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#UAE’s non-oil trade surges in 2020 | ZAWYA MENA Edition

UAE’s non-oil trade surges in 2020 | ZAWYA MENA Edition The value of the UAE’s non-oil foreign trade surged to AED1.403 trillion in 2020, reflecting the robust business momentum of the country’s trade exchanges despite the pandemic's fallout.According to the data released by the Federal Center for Competitiveness and Statistics (FCSA), the UAE commands a coveted position globally and regionally in merchandise trade, with its non-oil exports growing 10.1 percent in 2020 to AED254.6 bn as compar...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Saudi Arabia, China, Germany, Iraq, India, US, Turkey, Italy, Switzerland, Oman, Uae, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


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


Covid: France bans unvaccinated U.S. travelers

By Barry Neild and Sakya Vandoorne | CNN France has become the latest European country — and the most significant tourism destination — to remove the United States from its safe travel list, following EU recommendations in the wake of a US Covid spike. A French government decree issued on Thursday bumped the United States and Israel from the country’s “green” list, down to “orange,” effectively prohibiting nonessential travel to France for unvaccinated visitors. Under France’s rules, unvaccinat...
Tags: Travel, Business, News, Sweden, Greece, France, Germany, Israel, US, Eu, Spain, Sport, European Union, World news, Things To Do, Soccer


Alitalia is dying and being reborn as a new airline called ITA - see the full history of Italy's troubled flag carrier

An Alitalia Airbus A330 airplane is pictured at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome Reuters Government-owned Alitalia is ceasing operations on October 15 after failing to secure investors, marking the end of its 74-year era. The national carrier will be replaced by Italia Transporto Aereo, a brand new airline independent of Alitalia that will not be responsible for the old carrier's debt to the state. ITA plans to purchase 52 Alitalia aircraft, acquire its slots at Milan Linat...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Asia, Europe, UK, New York, Milan, Air Travel, Life, Germany, Berlin, Planes, Trends, Bloomberg, European Union, Ukraine


Some EU countries are banning American travelers or enforcing quarantines - regardless of vaccination - as US virus cases climb

Tourists visit the Esplanade des Droits de l'Homme with the Eiffel tower in the background, in Paris on August 6, 2020. STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP via Getty Images The EU removed the US from its list of countries from which travelers can enter without restrictions. Individual countries have responded with measures ranging from bans to tighter entry requirements. The restrictions come as the Delta variant continues to spread in the US. See more stories on Insider's business page. As...
Tags: Travel, Europe, UK, Science, News, Sweden, Greece, Germany, US, Trends, Eu, Spain, European Union, Tourism, Paris, Italy


Scandic continues to enhance coworking concept – now introducing business breakfast

One year ago today, Scandic launched the largest network of coworking spaces in the Nordic countries. Driven by the growing trend in flexible working, the concept has opened up hotel spaces to both budding entrepreneurs and established businesses as well as students. Since the start, Scandic has sold more than 102,000 coworking hours at close to 270 hotels the Nordic countries, Germany and Poland. Now the company is taking the next step by welcoming coworkers at all hotels to start their ...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Poland


Vaccine hesitant??? Why??? Fully Annotated Rant

You don't need faith or the Bible to realize that getting one of these injections is utterly brain dead stupid for the overwhelming majority of people. And that's especially true of parents who've allowed their children to be injected, which sadly includes my ex-wife..... Why??? It's just a vaccination!!! Vaccinations are good!!! Yeah, and pain killers are good, so load up on Oxycontin why dontcha. This lack of discernment, lumping any needle being shoved into your arm as all being ...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Iraq, Israel, Canada, Un, Jesus, Nazi, Hitler, Einstein, Christ, Kuwait, Ontario, Barbara Yaffe, LTC, Doug Ford


