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Illinois Celebrates World Whisky Day - breakingtravelnews.com - Ireland - Japan - Usa - state Tennessee - city Chicago - state Oregon - Scotland - county Canadian - state Kentucky - state Illinois
breakingtravelnews.com
18.05.2024 / 04:55

Illinois Celebrates World Whisky Day

It might be whisky (with no ‘e’) when referring to Scottish, Canadian, or Japanese grain spirits, but when it comes to grain spirits distilled in Ireland and the United States – it’s whiskey (with an ‘e’). Regardless of how it’s spelled, today, Saturday 18 May the world will unite to celebrate World Whisky Day - the annual day celebrating whisky, inviting everyone to try a dram and celebrate the water of life, but do you know the history of whiskey in Illinois? Kentucky and Tennessee might be the states that come to mind when thinking of whiskey in the United States however, Illinois and more specifically Peoria,  located along the Illinois River160 miles southwest of Chicago, was known as ‘The Whiskey Capital of the World.’

Where to see the world's most beautiful flowers on your travels - lonelyplanet.com - France - Italy - Portugal - Japan - South Africa - Ecuador
lonelyplanet.com
17.05.2024 / 14:29

Where to see the world's most beautiful flowers on your travels

All around the world, ephemeral blooms add a magical new layer to our favorite travel destinations.

After Almost 20 Years, Park Hyatt Seoul Remains One Of Gangnam’s Best Places To Stay - forbes.com - Italy - Japan - South Korea - city Seoul - North Korea
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 11:49

After Almost 20 Years, Park Hyatt Seoul Remains One Of Gangnam’s Best Places To Stay

On my twenty-plus trips to Seoul, I generally steered clear of Gangnam, the district south of the Han River immortalized by the South Korean rapper PSY’s 2012 smash hit “Gangnam Style.” Something, however, shifted in me while planning my recent spring jaunt. Gangbuk, the district north of the Han River—where I’d typically plant myself—started feeling a touch too familiar. Plus: how could I judge a place I hadn’t actually spent quality time in?

Japan On Sale: Why It’s Summer’s Big Travel Bargain - forbes.com - Japan - Usa - Taiwan - Vietnam - Thailand - Malaysia - city Bangkok - Indonesia
forbes.com
14.05.2024 / 13:11

Japan On Sale: Why It’s Summer’s Big Travel Bargain

The U.S. dollar is going strong relative to many foreign currencies right now, which translates to international travel bargains for savvy shoppers. One of the easiest way for American travelers to grab a “deal” on an overseas trip is to choose a destination where the comparatively strong dollar delivers a built-in automatic discount for on-the-ground costs like hotels, dining and attractions.

Tips for using a smartphone to photograph the northern lights - thepointsguy.com - Japan - state Alaska - Singapore - Charleston, state South Carolina - state South Carolina
thepointsguy.com
11.05.2024 / 20:17

Tips for using a smartphone to photograph the northern lights

I was lucky enough to catch the elusive northern lights on a special delivery flight, Singapore Airlines' first 787-10 Dreamliner delivery flight from Charleston, South Carolina, to Osaka, Japan, and finally on to Changi Airport.

These are the world’s top 10 cleanest airports - only one is in Europe - euronews.com - Switzerland - Australia - Japan - Usa - Taiwan - China - Canada - Hong Kong - Costa Rica - city Tokyo - Singapore - South Korea - city Seoul - India - city Cape Town - city Shanghai - county Pacific - Ecuador - city Quito, Ecuador - Azerbaijan - city Doha - city Bangalore - city Vancouver, Canada - city Baku, Azerbaijan
euronews.com
09.05.2024 / 03:01

These are the world’s top 10 cleanest airports - only one is in Europe

The world’s top 10 cleanest airports have been announced - and only one hub in Europe features on the list.

Japan’s First Helicopter Hiking Tour of Its Southern Alps Launches in Shizuoka - breakingtravelnews.com - county Hot Spring - Japan
breakingtravelnews.com
08.05.2024 / 08:12

Japan’s First Helicopter Hiking Tour of Its Southern Alps Launches in Shizuoka

A brand new helicopter and hiking tour has launched in Shizuoka, exploring Japan’s captivating Southern Alps. Offering exhilarating views of majestic Mt. Fuji and its surrounding peaks, the tour includes stops at a rejuvenating mountain onsen, a traditional ryokan and Japan’s most remote whisky distillery.

Marriott is bringing its new affordable brand to Japan - thepointsguy.com - Japan - China - Mexico - region Asia-Pacific
thepointsguy.com
07.05.2024 / 22:17

Marriott is bringing its new affordable brand to Japan

One of Marriott's newest and most affordable brands is slated to grow in one of the world's most-visited countries.

70 passengers on an 11-hour flight from a tropical island paradise were hit by vomiting and nausea in midair - insider.com - Germany - Japan - Mauritius
insider.com
07.05.2024 / 12:53

70 passengers on an 11-hour flight from a tropical island paradise were hit by vomiting and nausea in midair

A flight to Germany had to be met by emergency services after dozens of passengers started vomiting, the German outlet Bild reported.

Japan Airlines Business Class vs. First Class on the Airbus A350-1000: Review - cntraveler.com - Japan - Usa - New York - city Tokyo
cntraveler.com
06.05.2024 / 21:47

Japan Airlines Business Class vs. First Class on the Airbus A350-1000: Review

Flying on Japan Airlines has always been, well, delightfully Japanese. Think of it as an introduction—or if departing from Tokyo, a bid farewell—to the country’s characteristic tenets of respectful, nearly differential service; seafood-forward and fresh cuisine; and commitment to cultural traditions. (Onboard oshiburi, anyone?) Add in comfortable seats across all cabins—yes, even decent economy ones with 34 inches of recline—and you have an experience worth writing home about. Or at least not complaining to someone about.

A Taste Of Asia’s Best Restaurant Of 2024—According To World’s 50 Best - forbes.com - France - Japan - city Tokyo
forbes.com
05.05.2024 / 13:13

A Taste Of Asia’s Best Restaurant Of 2024—According To World’s 50 Best

It’s been a year since we sat down with Daniel Calvert, the executive chef behind SÉZANNE in the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi. And what a year, at that. Last May he shared secrets on how to pair wine with his award-winning cuisine. Now his esteemed French-inspired dining room has been named the best restaurant in all of Asia. The recognition came by way of World’s 50 Best Restaurants, which delivers its annual Asia-specific rankings each spring.

On Location: Japan's Serene Nagano Prefecture Stars in ‘Evil Does Not Exist’ - cntraveler.com - Japan - city New York - city Tokyo
cntraveler.com
04.05.2024 / 15:29

On Location: Japan's Serene Nagano Prefecture Stars in ‘Evil Does Not Exist’

It would be easy to read Evil Does Not Exist as being anti-travel—or, at the very least, anti-glamping. The new film from Japanese director Ryusuke Hamaguchi is set in the tranquil (and fictional) village of Mizubiki some two hours outside of Tokyo. Locals live in deference to the nature that surrounds them, collecting water from the forest’s crystal-clear spring with quiet care. But, when COVID-era economic incentives drive a Tokyo consulting firm to erect a glamping site upstream of the village, without considering the environmental consequences on the community, a high-drama town meeting ensues, wherein villagers poke hole after hole in the hastily-drawn plan. Over the course of the film's two hours, it continues to meditate on topics of man and nature, framing stunning countryside scenery for so long, and with such focus, that you emerge refreshed as though from a cold plunge.

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