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Scams to avoid when booking a Black Friday vacation package

What else should travelers be aware of when booking a Black Friday travel deal? In addition to serious financial scams, holidaymakers should be wary of poor value or misleading offers during this week’s booking bonanza. The Civil Aviation Authority issued a statement ahead of Black Friday urging travelers to carefully …

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Gas prices in Rochester drop for the first time in weeks ahead of the Thanksgiving trip

ROCHESTER, NY – The average gasoline price in Rochester fell to $3.80 a gallon ahead of Thanksgiving week. Prices last week fell 2 cents after climbing for three straight weeks. Rochester has been on a downward trend in gasoline prices since mid-June, after prices hit an all-time high of $4.99 …

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The Bills prepare for an out-of-town flight for a ‘home’ game in Detroit

BUFFALO — Bills coach Sean McDermott did his best to keep things light amid heavy snow falling outside his window and disruption to Buffalo’s schedule – including forcing the team to play their game “at home” against Cleveland in Detroit on Sunday. “Yeah, I want to go once we can …

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Cruise deals galore: Why this year could be the year to spend the winter holidays on a ship

As cruise lines continue to slash fares to boost bookings, the holidays could be a great time to sail, with deals on upcoming 2022 voyages everywhere you look – some as low as $50 per person per night. Travel demand is swelling in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning …

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VN Archives: Jonathan Vaughters – What can we believe?

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the November 2012 issue of VeloNews. Former pro and team manager Jonathan Vaughters shared his perspective on the fallout from the USADA affair, and why he insisted fans and the media still …

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14 Reasons You’ll Love Viking’s Iconic Western Mediterranean Cruise

My husband Dean and I have never found cruising on large ships appealing; we prefer more intimate and personal travel experiences. In 1993, we took our first cruise along the Alaskan Inside Passage from Ketchikan to Juneau on a small ship of approximately 85 passengers. There was a long break …

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WorldPride is coming to Sydney in 2023 – Here’s how to plan your trip

Sydney, Australia is a dream destination for many LGBTQ travellers, thanks to its progressive outlook as well as its consistently pleasant weather, white sand beaches and vibrant local culture. The city’s annual gay and lesbian Mardi Gras parade and festival is legendary in queer circles. And that makes the announcement …

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How to Spend a Day in Monti, Rome’s Low-key, Local-Vibe Neighborhood

Sign up for Simon Calder’s free travel email for weekly expert advice and money-saving discounts Get Simon Calder’s travel email Our series of microguides are inspired by the slow travel movement, encouraging travelers to relax their pace and dive deep into a particular neighborhood of a beloved city. Rather than …

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This Italian coastal town has the charm of Portofino without the crowds

An upscale oasis for celebrities and jet-setters, Portofino stands out among the many places to visit on the Italian Riviera. Golfo Paradiso, a small stretch of the Ligurian coast in northern Italy, is home to some less famous and equally characterful gems. Italians and savvy international travelers have been quietly …

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Top five reasons to book a cruise on Royal Clipper

Star Clippers’ fleet of large clippers stand out in any port with their impressive silhouettes and classic yet modern design. The largest ship in the line, the 228 passenger Royal mower, turns heads wherever he sails and evokes the question: “is this a pirate ship?” It is not, in fact, …

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Best places to travel in 2023: National Geographic adds San Francisco to its ‘World’s Best 2023’ list

SAN FRANCISCO– National Geographic unveiled its “Best of the World 2023” list on Wednesday, and San Francisco was selected as one of 25 must-visit destinations for the coming year. Each year, NatGeo’s team of travel experts and international writers selects destinations and experiences that “leverage the benefits of tourism to …

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Vueling signs deal for Cirium Sky – a data package to improve airline operational performance

LONDON – This month, the Spanish airline Vueling, part of IAG (International Airlines Group), signed a historic agreement with Cirium, the aviation analysis company, to improve the operational efficiency of airlines aerials thanks to the Cirium Sky managed data warehouse and analysis solution. The multi-year agreement gives the airline access …

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Invasive pests can hide in firewood

October is one of the most popular times of year for camping in New York State, and experts say with this popular outdoor activity, it’s important for campers to know the risks of wood. of heating. While most are aware of the dangers of unattended or poorly maintained campfires to …

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These are the 8 best spas in the world right now

Share the article Last update 35 minutes ago As more countries open their doors and drop the last of their pandemic-related travel restrictions, travelers are flocking to destinations far from home for their much-needed relaxation rituals. Just in time, the World Spa Awards have released their annual list of the …

