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Recent U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Ruling Sparks New Debate Over Elephant Hunting - forbes.com - Germany - city Berlin - Botswana
forbes.com
08.05.2024

Recent U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Ruling Sparks New Debate Over Elephant Hunting

Is hunting elephants the best way to save the species? That’s a question once again being raised in the conservation community after a recent ruling by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service that will make it more difficult to import legally harvested elephant ivory. Many scientists, however, are questioning the move as antithetical to the stated goal of bolstering elephant conservation across Africa.

The Mirage will close in July to begin Hard Rock transformation - thepointsguy.com - county Rock - city Sin
thepointsguy.com
16.05.2024

The Mirage will close in July to begin Hard Rock transformation

The hotel that ushered in the era of the megaresort on the Las Vegas Strip is about to go dark.

How a Community of Biker Chicks Helped Me Get Back in the Driver’s Seat - cntraveler.com - Scotland
cntraveler.com
14.05.2024

How a Community of Biker Chicks Helped Me Get Back in the Driver’s Seat

Discovering I could drive without the use of my legs was nothing short of a revelation. Before a car crash left me paralyzed from the chest down, I had no knowledge of the adaptations available to Disabled drivers until the moment the occupational therapist in spinal rehabilitation told me that it was, in fact, still possible for me to get behind the wheel.

Out In The World: A Travel Guide For The LGBTQIA+ Community - forbes.com - Antarctica
forbes.com
13.05.2024

Out In The World: A Travel Guide For The LGBTQIA+ Community

‘ Out in the World: An LGBTQIA+ (and Friends!) Travel Guide to More Than 100 Destinations Around the World ’ is National Geographic’s first travel book aimed at the LGBTQIA+ community. Authors Amy B. Scher and Mark Jason Williams dive into 120 destinations — from Austin to Antarctica — and what makes them both great vacations as well as inclusive for every traveler. I spoke with Scher and Williams about the need for this book and what they love most about travel.

JetBlue Launches New Flights to Puerto Rico, Bonaire, and More in Latest Expansion - travelandleisure.com - Usa - New York - Providence - county San Juan - city Santiago - state New York - state Rhode Island - Puerto Rico - county Westchester - county St. Croix
travelandleisure.com
10.05.2024

JetBlue Launches New Flights to Puerto Rico, Bonaire, and More in Latest Expansion

It’s about to get easier — and more comfortable — to get to Puerto Rico and elsewhere in the Caribbean with a significant JetBlue expansion in the region.

Beloved Cardiff pub demolished in 2012 reopens after brick-by-brick rebuild on new site - theguardian.com - New Zealand - city Welsh - city Newtown
theguardian.com
10.05.2024

Beloved Cardiff pub demolished in 2012 reopens after brick-by-brick rebuild on new site

For more than a century and a half, the Vulcan Hotel served dockers, railway workers, artists, sports stars, gamblers and dreamers and the demolition in 2012 of this beloved, spit-and-sawdust Cardiff pub felt like a bereavement.

Eric Schmidt was supposed to buy a yacht once owned by a Russian oligarch. Here's the one he bought instead. - insider.com - Germany - city Jacksonville - Russia - Ukraine - Antigua And Barbuda
insider.com
07.05.2024

Eric Schmidt was supposed to buy a yacht once owned by a Russian oligarch. Here's the one he bought instead.

Last year, Eric Schmidt made waves in the yachting community when news came out that he was the soon-to-be owner of the Alfa Nero, an 81-meter megayacht that belonged to a sanctioned Russian oligarch.

Where to Celebrate Pride in the US This June - cntraveler.com - Usa - county Park - city New York - city Boston - city Chicago - state Ohio - county Hall - Lincoln, county Park - city Uptown
cntraveler.com
06.05.2024

Where to Celebrate Pride in the US This June

It’s already spring, which means summer is just around the corner. Not only does summer mean beach vacations and hot weather, but it also means celebrating Pride. The Stonewall Uprising began on June 28, 1969, in response to a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, a popular gay bar in New York City's Greenwich Village. Queer people fought back against the police, and the subsequent uprising lasted for six days. One year later, thousands marched from the Stonewall Inn to Central Park in what we now know was the first Pride parade in the United States.

What’s Brewing With Manila’s Hot Coffee Scene - forbes.com - city Rome - Philippines - city Athens - city Manila - city Dubai - county Coffee
forbes.com
06.05.2024

What’s Brewing With Manila’s Hot Coffee Scene

You would think hot beverages would be unheard of in such a hot and humid country, but coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the Philippines. Nine out of 10 households have coffee in their pantries, and eight out of 10 adults in the country drink an average of 2.5 cups of coffee every day, according to the Philippine Coffee Board.

Hawaii to Implement More Regulations on Short-term Rentals — What Travelers Need to Know - travelandleisure.com - Usa - city New York - state Hawaii - county Maui
travelandleisure.com
06.05.2024

Hawaii to Implement More Regulations on Short-term Rentals — What Travelers Need to Know

Hawaii is imposing more regulations on short-term rentals, allowing each county to set their own rules when it comes to these homes.

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

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.

Building Loyalty: Can Brand Communities Retain High-Revenue Flyers? - forbes.com - Usa - state Texas - Austin, state Texas
forbes.com
03.05.2024

Building Loyalty: Can Brand Communities Retain High-Revenue Flyers?

