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Travel News: February 21, 2019

Manchester United and Marriott International Announce Global Marketing Partnership Travel Pulse Marriott International and Manchester United announced a multi-year marketing partnership, giving the 120 million members of the Marriott Bonvoy travel program exclusive opportunities for once-in-a-lifetime Manchester United football experiences – including the chance to become the club’s Stadium Announcer or Kit Manager for the day. The new partnership launches today with a film that features famili...
Tags: Travel, UK, Manchester United, Faroe Islands, Norway, East Midlands, Iceland, North Atlantic, Brexit, News And Deals, Peninsula, FlyBMI, Marriott Bonvoy, Midland Regional Limited, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Roy Harben


France, Paris

11h15 Philippe Bas va rendre compte des conclusions de la commission Benalla au Sénat Copyright Jacques Witt / Sipa Press [Author: Jacques Witt]
Tags: Travel, Blogroll, Benalla, France PARIS, Actualité, Non classé, Photographie, Photojournalisme, Voyages, Jacques Witt, Sénat Copyright Jacques Witt Sipa Press, Philippe Bas


A Week of Very Santiago Moments

Most people in Santiago are walking around with groceries in their arms or holding overfilled tiny plastic bags normally used for bread or veggies. As of February 3, all plastic bags are banned in retail business in Chile, but it takes a while to adapt and remember to bring a reusable bag. In theory, supermarkets were supposed to sell paper bags, but most run out of them after a few days. A new market is emerging, though—kids selling reusable bags in front of supermarkets. Stuck with groceries ...
Tags: Travel, Santiago, Chile, Latin America, South America 2018-2019, Monjitas Santiago Kids, Santa Rosa Santiago Complete, Calle Amunátegui Santiago Every, Universidad de Chile Santiago, Bondfire


Another little night walk

I made again a nice little night walk, maybe less spectacular to the eyes than my recent walk along the Seine River (see here). I started at Place de la Bastille (see previous posts). The Bastille Opera has since the end of last year an illumination, named “Saturnales”. Why this name? Why not - “Saturnalia” was some kind of Roman winter, December, celebration, a short period of great festivities, when also the slaves had some kind of limited freedom…     I continued a...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Antoine, Mozart, Figaro, Seine River, Paris 4, Saint Paul Saint Louis church, Sainte Marie, PeterParis, Pierre Beaumarchais, Marché Sainte Catherine


Missed the boat

Well it went pear shaped from the word go. After checking yesterday that the Wineglass Bay cruise had plenty of spare seats it looks like a busload of Chinese tourists rocked up and took all the seats Another lesson learned don't delay when booking. Unf
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Next James Bond movie may be filmed in Norway

Norway has been chosen as film locations frequently, thanks to its beautiful landscapes. Past movies shot in the region include You Only Live Twice and Die Another Day, from the James Bond franchise, and one more installment could be added to that list. The next James Bond film, set to be released early 2020, hasn’t […] The post Next James Bond movie may be filmed in Norway appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Travel, Frozen, Movies, Travel Inspiration, James Bond, Norway, Location, Movie Set Travel, James Bond Travel


Looking Across Nevis to St. Kitts

The post Looking Across Nevis to St. Kitts appeared first on LandLopers.
Tags: Travel, Travel Photos, Daily Travel Photos, St Kitts, Nevis


History of the torta de tamal

The base of Mexican street food is the diet of the Ts: tortillas, tacos, tortas, tlayudas, tostadas, and tamales. The T diet is something I’ve heard more than once and something you’ll also hear and experience if you stay in Mexico City, Oaxaca, and other parts of Mexico for long enough. And among those many Ts you’ll find the torta de tamal, sometimes called guajolota, which is a magical combination of bolillo (a short French bread also called pan frances in some parts of Mexico) and tamales...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, India, US, Mexico City, Central America, Oaxaca, Maya, All, Mexican Food, Tamales, Mexica, Tamale, Mexico City Oaxaca, Tono Balaguer Shutterstock, Mexican breakfast


You don’t need a licence to drive the Citroën Ami One

Citroën seems to have it the nail on the head by calling its Ami One a ‘disruptive all-electric object’, and not a car. Barely 2.5 meters long, the Ami One stems from an idea that traveling is an activity, and a car should only be as permanent as the need of that activity. The video above makes a pretty bold claim by saying that YOU choose how long you want (to rent) your car. Five minutes, five hours, five days…months , or even five years. This sounds like a gimmick, but think about the fact ...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Design, Future, Car, Automotive, Citroën, Ami One