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Gothenburg City Guide: Your Weekend Sorted | Travel

gothenburg is the most satisfying type of short-lived city: big on action, small on effort. Between its photogenic old quarters, engaging museums and ambitious foodie scene, this unassuming port has plenty to see and do, but not so much that you’ll get into sightseeing overload. Instead, enjoy these urban highlights …

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Passaparola – issue 2 – GOV.UK

Dear British Citizens, I wanted to be in touch to update you on our activities here at the Embassy since my last newsletter in July – and to let you know where things stand on a number of issues, including driver’s licenses. Since the last time I wrote to you, …

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This city in Italy will cover your travel expenses

As if the big cities of Italy such as Rome, Venice and Milan weren’t enough, you have to go to the northeast region called Friuli Venezia Giulia. Once you arrive in Italy, you take a train to one of their provinces and you will be reimbursed. This area has everything …

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The new face of travel

After years of pandemic-restricted travel around the world, travel is back with a vengeance. The past three months have been the busiest in two years, says Michelle Rheinberger of boutique travel company Adventum Travel. Talking about the latest episode of Have a nice weekend talksRheinberger says travel traffic is flowing …

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Tia Mowry Partners with Marriott Bonvoy® for Pinterest Boundet Bucket List Contest

The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card recently announced the launch of the Boundless Bucket List contest, in collaboration with Pinterest. The contest, organized by Chase and Marriott Bonvoy, invites travelers to create their Boundless Bucket List and enter for a chance to win the trip of their dreams. Three lucky …

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Need a travel partner? Bring your dog! 15 travel tips for pet owners

Here are 15 travel tips for pet owners who need a travel partner. If you are planning to go somewhere, but don’t want to go alone, bring your dog. If you’re expecting someone to travel with, bring your dog! Don’t wait for them to agree to that long-awaited baecation, go …

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Live Updates: German Recession Fears Send Business Confidence to Low in 28 Months

On Monday, we’ll look at the fallout from Italy’s rightward turn after the end of a dismal election campaign. The Financial Times started early with a great read on what a far-right administration means for the rest of Europe. We also have elections in Latvia, Bulgaria, Kuwait and Bosnia and …

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Fact check: Millions of human skulls, bones and skeletons adorn the Vatican catacombs.

Photos that claim so are of various Bone Chapels across Portugal and even a monastery crypt in Rome. They have nothing to do with the Vatican. The context: Several photos of walls adorned with skulls, bones and even human skeletons are being shared online to claim they show the catacombs …

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4 destinations affected by mass tourism that travelers need to know

Share the article Last update 4 minutes ago Mass tourism is now a serious problem affecting four of the world’s top destinations. While some cities may see the influx of dollars as a good thing, especially after two years of Covid, others fear that overdevelopment, and especially the accompanying crowds, …

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How do Roma fans spend their time?

On July 27, 2022, over 10,000 Roma fans came out to show their support for their newest signing, Paulo Dybala. This massive gesture further cemented their position as one of the largest and most entertaining fanbases in the world. There are many other reasons why Roma supporters stand out, but …

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Rome Wine Bars to Visit Now

Once my daughter decided that going to college in Rome sounded more appealing than spending four years in the wilderness of upstate New York or elsewhere, I started visiting the most major city in Italy. Not as a tourist; the Trevi Fountain with its zombies following the flag of the …

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Business travel will make a comeback this fall as new travel patterns emerge

Business travel, indicating conferences and internal travel to bring teams together, is expected to increase this fall, the latest analysis from Trip Actions revealed. According to Business Travel News, global travel bookings analyzed from September 1 to November 19 are almost six times higher than in 2021, reports SchengenVisaInfo.com. Trip …

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Donald Keene’s Japan (Pt. 14): Travel to Continental Europe en route to Cambridge University

Donald Keene, left, is seen on a trip to the Netherlands around 1948, where he researched the country’s long relationship with Japan. (Provided by the Donald Keene Memorial Foundation) TOKYO – After World War II, Donald Keene returned to his alma mater Columbia …

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What makes the Konkan petroglyphs so unique?

