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Top 5 Cities to Explore in Texas This Year

As a vast state, Texas is chock-full of state parks, getaway beaches, historic landmarks, and other tourist attractions which draw millions of visitors annually. However, most of the people who come to Lone Star State for the first time visit the big cities. Planning to visit Texas this year? Whether for pleasure or business, be sure to put these five cities on your travel bucket list. 1. Austin Austin is situated in Central Texas. As the state capital, this modern city is a friendly ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Texas, Senate, Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Lone Star State, Central Texas, Houston Livestock Show, Dallas Dallas, SeaWorld San Antonio, San Antonio River, Austin Austin


What do you say when an Italian wishes you "Good luck!"?

A guest post by Lucia de Zuani   "In bocca al lupo" (in the wolf’s mouth) is a typical way that Italians wish someone "Good luck!"  How should you respond to this augurio? Some say you should reply “Crepi!” (He can die!)  Others suggest “Grazie!”  Both are correct, but there are, in fact, two different interpretations. In medieval times il lupo was considered the personification of danger and evil. The phrase "in bocca al lupo"  implied pulling away an evil influence. In this context, it would...
Tags: Travel, Rome, Piedmont, Lupo, Cari, Dianne Hales, Romolo


Worldee – Share Your Travel with the World

Social media has taken our world by storm. But, most of our social media profiles are a mix and match of all our day to day activities. Have you ever given a thought to a social media network specifically designed for the travelers? There wasn’t any service that would achieve this goal so far. However, Worldee is what can help you communicate with the world – solely based on your travels. What is Worldee? Worldee loves calling itself a traveler’s diary. It is the new social media service that...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Facebook, Worldee, TomášZapletal


Travel Guide to Getting Around London – England

If you are planning to visit London anytime soon, then you are going to experience a good time in a beautiful city, and here in London, you will create some memorable moments for sure.  All the locations in London are so beautiful and magnificent that it looks really easy to reach to them and enjoy their beauty. But the reality is quite the opposite to it. Roaming around in London is not as easy as recognizing its famous places. London is a great destination for travel lovers; this is why every...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, England, London, Trafalgar Square, Ben, London England, Leicester Square, Big Bus London, River Bus River, Travel Experta Specializing


Guide to Getting around in London

If you are planning to visit London anytime soon, then you are going to experience a good time in a beautiful city, and here in London, you will create some memorable moments for sure.  All the locations in London are so beautiful and magnificent that it looks really easy to reach to them and enjoy their beauty. But the reality is quite the opposite to it. Roaming around in London is not as easy as recognizing its famous places. London is a great destination for travel lovers; this is why every...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, London, Trafalgar Square, Ben, Leicester Square, Big Bus London, River Bus River, Travel Experta Specializing


Face It. Hate is Profitable.

Of all the places I’ve traveled to around the world, my favorite by far is New Zealand. Not only is its natural beauty absolutely spectacular, but its people are incredibly warm and welcoming. And as a Native Hawaiian, I was especially struck by how the indigenous Māori people had forged and maintained respectful and equal relationships with the western world. They weren’t marginalized or caricatured cast-offs lost in the military industrial-slash-tourism complex. They were respected and...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Twitter, Politics, Technology, Social Media, Racism, United States, Hawaii, New Zealand, Newsfeed, Christchurch, Hate, Trump, Facebook Twitter, Facebook Twitter and Instagram


Where to eat at London Heathrow

London’s Heathrow International Airport is built for the hungry. Heathrow’s restaurants range from classy to quick to pub. Heavy emphasis on “pub.” Like London itself, you can find pubs with traditional English bar food and beer everywhere you look in Heathrow. Which is fine and dandy, but there are also a number of high-end restaurants with fast or slow service if you’re looking for something a little different. These are the best restaurants and bars in every terminal of Heathrow Internatio...
Tags: Travel, London, Instagram, Wales, America, Italy, Heathrow, Gordon Ramsay, Heathrow Airport, London Heathrow, All, Spuntino, Oriel, Fortnum Mason, Fuller, Heathrow International Airport


Best places to travel in May

We’ve finally reached the light at the end of the winter tunnel. Daylight savings is over and the sun is shining, and all is right with the world. No? Still not in full-on summer mode yet? Well, that’s ok — May is a mere two months away, bringing with it the unofficial start of summer at Memorial Day. It also brings music festivals, barbecue festivals, and even a camel-riding festival. Plus Cinco de Mayo and the general relief that we don’t have to think about winter again until football is b...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Australia, Kentucky, Africa, US, Alabama, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Atlantic, New Jersey, Italy, Bastille, Monaco, Newark


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American stops flying to Venezuela

Amid the civil unrest taking place in Venezuela, American Airlines is joining other major US airlines in suspending service to the country. Normally, the airline flies twice daily between Caracas and Miami, and once between Maracaibo and Miami. The decision came after the Allied Pilots Association (APA), a union group for American Airlines Pilots, began urging its pilots to refuse trips to the country following a travel advisory issued by the US State Department. The advisory warned of “viole...
Tags: Travel, US, Miami, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, United, US Embassy, American Airlines, All, Reuters, Caracas, Maduro, US State Department, Maracaibo, Allied Pilots Association APA, Juan Guaido


