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Bangalore (CNN) — India is gigantic — there are 28 states, with cultural and linguistic divergences between them. You can easily spend a few weeks (or months) exploring the popular Golden Triangle circuit that covers Delhi, the Taj Mahal in Agra, and Jaipur in the Rajasthan desert; visiting the sacred cities of Varanasi and Haridwar
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program offering free trips to Hawaii. ” width=”719″ height=”432″ src=”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5fd249e22400003c139fa0cc.jpeg?ops=scalefit_720_noupscale”> M Swiet Productions via Getty ImagesRemote workers can apply for a program offering free trips to Hawaii.  Since the coronavirus hit the U.S., roughly 40% of U.S. employees now work from home. If you’re one of them, you may be fantasizing about trading your boring apartment
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(CNN) — It’s been a year since the cruise industry was in the eye of the Covid storm as leisure ships proved themselves ideal places for the disease to spread. On March 13 last year, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a no-sail order for ships plying American waters while major industry
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(CNN) — The most luxurious thing in the sky is to stretch out on a fully flat bed and sleep your way through a night flight, arriving refreshed the next morning. It can certainly be pricey, though, with many business class seats running into the thousands of dollars, and first class sometimes into the tens
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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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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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(CNN) — What’s better than having your own luxury resort in the Bahamas? Owning your own private island in the Bahamas. Little Ragged Island, also known as St Andrew’s, is the largest private island currently for sale in the Caribbean paradise. We’re talking 730 acres of rolling forested hills and pristine white beaches, surrounded by
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(CNN) — Back in June 2020, as the the UK’s first Covid-19 lockdown started to ease, a bout of beautiful weather culminating in the hottest day of the year saw people flocking to the country’s beaches. Within hours, the southern coastal town of Bournemouth had declared a “major incident” as it was swamped by traffic,
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(CNN) — The condors gave it away. Instead of soaring in circles on thermals high overhead, a group of Andean condors was traveling low to the ground. Some even landed tentatively before lumbering back up into the air only to touch down again near the same spot near one of the dirt roads that run
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Recently, it seems as if every month or two a history-altering discovery emerges from the ancient Roman city, which was destroyed in 79CE when Mount Vesuvius erupted. Bids to take our minds off the pandemic? A sudden global interest in ancient history? The rise of social media making photos of ancient horses go viral? Not
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(CNN) — Darrell Myers remembers the surreal feeling last March when nearly all passenger travel shut down, leaving cargo pilots like him flying all alone. “We saw the devastation hit the airline industry,” said Myers, the president of the Luxembourg Airline Pilots Association, who is a captain for Cargolux. “There were moments where my company,
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Editor’s Note — CNN Travel’s series often carries sponsorship originating from the countries and regions we profile. However, CNN retains full editorial control over all of its reports. Read the policy. (CNN) — Manta rays hover, wings pulsing, on the fast currents of the Flores Sea. Komodo dragons, earth’s largest lizard, skulk in the scrubby
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