When we talk about rock art in India, we mainly think of cave temples, Bhimbetka cave paintings and engravings found on excavated objects. It is time to add more things to the list of rock art in India. For example, Konkan geoglyphs or petroglyphs. The initial discovery of these sites …

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How to sign up for an uncrowded Vatican Museums tour

Gianni Crea, Principal Keeper of the Keys, Vatican Museums — Photo courtesy of © Copyright – Governatorato SCV – Direzione dei Musei. With over 5 million visitors each year, the Vatican is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. For this reason, it is also one of …

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Pope Francis will travel with ITA Airways to Nursultan

Özgür Töre September 05, 2022 Pope Francis will travel with ITA Airways for his next papal flight on September 13 at 7:15 a.m. from Rome Fiumicino to Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport (Kazakistan). The flight will be operated on an Airbus A330 with the new blue livery and for the second …

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Italian adventures: the best places to see on a whirlwind trip to Naples

Vespas reign supreme in the narrow streets of the city’s old quarter. Photo/Getty Images A two-day trip is just long enough to take in the sights and sample the gastronomic delights of bustling Naples, writes Brett Atkinson. Day 1 9 am Unwind from a Neapolitan day with a coffee at …

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A sunken Roman village rises from the depths of Galicia, Spain

A “ghost” Roman village has been discovered almost 2000 years after it disappeared under water. The ancient city was submerged under a reservoir on the Lima River in northwestern Spain for centuries before the miraculous discovery. Dating back to around AD 75, the ruins are believed to be a Roman …

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Gas prices in Rochester continue to drop as Labor Day weekend approaches

ROCHESTER, NY (WHEC) – Gasoline prices in Rochester fell 10 cents this week, continuing the national trend of lower gasoline prices over Labor Day weekend. Gas prices for Labor Day in the state and nation will be much cheaper than Memorial Day weekend prices. Rochester prices have fallen between 7 …

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Emotions at the end of August in Rome

This morning, Volente deodorant and despite United Airlines, your correspondent is more or less on his feet, quirky but alert, in Rome. It’s a strange time to be here. Ferragostó (named after the August Feast of the Assumption) is Italian holiday time. Virtually everyone is away and many shops, pharmacies …

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City approves indoor shooting range and micro apartments | Company

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What Happened When I Said Yes to Everything on a Cruise | Travel

On a two-week Baltic cruise with the new British Line Ambassador, I took on more things than I had taken in the 30 years before D-Day: I took courses in line dancing and Welsh; I took a hit to my ego when I joined the ship’s chorus and its leader …

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Asia’s tourist destinations struggle to come back to life

Huoch Yen worked hard to become a tour guide at the famous temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. It took the 43-year-old three attempts to pass a license test to guide Spanish-speaking tourists in Siem Reap, where the famous landmarks are, not to mention years of studying the language. When …

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Storylines’ New Residential Cruise Ship Offers Full-Time Sailing

Even the most adventurous travelers may feel like sleeping in their own bed after a while. But Alister Punton, co-founder and CEO of Storylines, which will launch its first residential cruise ship in 2024 from Croatia, has a solution for that. “Well, you take your house with you,” Punton told …

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Korean Air will resume routes to Barcelona and Rome next month

korean air IATA/ICAO code: KE/KAL Airline type: Full service carrier Hub(s): Incheon International Airport Year of foundation: 1969 Alliance: SkyTeam CEO: Walter Cho Country: South Korea Korean Air will resume flights to Rome and Barcelona next month after being forced to suspend those routes in March 2020 due to the …

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Travel news: Focus on the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777-9X

Editor’s note — Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. Get news on when destinations open and close, inspiration for future adventures, plus the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. (CNN) — A travel agency is urging travelers to visit …

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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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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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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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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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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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‘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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Pope Francis, back from Canada, says retirement is a ‘normal option’

Comment this story Comment ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE – The trip, Pope Francis said, was a “test” – first a 10-hour flight across the Atlantic and an eight-hour time change, followed by nine speeches in five different locations in Canada. That was a lot for an 85-year-old pope with a …

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From Barcelona to Paris to Rome, pickpockets welcome returning tourists

Despite COVID-19, travelers are returning to popular sites like Rome’s Trevi Fountain, the … [+] Eiffel Tower and Las Ramblas in Barcelona. Unfortunately, pickpockets too. digital loft Travel could finally return to normal, with tourists talking more about the scourge of pickpockets than the pandemic. Like COVID-19, pickpockets like tight …

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Revenge trip with Celebrity Beyond

During a small dinner with friends at the residence of television director Law Tan three months ago, cruise connoisseur and globetrotter Keren Pascual asked if we would be interested in joining him on the Celebrity Beyond cruise. He explained that it was the newest cruise line and had just opened …

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Travel to Italy: why Milan is a magnet for foodies, fashionistas and football fans

The majestic Piazza del Duomo, Milan’s iconic main square. Photo/Getty Images Head to Milan for a fascinating mix of history, architecture, fashion and creativity, writes Brett Atkinson. What to see: Construction of Milan Cathedral (also known as Duomo di Milano) began in 1387, and the building’s final touches were not …

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Russell Crowe cops react to Sistine Chapel private tour – Travel Weekly

