What the famous Italian hermit did next

Silvia Marchetti, CNN For almost 33 years he lived a hermit life on a beautiful island in the Mediterranean, where he was the only inhabitant. Mauro Morandi, known as the Italian Robinson Crusoe after developing a loyal following online, was the keeper of the Sardinian island of Budelli, embracing the …

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Wolves travel to face Shorter | Sports

It’s a short road trip for the 14th-ranked West Georgia Wolves football team this Saturday as the UWG heads to Rome to face the Shorter Hawks in Gulf South Conference at 1pm. Although this is a short trip, it is still a road game in the GSC, and Wolves (3-0, …

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JoAnne Ketchum Tuesdays – The Oxford Eagle

JoAnne Ketchum Mardis began life on Rufus Ketchum and Mildred Shelton Ketchum’s farm on March 2, 1948, in Tippah County, Mississippi. Like most farm children of her day, she milked cows, raised pigs, cut and picked cotton, and learned to drive a tractor. After graduating from high school and tired …

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Spezia vs AC Milan: Key battles and predictions

AC Milan face Spezia tomorrow afternoon after the 2-0 San Siro midweek victory over Venezia. Milan struggled with Spezia last season in both games with the defensive wall and we came away with a 3-0 win and a 2-0 loss. Here are some key battles to watch out for during …

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A promising winter for European ski resorts

Matterhorn at sunrise, Cerium-faintly, Valais, Switzerland, Matterhorn im Sonnenaufgang, Zermatt, … [+] Wallis, Switzerland. (Photo by: Bildagentur-online / Universal Images Group via Getty Images) Bildagentur-online / Universal Images Group via Getty Images For American skiers and snowboarders looking forward to their annual ski trip to Switzerland, Austria, Italy or France, …

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The themed hotel market will experience breathtaking growth

Theme hotel market Advance Market Analytics has released a new research publication on “Theme Hotel Market Insights, to 2026” with 232 pages and enriched with self-explanatory tables and charts in a presentable format. In the study, you will find new trends, drivers, restraints and evolving opportunities generated by targeting stakeholders …

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Does Italy impose COVID passes for all workers?

The rules regarding COVID-19 vaccinations and their implications for people’s lives have sparked debate around the world. Requirement In the midst of these discussions, an alleged Italian plan for COVID passes linked to vaccination status sparked an online conversation. Some social media users, who questioned the impact on freedoms, said …

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“Italy, the view is extraordinary”

A player who marked the history of golf made a stopover in Italy in recent days. Gary Player visited the Antognolla golf course in Perugia and was pleasantly satisfied. Born in 1935, Gary Player is one of the giants of golf, with more than 160 career successes and nine majors …

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12 bits of positive news

There are 12 good reasons to be optimistic in the travel world right now. Photo: iStock I understand. It’s sadness there. Even if you aren’t locked in right now, the travel world isn’t exactly filled with positivity. Many state borders remain closed in Australia; the ban on travel abroad is …

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Bankrupt airline Alitalia is about to disappear

Bankrupt Italian national airline Alitalia has asked passengers to bring only one piece of hand luggage when traveling, given intensifying strikes and union protests disrupting services ahead of the planned demise from the airline on October 14. In a series of tweets, Alitalia apologized to its customers and blamed the …

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Waterfront Cebu Launches City’s First Hotel Drive-Thru Site

SINCE the start of the pandemic, various establishments and industries, including restaurants, cafes and other food outlets, have been severely affected. Most of them have been forced to close or cease their activities. However, with the resurgence of the steering wheel control system, establishments have found a whole new lease …

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Richard “Ricky” Allen Rhinehart, Jr., 62, from Rome

Richard “Ricky” Allen Rhinehart, Jr., 62, of Rome, GA, died Thursday, September 16, 2021 at a local hospital. Richard was born in Rome, Georgia on May 4, 1959, the son of the late Richard Allen Rhinehart, Sr. and the late Margaret Williams Rhinehart. Ricky loved traveling with Jan to their …

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Underwater Hotel Market 2021 Growing Demand, Growth Analysis, and Strategic Outlook -2026

