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I ate at Nando's, the famed South African chain, for the first time and was unimpressed despite its appealing decor and heart-shaped chicken

Eating at Nando's in London, UK. Thomas Pallini/Insider Nando's is a chicken chain serving up South African-style cuisine and is known for its heart-shaped butterfly chicken. Peri-peri chicken is the chain's flagship dish with a tasty combination of spices. Hundreds of locations exist around the world but some are being closed due to a chicken shortage. See more stories on Insider's business page. The US has Kentucky Fried Chicken. And South Africa has Nando's. ...
Tags: Travel, UK, England, London, News, Washington, Restaurants, US, Trends, Features, Chicken, Ireland, South Africa, Retail, Dining, Eating Out

What are the changes to Covid rules for international travel?

Overhaul in England aims to simplify travel by scrapping traffic light system and changing testing requirementsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAn overhaul of England’s Covid-19 rules governing international travel has been announced by the Department for Transport, scrapping the traffic light system and signalling changes to requirements to undergo PCR testing on arrival.The aim, according to the transport secretary, Grant Shapps, is to simplify rules and decrease the...
Tags: Travel, England, UK News, Grant Shapps, Coronavirus

Saving history: 3D laser scans preserve world heritage sites

To prevent the present from erasing the past, non-profit organizations are creating detailed 3D scans of famous monuments.Stored online and shared with researchers around the world, these digital copies will endure long after their real counterparts are gone. Occasionally, this work is incredibly dangerous.On the night of May 14, 1940, the German Luftwaffe bombed the Dutch city of Rotterdam. When government administrators entered the streets to tally their losses the next morning, they learned t...
Tags: England, Isis, London, Germany, Iraq, Syria, History, Afghanistan, Unesco, Taliban, Paris, Middle East, Innovation, Archaeology, Myanmar, Guatemala

How a Young Guy from India Became A World Leading Surrogacy Physician

  Dr. Said Daneshmand is an internationally recognized fertility specialist with extensive experience in providing third-party reproductive services. In his second year of studying medicine, he had a profound experience that changed his life forever. Intro : You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Good day. I’m Stephen Page from Page Provan. And this is another podcast in our series, Australian Famil...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Podcast, England, Australia, La, India, US, Los Angeles, Society, Iran, Earth, University, United States, New Zealand, San Diego

What Makes a Finance Guy Leave Everything to Work in Surrogacy

In this podcast, Richard Westoby discusses his own personal surrogacy journey and a complete career change that he never could have anticipated. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Good day, it’s Stephen Page from Page Provan again. And we’re talking about our series of Australian family and infertility law. And in today’s podcast, I have the joy of talking to Richard. Richar...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Europe, Podcast, England, Australia, California, China, US, Cnn, United States, Sony, Dan Brown, States, David Attenborough, Richard

England drops vaccine passport plan for nightclubsEngland drops vaccine passport plan for nightclubs

Gov't U-turn welcomed by clubbing industry
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Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: What it’s like to drive in Greece

It’s always interesting to see how people drive in other countries, and my recent trip to Greece was no exception. I didn’t feel like renting a car and driving myself, although the roads are good and many people do. So I hired a nice man named Nikolai to drive us around in a Mercedes sedan owned by his father-in-law, proprietor of Michael’s Taxi Service. According to Nikolai, we always had to wear our masks in the front seat — even though we were in a private car — because the cops could stop an...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, England, Texas, Greece, California, Sport, Rome, Things To Do, Soccer, Alaska, Italy, Bulgaria, Siberia, Big Mac, Mercedes

Rail chaos in southwest England set to continue after Tesco truck hits bridge

‘Only travel if your journey is essential’ – Great Western Railway
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Guide To Planning The Ultimate Destination Wedding in Glasgow

Are you wondering how to plan a wedding? To make planning your wedding a breeze, we have put together the ultimate wedding planning stages. Wedding Planning Stages The stages of the wedding planning checklist are broken down to make sure nothing is missed. 12-18 Months to Go With 18 months to go before you want to get married, there are many things you need to tick off on your wedding planning list. Most couples start planning with a year and a half to go. If you w...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, UK, England, Traveling, Glasgow, Wedding Planning, Don, Wedding Planner, Home Life, Destination Wedding

England attractions suffer 65 per cent decline in visitorsEngland attractions suffer 65 per cent decline in visitors

Attractions saw 55 per cent decline in revenue
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Banksy’s Great British Spraycation: The Artist Spray Paints England’s Favorite Summer-Holiday Destinations

“We’re all going on a summer holiday / no more working for a week or two,” sings Cliff Richard in one of his most famous songs. “Fun and laughter on a summer holiday / no more worries for me or you.” Like The Beatles’ ultra-northern “When I’m Sixty-Four,” with its cottage rentals on the Isle of Wight (“if it’s not too dear”), Richard’s “Summer Holiday” dates from a time in Britain when tourism was, as a rule, domestic. And so it has become again over the past couple of years, what with t...
Tags: Travel, Art, Facebook, England, London, College, Bbc, Britain, Paris, Banksy, Richard, Seoul, Lynn, Paul Gough, Wight, Cliff Richard