Russell Crowe is suppressing online backlash after posting photos of a private Sistine Chapel tour on Twitter. The Australian actor, who played Maximus in Gladiator, kept fans up to date on his travels through Italy via a series of photos and jokes posted on his Twitter. As you can imagine, …

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“A one-hour layover isn’t enough anymore”: a flight attendant’s advice for surviving a trip now

n two decades of flying, things have never been more stressful than they are now, says a cabin insider. His advice from 30,000 feet to avoid aerial chaos this summer. [Hannah Agosta/The New York Times] Twenty years ago, when my life was at a crossroads, I applied to all the …

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African Swine Fever: Wild Boars Roaming Rome Must Be Killed, Officials Say

Comment this story Comment ROME — Wild boars have emerged as a force of chaos in the Italian capital over the past decade, feasting on trash, disrupting traffic and encroaching on the Vatican. They are seen as symbols of urban decay by some or just plain cute piglets by others. …

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State Route 825 Rome Bridge Closed

The New York State Department of Transportation is issuing a travel advisory for next week. After rush hour Monday, improvements are being made to the State Route 825 bridge in Oneida County. Effective 6:00 p.m. on July 18, 2022, the State Route 825 bridge over State Route 365 in Rome, …

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What is the impact of the parity of the euro with the dollar?

EXPLANATION : The euro is near parity with the US dollar, falling to its lowest level in 20 years and even briefly touching a one-to-one exchange rate with the US currency this week. It is a psychological barrier in the markets. But psychology matters, and what the euro’s decline underlines …

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Discover the world through Morandi’s masterpieces

For those who want to understand a master, there’s perhaps no better chance than the “Giorgio Morandi” exhibition running at the Shanghai Jiushi Art Museum until October 9. Organized by the Italian Cultural Institute, the exhibition is the first comprehensive review of the Bolognese master in China. It presents 51 …

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Departure time in Tuscany | Travel

In 2008, my beloved grandfather passed away, leaving me a set of golf clubs he had carefully collected since he started playing in the 1950s. During childhood visits to his bungalow in Bognor Regis, we spent hours together at the local putting green, but I, 29, was baffled by the …

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4 best European hotels to book with points

Why pay hundreds or even thousands per night at the best hotels in Europe, when you can book directly with a reasonable number of points? Share this article AFAR partners with CreditCards.com and may receive commission from card issuers. This site does not include all financial companies or all available …

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Italy travel guide: Everything you need to know before you go

Italy has it all. The Big Boot concentrates some of Europe’s most beautiful landscapes, islands, beaches and lakes, mountains and vine-covered hills, and adorns them all with more art and architecture than anywhere on Earth. the planet. You can go back every year and never see it all. Because Italy …

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Delta hosts pizza party for passengers after flight to Rome canceled

If your flight was cancelled, would a pizza night make up for it? A viral TikTok shows Delta Air Lines did just that when a flight from Boston to Rome was cancelled. Elizabeth Ochoa posted a video of the airline serving stacks of slices from Nick’s Place, a pizzeria in …

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Big Ten votes to add USC, UCLA as members starting in 2024

In a startling and seismic shift in college athletics, the Big Ten voted Thursday to add Southern California and UCLA as conference members beginning in 2024. The 16-team expansion will occur after current Pac-12 media rights contracts with Fox and ESPN expire and will make the Big Ten the first …

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Rome Health partners with SOS to offer hip and knee care in Rome

Stephen P. Bogosian ROME – Those in need of hip and knee care in the Mohawk Valley may not have to travel as far to find a doctor thanks to a new collaboration between Rome Health and Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) . Rome Health recently announced that a …

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Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours Announces Athens Sightseeing Routes

London, June 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — London, England – Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours has announced its Athens Hop On Hop Off tours, available to visitors to the Greek capital who want to see the sights without getting bogged down in the details of planning and researching what …

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Gattinoni Business Travel ATPI | European Business Travel News

COMPANY PROFILE Key people Franco Gattinoni, President Gattinoni TravelEros Candilotti, Commercial Director, Gattinoni Business TravelMichela Bellomo, Business Travel Manager, Gattinoni Business TravelIan Sinderson, ATPI Managing DirectorAdam Knights, Managing Director UK, Europe and Middle EastJohn Nixon, Global Director of Operations Main sectors of activity Banking and finance, agro-food, FMCG, automotive, pharmaceutical, …

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From hidden coves to nature reserves, Italy has the most beautiful beaches in Europe

From endless stretches of white sand to dramatic cliffs, Italy has the right beach for everyone. But with over 7,500km of coastline to explore, it can be hard to know where to start. If you’re paralyzed by your choices, fear not: new analysis from Premier Inn has revealed key trends …

