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Why Are Grapes Suddenly Everywhere? - nytimes.com - city Berlin - Italy - Sweden - New York - city London - city New York - county Queens - city Stockholm
nytimes.com
28.02.2024 / 12:27

Why Are Grapes Suddenly Everywhere?

Grapes have been associated with pleasure since ancient times, a symbol of Bacchus, the god of wine and revelry. These days, clusters of plummy Concords, oval autumn royals and dusky kyohos are decorating dinner tables, doubling as cornucopian decorations and low-effort snacks. “You can get a beautiful, imperfect drip and drape from grapes,” says the interior stylist Colin King, 35, who overflowed a marble urn with abundant mounds of them for the launch of his furniture collection, a collaboration with the Future Perfect, in New York this past fall. Although he uses green grapes for daytime parties, for evening events he prefers the “moody, sensual vibe” of dark varieties — like the attenuated, oblong moon drops that the artist Laila Gohar, 35, mixed with red globes and flames to form an edible monolith for the recent opening of the Essentiel Antwerp clothing store in New York. The chef Mina Stone, 42 — who runs Mina’s, the cafe at MoMA PS1 in Queens, and is a go-to caterer for art gallery dinners — favors Thomcords, a sweet, seedless hybrid she often serves with dessert to “provide heft and a colorful backdrop” for daintier confections. She also likes to roast grapes alongside seared duck breast. In London, the pastry chef Claire Ptak, the owner of Violet bakery, offers what she calls fragolina cupcakes, named for the fragola (Italian for “strawberry”) grapes that she cooks down, then purées and adds to the buttercream frosting. The fragolas “taste like a berryish Concord,” says Ptak, 49, who tops each cake with a small cluster of fruit. The frosted treats “transport you back to childhood when you take the first bite,” she says, “and then you realize they’re also very grown-up.” —

Turkey instead of Saint Tropez? Destination dupes could help you avoid the crowds in 2024 - euronews.com - Spain - France - Italy - Turkey - city Venice
euronews.com
28.02.2024 / 01:31

Turkey instead of Saint Tropez? Destination dupes could help you avoid the crowds in 2024

Travel experienced a boom in 2023, with visitor numbers in many hotspot destinations returning to pre-pandemic levels.

Why Norse Atlantic Will Be Flying To Nigeria This Summer - skift.com - Spain - Norway - Britain - Usa - New York - city London - China - city Orlando - county Dallas - state Florida - county Miami - India - Uae - Nigeria - city Lagos - county Worth - city Fort Worth, county Dallas
skift.com
28.02.2024 / 01:29

Why Norse Atlantic Will Be Flying To Nigeria This Summer

Norwegian low-cost airline Norse Atlantic is heading for Nigeria. The addition of the West African nation is unusual for the carrier, which usually flies from Europe to the United States and the Caribbean.

Adults, This Restful All-Inclusive in Mexico’s Riviera Maya Is for You - matadornetwork.com - Italy - Mexico
matadornetwork.com
26.02.2024 / 20:03

Adults, This Restful All-Inclusive in Mexico’s Riviera Maya Is for You

I’m scooped up by a golf cart and whisked along a palm-tree-lined pathway to Paradisus La Perla, an adults-only all-inclusive Meliá resort on the sandy shores of Playa del Carmen, Mexico. I’m taken to the inner sanctum of the Reserve members lounge for check-in, a perk for upgraded guests. I’m surrounded by marble flooring, wall art, and a welcome-snack area. Through the glass doors straight ahead, there’s a sweeping view of the main pool area. This is the start of a relaxing getaway that’s focused equally on wellness and adventure.

Exploring The Festivals Of Bhutan: What You Need To Know - forbes.com - China - Bhutan - India - region Tibet - city Thimphu
forbes.com
24.02.2024 / 02:59

Exploring The Festivals Of Bhutan: What You Need To Know

In the heart of the Himalayas lies a kingdom veiled in tradition and adorned with breathtaking landscapes of mountains and valleys. This is the Kingdom of Bhutan, often referred to as the Land of the Thunder Dragon. Nestled between India and China, this small yet extraordinary country captivates the hearts of travelers with its untouched beauty, vibrant culture, and deeply-rooted traditions. But perhaps what truly sets Bhutan apart are its festivals, where the country comes alive in a kaleidoscope of colors, dances, and ancient rituals.