I flew on JetBlue's historic first trip to London and saw how low fares and great service will give competitors a run for their money

Flying JetBlue Airways from New York to London. Thomas Pallini/Insider JetBlue Airways flew its first flight between New York and London on Wednesday. The airline is using brand-new Airbus A321neoLR aircraft with new Mint business class seats and meal services in economy. The flight was seamless and enjoyable, although there are a few kinks to be worked out. See more stories on Insider's business page. JetBlue Airways has finally landed in London. Flying JetBlue Airways fr...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Europe, UK, England, New York, London, News, Air Travel, Boston, Planes, US, Trends, Transatlantic, Features, Flying

Euro 2020/21: England to Italy home exchange holiday

Anticipation is at fever pitch for tomorrow night's 8pm kick-off of the Euro 2020/21 final between England and Italy at Wembley stadium. This is England's biggest game in 55 years and against an Italy side who are on a 33-match unbeaten run. Good luck to both teams and both sets of fans! England / Italy home swap holiday: at Home Base Holidays we love hearing members' home exchange experiences. So, with England vs Italy very much on our minds, here's a lovely trip report from Barbara &...
Tags: Travel, England, Italy, Wembley, Adrian, Tuscany, Lucca, Christopher, Barbara, Iain, Prato, England Italy, Appenine, Barbara Iain, Pistoia Florence, La Roccia

Longing to return to international home swapping?

Bee & Derek's waterfront home on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia Bee and Derek, Home Base Holidays members, and very experienced home exchangers, from Noosa, Queensland, Australia, write: "At the moment, we’re waiting for Covid to abate so that we can return to home exchanging. We’re originally from England, haven’t been to Europe for two years, and are longing to return. But, in the meantime, we’re looking for exchanges in Australia."   This sums up what many me...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, Australia, Derek, Sunshine Coast, Maroochy River, Noosa Queensland Australia, Sunshine Coast Queensland Australia, Derek Home, Mudjimba

Wrexham County Borough 42 Wrexham Hyperbolic Parabolic and Diabolic A saddle roof that looks like a certain brand of crisp

What do you have to do to get something listed I wondered as I stood in the early morning sunshine . I was on my way for a swim before it got too hot to bother . Another day of Lockdown in Wales. Another day of freedom in England . The numbers of infecti
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Heathrow reports busiest month since March 2020 as travel recovery begins – business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsHeathrow’s busiest month since March 2020, with 1.5m passengersUrges US to lift restrictions on UK passengersAlso pushes for cheaper Covid tests 8.14am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.The UK’s travel recovery has begun, according to Heathrow Airport, which has reported its busiest month since the pandemic began -- despite ‘barriers to travel’ ...
Tags: Travel, Business, UK, England, France, US, Economics, Stock Markets, Britain, Heathrow, Inflation, Ftse, Eurozone, Sajid Javid, Competition And Markets Authority, Heathrow Airport

These 8 Walt Disney World Resorts have the best perks for hotel guests

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Disney Walt Disney World is open and if you're planning a visit, staying on-site offers extra perks. There are over 30 resorts and hotels within Walt Disney World, but not all are created equal. We selected hotels with the best perks, from early entry to those that are walkable to the parks. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Travel has changed considerably during the pandemic, and in addition to ...
Tags: England, California, Disney, Trends, Best, United States, San Diego, Nba, Victoria, South Pacific, Tripadvisor, Pixar, Walt Disney World, Sam, Riviera, Epcot

UK competition watchdog to look into pricing of Covid tests for travel

CMA to investigate PCR tests market after concerns about vastly different prices being chargedCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe competition watchdog is to look into fees for the Covid-19 tests required for international travel after concerns about the vastly different prices being charged for them.The Competition and Markets Authority will provide advice and intelligence on the market in PCR tests to the health secretary, Sajid Javid, to enable the government to act...
Tags: Travel, Business, UK, England, UK News, Regulators, Sajid Javid, Competition And Markets Authority, Cma, Coronavirus

‘The price was a shock’: Britons on holidaying in UK this summer

The Guardian speaks to four people braving eye-watering price hikes to holiday in Britain this yearCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageWith more and more people staying in the UK for their holidays, prices for campsites and rented accommodation have rocketed this year. Despite this many in need of a break have decided to accept the hike. The Guardian spoke to four people about their holiday plans this summer. Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, UK, England, Wales, Travel & leisure, UK News, Britain, News Corporation, England Holidays, United Kingdom Holidays, Wales Holidays, Coronavirus

‘Constantly stunning and invigorating’ – Paul Merton and Suki Webster on campervan touring

The married comedians on the great views, friendly folk – and friendlier sheep – encountered on their tour of England and Wales for a new TV seriesWith more British people holidaying at home and accommodation at a premium, demand for motorhoming holidays has soared. Curious to find out what “vanlife” is like, earlier this summer comedians Suki Webster and Paul Merton, who have been married since 2009, took to the road for a new Channel 5 TV series, Motorhoming with Merton and Webster. Over six e...
Tags: Travel, England, Wales, Life and style, Britain, Road Trips, Self-catering, United Kingdom Holidays, Merton, Suki, Caravans and campervans, Paul Merton, Suki Webster