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Analysis: Europe’s Summer of Discontent Reveals Travel Jobs Crisis

AMSTERDAM/PARIS/DOHA, June 19 (Reuters) – After 21 years as a service agent at Air France (AIRF.PA), Karim Djeffal quit his job during the COVID-19 pandemic to set up his own job-coaching advice. “If it doesn’t work, I won’t go back to the aviation business,” the 41-year-old says bluntly. “Some shifts …

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CAAC to increase scheduled international travel flights after two years of COVID restrictions

A China Southern Airlines flight Photo: Courtesy of China Southern Airlines The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said on Friday it was negotiating with some countries to gradually and steadily increase scheduled international passenger flights to meet personnel exchange needs. The remarks came in response to questions posed at …

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Why should you rent a travel coach

Placeholder while loading article actions When Vera Russo decided to visit Italy this summer, she didn’t go online to book a plane ticket or call a travel agent. Instead, like a growing number of Americans, she contacted a travel coach. “I didn’t want to be in Rome or Milan or …

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Italian tourists are back, but so is the damage to historical monuments

Local police tell a family of tourists with their lunch to stay away from St. Mark’s Square, … [+] Venice. (Photo by Stefano Mazzola/Awakening/Getty Images) Getty Images While the Italian tourism sector welcomes the return of visitors, the behavior of some holidaymakers is less welcome. As the summer season kicks …

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Matteo Salvini defends his Russian-funded trip to Moscow | Matteo Salvini

Matteo Salvini has defended himself after the Russian embassy in Italy revealed it had funded the far-right League leader’s planned trip to Moscow last month. Salvini had intended to travel to the Russian capital on May 29 for what he called a “peace mission”, but the trip was suspended after …

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American Airlines flight to CLT turns around over ocean

An American Airlines flight from Rome to CLT has been pushed back to Europe after possible mechanical problems. Adam Bell [email protected] Shortly after flying over the Atlantic Ocean from Europe on Friday morning, an American Airlines plane bound for Charlotte turned around due to possible mechanical problems, the airline confirmed …

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Italian strikes add to air travel chaos as Ryanair, easyJet and Jet2 ground flights

Airline passengers face further widespread disruption on Wednesday with industrial action in Italy adding to dozens of cancellations expected. British Airways has grounded 122 short-haul domestic and European routes from its main base at London Heathrow. Many were canceled with weeks’ notice, but some passengers to and from Milan received …

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Pope Francis’ latest plans fuel resignation rumors | Pope Francis

Rumors that have been circulating since early May that Pope Francis may be retiring have been fueled by the announcement that he will attend a party initiated by a 13th-century pope who himself resigned. Speculation that the 85-year-old could follow in the footsteps of his predecessor Benedict XVI and step …

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Summer collides with ‘100 deadliest days’ for teen drivers

UTICA — Nationwide, 7,124 people died in crashes involving teen drivers from 2011 to 2020 during the “100 Deadliest Days,” the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The combination of school holidays and the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions could prove deadly as teenagers hit the road this summer. The …

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5 Reasons You Need to Experience Secret Food Tours in Rome

For over a decade we have been doing food tours when we travel to new cities. We found them to be a great way to learn about both the food and the culture. Immediately after booking our hotel and plane ticket to Rome, I knew my next step was to …

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8 Simple Ways for Travel Advisors to Engage in Responsible Travel

Fight against global warming. Enriching local communities in countries around the world. Leaving the places we visit better than we found them. All lofty goals, but also, often, overwhelming. And yet, travelers — and by extension, the travel advisors who work with them — have a responsibility to not only …

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Mid-term travel latest: Chaos at airports continues as easyJet and British Airways cancel flights

British holidaymakers hoping to take off this week are facing continued travel disruption across the UK. After preemptively cutting 240 flights over the weekend, easyJet canceled two more services at the last minute from Gatwick this morning. The grounding of dawn flights to Seville and Rome by the low-cost carrier …

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Pilgrimage of peace, hope and closeness of the Pope with the DRC and South Sudan

The official program of the 37th apostolic visit of Pope Francis, which takes him to the Democratic Republic of Congo from July 2 to 7, has been made public. By Salvatore Cernuzio Two nations, three cities, eight speeches, three homilies, meetings with civil and ecclesial authorities, young people, displaced persons …

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Europa Conference League winners Roma return to Rome in an open-top bus

The Rome party continues after Wednesday night’s victory in Tirana. The AS Roma side who beat Feyenoord 1-0 to claim the UEFA Europa Conference League title last night will be rolling through the streets of Rome in an open-top bus on Thursday afternoon. Two buses are due to arrive from …

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