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Holiday music returns to Victoria BC with Daniel Lapp's HOME FOR CHRISTMAS

Fiddler and trumpet player Daniel Lapp brings back his HOME FOR CHRISTMAS concert to Victoria, now in its 15th year.  Presented by the Victoria Conservatory of Music, the toe-tapping and joy-filled holiday concert returns to Alix Goolden Performance Hall for three performances on December 21 and 22, 2018. Cara Luft | Photo courtesy Martin Woodhead Special guest is Canadian musician Cara Luft, a founding member of The Wailin' Jennys who now performs with The Small Glories. Soley La...
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Travel News: November 30, 2018

AA deepening ties with China Southern Travel Weekly American Airlines will broaden its partnership with China Southern early next year, when the Guangzhou-based carrier will no longer be part of the SkyTeam alliance. American, which owns 2.9% of China Southern, is a member of the Oneworld alliance. Under the broadened partnership, American and China Southern will begin codesharing on transpacific flights, including four U.S.-China routes operated by China Southern and five U.S.-China routes ope...
Tags: Travel, London, China, US, Rome, Richard Branson, Miami, Branson, News And Deals, OneWorld, Guangzhou, Miami Beach, Carlos, U S, Standard, Miami Dade


The Definition of Luxury in 2019 | By Babs Harrison

A recent story in Travel Weekly hits us, hard, with two truths: the old definition of luxury is obsolete (plush sheets and ornate chandeliers alone don't cut it) but a new definition has rapidly taken hold and it spells a new reality for travel providers and marketers.
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Argentine, Buenos Aires

9h15 La ville de Buenos Aires Copyright Jacques Witt [Author: Jacques Witt]
Tags: Travel, Buenos Aires, Blogroll, Actualité, Non classé, Photographie, Photojournalisme, Voyages, Jacques Witt


IRCTC bookings now available within PhonePe

PhonePe now has the IRCTC as a micro-app within its own app. In August, PhonePe had partnered with the IRCTC to make PhonePe available as a payment option on the IRCTC Rail Connect Android App. PhonePe users can now book railway tickets directly from the app, and pay via UPI, credit & debit... ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, News, Internet, Flipkart, UPI, Indian Railways, Digital Payments, IRCTC, Phonepe


“Daredevil” will not be renewed for a fourth season, the latest Marvel series cancelled by Netflix

Despite strong reviews and a fan petition, Netflix said today that it is cancelling “Daredevil” after three seasons. This is the latest Marvel series, after “Luke Cage” and “Iron Fist,” that Netflix has cancelled recently, and is a sign that Marvel TV and Netflix’s multi-series agreement, signed in 2013, may be hitting some bumps. Centered around a blind lawyer-turned-superhero in New York City, played by Charlie Cox, “Daredevil” was the first series released as part of the Marvel -Netflix ...
Tags: Travel, TC, New York City, Marvel, Disney, Netflix, Streaming, Walt Disney Company, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Charlie Cox, Netflix Netflix, Marvel TV, Marvel Netflix, Erik Oleson


Experiencing the Best of Yunnan With the InterContinental Kunming in China

Hotels and resorts play different roles in our lives depending on where we go, our own style of travel and so many other factors. At its best, a great resort or hotel should be so much more than a simple place to store your bags and sleep at night. No, they should be an active participant in the travel adventure; a key component to a trip that, in many cases, transforms the experience into a truly remarkable event. It’s increasingly rare to discover these special getaways, but that is exactly w...
Tags: Travel, China, Unesco, Destinations, Kunming, Resting Your Head, Yunnan, Yi, Yunnan province, Ashima, Shang Tao, Stone Forest, Guandu, Dianchi Lake, China Luxury


Cheap ski resorts in famous areas

Skiing is a notoriously expensive hobby. The equipment, the clothing, the $12 beers — all in addition to the cost of getting on the hill. For those lacking a season pass, planning a trip to the mountain is an intimidating prospect. Getting on the gondola at Aspen can cost you over $150. Lift tickets at some resorts have gotten so expensive that prices are hard to even find on their websites. Fortunately, there are more affordable options, some even leaving enough in your wallet to splurge on ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Colorado, California, College, Montana, US, Skiing, New Zealand, Switzerland, Nevada, Keystone, Jackson, North America, Lake Tahoe, Tahoe