Choosing a New Laptop – The Invisible Bits (Memory, Storage, CPU, Warranty)

Some of the most important parts of your laptop are things you’ll never see, such as this M.2 SSD. This is the second part in our series on how to choose the most suitable laptop for your needs.  Please see the links at the bottom to the other parts in the series. Processor (CPU) We should start off by pointing out that the overall computing experience, especially the perceived speed, is a function of very much more than the CPU alone.  This is similar to how the speed of a car depends on a...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, England, Science, Microsoft, US, Tech, Intel, Bill Gates, New Zealand, Dell, Amd, Lg, Costco, Cellphones & Wireless, Samsung Ssd

15 of the best Northeast hotels to book just in time for fall foliage

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Tripadvisor Autumn is a stunning time to enjoy the changing foliage of the Northeast when trees pop with color. Many travel from far away to see the magnificent sight, so it's best to plan a visit far in advance. From Maine to Pennsylvania, we rounded up the region's best hotels for a leaf-peeping getaway. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky If you live in the Northeast, you know that the fall ...
Tags: England, Cdc, Boston, New York City, US, Trends, Tesla, Pennsylvania, United States, New Hampshire, Maine, Dartmouth, Northampton, Portland, Hilton, Andy Warhol

Britons in Mexico tell of dismay after country put on travel red list

Some holidaymakers found about the change when they reconnected to wifi at their arrival airportCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBritish holidaymakers in Mexico have told of their dismay after the country was abruptly put on the government’s red list of travel destinations.The changes, which were announced on Wednesday night and will come into force at 4am on Sunday, mean that holidaymakers coming from Mexico and other red list countries and territories – including Geo...
Tags: Travel, Health, Politics, England, Mexico, Americas, Georgia, UK News, Health policy, Reunion, Mayotte, Coronavirus

Vaccinated Britons can travel 'without looking over their shoulder', says Shapps – video

Fully vaccinated Britons will not have to quarantine on return from France and Spain for the next three weeks, bringing much needed business to the struggling tourism sector, according to the transport secretary.But Britons will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 'for evermore' in order to travel between countries, Grant Shapps has predicted, suggesting that quarantine restrictions for some arrivals in England will remain in place into the autumn.Shapps said it was vital to 'protect th...
Tags: Travel, England, France, Spain, Travel & leisure, UK News, Health policy, Vaccines and immunisation, Transport policy, Grant Shapps, Shapps, Coronavirus

Johnson dumps ‘amber watchlist’ plan as it emerges top adviser has quit

Proposals for tougher quarantine rules for some holidaymakers killed off after cabinet revoltCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoris Johnson has ditched plans for tougher quarantine restrictions for some holidaymakers after days of chaos, as it emerged the chief of the Joint Biosecurity Centre that advises on travel rules has departed the job leaving it “rudderless”. After a revolt in the cabinet and a backlash from the travel industry, government sources said the prime...
Tags: Travel, Health, England, Travel & leisure, Treasury, Health policy, Boris Johnson, Airbus, Manufacturing sector, Johnson, Department For Transport, Coronavirus, Joint Biosecurity Centre

Johnson hints ‘amber watchlist’ travel plan may be ditched

PM appears to back away from idea of tougher Covid rules for people returning from popular destinationsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoris Johnson has hinted that plans for tougher travel restrictions on popular holiday destinations could be ditched, as he said he wanted a simple approach to quarantining on return from abroad.The prime minister has been under pressure from cabinet ministers and the travel industry to simplify the rules, after it was rumoured that a ...
Tags: Travel, Health, England, Travel & leisure, Health policy, Boris Johnson, Airbus, Manufacturing sector, Johnson, Coronavirus

Rishi Sunak pushing Boris Johnson to relax travel rules

Chancellor urging rethink on border policy amid concerns UK is ‘out of step’ with international competitorsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePressure is building on the prime minister to radically redraw restrictions on foreign travel next week, in time for the final weeks of the summer holidays.The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has made an unprecedented intervention before a crunch meeting on Thursday, writing to the prime minister to demand that the UK change its quarantin...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Politics, UK, England, France, Spain, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Foreign Policy, Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak, Coronavirus

U.S. Travel Reacts To England Reopening Plan

U.S. Travel Association Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy Tori Emerson Barnes issued the following statement on the news that England would soon begin welcoming fully vaccinated Americans:
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Weekly Roundup, Friday 30 July 2021

The new London Mount tourist attraction looks nothing like its publicity pictures. See article, below. 369 Supporters (unchanged from last week) Target :  400  Please Join Here Good morning I’d like to start with a shout-out to the passing of a man who was one of the most creative and inventive pioneers of direct marketing in the US.  You probably don’t know his name, but you surely will remember some of the dozens of products he not only sold, but also personally design...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Spacex, Elon Musk, UK, England, Science, London, France, Hotels, China, Germany, Miscellaneous, Cars, US, Newsletter

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