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Armenian Genocide by Turkey

I have mixed thoughts about visiting Turkey. Not just the current political turmoil but their past history with the genocide of the Armenians. We grew up with so many Armenian families and friends in the area. They are among my best friends. And the g
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Call It Constantinople

Istanbul has been Constantinople and Byzantium long before becoming Istanbul. There is even a song about it So Take me back to Constantinopleltbr stylebackgroundcolor transparent borderbottomleftradius 0px borderbottomri
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Only in Istanbul

I have been waiting for many years to visit. The visit is upon me. What to see and do How about these for a start I want to try the famous street food particularly the Dner kabab which is famous throughout Europe and parts of As
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New Istanbul Airport

President Erdogan is opening what he claims will eventually become the world's largest air transport hub on the 95th anniversary of Turkey's establishment as a republic. It's a symbolic launch as only limited flights will begin days later and a full move
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Different Sale: Save Up to 35 Percent in Asia and South Pacific 2019 With IHG Rewards Club

You can save up to 35 percent off of the room rate when you stay at your choice of 119 participating hotel and resort properties within the portfolio of brands of InterContinental Hotels Group in select countries in Asia and the South Pacific through Thursday, October 31, 2019… ...but you must... The post Different Sale: Save Up to 35 Percent in Asia and South Pacific 2019 With IHG Rewards Club appeared first on The Gate.
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Kentucky Derby horses how to bet

Among my friends , I am Horse Racing Guy. I’m the one who, when someone suggests Sunday Brunch, counters with, “Or how about we go to the track?!” Say what you will, but this is definitely better than being Strip Club Guy. Still not as cool as being Boat Guy. But for one weekend a year, being the guy who knows how to bet horses makes you at least a few notches cooler — if only because you can answer the handful of questions that inevitably pop up every time a muggle watches a horse sprint down...
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Life Is Sweet: Chanthaburi

Chanthaburi, otherwise known as the city of the moon lies along Chanthaburi River. It is known for its gems and fruit as well as its own style of cuisine marrying fruit and savoury and sweet dishes. Come and explore this charming town and taste the region's delights!
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Day 9 Manang Rest Day not Hike to Chongkor Viewpoint.

Today was our rest day but also acclimatization day so not really a rest day. Breakfast was arranged for 0830 to allow us to sleep in but woke up about 0700 so did some blogging. After our breakfast we started our day hike at 0920. We walked out of Ma
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Best Adventure Holiday Destinations in the World in 2019

Not everyone loves the holidays to be filled with fun and frolic. If you belong to that unique genre of people who looks for the adrenaline pumping action, maybe we can help you out with the select list of best adventure destinations you can move on. Of course, listing such destinations is easier than it would appear to be. However, we are making an attempt in that direction. There are multiple beautiful locations around the world.  Some of them give their visitors access to adventure sports an...
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What Hotels Can Learn From Delta Airlines About Personalized Guest Engagement | By Doug Kennedy

My career as a hotel industry trainer and conference speaker keeps me on the road nearly every week, so I try to take advantage of every available travel perk.
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May 2019 Desktop Wallpaper

This month’s image was taken at Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis, Missouri Tablets | iPhone Plus | iPhone | iPhone X Standard (Fits most laptops) | High Res (large monitors and retina displays) The post May 2019 Desktop Wallpaper appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.
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Do You Care About Your Luggage, or Just the Contents Inside the Bag?

Luggage, to me, protects the contents and makes them portable. Ideally a bag is durable, easy to maneuver, and the right size -- if it's a carry on bag then it should fit in airplane overhead bins (ideally even large regional jet bins). Your bag should be sturdy enough to withstand the beating it gets from continued use and the abuse of being overstuffed. If checked it should be able to withstand the abuse it gets from baggage handlers, weather outside on the tarmac, and the TSA. How do you fe...
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Reflections of Tokyo past and present

A change of emperor on Wednesday marked a changed of era. It was goodbye Heisei and hello Reiwa, which will result in calendar and document changes, but in regards day-to-day life, not much else. Also, such era changes are positively glacial when compared to the urban and societal shifts that Tokyo, and Japan in general, are experiencing. Pressing, and for some perplexing changes that will continue apace long after the pomp and circumstance of the last few days has passed.
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Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the Week – May 2, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the Week – May 2, 2019 Have you ever woken up early just to see the sunrise? Where?  Or where would you like to? The Sukhothai Historical Park in Thailand is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple and Buddha statue may appear even more peaceful at this hour. This is echoed in both the vibrant colors captured in... The post Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the Week – May 2, 2019 appeared first on Peter Greenberg...
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More Brits taking one long holiday, says InterhomeMore Brits taking one long holiday, says Interhome

Holiday home specialist reveals booking trends
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Arif Naqvi faces 24-hour curfew after bail decision - The National #Abraaj

Arif Naqvi faces 24-hour curfew after bail decision - The National:A British court has ordered former Abraaj chief executive Arif Naqvi be freed on £15 million bail while he fights extradition to the United States to face fraud charges, an official said on Thursday.Mr Naqvi, 58, must also remain under curfew around the clock at his west London home under the terms agreed at a hearing on Wednesday, the official said.US prosecutors have appealed against the decision and Mr Naqvi remained in custod...
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Airline Quality: Who Ranks Number One? –The Latest