8 intriguing global pizza styles every connoisseur should know

Pizza is the people’s food. Its simple components might create the false impression that pizza itself is simple, but the genius of pizza lies in its ability to be both simple and complex at the same time. While the basic construction of pizza has long been the same, pizza’s evolution is endless. Much like fine art, it assumes a different aesthetic depending on where it’s eaten. The United States alone has a number of different styles of pizza, from New Haven’s apizza to Detroit’s Sicilian-ins...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, New York, France, Pizza, Germany, Israel, US, Spain, Catalonia, Turkey, Chicago, Brooklyn, United States, Marseille, Italy


Singapore adds Hong Kong, Macau for quarantine-free travelSingapore adds Hong Kong, Macau for quarantine-free travel

It recently announced access for Germany and Brunei
Tags: Travel, Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong Macau


The top 20 airports in the world for 2021 according to expert reviewers

The Lamp Bear at Doha's Hamad International Airport REUTERS UK-based aviation ranking company Skytrax revealed its top 20 best airports for 2021. Asian and European airports dominated the list with Doha Hamad taking the number one spot. The highest-ranking airports in North America were Vancouver International Airport and Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport but both failed to make the top 20 list. See more stories on Insider's business page. Skytrax has revealed its ...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Asia, Europe, Japan, London, Sweden, Airports, Australia, France, China, Germany, Singapore, Americas, US, Trends


Why Route 66 makes for the best sports-focused road trip in America

Just so you know, Matador may collect a small commission from the links on this page if you decide to book a stay. Listed prices are accurate as of the time of publication. See our full Advertiser Disclosure here. Route 66 is America’s most famous road. Some people take it for the history, others take it for the art, and many take it because Route 66 has an outsized reputation in a country in love with the great American road trip. What’s often left o...
Tags: Travel, Google, Japan, Texas, Minneapolis, California, La, Germany, America, Los Angeles, Chicago, United States, Missouri, Arizona, Mlb, Dallas


UPDATE 1-DSV shares reach all-time high after completing Agility deal | Reuters

UPDATE 1-DSV shares reach all-time high after completing Agility deal | Reuters DSV on Monday raised its outlook for the year after having completed its $4.8 billion acquisition of Kuwait’s Agility Public Warehousing Co, sending its shares to a record high.The acquisition, announced in April here, of the logistics division of Kuwait's Agility Public Warehousing Co will create the world's third-largest freight forwarding firm with a combined workforce of more than 75,000 employees.Chief Executi...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Kuwait, Reuters, Kuehne Nagel, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, DSV, Agility Public Warehousing Co, Reuters DSV, Jens Bjorn Andersen, DHL Logistics


Helen Georgia

After a year and half of sheltering in place due to Covid it was time to do some traveling. Although Covid still required us to cancel our trip to Germany Czech and Hungary Helen Georgia gave us some of that Germanic culture. After a 7 hour drive w
Tags: Travel, Germany, Helen Georgia, Hungary Helen Georgia


The Million Dollar Highway is Colorado’s ultimate road trip through the Old West

The stretch of US Highway 550 between Ouray and Silverton in Southwest Colorado is dubbed the Million Dollar Highway. There’s no definitive answer as to why. One legend says there’s a million dollars worth of gold ore in the road fill. According to another, early travelers refused to go back over the treacherous mountain road, “not even for a million dollars.” Though the name could simply reflect the highway’s million-dollar views in the San Juan Mountains. One thing is clear, however — with ...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, Germany, Hiking, US, America, Switzerland, Omaha, Catholic, Denver, All, San Juan Mountains, Southwest Colorado, Silverton, Smithsonian Institute, Old West


Photo of the Week Winner — August 12, 2021

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Photo of the Week Winner — August 12, 2021 Congrats to this week’s winner, Joseph Lopez!   Joseph sent in this photo of trash with a good reason.   “When we went to Germany, I was impressed with how they collect their garbage. I hope we can implement this in the United States and the rest of the world. We need to be kind to... The post Photo of the Week Winner — August 12, 2021 appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
Tags: Travel, Germany, United States, Travel Photography, Featured Posts, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Joseph Lopez Joseph


Germany to abolish free rapid Covid testsGermany to abolish free rapid Covid tests