How Brexit will Change Holidays in the UK

Brexit will affect travel to and from the United Kingdom, but there is no reason to cancel your trip. Knowing ahead of time how regulations will change after Brexit is official March, you will avoid disappointments and extra fees. It depends on where you are coming from, but research will be the difference between getting sent back home and enjoying a successful holiday in the UK. EU Visas If you are from the United States, Canada, Australia, you don’t need a visa to enter the United Kingdom ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, UK, Eu, Britain, United States, Theresa May, United Kingdom, Brexit, Liechtenstein, Travel Blog, UNITED STATES CANADA AUSTRALIA, Norway Switzerland Iceland, Ryan Beitler, Paste Magazine OC Weekly New Noise Magazine


South America Day 43 Santiago

Today were sightseeing in Santiago. Weve passed though it underground 3 times but not surfaced yet. We start with a tour of the Palacio de la Moneda the seat of the President where we visit the ground floor courtyards the press room state room
Tags: Travel, Santiago


Newrybar Merchants and Harvest celebrate International Womens Day, 8th March 2019

Newrybar Merchants and Harvest Newrybar have teamed up to host an International Womens Day 2019 fundraiser on Friday 8th March from 12pm. The event begins at Newrybar Merchants with the opening of Byron Bay based artist Kat Bak’s‘Romantica’ exhibition and live music from Leeli, followed by a three course lunch at Harvest Restaurant with a host of inspiring Australian women sharing their stories. Special guest speakers include Ella Bancroft, Sophie Kovic founder of Seed & Sprout, Pru Chapman foun...
Tags: Travel, News, Culture, Byron Bay, Newrybar Merchants, Newrybar Merchants and Harvest Newrybar, Kat Bak, Leeli, Harvest Restaurant, Ella Bancroft Sophie Kovic, Pru Chapman


#Untitled - 21 Feb 2019

This is a short post. I am writing this as I take a break from the madness of an event setup. I dont do this normally but life hasnt been normal lately and now that its in this spiral, I better do all things that are typically not normal. Wow thats some gibberish. Anyhow. So I am at this event. This is among the largest events I do each year and the audience has atleast 100 people that are worth 100 crores. Each. Not kidding.And each time I come here, I make a promise to myself that I will go ba...
Tags: Travel, Personal, Event Management, Event Manager, Untitled, C4E, ShortPosts, Everest Bittersweet


Holiday ideas for fitness fanatics

While a relaxing holiday is perfect for some, if lying by a pool just isn’t for you and you need a little more of an adventure, you are in the right place. Exploring your adventurous side on a healthy, active break can be just as soul cleansing as a beach holiday, and you get to try new things and explore your passions in amazing new locations all over the world. So why not be brave and for your next trip book an exhilarating, adrenaline-pumping sports trip. Hike the Inca Trail in Peru Top of a...
Tags: Travel, New York, Santiago, Chile, Manhattan, Peru, North America, Machu Picchu, Travel Blog, Inca Trail, Travel Health, Andes, San Ramon, Sacred Valley, Marique, Ojos del Salado


Airlines to Offer More Gender Choices

The ticketing process of at least six airlines which are based in the United States will reportedly change in the near future to offer passengers the option of identifying themselves other than as either male or female — even though the Transportation Security Administration advises that... The post Airlines to Offer More Gender Choices appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, United States, Airlines, Transportation Security Administration, Health And Environment


US airlines to add gender-neutral options for bookings

Passengers won't have to tick just 'male' or 'female'
Tags: Travel, US


Best times to book holiday flights

Figuring out when to book summer travel is a lot like grilling steaks at a summer barbecue: Everyone’s apparently an expert, and they’re not afraid to tell you their opinion. But much like you’ll only take grilling advice from Bobby Flay, so should you only listen to proven experts when trying to determine the best times to buy airline tickets and hotel rooms. Unlike your know-it-all neighbor standing behind you at the grill, we’re not going to claim to be those experts. Instead, we talked to...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Bobby Flay, Tom Brady, Holiday Travel, Priceline, All, Cabo, Flight Deals, Holiday Bookings, Holiday Flights, Priceline data, Fourth Hotels Priceline


Marriott Requires $20,000 Spend for Top Tier Status, This Man Tipped $22,000 and Got Arrested

Marriott's new program doesn't just require 100 nights a year to earn top tier elite status, it also requires $20,000 in spending. That's odd for a loyalty program with so many hotels in China and elsewhere that rates are super cheap. It's possible to stay nearly 300 nights with Marriott in a year and still not be a top tier elite. One man probably wasn't testing to see whether tips would count towards qualifying spend, though Marriott is at least in the process of rolling out points-earning f...
Tags: Travel, Advice, China, Marriott, Starwood


What Explains China’s Rise?

