Notes from plane seats and the odd airport lounge

HE SAID...The lead up to this adventure had been different to our other trips. For a start wed managed to tie up our work commitments well before we left which is a rarity for us. It allowed us time to think and plan so much so that we o
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Kid-Friendly Wineries In Napa (and Beyond)

While some people visit California wineries for much-needed “grown-up” time in one of the world’s most beautiful wine regions, many parents prefer to travel and taste with their little ones in tow. This has increasingly become the trend, according to Wine Institute, inspiring many of the state’s wineries to offer special accommodations for kids, including grape juice tastings, play areas, visits with farm animals and outdoor games. These activities keep children happy and engaged while their par...
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How Travel Can Help With Depression

How Travel Can Help With Depression There are many ways you can outrun your depression. Taking anti-depressants is the common methods. Others argue that meditation can have positive effects, but these effects don’t relieve serious problems. Once those fail, depression is bound to catch up with you again. Having a sense of direction and structure in your life can be a […] The post How Travel Can Help With Depression appeared first on As We Travel - The World - Travel, Traveling, Travel Videos ...
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So it was time to hit the road again Rich in Waldwick NJ who most graciously kept my bike hidden away in a retreat for abused bikes his garden shed was to be relieved of his burden.Last year as I came to the west coast of the US I had an idea of goi
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Eye on Travel — Virtuoso in Melbourne, Australia — May 11, 2019

Read the full article on at - Eye on Travel — Virtuoso in Melbourne, Australia — May 11, 2019 Eye on Travel is broadcasting from Melbourne, Australia and the annual Virtuoso Symposium. Joining Peter is Alex Lavelle, Editor at The Age, who talks about how 2,000 people a week are moving to Melbourne. Initially, Melbourne was going to hit 5 million people by 2020, but it hit that number last year from the Virtuoso... The post Eye on Travel — Virtuoso in Melbourne, Australia — May...
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Are You Avoiding Travel to Georgia Because of the Abortion Law?

The entertainment industry is in the forefront of a growing number of entities which intend on banning official travel to Georgia and refusing to do business in that state because of the recent passage of a law by the Georgia General Assembly known as the Living Infants Fairness and Equality — or LIFE — Act to become effective as of Wednesday, January 1, 2020. Originally known as the “heartbeat” bill, the new law will ban abortion the very moment a... The post Are You Avoiding Travel to Georgia ...
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The High Notes: Pear & Ginger Opera Cake

Want to make a cake for a special occasion? This opera cake must be tried at least once. This beautifully layered cake has layers of pear and ginger syrup soaked joconde sponge, pear and ginger buttercream and dark chocolate ganache. And on top? Ginger poached miniature paradise pears!
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How to Get Compensated for Your Delayed or Cancelled Flight

When it comes to traveling there are few causes of stress that are worse than a delayed or canceled flight. The best scenario to hope for in that case is that your flight was non-stop. Chances are if you had a connecting flight, you’ll miss it. Even if they rebook your flight right away. Somehow you will miss your connecting flight, without fail. The worst part is feeling like there is nothing you can do about the situation. You can be moved to another flight but often there isn’t a guarantee t...
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Cedar Point

Every year my entire family spends a day at Cedar Point and this year was no exception.First off we never pay full price for tickets. My niece found a Groupon deal at twenty bucks quite a bargain In previous years we prepurchased tickets at loca
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Dookki Korean Buffet Restaurant IOI City Mall

Dookki is a Korean buffet restaurant located in IOI City Mall Putrajaya. Dookki is a popular restaurant from Korea with over 100 outlets around the world. Dookki IOI City Mall is their first outlet in Malaysia. Dookki means ‘two meals’ in Korean and you start with the Korean hotpot style and have the 2nd meal with the kimchi fried rice. They offer six versions of tteokbokki (rice cakes) for their buffet and many variety of vegetables and meat too. There are diff...
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How to Get Around Central America on a Budget

Posted: 5/13/2019 | May 13th, 2019 Surrounded by the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Central America is a magical region that is perfect for backpacking. The area is full of rainforests, unexplored Mayan ruins, gorgeous beaches, incredible reefs, cheap prices, delicious food, and warm welcoming people. Though it is not expensive, it is often confusing to arrange your own transportation throughout the region. So, in this post, I’ll provide some helpful hints on getting around Central America. Here...
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Life in marvellous times in London

HE SAID...We touched down at Heathrow Airport at 1130am. It had been a long flight and we were happy to finally be out of a cramped plane seat. Rens sister Romany and niece Kirsten met us in the arrivals area where we jumped into an Uber and
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This Week in Travel – Episode 249

This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen, and I are joined by this our guest Scott Gaille author of Strange Tales of World Travel: * bizarre * mysterious * horrible * hilarious * Subscribe on Apple Podcasts  This Week’s News: Blogger Rachel Jones, Goa’s famous ‘Hippie In Heels’ has died Komodo Island Will Close in 2020 ... Read more This Week in Travel – Episode 249 The post This Week in Travel – Episode 249 appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.
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ETW #15 Great American Weekend Getaway Destinations