Free testing is affecting vaccination rates
Tags: Travel, Germany


Covid-19 Diary : Thursday 5 August, 2021

Tuesday saw the world total of reported Covid cases pass through 200 million.  Here in the US we’re just over 36 million cases, and rising now at a new rate of 100k or greater every day. I created a new chart, comparing the seven day average new case count in the US for each day this year with the same day last year.  This helps us to answer a key question – are we winning or losing the battle with Covid?  Are we better off? As you can see, for all of June and most of July, the answer was triu...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Twitter, Europe, Florida, Usa, UK, Science, Sweden, Cdc, Mexico, France, Germany, Israel, US, Georgia


A nature lover’s guide to Germany

Germany is on the green list in more ways than one: from Baltic coastline to the Alps, it has plenty to offer those who like to spend their holidays outdoorsBaden-Württemberg is a popular destination thanks to its university towns (Tübingen, Freiburg, Heidelberg), impressive spread of historic castles and palaces, luxurious spas and cultural scene. Its major natural draw is the sprawling Schwarzwald (Black Forest), which spans about 6,0000 sq km (2,000 sq miles) from the refined spa town of Ba...
Tags: Travel, Hotels, Germany, Restaurants, Switzerland, Alps, Wildlife Holidays, Walking Holidays, Adventure Travel, Europe Holidays, Alps Holidays, Germany Holidays, Baden Baden, Tübingen Freiburg Heidelberg, Schwarzwald Black Forest


Van der Valk Hotels Continue to Partner With SuitePad to Enhance Their Guest Communication With In-Room Tablets

Van der Valk Hotels, one of Europe’s largest hotel chains, is rolling out SuitePad´s in-room tablets at more and more of its international properties. Known for being the Netherlands’ largest family business, Van der Valk Hotels currently uses the tablets in 19 properties and around 2500 hotel rooms across three countries (Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany) as their digital guest communication tool. They have developed significant best practices since the first installation at the Van der...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Netherlands, Netherlands Belgium, Van der Valk, Valk Hotels Continue, Van der Valk Hotels


Lessons in Planning and Travel During Covid

How did you research and travel during the pandemic? Did you take any additional travel safety measures or change your behaviors? What's it like to travel now? In this article we address focusing on the stuff in our control while minding the health and safety of others. The lessons apply not only to travel but also to daily life, during the pandemic and beyond. We touch on decision-making, logistics, managing risk, flexibility, adapting to new information, managing expectations and satisfaction....
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Germany, Berlin, Italy, Travel Tips, Dolomites, Eisenhower, San Marino, Central Europe, Sustainable Travel, Dan, Berlin Germany, Northern Hemisphere, Dwight Eisenhower, Dolomite


You can see exactly where your hometown would have been while dinosaurs were on Earth using this digital globe

When the first dinosaurs began roaming Earth 220 million years ago, New York City was far closer to Morocco than it is today. NASA A digital globe makes it possible to see where your hometown would have been 750 million years ago. Scientist Ian Webster was the brains behind the digital globe. The globe shows how much change Earth has experienced over hundreds of millions of years. See more stories on Insider's business page. Planet Earth is 4.5 billion years old. While 750 million year...
Tags: Travel, Education, Germany, New York City, Africa, International, Trends, History, Nasa, Earth, Morocco, South America, Dinosaur, North America, Nordic, Pangaea


Covid-19 Diary : Sunday 1 August, 2021

We are now something like 18 months into this pandemic.  You would think that by this point, and after all the resources, people, and trillions of dollars spent, we would have at least some semblance of order and consistency in terms of what we do and how we respond to something that is sadly an everyday event – someone coming down with the virus.  In the US, this event has now been repeated almost 36 million times. But please read this article and note how even today, there is absolutely no c...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Europe, Florida, Usa, UK, Science, Sweden, Cdc, France, Germany, Massachusetts, US, Georgia, Spain, Cyprus


