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10 free things to do in Oaxaca City - lonelyplanet.com - Mexico - city Downtown - city Oaxaca
lonelyplanet.com
14.05.2024

10 free things to do in Oaxaca City

Inexpensive lodging and affordable street food mean Oaxaca delivers plenty of bang for your buck – add a plethora of free attractions to the mix and the colorful city is about as budget-friendly as they come.

11 best hotels for nightlife — from popular nightclubs to swanky lounges - thepointsguy.com - Los Angeles - Japan - New York - city Las Vegas - city Miami - city Brooklyn - city Dubai - county Williamsburg
thepointsguy.com
16.05.2024

11 best hotels for nightlife — from popular nightclubs to swanky lounges

Sometimes you want to go to a hotel to rest and relax. Sometimes a hotel is just where you end up after a long day of traveling or for some conference for work. And then sometimes you go to a hotel for the nightlife — or, at least, you a pick a hotel wherever you're going because there is some nightlife you can enjoy without ever having to leave the property.

How Sweden Celebrates Midsummer, And Why You Should, Too - forbes.com - Sweden
forbes.com
15.05.2024

How Sweden Celebrates Midsummer, And Why You Should, Too

Every year around the summer solstice, Swedes gather to celebrate Midsummer, a festival marking the longest day of the year.

New Olympic Sporting Events Coming To Paris - forbes.com - Greece - city Paris - Usa - Athens, Greece - city Tokyo - Argentina - city Budapest - city Shanghai - city Buenos Aires, Argentina - county Bronx
forbes.com
14.05.2024

New Olympic Sporting Events Coming To Paris

The Olympics are rooted in tradition, with the first official Summer Olympics staged in 1896 in Athens, Greece that drew athletes from 13 nations. Ever since then, the marathon has been a mainstay in Olympic programming.

Eurovision 2024: How Malmö, Sweden Will Pull It Off - cntraveler.com - Iceland - Italy - Sweden - Switzerland - Australia - Britain - Usa - Ukraine
cntraveler.com
07.05.2024

Eurovision 2024: How Malmö, Sweden Will Pull It Off

Just as sports obsessives will travel to Paris this summer for the Olympics, pop music lovers with a penchant for camp will travel to Malmö for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Why clubbers are raving about Germany’s cross-country Techno Train - theguardian.com - Germany - county Williams
theguardian.com
07.05.2024

Why clubbers are raving about Germany’s cross-country Techno Train

‘Do you ever get seasick?” Timm Schirmer, a 27-year-old DJ with a fabulous blond moustache, asks me shortly before we board the Techno Train. “When you’re dancing on the train it can feel like you’re at sea, because you can’t always see that you’re moving.” Worryingly, I have indeed spent many a past holiday retching on boats. But Timm’s question comes after I’ve paid €100 for a non-refundable ticket for what social media suggests is the most intense train ride in Europe. I knew it wouldn’t be plain sailing.

A Virgin Voyages cruise helps grieving siblings reconnect - travelweekly.com - county Miami
travelweekly.com
01.05.2024

A Virgin Voyages cruise helps grieving siblings reconnect

I am the youngest of a family of six. But now, we are three: my brother, Mike; my sister, Erin; and me. In the wake of our mother's unexpected death last year, we decided the best way to honor Mom was to stay connected. The previous few years of supporting an aging parent had stressed our relationships, and with our matriarch now gone, we understood how easy it would be for us to drift apart.

Landing at San Diego's airport: Percussive dance performance inspired by the passengers - thepointsguy.com - county San Diego
thepointsguy.com
30.04.2024

Landing at San Diego's airport: Percussive dance performance inspired by the passengers

It was, literally, a circus (in a good way) in the terminals back in 2016 when San Diego International Airport's (SAN) arts program launched its performing arts residency program by inviting Fern Street Circus to spend four to six months inside the airport developing and performing site-specific new work.

How We Pulled It Off: A Beachside Wedding in Goa With a Side of Bossa Nova - cntraveler.com - Los Angeles - city New York - India - county Bay - city Delhi - city Jaipur
cntraveler.com
30.04.2024

How We Pulled It Off: A Beachside Wedding in Goa With a Side of Bossa Nova

Despite having met as college students in Los Angeles and currently living in New York City, Mitali Gupta and Nick Ruzicka have always known they’d get married in India. Mitali grew up in Delhi, and always assumed she’d return to her native country for her wedding one day. For Nick, who is half-Indian and grew up in the Bay Area, it was a bit more complicated: his mother left the country at age 17 and his exposure to the culture was limited to less frequent visits to his grandfather.

40 Beach Wedding Guest Dresses to Pack This Summer - cntraveler.com - Mexico
cntraveler.com
30.04.2024

40 Beach Wedding Guest Dresses to Pack This Summer

If you've been invited to a beach wedding, you're in for a treat. A cool sea breeze, romantic sunset, and ceremony on the sand—it's the perfect excuse to take a tropical vacation. But despite the picturesque setting, it can be difficult for wedding guests to know just what to wear to a destination wedding like this. Beach weddings present a number of obstacles when it comes to appropriate attire—you need shoes that can be worn on sand, and a dress that's lightweight enough to keep you cool and easy to pack without wrinkling or taking up too much real estate in your suitcase.