50-mile walk proposed in Australia

Soon, you won’t have to choose between two of Australia’s most popular beaches — if you’re up for a wee bit of a trek. A project is in its planning stages to build a 50-mile-long coastal hike between Bondi and Manly beaches in Sydney. The walk won’t be a convenient path between the two beaches, but it will allow hikers to experience lush landscapes, Aboriginal art, and architectural features. As of right now, the walk is slated to include Bondi Beach, Camp Cove, the Vaucluse and Elizabeth Bay...
Tags: Travel, News, Australia, Sydney, Bondi, Vaucluse, The Daily Telegraph, Long Distance Hikes, Australian Beaches, Australian long distance walks, Long Distance Walking Trail, Bondi Beach Camp Cove, Elizabeth Bay House Mrs Macquarie, Lachlan Harris, Shutterstock John Faulkner


Why you should visit Chile

If you’ve long been curious about South America but haven’t known quite how to tackle the massive continent, the answer is pretty clear-cut. Start with Chile. This skinny country sandwiched between the Andean range and the Pacific Ocean has snowy mountains, beaches, deserts, and forests to wow any onlooker. You can pursue just about any outdoor activity — whether surfing, skiing, hiking, or stargazing — and its urban delights are nothing to sneeze at, either. Here are the many reasons your So...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, Americas, US, Earth, Santiago, Chile, Arctic, Antarctica, Dubai, Brazil, Argentina, Patagonia, Peru, South America, Pacific Ocean


A Beautiful Miracle

My lovely mother came to visit me. Dreams do come true. Whereas my trip with Kelsey was about seizing the day pushing ourselves to the absolute limit activitywise and living euphorically my moms trip was more about taking time to pause smell the ros
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Downhill Cycling in Bali

Downhill Cycle Tour.. I have just returned from one of the exhilarating and enjoyable activities. Again it was the drive to the activity area that was a problem with 1.5 hrs and 2 hrs getting back. However this time it was better than on Monday wit
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The Best Christmas Events Happening in North Carolina

With the Christmas season approaching, it’s time to get working on your seasonal bucket list. Popular Christmas destinations across North Carolina are preparing to open for the season and we’re going to tell you about some of the best Christmas events that need to be on your list this year! Hit the beach for their annual Holiday Flotilla Head to Wrightsville Beach on the Saturday following Thanksgiving (that’s the 24th this year). They put their own spin on a holiday parade and have it on the wa...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Christmas, North Carolina, North Pole, Travel Blog, Charlotte, Raleigh Durham, Wrightsville Beach, Tryon Street, Chetola Resort, Carolina Ballet, Christmas Town USA, Santa Stay


Trending Portable Games for Travel

Millennials have been at the forefront of the recent board game resurgence. Which makes sense, their generation loves retro activities. Games can be played on the go, in boring situations to pass the time, or with groups or friends. Recently, the more complex styles of games even offer portable versions that you can take on vacations, long car rides, to restaurants, on picnics—virtually anywhere! Board games, digital versions of old board games and transportable games also improve cognitive ab...
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Air France Expected to Shut Down Joon, Apologize to Millennials

It's been a year since Air France started service under the 'Joon' brand. There are various reports that Air France is either considering killing Joon, or has already made a decision to do so. Getting rid of it could reduce complexity and serve as a bargaining chip with the carrier's pilots. Pretending that it's really a different brand for millennials was just silly. It was created by consultants who think millennial means "no money, doesn’t care about comfort, and is into marketing buzz." C...
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US pilots want more training on new Boeing jet after crash

DALLAS (AP) — Pilots at American Airlines are asking for more training with the automated anti-stall system on certain new Boeing jets. The system is under scrutiny after a deadly crash in Indonesia. Pilots union spokesman Dennis Tajer said Thursday that the request followed a meeting between several American Airlines pilots and Boeing representatives. Boeing […]
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Enjoy a legendary weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife

Tenerife, the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands, is an easy flight from the UK and makes the ideal choice for a relaxing winter break. Find out about staying at the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife and what all the things to do in Tenerife while you are there. Lying off the coast of West Africa, Tenerife enjoys a year round warm climate and spectacular scenery, from watersports and beach activities to the volcanic lunar landscape of Mount Teide in the centre of the island. Source
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Europe, UK, Hotels, Activities, Spain, Nature, Culture, Tenerife, Food And Drink, Sightseeing, Relax, Active, Stay, Canary Islands


Win a legendary weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife

Tenerife, the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands, is an easy flight from the UK and makes the ideal choice for a relaxing winter break. Find out how you can win a luxury 3 night break in Tenerife staying at the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife and all you can enjoy while you are there. Lying off the coast of West Africa, Tenerife enjoys a year round warm climate and spectacular scenery, from the golden sandy beaches to the volcanic lunar landscape of Mount Teide in the centre of the island. Sour...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Europe, UK, Hotels, Activities, Spain, Nature, Culture, Tenerife, Food And Drink, Sightseeing, Relax, Active, Stay, Canary Islands


