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Build Your Destination Expertise on Florida's Historic Coast - travelpulse.com - state Florida
travelpulse.com
20.02.2024 / 19:00

Build Your Destination Expertise on Florida's Historic Coast

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Everything you need to know about visiting Québec City with kids - lonelyplanet.com - city European - city Old - France - Britain - Usa - county Canadian - city Upper - county St. Lawrence
lonelyplanet.com
20.02.2024 / 15:07

Everything you need to know about visiting Québec City with kids

With all the charm of a European city but a proud history that’s firmly French-Canadian, Québec City is a perfect place to travel with kids – and fortunately for North Americans, it’s much closer than Europe.

A passenger jet smashed into runway lights as it took off, flew for 60 minutes, then landed with a gaping hole in its fuselage - insider.com - Germany - Greece - Serbia - city Belgrade, Serbia - county Marathon
insider.com
19.02.2024 / 13:03

A passenger jet smashed into runway lights as it took off, flew for 60 minutes, then landed with a gaping hole in its fuselage

A commercial jet in Belgrade, Serbia, struck a set of runway lights during take-off on Sunday, which punched a hole into its fuselage that forced an emergency landing an hour later, local media reported.

Europe’s Top Sleeper Trains To Book In 2024 According To Travel Expert - forbes.com - city Amsterdam - city European - city Berlin - city Paris - city Helsinki - city Brussels - city Prague - city Vienna
forbes.com
17.02.2024 / 16:13

Europe’s Top Sleeper Trains To Book In 2024 According To Travel Expert

A sleeper train renaissance is underway in Europe and night services are set to be one of the most popular ways to travel in 2024. New routes are connecting the continent’s buzziest cities with improved comforts like WiFi, coffee and breakfast included in the ticket price. The new night trains are also boosting the no-fly movement by offering a more sustainable alternative with a lower carbon footprint than car journeys and flights.

Cobbled streets, homegrown treats and all-year heat: Foodies will love this Canary island - euronews.com - Spain - city European - Germany - Britain
euronews.com
17.02.2024 / 00:37

Cobbled streets, homegrown treats and all-year heat: Foodies will love this Canary island

The first thing that struck me as I arrived in Gran Canaria was the spinning white blades that dotted the horizon. I later learnt that these wind turbines generate 20 per cent of the island’s energy, far higher than the European average.

Officials Investigate How a Woman Flew to Los Angeles Without a Ticket - nytimes.com - Los Angeles - Denmark - Israel - Usa - city Nashville - city Atlanta - state California - city Copenhagen - city Cincinnati - city Tampa - city Los Angeles - Russia
nytimes.com
16.02.2024 / 20:15

Officials Investigate How a Woman Flew to Los Angeles Without a Ticket

An investigation is underway into how a woman boarded an American Airlines flight at Nashville International Airport and flew to Los Angeles without showing a ticket last week, officials said on Friday.

This Airline Launched a Flight With a Mystery Destination — and a Thousand People Signed Up for It - travelandleisure.com - Germany - Sweden - Usa - city Atlanta - city Boston - Washington - city Copenhagen - San Francisco - city Chicago - county Miami - state New York
travelandleisure.com
15.02.2024 / 19:39

This Airline Launched a Flight With a Mystery Destination — and a Thousand People Signed Up for It

Imagine taking off for a vacation, and having no idea exactly where you are going.  Scandinavian Airlines, a Sweden-based carrier, commonly known as SAS Airlines, offered just that, by recently introducing a special mystery flight called “Destination Unknown.”  SAS sold tickets for the flight exclusively to members of the airline’s frequent flyer loyalty program, EuroBonus. Instead of money, travelers needed to redeem 30,000 miles for a seat. The trip will depart from Copenhagen on April 5 and return back to Copenhagen on April 8. Travelers are only provided a clue that the flight will last “a few hours”, and the exact location of the destination will be revealed at some point during the flight through an announcement.  “The prospect of embarking on an adventurous and mysterious journey with fellow enthusiasts, finding new connections and friendships along the way, is truly exciting,” SAS’s Chief Commercial Officer and Executive Vice President Paul Verhagen said in the news release.  Over 1,000 people submitted interest in joining the flight, and the airline is no longer accepting reservations, a spokesperson shared with Travel + Leisure. Due to the limited quantity of seats on the plane, tickets for the April trip will be distributed randomly to the travelers who signed up. SAS operates flights around the world to 125 destinations, and currently has flights from the US (Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Washington) to destinations in Scandinavia and across Europe.  The concept of “surprise” travel has taken off as travelers seek new experiences. Lufthansa, a German airline, offers a program called ‘Lufthansa Surprise’ where travelers select their home airport, and a general theme of what type of vacation they want (such as arts, outdoors, or shopping). Once the trip is paid and ticketed, the airline reveals the destination to the traveler. The surprise bookings cannot be changed or canceled, and the 24-hour flexible booking policy also does not apply. 

A New Baltimore Chocolate Shop With a Signature Drink - nytimes.com - city European - New Zealand - city Atlanta - city Baltimore - India
nytimes.com
15.02.2024 / 15:21

A New Baltimore Chocolate Shop With a Signature Drink

I shower and wash my face with La Roche-Posay Toleriane Dermo Milky Cleanser. I like to use body washes that I bring back from my travels to remind me of those trips: I have this Kokum Almond Cleansing Shower Oil that I got on a trip to India that smells so good. Because I dye my hair, it’s quite thirsty — I use L’Oréal Professionnel Purple Shampoo to keep the yellow out, and Davines Oi Conditioner. I always use Davines Minu Hair Serum when I blow dry my hair and finish with Oi Oil.

The US cities with the best quality of life in 2024, ranked - insider.com - Usa
insider.com
15.02.2024 / 00:23

The US cities with the best quality of life in 2024, ranked

Quality of life is one of the biggest determining factors when deciding where to lay down roots.

When Hospitality Meets Haute Couture - cntraveler.com - France - Greece - New Zealand - Britain - city London - Singapore - India - city Doha
cntraveler.com
14.02.2024 / 22:35

When Hospitality Meets Haute Couture

When Aegean Airlines revealed its latest uniforms last October, the Instagram announcement looked not unlike a teaser of a Jacquemus show. In it, models glided down a mirrored runway as the sea shimmered on the horizon, dressed in uniforms designed by Zeus+Dione, a fashion brand rooted in Greek craftsmanship. “The [colors] reflect the Greek landscape: deep Aegean blue alternating with sunlit silver-blue hues of rocky surfaces, along with washed-white shades reminiscent of the traditional architecture in the Cyclades and Dodecanese Islands,” said Zeus+Dione co-founder Dimitra Kolotoura.

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