3 cards have best-ever offers right now — which 1 should I choose? - thepointsguy.com - Italy - Usa
thepointsguy.com
23.02.2024 / 15:19

3 cards have best-ever offers right now — which 1 should I choose?

Throughout the years, I've opened travel credit cards that have offered lucrative welcome bonuses that I eventually redeemed for dream-worthy vacations. I've been able to fly worldwide with transferable credit card points using my Chase Sapphire Reserve and The Platinum Card® from American Express. (Hello, summer in Italy.)

What Can You Do With a 'Failed' Postmodern Utopia? - atlasobscura.com - Italy - state Texas
atlasobscura.com
22.02.2024 / 00:13

What Can You Do With a 'Failed' Postmodern Utopia?

The landscape around Route A29, which connects Palermo and Mazara del Vallo, is a travel-brochure version of rural Sicily: rolling hills dotted with barley fields, olive groves, and vineyards, and the occasional cluster of ancient ruins. Exit at Salemi, however, and follow the signs for Gibellina Nuova, and a surprise awaits. Like a postmodern version of Roman era city gates, there stands a 70-foot-tall steel sculpture of a five-pointed star by Sicilian sculptor Pietro Consagra. Porta del Belice (Door of Belice) or the Star of Belice marks the entrance to Gibellina Nuova, a town that hosts one of the largest collections of contemporary art in the world and a reputation as a failed art utopia or a surreal, postmodern ghost town.

The Hottest Travel Trends That Will Surprise You - forbes.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Austria - France - Italy - Poland - Portugal - Sweden - Switzerland - city Paris - Ireland - Japan - Britain - Usa - Canada - city Tokyo - Singapore
forbes.com
21.02.2024 / 22:41

The Hottest Travel Trends That Will Surprise You

This year more folks are prioritizing travel and newfangled experiences. We’re inspired by beloved television shows à la Emily in Paris to reexamine cities we’ve previously visited. Scoring tickets to see our favorite musical artists, like Taylor Swift, fortuitously opens up the prospect of flying to a different country. A rising wellness and longevity movement encourages travelers to seek alcohol-free vacations. Slower and more intentional travel—quality over quantity—is important and sustainability and eco-minded experiences are at the forefront.

Solos Launches an Epic Group Tour to New Zealand, Ready for 2025 - breakingtravelnews.com - Iceland - Norway - Croatia - New Zealand - Britain - Uzbekistan - county Park - Canada - county Island - Costa Rica - India - county Bay - county Rock
breakingtravelnews.com
21.02.2024 / 08:45

Solos Launches an Epic Group Tour to New Zealand, Ready for 2025

Home to epic landscapes, natural wonders, and Māori culture, New Zealand is a magnetic destination just begging for a solo adventure.

Want to maximise your annual leave? Here’s how to use public holidays to your advantage - euronews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Eu - Austria - Belgium - Croatia - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Greece - Hungary - Italy - Latvia - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Poland - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sweden - Switzerland - Ireland - Britain - Bulgaria - Romania
euronews.com
20.02.2024 / 02:11

Want to maximise your annual leave? Here’s how to use public holidays to your advantage

In the EU, all employees are entitled to a minimum of four weeks’ paid holiday per year.

Why Skift India Summit Should be on Every Travel Industry Professional’s Calendar Why Skift India Summit Should be on Every Travel Industry Professional’s Calendar - skift.com - India - city Delhi
skift.com
19.02.2024 / 23:21

Why Skift India Summit Should be on Every Travel Industry Professional’s Calendar Why Skift India Summit Should be on Every Travel Industry Professional’s Calendar

As the global travel landscape evolves, staying ahead of the curve is crucial for industry professionals. We are officially one month away from the inaugural Skift India Summit, set to take place in Delhi on March 19-20. 

Right to Rome: why spring is the best time to visit the Italian capital - theguardian.com - Netherlands - city European - Italy - Usa - city Rome - city Santa
theguardian.com
19.02.2024 / 10:17

Right to Rome: why spring is the best time to visit the Italian capital

Forget Paris in spring: Rome is both warmer and cooler in the first few months of the year. The locals are in their winter black rollneck jumpers, accessorised with equally noir-ish sunglasses. With an average of 17C by March, it’s warm enough to sit outside cafés and bars, but not hot enough to fall foul of the “no shorts” rule enforced in Rome’s oldest churches.

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