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How Whatsapp Flows Could Pave the Way for Personalized Travel Experiences - skift.com - Britain - India
skift.com
22.09.2023 / 04:11

How Whatsapp Flows Could Pave the Way for Personalized Travel Experiences

Meta’s WhatsApp will be introducing a new service called Flows aimed at businesses worldwide for creating personalized experiences directly within chat threads.

Faouzia on How Morocco Shapes Her Music - cntraveler.com - Morocco - France - Britain - Canada
cntraveler.com
21.09.2023 / 18:07

Faouzia on How Morocco Shapes Her Music

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These are the best hotels in the world for 2023 and 21 of them are in Europe - euronews.com - France - Italy - city Paris - Britain - Hong Kong - city Hong Kong - city Tokyo - county Lake - Scotland - city Madrid - city Bangkok - Athens
euronews.com
21.09.2023 / 08:09

These are the best hotels in the world for 2023 and 21 of them are in Europe

As summer holidays come to an end, 50 Best has compiled its list of the World’s 50 Best Hotels in 2023.

How to spend a weekend in the UK's North Norfolk - nationalgeographic.com - Britain - county Norfolk
nationalgeographic.com
19.09.2023 / 13:13

How to spend a weekend in the UK's North Norfolk

Drawing visitors since the 1700s, North Norfolk has long been a place of escapism. You arrive ready to fill your lungs with sea air and let your gaze drift to the horizon. The natural beauty here is not the kind that smacks you in the face and overwhelms with superlatives. The expansive beaches, endless skies, fenland and watery network of the Broads are a more subtle tonic for the soul — you don’t have to work too hard to forget life beyond this somewhat overlooked patch of East Anglia.

Todd Snyder, Stella Jean, and More Designers on the Destinations That Inspire Their Work - cntraveler.com - Portugal - Britain - New York - Costa Rica - Chile - city Athens
cntraveler.com
15.09.2023 / 18:05

Todd Snyder, Stella Jean, and More Designers on the Destinations That Inspire Their Work

For generations, designers have adopted towns, villages, and other enclaves as second homes and visited them again and again, imprinting a touch of their own sensibility on their chosen place—and importing something of its essence into their own work. It’s the kind of symbiosis that Coco Chanel and Le Corbusier, who summered in neighboring homes, enjoyed with the Cote d’Azur’s Rouquebrune Cap-Martine, or Yves Saint Laurent with Marrakech and Tangier. More recently, Christian Louboutin popularized the Portuguese village of Melides, eventually opening Vermelho Hotel there earlier this year. Here, five designers on the places they go, and why they continue to be pulled back.

Could Ultra-Cheap Flights in Europe Be a Thing of the Past? - cntraveler.com - Netherlands - Eu - France - Britain - New York
cntraveler.com
12.09.2023 / 13:27

Could Ultra-Cheap Flights in Europe Be a Thing of the Past?

Ultra-cheap flights could be banned in Europe if a forthcoming proposal is approved by the EU: Officials in France want to set a price minimum on airfares across Europe to help reduce carbon emissions.

How to Support Morocco Earthquake Survivors—and Where to Donate - cntraveler.com - Morocco - Britain - Usa
cntraveler.com
11.09.2023 / 18:03

How to Support Morocco Earthquake Survivors—and Where to Donate

On September 8, 2023, a devastating earthquake took place in Morocco, killing thousands of people and injuring thousands more. Many in the country’s mountainous communities are still unable to access communication, medical help, or supplies from the outside at the time of writing (September 11) and relief is urgently needed for those affected in remote communities of the High Atlas Mountains.

Le Touquet: The 'most British of French resorts' - bbc.com - France - Britain
bbc.com
11.09.2023 / 16:35

Le Touquet: The 'most British of French resorts'

Overlooking the English Channel is a small resort town bedecked with freestone facades and half-timbered houses. English is heard everywhere, from the Art Deco Westminster hotel to the lighthouse, which, on the occasion of the late Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee, was lit up with Her Majesty's favourite colours. The bells of city hall chime in an echo of Big Ben, and it was just announced that the town's airport will soon be rechristened after Queen Elizabeth II.

Hops from Bavaria, barley from Champagne, water from Alpine glaciers: the alchemy of one of Italy’s finest beers - theguardian.com - Germany - France - Italy - Britain
theguardian.com
11.09.2023 / 09:52

Hops from Bavaria, barley from Champagne, water from Alpine glaciers: the alchemy of one of Italy’s finest beers

The first written evidence of beer being brewed and consumed dates back as far as 4,000BC, with the ancient Sumerians believed to have developed the earliest known methods for creating the alcoholic drink. Its history and connection to human civilisation runs deep, and a number of today’s beers have their own remarkable heritage.

9 of the best places to avoid the crowds in England - lonelyplanet.com - Britain
lonelyplanet.com
10.09.2023 / 11:21

9 of the best places to avoid the crowds in England

Despite its famously sepia-toned skies, England remains a perennially popular destination.

Where to go fruit and veg picking in the UK this autumn - nationalgeographic.com - Britain
nationalgeographic.com
10.09.2023 / 08:59

Where to go fruit and veg picking in the UK this autumn

You might think picking your own produce is only possible in the warm and berry-laden summer, but many orchards, farms and pick-your-owns stay open right up until October, meaning you can make the most of late-cropping fruits such as apples, pears and plums, and vegetables like carrots, onions and runner beans, as well as the UK’s now quite incredible range of gourds and pumpkins. Some PYOs require you to pre-book your slot, and opening times depend on the day’s weather, and indeed the season’s — crops may come early or late, or all at once, so it’s worth checking beforehand, especially on social media, as most farms post up-to-date crop news. Finally, wear sturdy shoes, as even in dry weather, watering can mean mud and puddles — and try not to gorge yourself before paying up for your pickings.

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