Month: January 2021

A United Airlines Boeing 737-800 and United Airlines A320 Airbus on seen approach to San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco. Louis Nastro | Reuters United Airlines said the jobs of roughly 14,000 employees are at risk when a second round of federal aid expires this spring, the latest sign of how the industry is struggling
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These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest guidance before travelling. Our writer visited these hotels prior to the pandemic. Bologna combines the welcoming cosiness of porticoed pavements and colourful food markets with the impressive grandeur of historic towers and majestic palazzi within a compact medieval heart.
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Bien Nacido Vineyards Bien Nacido Estates There is one vineyard that stands out—way out—when it comes to single vineyard designated wines: Bien Nacido. A Single Vineyard Superstar This spot is the source for 15,000 single vineyard designated wine releases over the course of its 43 year history. This includes estate wines made the proprietor, the
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(courtesy of Hotel Healdsburg) Hotel Healdsburg, a luxury boutique property in the heart of Healdsburg’s charming downtown, recently announced its Healdsburg Hideaway package, perfect for all wine-lovers. Starting at $35,000, this package allows two travelers to safely indulge in the best of Sonoma County’s renowned wine country. Starting with private jet transportation and culminating with
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Where does Andrew eat in Minneapolis? Try Tilia and Clancy’s. Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=travelchanneltv Check Out Our Newsletter ► https://www.travelchannel.com/travel-channel-newsletters For the bold, daring and spontaneous; those adventurers who embrace the thrill of the unexpected; those risk-takers who aren’t afraid of a little mystery; if you’re up for anything, down for whatever, and above all, love
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Irish Steel Cut Oats with honey Credit: Flahavan’s A Flahavan’s advertisement from 1939 Credit: Flahavan’s Oats are a way of life for the Flahavan family. Their business dates back to 1785, a time when most villages in Ireland had their own small mill that exclusively serviced the immediate locality. “Farmers and their families would bring
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©SeanPavonePhoto/Getty Images The Appalachian Trail Conservancy is asking hikers to wait until 2022. Hikers hoping to spend 2021 hiking the Appalachian Trail are being asked to postpone their trips until 2022 by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, citing concerns over the spread of COVID-19. Health officials say that the COVID-19 risk comes not from the hike itself,
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Recognize the photograph above? It adorns walls, computer screens and websites for psychiatrists and financial planners. It’s also on shower curtains, tote bags, maxi dresses, neck gaiters and ruffled bathing suits. Though seemingly too beautiful to be real, the scene depicts an actual place. It’s Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, one of the most famous sites in
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These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest guidance before travelling. Our writer visited these hotels prior to the pandemic. The Amalfi Coast, with its picturesque villages teetering vertically above the sparkling sea and celebrated ‘road of a 1,000 bends’ that weaves thrillingly in and out of
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