In any discussion on economic development, China invariably shows up. How did China manage an economic transformation that it now rivals even the greatest developed economy? Isn’t it amazing that China did that without being a democracy? Or maybe precisely because it is an autocracy that it could do what India, the largest democracy in … Continue reading What Explains China’s Rise?
Tags: Travel, China, India


Blue Springs With Margie

Sat. 021619 was another beautiful day and even warmer. Marg and I went into Flagler again and had breakfast at our favorite place The Funky Pelican. We were able to get a seat right away at the counter overlooking the ocean and we watched Osprey fishing
Tags: Travel, Flagler, Margie


The Magic Act: Now You See, Now You Don’t

              [Author: French la Vie]
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Supplements to take while traveling

Traveling is not the time to skip a quality supplement routine. Navigating crowded airports, eating unfamiliar food, and bouncing between time zones affect your ability to maintain homeostasis, the body’s innate desire to seek balance and health. I’ve had a private nutrition practice for 14 years, hold a masters degree in clinical nutrition and functional medicine, and have been awarded the credential of a Certified Nutrition Specialist practitioner. To keep myself healthy while abroad, I ne...
Tags: Travel, Tel Aviv, Supplements, Nutritional Supplements, All, Ashwagandha, Nutritionist, Travel Supplements


Female Poses for Pictures: Performativity and Power

... Do click the title to see the full, beautiful article!
Tags: Travel, Fashion, Arts, Learning, History, Women And Travel, Cultural Differences


Visiting with Margie

blog 021519 Margie's arrivalIt was a beautiful day temp about 68 with sun and clouds. After breakfast and a nice walk we had a little rest then it was time to pile into the car and head to Jacksonville to pick Margie up at the airport. Thankfully th
Tags: Travel, Jacksonville, Margie


You Can Buy a UNESCO World Heritage Site and New Clues on What Happened to Amelia Earhart

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 You Can Buy a UNESCO World Heritage Site and New Clues on What Happened to Amelia Earhart...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Unesco, Amelia Earhart


Tesla rival Lucid Motors wants to build factory in #SaudiArabia

Tesla rival Lucid Motors wants to build factory in Saudi Arabia:A US-based electric-vehicle company that raised more than $1 billion from Saudi Arabia wants to build a factory in the Kingdom, and says its mission to build “the best car in the world” is well underway. The California-based Lucid Motors is developing its first model, the Air, which it hopes to sell for more than $100,000 when it enters production in less than two years’ time. Financial backing from Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment ...
Tags: Travel, California, Saudi Arabia, Kingdom, US, Tesla, Lucid, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Lucid Motors, Public Investment Fund PIF


#Qatar leads Mena 2018 IPO activity in value - The Peninsula Qatar

:Qatar witnessed the highest valued IPO in 2018 in the Mena region with the listing of Qatar Aluminum Manufacturing Company (Qamco) on the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), raising $745.6m in Q4.FTSE Russell announced the entry of Qamco to the FTSE Index within the first week of trading, owing to the positive response generated by the IPO (it was 2.5 times oversubscribed). The Qatar exchange has performed well in 2018 with prospects of inflows from investors tracking emerging-market indexes after the ...
Tags: Travel, Ipo, Qatar, Ey, Mena, Russell, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Peninsula Qatar, Phil Gandier, Qatar Stock Exchange QSE, Qamco, Qatar Aluminum Manufacturing Company Qamco


#Qatar posts 42% jump in Q4 trade surplus to QR50.86bn

Qatar posts 42% jump in Q4 trade surplus to QR50.86bn:Faster expansion in exports, especially to Asia, and weakened imports helped Qatar register a 42% year-on-year growth in trade surplus to QR50.86bn during the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2018, according to official estimates.For the full year 2018, trade surplus swelled about 40% to QR191.44bn, according to figures released by the Planning and Statistics Authority.In Q4, Qatar’s total exports (of domestic goods and re-exports) were QR79.7bn, which...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Qatar, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Statistics Authority


Panama Canal Cruise

Day twoCoquimbo.Football dogfights and spectacular views. See photos and video The only good thing about having to use facebook to post my blogs is the speed I can upload photos and now videos too Enjoy The one of Dave a
Tags: Travel, Dave, Panama Canal Cruise



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