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Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Steve McQueen’s Occupied City: Amsterdam Past And Present - forbes.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Germany - Britain
forbes.com
15.02.2024

Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Steve McQueen’s Occupied City: Amsterdam Past And Present

Oscar-winning filmmaker and artist Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave, Shame, Hunger) shows us in his engrossing new documentary, Occupied City, how the not so distant past events of the second world war still haunt present day Amsterdam. His film, made with his historian wife, Bianca Stigter, evokes the ghosts of the past, felt everywhere in the city, inside buildings where often harrowing things happened but the film also leaves us with the positive reminder that “the Nazis didn’t win.”

An Important Exhibit Of Eastern Bloc Artists Teaches Important Lessons About Political Vigilance - forbes.com - Germany - Hungary - Poland - Soviet Union
forbes.com
01.03.2024

An Important Exhibit Of Eastern Bloc Artists Teaches Important Lessons About Political Vigilance

The birdcage was perfected in communist Hungary. In 1972, István Haraszty outfitted a parakeet dwelling with a sophisticated surveillance system that opened the door when the inhabitant was idle and shut it if she moved to escape.

London's New Hotels Are a Reminder of the City's Perennial Allure - cntraveler.com - Italy - Britain - Hong Kong - Singapore
cntraveler.com
27.02.2024

London's New Hotels Are a Reminder of the City's Perennial Allure

Global hospitality heavyweights are investing in the British capital with new hotels, and they're betting big. Raffles repurposed the landmark Old War Office—Churchill's erstwhile HQ—while the Peninsula broke new ground just opposite the Buckingham Palace garden, both brands staking claims in prime London real estate. Waldorf Astoria and Six Senses will soon follow suit with their own local debuts, while Rosewood and Mandarin Oriental plan to open second properties. But don't let the big names drown out boutique newcomers like the whimsical Broadwick Soho, a glittering reminder of the homegrown English charisma that makes London a must-visit in the first place.

United to become first US airline to resume Israel flights - thepointsguy.com - Israel - Usa - New York - city Atlanta - city New York - city Boston - Washington, area District Of Columbia - area District Of Columbia - city Chicago - city Newark, county Liberty - county Liberty - city San Francisco - city Tel Aviv - county Delta
thepointsguy.com
22.02.2024

United to become first US airline to resume Israel flights

United Airlines is set to resume Israel service early next month.

United to Resume Flights to Tel Aviv in March — What to Know - travelandleisure.com - Israel - Usa - city Chicago - San Francisco, state Washington - state Washington - city Newark, county Liberty - county Liberty - city Tel Aviv - area West Bank
travelandleisure.com
22.02.2024

United to Resume Flights to Tel Aviv in March — What to Know

United Airlines will resume flights to Israel this spring for the first time in months, becoming the first major carrier in the United States to do so since the start of the war in Israel and the Gaza Strip.

United will resume Israel service in March - travelweekly.com - Israel - Usa - Washington - city Chicago - city Newark - city San Francisco - city Tel Aviv
travelweekly.com
22.02.2024

United will resume Israel service in March

United will resume flying to Israel in early March, making it the first U.S. airline to return to Israel since the war between Israel and Hamas began on Oct. 7.

Why Has Heinemann Taken Full Control Of Its Retail JV At Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport During A 60% Traffic Collapse? - forbes.com - Australia - Israel - Jordan - Egypt - city Tel Aviv - area West Bank
forbes.com
16.02.2024

Why Has Heinemann Taken Full Control Of Its Retail JV At Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport During A 60% Traffic Collapse?

Global travel retailer Gebr. Heinemann made an important acquisition at the end of January at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport, named after Israel’s first prime minister. The Hamburg-based company bought the shares of James Richardson in the duty-free joint venture retail business JR/Duty Free, which was established in 2017.

A tale of three castles - nationalgeographic.com - Japan
nationalgeographic.com
15.02.2024

A tale of three castles

The UNESCO World Heritage sites of the former capital Kyoto give unforgettable insights into Japanese history, but across Japan are numerous, less heralded (and less visited) destinations that can transport travelers back in time. Be it the tales unearthed in castle ruins or fortresses that have withstood the tests of time, a journey to Japan's Kansai region and the islands of Okinawa can offer travelers fresh insights into Japan's past and the moments that shaped its future.

This Exhibit Shows Why We Cannot Be Scared Or Shamed Into Saving The World - forbes.com - Switzerland - Usa - New York - Vietnam - county Santa Barbara
forbes.com
12.02.2024

This Exhibit Shows Why We Cannot Be Scared Or Shamed Into Saving The World

In the winter of 1969, Santa Barbara’s coastal ecosystem was blitzed by three million gallons of crude oil. Responding to the catastrophic spill, and the ongoing assault of ecosystems throughout the United States, Senator Gaylord Nelson called upon American youth to rally for the environment as strenuously as they’d protested the Vietnam War.

The essential guide to visiting West Virginia - nationalgeographic.com - Usa - county Garden - county Park - state Mississippi - city Charleston - county Valley - county Falls - county Stone - state West Virginia
nationalgeographic.com
09.02.2024

The essential guide to visiting West Virginia

Towering mountains. Rushing rivers ideal for white-water rafting (one of National Geographic’s top 20 Best of the World travel adventures for 2024). America’s newest national park. Appalachian cuisine and folk music.

