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Tourists As Caretakers: Are We Failing?

If you want to preserve your sanity, then paying attention to recent news probably isn’t the best course of action. Of the many frustrating and downright infuriating news reports in recent months, those concerning the current state of our National Parks have left me positively distressed. During the government shutdown, the parks for some reason have remained open but unstaffed. That has led to problems from overflowing bathrooms to littering to even destruction of the natural resources themsel...
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Milan art tour: fresco heaven, without the crowds

Resist the urge to splurge in the city’s chic shops and instead lose yourself in its transcendental artThink of Milan and you think of fashion. The first time I spent more than a few hours in the city, I roamed the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – Italy’s oldest shopping arcade, built in the 1860s and still home to the original Prada store, which was opened by the designer’s grandfather Mario in 1913 – wishing that I was rich (or at least, not quite so broke). What on earth is a girl with an over...
Tags: Travel, Art, Milan, Life and style, Culture, Art and design, Italy, Mario, Prada, Venice, City Breaks, Cultural Trips, Weekend Breaks, Short breaks, Florence, Europe Holidays

‘Berlin, I Love You’ Trailer: Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren Star in Fourth ‘Cities’ Anthology Film

Following the footsteps of Paris, je t’aime in 2006, New York, I Love You in 2008, and Rio, Eu Te Amo in 2014, comes Berlin, I Love You, the fourth official entry in the “Cities of Love” anthology film series. And in this Hollywood vision of the German city, it turns out there are precious few German people but plenty of British and American expats, played by stars like Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren, Luke Wilson, and Mickey Rourke. Berlin I Love You Trailer Keira Knightley is finally ou...
Tags: New York, Movies, Romance, Drama, Keira-Knightley, Berlin, Paris, New Orleans, Venice, Movie Trailers, Dianna Agron, Rio, Independent, Rio Eu Te Amo, Jenna Dewan, Diego Luna

Spider-Man: Far From Home Enlists Trans Actor Zach Barack

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Spider-Man: Far From Home enlists trans actor Zach Barack The Marvel Cinematic Universe will be breaking new ground once again for Spider-Man: Far From Home, the highly-anticipated sequel to the 2017 acclaimed hit Spider-Man: Homecoming. The Hollywood Reporter brings the announcement that transgender actor Zach Barack (L.A.’s Finest) will appear in the film, marking him as reportedly the first out trans actor to appear in a big budget superhero film. ...
Tags: Europe, New York, London, Gabrielle Union, Movies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Holland, Venice, Sony Pictures, Avengers, Michael Keaton, Cobie Smulders, Zendaya, Barack, Samuel, Parker

Best Cities to Visit in Southern California

California is the mecca of vacation attractions and excitement. It’s known for its beautiful scenery and infamous weather year-round. If you’re planning a family trip, you have your pick from Universal Studios Hollywood, Discovery Kingdom, Magic Mountain, Boomerang Bay, and Disneyland. Southern California is the place to create memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you’re planning a trip to LA to build sandcastles, trek through rugged mountains, or lounge by the pool with a cocktail, South...
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Why you need to visit Valencia

In Valencia, wide plazas connect narrow streets, ultra-modern buildings stand alongside medieval monuments, and exquisite food is sold on the cheap. Add to that a mild Mediterranean climate and endless beaches, and you’ll wonder why Valencia is still overshadowed by Barcelona. Sure, Barcelona’s cultural attractions and nightlife are legendary, but so are the crowds. For a less touristy and more authentic experience on your Spanish getaway, look no further than Valencia. Here’s what to do. Va...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Spain, Barcelona, Unesco, Venice, Valencia, Mediterranean, All, Spain Travel, Las Fallas, City of Arts and Sciences, Agua de Valencia, Mediterranean Sea, Central Market, Jonathan Swift

Best Free Things to do in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the United State’s second most populated city and is home to approximately 4 million people. With a vibrant history that dates back to the 1500s. Covering 502 square miles and home to some impressive landmarks, Los Angeles sees temperatures of approximately 58 Fahrenheit in January and 74 Fahrenheit in August. But the weather is not the only advantage of living in Los Angeles. There is so much to see and do in LA that it could be easy to spend a lot of money in a very short time...
Tags: Travel, Usa, California, La, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Venice, Travel Blog, United State, Hollywood Bowl, Observatory, Hollywood Hills, Griffith Park, Runyon Canyon, Muscle Beach, Venice Boardwalk