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Airline Quality: Who Ranks Number One? –The Latest The latest results are in on airline quality. For the 29th year, researchers at Wichita State University and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University studied data collected by the U.S. Department of Transportation that looked at on-time arrivals, mishandled baggage, bumping passengers and consumer complaints. And the winner is Delta Air Lines, followed by JetBlue, Southwest and Alaska... The post Airl...
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McKinsey tells how to weather the ‘perfect storm’ in Gulf retail | Arab News

McKinsey tells how to weather the ‘perfect storm’ in Gulf retail | Arab News:The consumer retail market is always dynamic, always changing. But maybe now, especially in the Middle East, it is changing faster and more unpredictably than ever, and companies in this sector are going to have to stay on their toes to avoid getting left behind.This is the central message of a new piece of research by those smart people at McKinsey & Co., the consulting firm to kings and presidents throughout the world...
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#Qatar stock exchange seeks to gain retail investors with stock split - The Peninsula Qatar

Qatar stock exchange seeks to gain retail investors with stock split - The Peninsula Qatar:Qatar’s stock exchange is setting the stage for a split in the price of stocks in an effort to attract more individual investors to the $160 billion market.The bourse is preparing to change the nominal value of a share in all listed companies to one Qatari riyal (27 cents) starting next month. Such a move is typically designed to lower the price of an equity and thereby stimulate dealing. Holders of Qatar ...
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Top Oil Buyers Said to Seek More Saudi Crude Amid Disruption - Bloomberg

Top Oil Buyers Said to Seek More Saudi Crude Amid Disruption - Bloomberg:Oil refiners in Asia are asking Saudi Arabia for more crude as the world’s top consuming region deals with supply disruptions from Iran to Venezuela, according to people with knowledge of the matter.Customers are seeking additional cargoes for loading in June and July from OPEC’s biggest producer, the people said, asking not to be identified because the information is confidential. The requests are for supplies on top of wh...
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Oil Tumbles to One-Month Low as U.S., Russia Stanch Supply Risk - Bloomberg

Oil Tumbles to One-Month Low as U.S., Russia Stanch Supply Risk - Bloomberg:Oil tumbled to its lowest in a month despite the promise of tighter sanctions on Iran, as investors saw the U.S., Russia and Saudi Arabia all potentially filling the gap. Futures in New York fell 2.8 percent as the global supply balance looked less severe. While U.S. exemptions for several Iranian crude buyers were due to expire Thursday, data also showed American crude inventories hitting the highest level in two years ...
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Oil drops nearly 3 percent on oversupply worries - Reuters

Oil drops nearly 3 percent on oversupply worries - Reuters:Oil plunged Thursday, with U.S. crude dropping almost 3 percent as the market grappled with oversupply fears as increased U.S. sanctions on Iran had more gradual impact than expected and U.S. crude oil inventories rose sharply.U.S. crude settled down $1.79 or 2.8 percent at $61.81 a barrel, heading for its biggest weekly fall since February.Brent crude futures fell $1.43 a barrel, or 2 percent to $70.75.Market sentiment became more beari...
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Ireland Day 2

Day 2We left our lovely Claremont Arms Hotel after enjoying a free breakfast. The WiFi was also free and was not throttled I saw a full 70MB download and 50MB upload speeds. But enough geekspeek we are here to see Ireland and do family research
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France, Saint-Michel-de-Double

Restauration du coeur de l’église de Saint-Michel-de-Double Copyright Jacques Witt [Author: Jacques Witt]
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Mail-in voting awaits Ige's signature, Oahu monster house bill becomes law, man falls into Kilauea crater, Honolulu-Princeville flights commence, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

How people fall into Kilauea crater ©2019 All Hawaii News  Man Rescued After Fall Into Kilauea Caldera. A man fell in from a location by Steaming Bluffs Wednesday evening, and was later rescued and airlifted from the park. Big Island Video News.Man who fell into Kilauea Caldera rescued after hours-long mission. Multiple rescue parties from the park and county worked together in the rescue operations. Nightfall and windy conditions reportedly made the rescue challenging. Hawaii News ...
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How to Ensure Your Overseas Trip Is as Safe as Possible

I almost died in Japan.Read more...
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A Scientology Cruise Ship Has Been Quarantined for Measles. Here’s What to Know

About 300 people are reportedly on board the ship
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Grevoro Bulgarien

Kloster besucht.In Greborov rumgefahren. Hauptschlich verfallene Fabriken gesehen.Bauernhausmuseum besucht.
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American Airlines is Field Testing New Uniforms

American Airlines rolled out new uniforms but was met with employee complaints about toxicity and physical effects. Testing couldn't confirm this, but complaints mounted. It's something that's happened at other airlines before, with large numbers of employees some have reactions to what they're assigned to wear. However the number of complaints were large, and so American first offered alternatives for employees who believed they were having medical issues with their uniforms, and then began...
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Announcing “How to get a job offer and work permit in Canada”online course, Now on Udemy

How to get a job offer and work permit in Canada. Please take advantage of our 92-lecture online Udemy course. This course has been developed to assist International trained workers like you to learn how you can become eligible to apply for a work permit and eventually for Canadian Permanent Residency via the Express Entry System under the different immigration programs available In Canada and what you will require in order to begin your application. It also covers some resources like Li...
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