024 / 09:29

The World’s 15 Safest Cities (2 U.S. Cities Made The List), Ranked In A New Report

Searching for the safest places to travel? Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection (BHTP) recently unveiled its annual State of Travel Insurance Safest Destinations report, which ranks the world’s 15 safest cities to travel. This year, two U.S. cities made the list, with Honolulu named the safest city in the world.

Chinese Tourism to the U.S. to Recover Earlier Than Expected - skift.com - Japan - Usa - China - state California - city Taipei - city Tokyo - city Seoul - Ukraine
skift.com
30.04.2024 / 20:49

Chinese Tourism to the U.S. to Recover Earlier Than Expected

The U.S. travel industry will see a full recovery in Chinese and Japanese tourism by 2026 — one year earlier than previously projected, according to the U.S. National and Travel Tourism Office’s latest annual forecast released Tuesday.

IndiGo's Global Ambitions Take Shape: New Details - skift.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Turkey - India - city Istanbul - Malaysia - city Nairobi - city Mumbai - city Delhi
skift.com
30.04.2024 / 16:43

IndiGo's Global Ambitions Take Shape: New Details

India’s largest carrier IndiGo, which recently placed its first-ever order for widebody aircraft, plans to offer nonstop connectivity from major Indian airports to global destinations.

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