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


Covid-19 Diary : Thursday 29 July, 2021

Thursday set a new record high number of Covid cases reported in the US since early February.  Sadly, that same statement applies to many of the preceding days for the last five weeks due to the rapidly increasing new cases, with Thursday being the first day cases have again exceeded 90,000.  Thursday’s final count isn’t yet available, but the number is already over 93,000 and could go over 95,000 when the last reports are collated. As you can see, for almost three weeks, our daily growth (ora...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Usa, UK, Science, Sweden, Cdc, France, White House, Germany, US, Georgia, Eu, Spain, Cyprus, Iran


German Hotel Bookings Lead Europe’s Growth Rate, Are Back To Outpacing The Global Average

For the first time in over 275 days, data from SiteMinder’s World Hotel Index reveals that on Wednesday, July 14, 2021, the volume of bookings to hotels in Germany again began exceeding the global average.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany


A Tribute to Ismael Ivo the "Ebony God" at Venice Biennale Headquarters

Ismael Ivo (Venice, Italy) On the evening of July 22nd, we celebrated the life of Ismael Ivo, the dynamic and much-loved Brazilian dancer, choreographer and director of Biennale Danza who died of Covid-19 on April 8, 2021 at the age of 66. The exhibition The Body Is a Document of Today: A Tribute to Ismael Ivo was inaugurated in the Portego of Ca'Giustinian, La Biennale di Venezia's headquarters on the Grand Canal, reminding us what a powerful force Ismael was when he was here in Ven...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Brazil, Manhattan, Venice, Grand Canal, Sao Paulo, Venice Italy, McGregor, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ivo, Danza, Wayne McGregor, VENEZIA, La Repubblica, MAPPLETHORPE


6 of the best ways to experience the Cultural Heart of Germany

As normality slowly returns to our lives, and more and more people are vaccinated, our ability to travel also gradually improves. Should you happen to find yourself in the regions of Saxony and Thuringia, known as the Cultural Heart of Germany, here’s  a selection of top experiences, including magical bridges and trails in gloriously unspoilt […] The post 6 of the best ways to experience the Cultural Heart of Germany appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Attractions, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe, Saxony, Thuringia


Ever Changing Light

Five hours drive  through magnificent countryside to an area I had never seen Aix les Bain. We went for one night while there we walked by the lake Yann told me that during WWII a German plane crashed into it two people drown and the other two were rescued.  Germany in turn released four French prisoners. Random conversation. We came to attend Yann’s cousin’s funeral  who died of covid… healthy, no underline conditions, loved enormously, a generous figure in the community. Tragic. He had his fi...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Chelsea, Julie, Jeanne, Cynthia, Yann, Aix, French la Vie, Adieu Eric


A Tribute to Ismael Ivo the "Ebony God" at Ca' Giustinian, Venice Biennale Headquarters

Ismael Ivo (Venice, Italy) On the evening of July 22nd, here in Venice we celebrated the life of Ismael Ivo, the dynamic and much-loved Brazilian dancer, choreographer and director of Biennale Danza who died of Covid-19 on April 8, 2021 at the age of 66.    The Body Is a Document of Today: A Tribute to Ismael Ivo was inaugurated in the Portego of Ca'Giustinian, La Biennale di Venezia's headquarters on the Grand Canal. The tribute reminded us of the power Ismael conveyed during the ...
Tags: Travel, New York, Germany, Steve Reich, Brazil, Manhattan, Venice, Weimar, Grand Canal, Sao Paulo, Venice Italy, McGregor, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ivo, Danza, Alvin Ailey


Liverpool latest: Fresh Aouar links & Phillips tipped for Bundesliga return

 A series of updates surrounding the efforts of Premier League outfit Liverpool on the transfer front have surfaced online on Thursday. Bayer bound? The first centers on a potential departure from Anfield over the weeks ahead.The player in question? Nathaniel Phillips.Central defender Phillips was of course thrust into the limelight on the red half of Merseyside last season. This came with Jurgen Klopp having been left with little choice but to make use of his less favoured options at the back, ...
Tags: Germany, Sport, Unesco, Soccer, Liverpool, Everton, Juventus, West Ham, Anfield, Jurgen Klopp, Merseyside, Klopp, Reds, Bayer Leverkusen, Blackburn, Stuttgart



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