Month: March 2021

Micronesia has confirmed only one case of Covid-19 to date. The Polynesian island of Samoa and the South Pacific island of Vanuatu have just three cases each. Sounds like safe travel choices? There’s just one problem — none are allowing in tourists. Many islands that opened to tourists during the pandemic experienced rising coronavirus infection
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Editor’s Note — For more on Italian food, watch new CNN Original Series “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT. (CNN) — Paolo Gramaglia loves tomatoes. The owner and chef of the Michelin-starred President restaurant in Pompeii, his link with the fruit is so strong, he says, that he and it are
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Three grower champagnes from the Aube region available from new online champagne retailer Bubbleshop Bubbleshop The launch of Bubbleshop, a new online venture specialising in the finest French fizz, is welcome news for champagne lovers looking for unusual bottles. And with the UK as the largest importer (followed by the USA) in an annual champagne
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Columbia Hillen Eating porridge from a 100-year-old silver spoon is a quirky once-in-a-lifetime experience. Not that it makes any difference to the taste but it was a first for me so I cherish the memory. The occasion was a stay at Traquair, reputedly Scotland’s oldest continuously inhabited house, a sprawling 900-year-old, 50-plus room countryside mansion,
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Laura Brown, Budget Travel. Going-To-The-Sun Road in Glacier National Park is easily one of the most scenic drives in the USA © Laura Brown / Budget Travel ​America has some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth, and there are plenty of scenic drives around the country that show off dramatic landscapes and dreamy sunsets.
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Hey there fellow travelers, welcome to the Grand Tetons National Park in Wyoming. Today we are going to give you some tourist advice and traveler advice on visiting one of the most beautiful national parks in the United States. The Grand Tetons National Park, with incredible wildlife including bison and elk and incredible vistas as
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Dubai (CNN) — Dubai is a desert phenomenon. In the space of 50 years, it has grown from a small trading outpost into one of the planet’s most iconic cities. Epic skyscrapers like the Burj Khalifa and wildly ambitious developments such as The Palm stand as testament to a city in thrall to the new,
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