The 7 Sins of Tech Sales | By Jeremiah Magone

I spoke with a would-be innkeeper last Tuesday, and it seemed like he was staring at the opportunity of a lifetime.
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Historical lesbian destinations

Due to the vast majority of LGBTQ historical records and writings focusing on the relationships between gay men, there isn’t much about the history of lesbianism in the more distant past. However, just in the past three centuries, along with the emergence of feminism and women’s rights, came the need to bring the lesbian voice into the mainstream. The easiest way to pay homage to the lesbian culture that helped shape history as you know it? Simply pay a visit to one of the many destinations a...
Tags: Travel, Lorde, Washington, France, Lgbt, New York City, US, Washington Dc, Tennessee, House, Paris, Nashville, Philadelphia, Lgbtq, Staten Island, Virginia Woolf


Guide to the Marriott Bonvoy program

Marriott Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guests are two of the most prestigious rewards card programs out there, and they’ve combined with The Ritz Carlton Rewards to make one mega-program that is reshaping the hotel rewards landscape: Marriott Bonvoy. And if you play it right, there’s a luxury penthouse suite in your (possibly very near) future. Here’s the breakdown on the cards available, the rewards that make them so attractive, and what you can expect from each. An overview of the changes...
Tags: Travel, Chase, Marriott, Starwood, American Express, United, All, Ritz Carlton, Marriott Rewards, Ritz Carlton Rewards, Travel Rewards, Rewards program, Starwood Marriott, Marriott Bonvoy, Bonvoy, Marriott Bonvoy Business x2122


Best breakfast restaurants in Dallas

There are over 13,000 restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, a nod to one of the favorite hobbies of Texans — eating a big meal. The state knows how to cook, and it knows how to eat, and in Dallas, they prefer their feasts to start early. Here you can go for the classic diner-style sirloin steak and eggs or head to a brand new food hall for French-inspired crepes, depending on your mood. Here’s where to find the best breakfast in Dallas and the surrounding area. These spots were all reco...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Breakfast, Dallas, Google Maps, Fort Worth, All, Plano, Norma, Dallas Fort Worth, Dallas TX, Legacy Food Hall, Breakfast Spots, Alicia Butler, Plano Whisk Eggs, Julien Eelson


Amex Lufthansa Lounge Access and Marriott Investor Gets Bonvoyed

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 Amex Lufthansa Lounge Access and Marriott Investor Gets Bonvoyed...
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World can rely on OPEC supply cushion for urgent oil needs: IEA

World can rely on OPEC supply cushion for urgent oil needs: IEA:Production cutbacks by OPEC nations are building a supply cushion that could be called upon to mitigate a possible supply shock from an abrupt drop in crisis-hit Venezuela’s output, the IEA said Friday.With a nationwide blackout that paralyzed the country for one week, demonstrating the unreliability of the country’s electricity network, new questions are being raised about Venezuela’s ability to continue to produce and export oil.I...
Tags: Travel, Opec, Paris, IEA, Venezuela, International Energy Agency, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Last day. Made the most of it with a visit to the Caves on Mumbais Elephanta Island.

Had to get up a little earlier today as taxi driver was picking us up outside reception so after a superb breakfast The Sahara Star does a wonderful selection we wandered outside and he appeared as if by magic.We had to head right down to the Gateway
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U.S. oil retreats from 2019 high on soaring production | Reuters

U.S. oil retreats from 2019 high on soaring production | Reuters:U.S. crude futures eased slightly on Friday after hitting a 2019 high, as worries about the global economy and robust U.S. production put a brake on prices.West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures settled down 9 cents at $58.52 a barrel, having hit their highest so far this year at $58.95.Brent crude futures settled down 7 cents at $67.16 a barrel, below their 2019 peak of $68.14 reached on Thursday.U.S. crude ended the week...
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Around The World And Back With Justin Baker

A California Native, Justin Baker started working for AirTreks in 2008. His passion for travel aligned perfectly with the AirTreks core values of making meaningful connections, embracing change, working and playing with passion, loving learning, and owning our experience. Justin’s interest in wildlife and the outdoors sparked his journey to traveling the world. We had the chance to catch up with Justin to hear all about his worldly treks. Where was the first country you ever traveled to ou...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Usa, Interviews, California, Germany, Frankfurt, Travel Tips, Namibia, Travel Stories, Airtreks, Justin, Etosha National Park, Justin Baker


All that glitters is gold: some of the world’s most spectacular gold landmarks

Visit some of the world’s most impressive gold-themed attractions, from temples and museums that preside over the skylines of iconic cities to a lavish hotel made of gold which takes luxury to whole new heights, and a famous stretch of golden coastline which is a magnet for the A-list. After you’ve had your gold fix, […] The post All that glitters is gold: some of the world’s most spectacular gold landmarks appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, Australia, Hotels, Russia, Colombia, Thailand, Accommodation, Attractions, Middle East, United Arab Emirates, Myanmar, South America, Eastern Europe, Oceania


Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera: 5 luxurious Somabay hotels

The sun almost always shines on the Somabay peninsula, a welcoming sub-tropical finger bathing in the warmth of the Red Sea. Even in the depths of the cold and dark European winter visitors still pick-up a tan on the shores of the Red Sea. Hurghada’s modern airport quickly sends visitors on their way on a […] The post Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera: 5 luxurious Somabay hotels appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Hotels, Africa, Accommodation, Egypt, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Spas & Pampering, Red Sea Riviera, Red Sea Hurghada


Route de Crete Cassis

      The Route de Crete laces along the edge of the cliff along the sea between Cassis and La Ciotat. The view is breathtaking, giving you the sense of flying, as you wind along the tight turns with intense views of the sea far below.         Sheer. Profound. Far beyond and below.   The view below: Cassis.           Cap Canaille is 394 m (1,293 ft), it is the highest sea cliff of France. The rock face of Cap Canaille is called Falaises de Soubeyrannes. The rock consists of laye...
Tags: Travel, France, Provençal, Cassis, Cap Canaille, French la Vie, Cassis Cap Canaille, Cap Naio, Cap Naille


Kenya, Nairobi

11h L’éléphant au One Planet Summit Copyright Jacques Witt [Author: Jacques Witt]
Tags: Travel, Blogroll, Kenya Nairobi, Actualité, Non classé, Photographie, Photojournalisme, Voyages, Jacques Witt


Disasters, breakdowns bring national park visitors down, 10 tiny home homeless villages proposed, plastic ban advances, money in Honolulu City Council race, Maui jail riot highlights overcrowding, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

After the eruption, visitors at Kilauea volcano ©2019 All Hawaii News Parks losing traction with visitors. The latest visitation statistics released by the National Park Service show that 2018 was a particularly challenging year for some of the state’s busiest tourist attractions, with associated park economies taking a hit. Star-Advertiser.Bottles, utensils and bags: Lawmakers are coming for your single-use plastics. An ambitious measure that would institute a broad ban on single-use pla...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Kilauea, EMS, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, National Park Service, Josh Green, State, Honolulu, Legislature, U S Geological Survey, West Hawaii, Wailuku


Radio Guest List–Hotel Alessandra in Houston, Texas–March 16, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Radio Guest List–Hotel Alessandra in Houston, Texas–March 16, 2019 This week, Eye on Travel broadcasts from the Hotel Alessandra in downtown Houston, Texas. First, with an update on the investigation into the crashes of the Boeing 737 Max 8 jets in Indonesia and Ethiopia. What did Boeing know and when did they know it? And the FAA apparently slow-walking the decision to ground these... The post Radio Guest List–Hotel Alessandra in Houston, Texas–M...
Tags: Travel, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Faa, Boeing, Peter Greenberg, Houston Texas, Alessandra, Radio Guest List, Eye on Travel, Hotel Alessandra, Radio Guest List Hotel Alessandra, Houston Texas First


World’s Worst Airline Plans to Fly Non-stop to the U.S.

Pakistan International Airlines, the worst airline in the world, stopped flying to the US in October 2017 after 55 years of service. Their flight used to operate Lahore, Pakistan - Manchester, UK - New York JFK. They weren't allowed to fly non-stop to the U.S. for security reasons. The US government wasn't comfortable with a plane load of passengers getting screened in Pakistan and flying to the States. Continue reading World’s Worst Airline Plans to Fly Non-stop to the U.S....
Tags: Travel, Advice, US, Pakistan, U S, Pakistan International Airlines, Lahore Pakistan Manchester UK New York JFK


Fourth Night Free Spring 2019 With Hyatt Regency When You Stay Three Nights

When you stay a minimum of three consecutive eligible nights at participating Hyatt Regency hotel properties worldwide through Wednesday, May 15, 2019, you will get the fourth night free... ...but you must... The post Fourth Night Free Spring 2019 With Hyatt Regency When You Stay Three Nights appeared first on The Gate.
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Down The Little Alley, Narwee

A weekend appointment had us discovering a new suburb and a new cafe. Little Alley is a bit of inner city Sydney in the South of Sydney with an on trend menu and wholesome tasty food.
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Alley Narwee, Little Alley, South of Sydney


American Airlines Pilots Union Telling Members to Refuse Trips to Venezuela

American Airlines is the sole remaining US carrier serving Venezuela and there are few other airlines flying in and out of the country as well. As the nation has fallen apart, with mass shortages, rampant crime, and inflation over 5000%, American Airlines had found their Venezuela routes extremely profitable -- because there was so little air service left. With flight crews getting robbed by bandits airlines fly crews out of the country rather than overnighting, and try to refuel elsewhere as...
Tags: Travel, Advice, US, Venezuela, American Airlines, American Airlines Pilots Union



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