Building a brand community sounds like a great idea. According to marketing thought leader Mark Schaefer, community is “the last great marketing strategy.” In Belonging to the Brand, Schaefer calls community “the marketing megatrend of our time.”

It Just Got Easier to Get a Passport for the First Time — Where to Go - travelandleisure.com
travelandleisure.com
03.05.2024

It Just Got Easier to Get a Passport for the First Time — Where to Go

The U.S. Government is continuing to offer in-person help for travelers looking to get a passport for the first-time.  The State Department is expanding its Special Passport Acceptance Fairs to additional locations ahead of the summer travel season.

In Jordan, a Community Disrupted Is Awaiting Travel’s Return - cntraveler.com - Israel - Usa - Jordan - Lebanon - area West Bank - city Amman - Palestine - Syria - city Damascus - city Heritage
cntraveler.com
01.05.2024

In Jordan, a Community Disrupted Is Awaiting Travel’s Return

Trying my best not to make a mess, I devoured the chocolate-drizzled, walnut-topped qatayef and instantly felt better about the wet, wintery day. In Jordan and throughout the Middle East, these palm-sized semolina pancakes are typically only popular during the holy month of Ramadan—As-Salt, a city on three hills about an hour north of the Jordanian capital of Amman, is “the only place where one can find qatayef year-round,” my As-Salti guide Sewar Alfauori explained between bites.

Raising Highway Speed Limits Can Create Crash Danger On Side Streets - forbes.com - Georgia - state Michigan - state Oregon
forbes.com
30.04.2024

Raising Highway Speed Limits Can Create Crash Danger On Side Streets

When speed limits on highways are raised, the result could be more crashes on nearby roads.

5 Can’t-Miss Destinations Across Minnesota’s North Shore - forbes.com - France - city Minneapolis - state Minnesota
forbes.com
27.04.2024

5 Can’t-Miss Destinations Across Minnesota’s North Shore

While Minneapolis draws visitors in droves thanks to its thriving drinking and dining scene, nature lovers and outdoor adventurers alike can find a truly spectacular array of attractions across Minnesota’s North Shore. Spanning just under 250 kilometers along Lake Superior, this scenic stretch of coastline is rife with cozy communities and spectacular natural preserves, with no shortage of top-tier restaurants and breweries to discover along the way. With summer on the horizon, there’s no better time than the present to plan a nature-filled foray into the picturesque reaches of northern Minnesota.

I'm a 24-year-old who lives in Medora, North Dakota, which has a population of less than 150 people. We don't have a grocery store in town but we do have the Northern Lights. - insider.com - Usa - state Minnesota - city Duluth, state Minnesota - state North Dakota
insider.com
27.04.2024

I'm a 24-year-old who lives in Medora, North Dakota, which has a population of less than 150 people. We don't have a grocery store in town but we do have the Northern Lights.

This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Madi Lee, 24, about her experience living and working in Medora, North Dakota — a summer tourist town with a year-round population of less than 150 people. Lee said the remoteness of Medora can be challenging at times, especially during the winter, but she loves the tight-knit community and nearby nature.

UN Tourism and European Committee of the Regions Unite to Boost Rural Development Through Tourism - breakingtravelnews.com - region European
breakingtravelnews.com
27.04.2024

UN Tourism and European Committee of the Regions Unite to Boost Rural Development Through Tourism

UN Tourism has partnered with the European Committee of the Regions for a comprehensive study of the significant impact and potential of tourism in fostering socio-economic development in rural areas.

Venice Art Biennale 2024: These Are The 8 Must-See Pavilions - forbes.com - Germany - Denmark - France - city Venice - Greenland - Senegal
forbes.com
25.04.2024

Venice Art Biennale 2024: These Are The 8 Must-See Pavilions

Venice, a city of history and mystery, is once again at the forefront of the global art scene, hosting the 60th International Art Exhibition, titled "Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere." Curated by Adriano Pedrosa, this year’s Biennale extends beyond just an art exhibition; it is a profound narrative on cultural exchange, environmental sustainability, and the interwoven fabric of global identity. From April 20 to November 24, 2024, the Biennale transforms Venice into a canvas of multicultural dialogue, showcasing works that provoke, inspire, and unite. Here are the 10 pavilions and exhibitions that stand out in this year's compelling lineup.

Lonely Plan-it: A fishing trip to Alaska - lonelyplanet.com - state Alaska - city Anchorage - county Seward - city Whittier
lonelyplanet.com
25.04.2024

Lonely Plan-it: A fishing trip to Alaska

For many Alaska visitors, the chance to drop a line in the briny depths of the ocean, or cast a fly rod upon a rushing river, is the reason they’ve traveled north – and for good reason. There is nothing quite like fresh fish – caught amid the stunning scenery of Alaska – consumed over a dinner table filled with tales of the day itself.

Phase 2 Of Miami’s Linear Park And Trail, The Underline, Just Opened - forbes.com
forbes.com
24.04.2024

Phase 2 Of Miami’s Linear Park And Trail, The Underline, Just Opened

Miamians are excited. The much-anticipated, long-awaited second phase of The Underline, Miami’s developing 10-mile linear park and multimodal path, opened on April 24.

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