In Upstate New York, Native Efforts to Protect Flora and Fauna Are Flourishing - cntraveler.com - Britain - Usa - New York - Canada - county Ontario - county King George - state New York - county Valley - county Creek
cntraveler.com
25.01.2024

In Upstate New York, Native Efforts to Protect Flora and Fauna Are Flourishing

When we talk about traveling to upstate New York, with its fall foliage and shimmering lakes, the land above and beyond New York City is never called what it was known as for a thousand years—the homeland of the Haudenosaunee, ‘the people of the longhouse.’ The Haudenosaunee were a confederation of five (and later six) nations known to colonizers as “the Iroquois Confederacy"—the Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Cayuga, Oneida, and Tuscarora—who lost much of their land after the Revolutionary War.

Henley Passport Index: The World’s Most Powerful Passports In 2024 - forbes.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Norway - Eu - Austria - Denmark - Finland - France - Hungary - Italy - Luxembourg - Portugal - Sweden - Ireland - Israel - Japan - Britain - Canada - Singapore - city Singapore - South Korea - Afghanistan - Russia - Ukraine - Iraq - Syria
forbes.com
10.01.2024

Henley Passport Index: The World’s Most Powerful Passports In 2024

Over the last five years, the world has changed a lot. A global pandemic ground much of the global population to a halt with travel the most restricted it's ever been in my lifetime – and most likely yours too. Russia’s war on Ukraine and now Israel’s war on Hamas in Gaza are causing shockwaves around the world, reshaping the statuses of countries and the rights of their citizens.

The Best Hotels In London For Design Lovers - forbes.com - Britain - city London
forbes.com
09.01.2024

The Best Hotels In London For Design Lovers

Rather than a city with a single, unified style, London is a collection of distinct neighborhoods, each with their own unique character. One walk around the British capital and you’ll discover the distinction is marked by the architecture of each—from the pastel flat facades of Notting Hill to the stately, stark white townhouses of Kensington to the 19th century, industrial brick buildings of the South Bank.

TravelPulse Podcast: Recapping 2023, Looking Ahead to 2024 - travelpulse.com
travelpulse.com
09.01.2024

TravelPulse Podcast: Recapping 2023, Looking Ahead to 2024

Welcome back to another episode of the TravelPulse Podcast! 

Benedict Arnold's Lake Champlain Gunboat Is the Last Shipwreck of Its Kind - atlasobscura.com - Britain - Usa - New York - Canada - city New York - state Vermont - county Lake
atlasobscura.com
21.09.2023

Benedict Arnold's Lake Champlain Gunboat Is the Last Shipwreck of Its Kind

When the wooden gunboat Spitfire sailed into battle as part of a flotilla engaging British naval forces on Lake Champlain in 1776, she carried an unlikely crew: ragtag American soldiers with little naval experience, under the command of a swashbuckling patriot and hero, Brigadier General Benedict Arnold. Arnold, still years away from becoming the nation’s most infamous traitor, sacrificed several vessels in what would be called the Battle of Valcour Island, after one of the islands dotting the narrow, deep lake that stretches from Québec south along the New York-Vermont border. The clash ended in defeat for Arnold, but bought valuable time for the Continental Army.

War-traumatized Ukrainian bear to be adopted by Scottish zoo - edition.cnn.com - Belgium - Italy - Poland - Scotland - Russia - Ukraine
edition.cnn.com
15.09.2023

War-traumatized Ukrainian bear to be adopted by Scottish zoo

An Asiatic black bear, which endured severe trauma in a zoo in Russian-occupied Ukraine, is set to be adopted by a zoo in Scotland.

Historic war office used by Winston Churchill is transformed into luxury Raffles London hotel - edition.cnn.com - France - Britain - Usa - city London - Costa Rica - Singapore - India - Armenia
edition.cnn.com
15.09.2023

Historic war office used by Winston Churchill is transformed into luxury Raffles London hotel

It’s been hidden from public eyes for more than a hundred years. But in a few weeks time, the former Old War Office in London, Whitehall will finally open its doors after a multi-million-dollar transformation.

Raffles London to Open in Winston Churchill's Former War Office - skift.com - Britain - city London - county Winston
skift.com
08.09.2023

Raffles London to Open in Winston Churchill's Former War Office

Raffles London at The OWO is set to open in London on Friday 29th September, the first hotel in the UK for Raffles Hotels & Resorts.

Winston Churchill’s Old War Office Set to Open as Luxury Hotel - travelpulse.com - Britain - city London
travelpulse.com
05.09.2023

Winston Churchill’s Old War Office Set to Open as Luxury Hotel

There are many historical properties turned into luxury hotels.

Ethiopia’s Post-Civil War Tourism Challenges - skift.com - Britain - state California - state Alaska - Ethiopia
skift.com
25.08.2023

Ethiopia’s Post-Civil War Tourism Challenges

Good morning from Skift. It’s Monday, January 30. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Lessons From Ethiopia's Post-War Tourism Recovery - skift.com - Britain - Ethiopia - Eritrea
skift.com
25.08.2023

Lessons From Ethiopia's Post-War Tourism Recovery

Ethiopia’s tourism sector has been hit hard in the last two years by Covid and a brutal civil war, with spending down by more than $2 billion. The tourist sites and infrastructure have been spared, but the sector doesn’t have the confidence of governments, travelers and tour group operators that the conflict is over and the country is a safe destination.

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