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A United passenger fought with his girlfriend, threatened to 'mess up the plane,' and forced a diversion. Now he must pay $20,000. - insider.com - Spain - Britain - Usa - city London - state Maine - city Newark
insider.com
29.04.2024 / 16:51

A United passenger fought with his girlfriend, threatened to 'mess up the plane,' and forced a diversion. Now he must pay $20,000.

A United Airlines passenger has been ordered to pay the carrier more than $20,000 after forcing a flight to divert.

In Santa Fe, There's Plenty of Indigenous Art and Fashion to See - cntraveler.com - Spain - Los Angeles - Usa - state Arizona - India - Santa Fe - state New Mexico - city Santa Fe
cntraveler.com
29.04.2024 / 11:17

In Santa Fe, There's Plenty of Indigenous Art and Fashion to See

The creations of Arizona-born Orlando Dugi, a member of the Diné Nation, are nothing if not dramatic: gowns glittering with delicate beadwork, silks embroidered with symbolic flora and fauna. Some have been exhibited at places like the Denver Art Museum and the Autry Museum of the American West in Los Angeles. While his imagination is fueled by his upbringing—days spent watching his grandmother sew and nights stargazing at his family's sheep ranch—Dugi also finds inspiration in Santa Fe, which he's called home since 2010. “All the tribal, colonial, and Spanish history—it's all here,” he says. “It's very small, but it's also pretty international.” New Mexico's capital city is set to draw a global audience as host of the inaugural Santa Fe Native Fashion Week, the first of its kind in the country, held from May 2 to 5, where Dugi will present highlights from his mens- and womenswear collections. When he's not designing, he enjoys connecting with Indigenous culture on the ancestral lands of the Tewa people—or kicking back with a margarita.

Broadway’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ Star Samantha Pauly Shares Her New York Loves - forbes.com - Netherlands - New York - city New York - Jordan - county Baker - county Scott
forbes.com
26.04.2024 / 22:05

Broadway’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ Star Samantha Pauly Shares Her New York Loves

Actress Samantha Pauly is starring as Jordan Baker in the hot new Broadway musical “The Great Gatsby,” based on the famous F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. The show opened April 25th.

Swiss Bliss: Get High On Summer Tranquility And Thrills In Switzerland - forbes.com - France - Switzerland
forbes.com
26.04.2024 / 18:15

Swiss Bliss: Get High On Summer Tranquility And Thrills In Switzerland

Thinking about travel to Europe this summer? I’ll whisper this two-word, game-changing suggestion in your ear: Swiss Bliss. Switzerland is a spectacular vacation escape, promising plentiful pampering, playful diversions, culture (music festivals, art experiences, unique museums—from sports to science, film to food) and stellar gastronomy. Taste Chasselas wine; its white grapes are grown in the terraced Lavaux vineyards along the south-facing northern shores of Lake Geneva, where vintners produce artisanal batches that are rarely exported, so 98 percent of their singular sips can only be savored within the country. Discover abundant natural beauty and peaceful hideaways. Hike Alpine mountains. Swim in glistening lakes. Picnic amid wildflower meadows. For high-speed outings, ample opportunities abound: boating, road cycling, mountain biking, paragliding, skydiving and white-water rafting. Transportation within this tidy nation, especially via its SBB trains, is smooth and swift, accessing scores of destinations. (For itinerary details and surprising delights: My Switzerland Tourism.) Internationally renowned for training extraordinary hoteliers, hospitality is a revered profession, which adds smiles to your stay. Choose from a wide variety of accommodations—campgrounds to chalets to castles. If your vacay preference tends toward one-of-a-kind, five-star hotels, this article shines on three favorites, which are among French entrepreneur and winemaker Michel Reybier’s impressive collection of wellness-promoting properties.