The Global Underwater hotel market is expected to register growth during the forecast period. Market size of underwater hotels by type of product (General type submarine hotel and luxury type submarine hotel), By application (Travelers, Business customers, Government, Others, By region, North America, United States, Canada, Europe, Germany, France, United …

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Hotel Booking Engines Market by Technology, Solutions, Application, Price, Demand Analysis, and Growth Opportunities to 2026

The recent research report on Hotel Booking Engine Market Size examines all aspects of this business sphere to help readers understand the prevailing trends, key growth drivers, lucrative prospects, and challenges influencing industry dynamics during 2021-2026. It offers a detailed account of market segmentation including scope, product terrain, and regional …

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Incident Commander Cindy Farr with COVID 19 Update

Missoula City County Health Department COVID 19 Incident Commander Cindy Farr provided the most recent update on infection and hospitalization numbers in a YouTube video Friday afternoon, just after a big press conference dealing with the overall situation in Missoula. “Yesterday, hospitalizations in Missoula broke the record for the highest …

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Tours from European bases | Stars and stripes

Kaiserslautern Outdoor Recreation is planning a trip Oct. 8-11 to watch an NFL game in London as the New York Jets take on the Atlanta Falcons. (iStock) Base tours provide an easy way to see Europe with other members of the military community. Here is a sample of trips scheduled …

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Britain plans to relax COVID-19 travel rules for England

Announcement on relaxation of rules expected later Friday Costly tests could be done away with for those vaccinated entirely Destinations can be classified as high or low risk Industry warns against relaxing rules Travel shares increase from 4 to 5% LONDON, Sept. 17 (Reuters) – The UK government will consider …

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Pizza vending machine available in Rome

Reading time: 2 minutes Pizza from a vending machine may seem like a serious misstep to some, but for Sicilian pizza chef Massimo Bucolo it was an opportunity. The entrepreneur living in Rome opened the world’s first pizza vending machine – trading wood fire for machine throwing – earlier this …

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Travel based on movie scenes

“This is what dreams are made of!” If you’re a bit of a pop culture nerd, movie buff, or world traveler, then you’ve probably watched a scene in a movie and thought, “I’d love to travel there in person. I’m here to tell you that it’s perfectly okay to take …

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How should Fashion Week change?

That said, New York Fashion Week is finally back after 18 months in the virtual space. New York Fashion Week kicks off today with mostly in-person events and the circuit will travel to London (mostly digital), Milan (a phygital mix) and Paris (also phygital-forward) through October 5. The excitement for …

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Sleeper trains are back in Europe

In 2022, a new sleeper train will join a network of planned routes that will connect cities across Europe, including Prague, Berlin and Amsterdam. It joins a growing number of companies relaunching overnight train travel across the continent, such as the French rail start-up that plans to connect Paris to …

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List of EU countries restricting US travelers on the rise

The list of restrictions for people traveling from the United States to Europe is growing as members of the European Union implement new rules amid the COVID-19 pandemic. EU countries including Spain, Denmark, Italy and Norway are tightening restrictions on tourists from the United States following the Withdrawal by the …

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Where to stay, eat, drink

Welcome to NYLON City Guides, your one stop shop for the perfect vacation. Here, you’ll find the ultimate recommendations for places to stay, eat, drink, shop and more for the world’s hottest cities – all tested and approved by NYLON editors. Read on for your ideal NYLON approved itinerary. If …

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The liveliest new hotels to discover in Italy

“For me, Aman is the number one hotel brand,” says hotel co-owner Ugo Pizzinini. “Becoming a partner hotel will put us more in the international spotlight and allow us to elevate what we already have. “ Still in northern Italy, Mandarin Oriental, Lake Como (Lake Como) has just launched a …

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Italy braces for railroad protests over COVID passes

ROME – The Italian government has pledged to crack down on protesters threatening to block rail tracks across the country on Wednesday, typically requiring COVID-19 tests or vaccines to use public transport for long-distance domestic travel. In an attempt to curb the transmission of infections as Italians returned from summer …

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