From San Francisco to Boston, Detroit to Hollywood, this week we’re highlighting some fun weekend getaway destinations around the U.S. perfect for a quick trip. You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher. This podcast is produced in partnership with Marriott International, The Americas. Remember, for your summer travels, book at which has a best rate guarantee. A great way to quickly relax or get some much...
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The best hikes in Tasmania

Tasmania, the triangular chunk of land under the Australian continent, was once best known outside the country for being the home of the Tasmanian devil, a sharp-toothed marsupial that is much cuter than his Looney Toons depictions of old. But Tasmania also has some of the most diverse landscapes in Australia — including thundering waterfalls, beaches, and dramatic rocky outcrops that dot the coastline — and an astonishing 19 national parks. Although Tasmania still gets the fewest visitors i...
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Grand View Point Overlook – Canyonlands National Park, Utah

The post Grand View Point Overlook – Canyonlands National Park, Utah appeared first on LandLopers.
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A Day of Shopping

With so many girls in the family myself mom two sisters three daughters one niece it is inevitable that there would be a day of shopping. Our favorite place to go is Crocker Park in Westlake. Again we piled in the van bringing a reluctant boy with
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Germany Can’t Seem to Keep Angela Merkel’s Planes in the Air

Due to mechanical problems with her plane, German Chancellor Angela Merkel flew Iberia business class to the G20 Summit in Argentina in December. It seems, though, that this wasn't a one-off and the German government is unable to keep their fleet of military executive planes in the air. Continue reading Germany Can’t Seem to Keep Angela Merkel’s Planes in the Air...
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Summerland Credit Union Bangalow Billycart Derby 2019 – Sunday 19th May

From preschoolers to celebrities, those willing to brave the big hill congregate with their wacky carts. Gravity presides and the Autumn sun shines on the thousands watching. Sharon Shostak, Lyn McCarthy, along with many other photographers, catch the action footage of the thrills and spills from the annual Summerland Credit Union Billycart Derby at Bangalow at the end of May every year. The Bangalow Lions Club organise this incredible community event, with support from local volunteers and the ...
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Travel News: May 14, 2019

Virgin Galactic establishing operations in New Mexico Travel Weekly Richard Branson said his commercial spaceflight company, Virgin Galactic, is making its move to New Mexico’s Spaceport America, signaling the final countdown to his long-awaited launch of space tourism. New Mexico built the $250 million futuristic spaceport for Virgin a decade ago, but — like much of the commercial space industry — the company’s testing and development of the space vehicles needed to begin $250,000-a-head fligh...
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INTELITY to Debut Enhanced Staff Features and Functionalities at HITEC Minneapolis

INTELITY™, the provider of the broadest hospitality technology platform, announced today that it is unifying its back-office systems to reveal a more comprehensive solution. The expansion of INTELITY Staff will also feature a new and improved user interface designed to meet cross-departmental needs and seamlessly connect operations teams to guests and devices across properties and brands. The company will demonstrate its enhanced INTELITY Staff at HITEC Minneapolis.
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The Cleveland Museum of Art

I was born in Ohio and lived there the first 25 years of my life. In all that time I never made it to the art museum. This was my very first visit.We wanted to do something in Cleveland on a weekday afternoon and we chose the art museum because it wa
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Day 13

Day 13Today we knew was going to be full of things that we wanted to see and do so we got started early.Breakfast on Sunday morning is a bit later than other mornings. Most of the places we saw opened at 8AM every day except Sunday which they o
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Private equity firm to buy WestJetPrivate equity firm to buy WestJet

Canada's second largest airline to change hands
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Ryanair to appeal court decision after 10-year dispute with lastminuteRyanair to appeal court decision after 10-year dispute with lastminute

Lm Group says 'historic decision' will 'forever change the European travel landscape'
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Airlines and cruise lines urged to enter British Travel AwardsAirlines and cruise lines urged to enter British Travel Awards

Categories 'still wide open', say organisers
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Our £10,000 and $10,000 luxury travel contests!

Yesterday we reached a significant milestone – we published our 10,000th blog post. Yes, you heard that right… it’s taken us almost 14 years to get there, but we now host more than 10,000 articles here on A Luxury Travel Blog!! And to celebrate this accomplishment, we’re planning on running two very exciting competitions over […] The post Our £10,000 and $10,000 luxury travel contests! appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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Fine Art Photography Exhibition Closing Gala – Mountains to the Sea

The opening Gala at Level Fine Art of From the Mountains to the Sea was a rousing success and we couldn't have been happier with the turnout of media, friends and photography lovers. But it's not over yet? Join us in Toronto for the closing gala onMay 24 from 5 – 9pm to celebrate the end of […] Read the original post Fine Art Photography Exhibition Closing Gala – Mountains to the Sea on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
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Russia day 2

Gary and Barbera did not have a tour booked today and so it was just Dave and me who headed on out to brave the passport control desks. We left early this time to try to avoid the queues but were scuppered when no lines had been opened....not to be detered
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Lake Erie

Every summer I take a vacation to my old stomping grounds of Cleveland Ohio. My whole family still lives there and often this is the only time I see them throughout the year. This year I took my three daughters plus my daughter's boyfriend. One extra k
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