Major New Dance Prizes Announced By Sadler’s Wells On International Dance Day - forbes.com - Georgia - France - Greece - Portugal - Israel - Usa - Brazil - Taiwan - Antarctica - county Wells
forbes.com
29.04.2024

Major New Dance Prizes Announced By Sadler’s Wells On International Dance Day

On International Dance Day, 29 April, world-leading dance organisation Sadler’s Wells in London has unveiled the shortlist of the inaugural Rose International Dance Prize, a biennial prize for new dance creations in any style, showcasing some of the most inventive and daring choreographers around the world at work today. The Rose International Dance Prize consists of the Rose category, for established choreographers presenting a full-length performance of 50 minutes or longer, and the Bloom category, for emerging choreographers with a maximum of ten years’ experience. A prize of £40,000 will be awarded to the Rose category winner and a prize for £15,000 will be awarded to the Bloom category winner.

Escape the obvious in Paris: pick the Crazy Horse cabaret over the (temporarily windmill-less) Moulin Rouge - lonelyplanet.com - France - city Paris
lonelyplanet.com
25.04.2024

Escape the obvious in Paris: pick the Crazy Horse cabaret over the (temporarily windmill-less) Moulin Rouge

France-based travel journalist Anna Richards understands the allure of the Moulin Rouge and why that may be your first preference for cabaret while in Paris - but here's why she thinks you should consider the Crazy Horse.

Queen Mary 2: Where adventure meets relaxation - traveldailynews.com
traveldailynews.com
03.04.2024

Queen Mary 2: Where adventure meets relaxation

Embark on the Queen Mary 2: a blend of thrilling adventure and serene relaxation, offering an unmatched maritime journey.

Après Ski Outfit Ideas and Packing List Suggestions - cntraveler.com - Norway - New Zealand - state Colorado - city Queenstown
cntraveler.com
27.03.2024

Après Ski Outfit Ideas and Packing List Suggestions

Finishing my last (epic) run at Aspen’s Snowmass Resort, I headed back to base to shed my gear. Some might see “boot-up areas” as simply storage cubbies with room to unfasten shoe buckles and unclip helmets, but while observing those around me, I noticed something fabulous happening here: Despite the active day behind us, there was a newfound energy in the air. With the prompt, “Where to next?”, a flurry of discussion erupted.

Aurora Tourism in Iceland: You Can Seek, but You May Not Find - nytimes.com - Iceland - state Missouri - city Reykjavik - state Arizona
nytimes.com
25.03.2024

Aurora Tourism in Iceland: You Can Seek, but You May Not Find

From the outside, it may seem like the northern lights dance across Iceland’s skies each night. On Icelandair ads, planes fly across shimmering curtains in the sky. On social media, travelers gaze at the green bands above them. The lights are even on some recycling bins in Reykjavík, the capital: “Keep Iceland Clean.”

Revel in the art and culture of Puerto Rico — no passport required - thepointsguy.com - Usa - county San Juan - Puerto Rico - city Santurce
thepointsguy.com
21.03.2024

Revel in the art and culture of Puerto Rico — no passport required

As an American territory, Puerto Rico stands out as one of the most convenient Caribbean getaways for U.S. citizens. With its close proximity and no passport requirement, it's easily accessible from many large cities — including more than 30 U.S. airports with nonstop flights.

8 of the best places to celebrate St Patrick's Day outside of Ireland - lonelyplanet.com - France - Ireland - Britain - Usa - New York - city New York - city Dublin
lonelyplanet.com
13.03.2024

8 of the best places to celebrate St Patrick's Day outside of Ireland

With a diaspora in the millions, Ireland’s national holiday has become an international phenomenon. 

When's the best time to visit Seville? - lonelyplanet.com - Spain - city Santa
lonelyplanet.com
09.03.2024

When's the best time to visit Seville?

Seville is one of the most beautiful and liveliest cities in Spain, with a cerulean blue sky and streets bathed in year-round sunshine.

Celebrate The Inspiring Women Of Cultural Attractions Of Australia - forbes.com - France - Australia - New Zealand - Canada
forbes.com
07.03.2024

Celebrate The Inspiring Women Of Cultural Attractions Of Australia

This International Women's Day, celebrate some of the inspiring women who continue to trailblaze and pave the way for future generations.

For a Richer Northern Lights Experience, Go With an Indigenous Guide - cntraveler.com - Canada - state Alaska - county Bay - county Churchill - county Hudson
cntraveler.com
06.03.2024

For a Richer Northern Lights Experience, Go With an Indigenous Guide

“They say you can hear the northern lights crackle. Even after years of living amongst them, I’ve only heard it once,” says Dave Daley, a long-distance dog sledder and Métis tour guide based in Churchill, Canada. He was 250 miles north of home when it happened, crossing the Hudson Bay as his dogs stopped to look at the display, spanning shades of pink, green, and white. “The lights made a wall in front of us, and for 10 minutes we were in a trance. Why did they appear at this moment? It was my ancestors making sure I got to my destination safely.”

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