Monthly Archives: August 2022

Travel: Dún Laoghaire and Dalkey – Ireland’s Little Italy by the Sea

Port of Dun Laoghaire. IN THE 15th century, the resident of Dalkey Castle greeted visitors by pouring boiling urine on them from the ramparts. These days, luckily, nearby Fitzpatrick Castle welcomes you with a cocktail. Well refreshed, I went to a potter’s around Dún Laoghaire and Dalkey, and what a …

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Man Utd target second ‘bad boy’ striker as PSG frontman added to Erik ten Hag’s shortlist | Soccer | sport

Manchester United are reportedly interested in a loan-to-buy deal for PSG bad boy Mauro Icardi, according to reports from his native Argentina. The Parc des Princes outcast has been told he is free to find a new club by manager Christophe Galtier as the Ligue 1 champions target a new …

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Tyson and John Fury go to The Mountain Gym in Iceland to confront him, he’s not there

Tyson Fury and his dad John flew to Iceland for an impromptu showdown with The Mountain – but unfortunately he’s in Italy. Look here : The 33-year-old posted videos on social media documenting the seemingly spontaneous trip with his father and promoter Spencer Brown. In his first video, he revealed …

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Michelin-starred chef, Alessio Pirozzi joins Torno Subito in Dubai as the new chef de cuisine

Michelin-starred restaurant Torno Subito is set to welcome a brand new chef de cuisine at W Dubai, The Palm’s hugely popular Italian dining destination. Gourmets, make way for the famous starred chef Alessio Pirozzi. This new appointment comes as current Torno Subito Chef de Cuisine, Bernardo Paladini, moves to Miami, …

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Natasha Khalid’s photos from her trip to Italy are going viral

Natasha Khalid’s photos from her trip to Italy are going viral Natasha Ali Lakhani is Noor Jehan’s granddaughter and makeup artist. She is a social media influencer who has shared jaw-dropping views on her personal and professional life. This time, she shared images and videos from her family’s trip to …

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Kenneth “Kenny” W. Knigga, 70, Dillsboro – Radio WRBI

Kenneth “Kenny” Wayne Knigga was born to Wilbur and Esther Scholle Knigga on August 14e, 1951. He grew up on the family farm on County Road 550 in Dillsboro, Indiana. Kenny graduated from South Ripley High School and attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. After earning a business degree, he …

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Giuliani still in conflict with Georgia prosecutors over Trump testimony

A dispute over Rudy Giuliani’s grand jury testimony centered on whether he could travel to Georgia. Giuliani said a medical procedure kept him from flying, but prosecutors cited travel receipts. Trump’s personal attorney denied buying plane tickets and said he ignores travel purchases. Loading Something is loading. Rudy Giuliani on …

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The original Orient Express has been transformed into a lavish luxury hotel – Robb Report

Who needs a five star hotel when you have the Orient Express? Some 140 years after the train’s first journey – it made its debut on October 2, 1883 – Accor has announced the opening of a new luxury hotel inside the original locomotive. The “dream on wheels” will consist …

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Rushed Rome asks ITA Airways bidders for better proposals

Italy has asked bidders vying for a majority stake in ITA Airways (AZ, Rome Fiumicino) to come up with better proposals as the government sees current bids as insufficient, the country’s economy and finance minister has said. , Daniele Franco, during a press conference. The two candidate consortia – MSC-Lufthansa …

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Monumental art for hotels and business centers

Whether it’s for luxury hotels or an outdoor installation for your business or a corporate lobby and parks, a monumentally sized sculpture is an exciting addition to any art collection. The imposing and majestic proportions of the monumental sculpture give a feeling of power and evoke admiration and the desire …

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Discoveries at Pompeii reveal the life of the lower and middle classes | Italy

A trunk with its lid left open, a wooden crockery cupboard and a three-legged side table topped with decorative bowls. They are among the latest findings from archaeologists that add to knowledge about middle-class life in Pompeii before the furious eruption of Mount Vesuvius buried the ancient Roman city in …

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Amsterdam Airport Leads Europe’s Air Travel Chaos

Due to staffing shortages and general travel demands, there has been a bit of chaos recently with air travel. The center of this chaos, according to travel analytics firm ForwardKeys, is Amsterdam, followed closely by the UK and then Sweden and Germany. From flight delays, canceled flights, lost luggage and …

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The Ranch to open wellness retreat in New York’s Hudson Valley: Travel Weekly

Wellness retreat specialist The Ranch is expanding to the East Coast and plans to open The Ranch Hudson Valley in New York City next summer. Located near Tuxedo Park, about a 45-minute drive from Manhattan, The Ranch Hudson Valley will be set in a historic estate dating back to 1902, …

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Villa Ducale offers boutique luxury in southern Italy – Travel Weekly

Perched atop the cliffs of the stunning Taormina Peninsula, Ducal Villa nods to a rich Sicilian history – it was once the owner’s family home Rosaria Quartucci who, together with her husband Andrea, decided to transform the old mansion into a hotel in the 90s. As soon as you arrive …

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What are some popular baby names associated with travel? View Lists

Baby Emma, ​​David or Elizabeth? Not for American parents Caitlin and Luke McNeal. Rather than naming their children after grandparents, biblical figures or the British monarchy, the couple chose the names of places that hold meaningful travel memories for them. “It was Kinsale when we lived in Ireland, and we …

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How to get better customer service from travel agencies

Comment this story Comment During the pandemic, travelers have enjoyed some of the best customer service in years. Hotels welcomed returning guests with rock bottom room rates. Airlines have eliminated unfavorable customer charges. Rental cars were cleaner than ever. But now, amid labor shortages and high inflation, the industry is …

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Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Nashik Unveils Dining Outlets, Hospitality News, ET HospitalityWorld

The Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Nashik unveiled its culinary masterpieces, from carefully curated menus to food pop-ups, distinctive restaurants have been carefully selected for a sought-after dining experience. The hotel has three different dining spaces, The Smoked Vine, the hotel’s multi-cuisine and interactive themed restaurant, The Tuscan Room, the …

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New Flightless Culinary Adventures: Three Slow and Sensual Journeys Through Spain and Italy

True travel enthusiasts want to make the most of their vacation while having the least environmental impact – or even contributing positively to the destinations they visit. Going abroad to enjoy a mindful itinerary is all well and good, but have you considered the impact of your transport choices? UK …

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Inter Milan TV Schedule

One of the most recognizable clubs in the world, Inter Milan are heavyweights in Italy’s Serie A, having won the league 19 times. Our Inter Milan TV schedule has all the details on when and where to see each Nerazzurri match. Inter clash in the Madonnina derby with his AC …

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‘Very deep’: Hundreds of photos of boarding schools found in Rome archives

By Kelly Geraldine Malone in Winnipeg Raymond Frogner says that when he found images of residential school students in the archives of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Rome, he knew he was looking at something important. “It had a very historic, very deep feeling,” the chief archivist of …

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This Five-Star Hotel in Venice, Italy Is Literally a Palace

San Clemente Palace Kempinski is an oasis of elegance and old-world style. Courtesy of Kempinski Hotels The resounding name of Kempinski carries impeccable credentials in the world of luxury hospitality. Kempinsky Hotels is in fact Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, having been established in Berlin in 1897. It now operates …

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