Monthly Archives: June 2021

The 15 Best Beach Hotels in California in 2021

Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica The Fairmont Miramar is across the street from famous Santa Monica Beach where butlers await your every need. Booking.com Book Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows Category: Luxury Location: Santa Monica, Los Angeles Typical start / peak prices: $ 374 / $ 536 …

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Top 10 destinations to visit in Italy this summer

Share the article Last update 10 minutes ago The European Union recently opened its borders to Americans just in time for summer vacation. One country Americans will flock to is wonderful Italy. Each region of this breathtaking country has something unique to offer in terms of cuisine, history, architecture and …

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Insight Vacations announces more than 100 final departures

Insight Vacations has announced more than 100 final departures of trips across Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean. As a sign of a return to normal travel, customers can count on several definitive departures scheduled with the tour operator until October. THE ADVERTISEMENT In fashion now “With the announcement of the …

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Alone in Rome’s new temporary ruins

ROME – The most enduring images of this city after the cataclysm were printed just over 250 years ago, by the artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi. His “Ruins of Rome” engravings depict landmarks like the Pantheon and Castel Sant’Angelo, but his most famous images show rubble-strewn gardens and crumbling bridges, and …

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Rome extends Torlonia marble show until 2022

Tourists coming to Rome have an additional six months to see the legendary Torlonia Marbles. Rome’s Torlonia Marbles exhibition has been extended until January 9, 2022, organizers announced today, just days before the successful show ends. The Torlonia Marbles: Collecting Masterpieces, one of Italy’s most anticipated exhibitions in living memory, …

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“Hotels on rails” sleeper trains arrive in Europe

While the United States may not have just one good rail system across the country, Europe has another travel option – overnight sleeper trains. Midnight Trains will be a “hotel on rails” with a launch slated for 2024, The Guardian reported. The French start-up has announced its intention to create …

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Barsottis found the promised land

Courtesy of Madera County Historical Society Ida Barsotti (Nicoletti), Jose Barsotti and Evalina Barsotti (Alessini) are pictured here standing from the left, circa 1910. On the donkey are Freda Barsotti (Cappelluti), Anne Barsotti (Grattone) and Albert Barsotti. The men are boarders at the Barsotti hotel. At the turn of the …

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Travel News: Spanish Hotels Take Legal Action Against Booking.com ‘Abusive’ Practices Travel News | Trip

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the apparent good relationship between Spanish hospitality and Booking.com has exploded. The disagreements started when the OTA decided to allow customers to cancel non-refundable reservations free of charge without checking with hoteliers. The Association of Hotel Companies of Madrid has now decided to …

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Hotel Management Tools Market Size and Forecast to 2027

the Hotel management tools market Intelligence study is a collection of authentic information and in-depth analysis of data, taking into account market trends, growth prospects, emerging sectors, challenges and drivers that can help investors and stakeholders. to identify the most beneficial approaches for the contemporary. and the potential market landscape. …

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The Italian state with the coronavirus: update

A tourist takes photos of Saint Mark’s Basilica in Venice on June 03, 2021. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / … [+] AFP) (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images Italy’s Health Minister Roberto Speranza last week introduced a 5-day quarantine for travelers from the …

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How Milan is reinventing itself as a cycling city

On paper, Milan is a cyclist’s dream. Flatter than a margherita pizza, with wide, well-paved roads, its compact center stretches only 15 km from top to bottom. In a few minutes, two wheels will take you from the city’s spectacular Gothic Duomo to the bar-lined canals of the Navigli district. …

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EU recommends opening up to Americans to save summer

BRUSSELS – The European Union on Friday recommended that its member states lift the ban on non-essential travel for visitors from the United States, a move that will certainly be welcomed by Americans keen to visit the continent after more than a year of strict restrictions. The recommendation is non-binding …

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Travelers care but few want to pay for it

Polls indicate that a silver lining to the pandemic is increased consumer commitment to “sustainable” travel. But as vaccinations increase travel prospects, hopes of a “green” recovery may have been overstated. Sustainable travel has grown in popularity in recent years as people have tried to mitigate the negative effects of …

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