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Is the Place to Go for Inventive Pastries and Fresh Bread - nytimes.com - Poland - New York - city New York - city Manhattan
nytimes.com
25.04.2024 / 14:37

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Is the Place to Go for Inventive Pastries and Fresh Bread

Next month, Nick Ozemba and Felicia Hung, the co-founders of the Brooklyn-based design studio In Common With, plan to open Quarters, a shop housed in a 19th-century TriBeCa loft. The 8,000-square-foot space is laid out like a well-appointed home: Guests enter through the library and can wander the great room, bedroom, dining room, kitchen, bar and lounge at their leisure. Everything within — furniture, lighting, art and even the pantry provisions — is available for purchase. Ozemba and Hung collaborated with several of their creative friends on the objects and décor that fill the space. They designed the tiling throughout with the New York City-based artist Shane Gabler, while a fresco depicting eels with earrings by the painter Claudio Bonuglia adorns a portion of the bar and lounge, which will open for evening service beginning this summer. The furniture on display is a mix of restored vintage pieces and new designs by Ozemba and Hung, some of which can be customized with imagery drawn up by various tattoo artists. “We’ll be able to sit down with people and play,” Ozemba says of the space’s potential to spur conversation and inspire new projects. “Retail shouldn’t be so serious. Take off your shoes and have a glass of wine.”

This U.S. Airline Has the Most Delays and Cancellations, Study Shows - travelandleisure.com - France - Usa - state Alaska - county Frontier
travelandleisure.com
23.04.2024 / 18:29

This U.S. Airline Has the Most Delays and Cancellations, Study Shows

There’s nothing more annoying than waiting at the airport for a delayed flight, and that’s more likely to happen with some airlines than others.

New Schengen Visa Rules for Indian Visitors: Key Questions Answered - skift.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Iceland - Norway - Eu - Austria - Belgium - Croatia - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Greece - Hungary - Italy - Latvia - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Poland - Portugal - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sweden - Switzerland - India - Bulgaria - Romania
skift.com
23.04.2024 / 16:51

New Schengen Visa Rules for Indian Visitors: Key Questions Answered

The European Commission has introduced a new visa “cascade” regime for Indian nationals applying for Schengen visas in India. This regime looks to offer longer-term, multi-entry Schengen visas, based on the applicant’s travel history.

5 New Multigenerational Trips From Backroads - forbes.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Belgium - Croatia - Slovenia - Usa - Scotland - city Santiago - city Brussels
forbes.com
23.04.2024 / 07:28

5 New Multigenerational Trips From Backroads

Backroads, a longtime leader in adventure travel, has made its reputation by catering to changing traveler needs and shifting demographics. In 2024, that means focusing on the increasing number of multigenerational families eager to travel together.

Local Bites: the best places to eat and drink in Los Angeles - lonelyplanet.com - Los Angeles - France - New York - city Los Angeles - Peru - India - Thailand - Malaysia - city Santa Monica - county Highland - Armenia - county Coffee
lonelyplanet.com
23.04.2024 / 06:23

Local Bites: the best places to eat and drink in Los Angeles

At the risk of sounding like a culinary simpleton, I’ve always been a fan of buffets.

Greece Announces New Plan to Protect Some of Its Pristine Beaches - nytimes.com - Greece
nytimes.com
22.04.2024 / 06:57

Greece Announces New Plan to Protect Some of Its Pristine Beaches

The Greek government on Friday published a list of 198 “untrodden beaches” that it said are now off limits to bars, restaurants and large public gatherings in its latest attempt to contain development and address the backlash to the throngs of tourists that descend on the country’s coastlines each year.

These are the world's 10 best airports for 2024, according to passengers. None are in the US. - insider.com - Germany - France - Switzerland - Japan - Usa - Canada - city New York - state New Jersey - city Seattle - city Newark, county Liberty - county Liberty - Turkey - Singapore - city Singapore - South Korea - Qatar - city Houston - city Tacoma - Uae - city Doha
insider.com
20.04.2024 / 03:48

These are the world's 10 best airports for 2024, according to passengers. None are in the US.

In its 25th year of judging airports based on passenger surveys, the aviation ranking website Stytrax revealed on Thursday the world's best airports for 2024.

Amsterdam Bans New Hotels - skift.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - India
skift.com
19.04.2024 / 09:19

Amsterdam Bans New Hotels

Good morning from Skift. It’s Friday, April 19. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

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