Just another old pile of stones

This morning I have had an email to say that my mum has been taken to hospital during the night so before we do anything I need to make a few calls. The hospital inform me that mum has been discharged. It appears she is back home and OK.We decide to ta
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Dark looks in a little Tokyo bar

Looks, drinks, and perhaps understandably, a no-nonsense order to desist.
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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard tests presidential waters, state sued over autistic student services, Honolulu Styrofoam food container ban proposed, Lingle to address Maui crowd, coquis come to Kauai, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard ©2018 All Hawaii News Is This The Beginning Of Tulsi Gabbard’s Bid For President? The congresswoman will travel from a high-profile event for Bernie Sanders progressives in Vermont to New Hampshire, where she’ll participate in a pre-presidential meet and greet. Civil Beat.Colleen Hanabusa Is Now The Legislature’s Attorney In Case Against The State. Two nonprofits filed a lawsuit in September to improve government transparency in the lawmaking process. Civil Beat.St...
Tags: Travel, California, US, United States, New Hampshire, Hawaii, Marriott, Philadelphia, Bill, City Council, Panama Canal, Vermont, Bernie Sanders, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu


UNESCO Designates Reggae As 'Intangible Cultural Heritage'

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has designated reggae music as an "intangible cultural heritage of humanity."
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The ‘off-the-grid’ islands of the Cyclades

Perhaps the most famous group of islands in Greece is the Cyclades. The name derives from the Greek word “kyklos” which in English means circle (circular islands), hence the shape the islands form around the sacred island of Delos. According to Greek mythology, the God of the Sea, Poseidon, turned the Cyclades nymphs into islands […] The post The ‘off-the-grid’ islands of the Cyclades appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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Marriott Still Isn’t Getting Its Program Merger Right and Airlines That Will Lose Your Luggage

A roundup of the most important stories of the day. I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading Marriott Still Isn’t Getting Its Program Merger Right and Airlines That Will Lose Your Luggage...
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Triple Mile Tuesdays First Quarter 2019 With Frontier Miles

Flying as a passenger on airplanes operated by Frontier Airlines on Tuesdays between Tuesday, January 8, 2019 and Tuesday, March 26, 2019 will be triple rewarding if you are a member of the Frontier Miles frequent flier loyalty program, as you will earn three times the redeemable miles you would normally earn on each flight. Miles earned towards elite level status will... The post Triple Mile Tuesdays First Quarter 2019 With Frontier Miles appeared first on The Gate.
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Curious Cartgena

We awoke to a cloudy sky and the ship coping with a 2m swell. Walking around was not too bad but there was some rocking and rolling. It was a full day at sea on our way to Colombia.We had a late breakfast and read and relaxed until Trivia at 12 noon. Our l
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port hardy day one: perfect fish and chips, bad movers, wild wildlife

Coming to you live from my own desk and my own computer, from internet in our own place -- after my first full night's sleep in ten days.Yesterday was quite the day. The people who I hired to unload the truck arrived early, and unpacked the truck in record time. In fact, they would have put themselves out of a job, but we paid a four-hour minimum. After all, they may have turned down other work to do the unloading.Interesting story of how I found these guys. I posted ads on Craigslist and Kijiji...
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Traded value recover in Dubai ahead of long holidays

Traded value recover in Dubai ahead of long holidays:Traders on the Dubai bourse resorted to continued selling and preferred to hold cash and move on the sidelines ahead of an extended weekend, causing a fall in the Dubai index on Thursday. Traded value jumped fourfold to Dh434 million from a daily average of Dh100 million. The Dubai Financial Market general index closed 0.61 per cent lower at 2,668.66.“The four-day weekend ahead could keep investors on the sidelines to avoid any global risk imp...
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QSE inches near 10,400 level on strong buying in telecom shares

QSE inches near 10,400 level on strong buying in telecom shares:The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday inched near 10,400 levels, having gained 35 points mainly on the back of strong buying in telecom segment.Foreign funds were increasingly bullish and non-Qatari individuals as well as domestic and Gulf funds turned net buyers as the 20-stock Qatar Index settled 0.34% higher at 10,364.54 points. Foreign institutions were increasingly net buyers in the market, which is up 21.6% year-to-date. [Au...
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Oil Advances as Russia Shows Willingness to Join Saudis On Cuts - Bloomberg

Oil Advances as Russia Shows Willingness to Join Saudis On Cuts - Bloomberg:Oil climbed for the first time in three days as Russia expressed a willingness to join Saudi Arabia in curbing global supplies.Russia wants more predictability and “smooth price dynamics” in world crude markets, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said in an interview in Argentina. The remarks presaged a G-20 summit where Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman are expected to discuss oil suppli...
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