ENI launches castor trial in Tunisia

In Tunisia, ENI has launched a pilot project growing castor that will be used for producing oil to supply biofuel production at its facilities in Venice and Gela, Sicily. The 140-acre trial has been split up in lots to facilitate the trials. The company is searching for alternative feedstocks to used cooking oil, its primary feedstock, as well as other potential feedstocks such as palm oil that will no longer be available in the European market for biofuel production from 2030.
Tags: Venice, Tunisia, Producer News, Eni, Castor, Gela Sicily

Soft and Romantic Elopement Inspiration at Palazzo Morosini Degli Spezieri in Venice

This stunning elopement inspiration is inspired by the soft blue hues and gilded details of Saint Marks Basilica in San Marco Piazza. Since Venice is known for its deep jewel tones of reds, emeralds and blues - Ema Giangreco Weddings wanted to present a softer take on the famous floating city. Hunter Ryan Photo was there to capture every perfect moment. Keep on reading to find out more about this romantic Italian affair.Continue reading on Style Me Pretty
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Tom Holland Swings Back Into Action in ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ First Trailer

Tom Holland embarks on a European adventure in the first trailer for “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” In footage released on Tuesday morning by Sony Pictures, the young superhero doesn’t even bother to pack his Spider-Man costume, saying, “Europe doesn’t really need a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.” But his plans change in Venice when perturbed spymaster Nick […]
Tags: Europe, News, Jake Gyllenhaal, Venice, Sony Pictures, NICK, Tom Holland, Spider-Man: Far From Home

First Trailer for Sony's 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' with Tom Holland

"You got gifts, Parker. But we have a job to do…" Sony has unveiled the teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, the next live-action Spider-Man sequel arriving in theaters next summer. This sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is also a sequel to Avengers: Endgame (and Infinity War) as it will be released after that movie opens in April, with this arriving in July. Tom Holland returns as Peter Parker, and this time his foe is Mysterio, being played by Jake Gyllenhaal. Parker and his friend...
Tags: Europe, London, Movies, Trailer, Marvel, Sony, Venice, Parker, Tom Holland, Spidey, Peter Parker, Nick Fury, To Watch, Tony Revolori, Jake Gyllenhaal Parker

An Oscar Season of Anger

The furor that has flared around virtually every major Oscar rival this year has turned the ongoing awards season into a particularly ugly one. As the proceedings continue to devolve into a fit of collective rage aimed at any and all, it’s worth a recap. Just before the season kicked off at the Venice and […]
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Top Places to Retire in Florida – USA travel

When you get to the point of retirement, you probably have a lot of plans in terms of where to go and what to do. It is almost a universal thing to have some exciting plans or at least relocate to a different city or country. When people retire, they are often ready for a change and the beginning of a new adventure. After all, we all have some bucket lists . When you stay active, you are one step closer to finding a new adventure and maybe even finishing your bucket list! This is a compiled lis...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Florida, Usa, Miami, Venice, Gulf of Mexico, Tampa, Naples, New York Mets, Stuart, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Boynton Beach, Sarasota, Brooksville

6 Tips to Save Serious Money on Your Holidays

There is a popular phrase that we have all come across by now at some point during our social media scrolls, which proudly states “If travelling was free, you’d never see me again.” While we can relate to this somewhat exaggerated statement, the fact is that travelling isn’t really free for most of us and our best bet is to try and minimise the expenses, as best as we possibly can! To help you keep your travelling goals alive and not go bankrupt in the process, here are six practical tips that ...
Tags: Travel, Turkey, Paris, Alain Ducasse, Venice, Laos, Zurich, Budget Travel, Travel Blog, Michelin Star

Beyond Bollywood: The 10 Best Indian Films You Missed in 2018

There are, on average, nearly 2,000 new Indian films each year — about three times the American output. The mainstream Hindi film industry (or “Bollywood”) is a small contributor to that figure, though it usually receives the most attention in both Western and Indian media. Given the vast array of languages, cultures and perspectives across the nation — rather than a single massive entity, India has dozens of parallel film industries differentiated by language — there exists a fascinating cine...
Tags: Movies, India, Nigeria, America, Features, Venice, Shakespeare, Mumbai, New Delhi, Shah, Ama, Samuel, Philip, Assam, Arjun, Shay

Planning a trip to Europe? Avoid these 10 costly mistakes

Planning a trip to Europe this year and deep in the list-making process? Now’s a great time to quickly review your itinerary and “trip strategy” to make sure that you’re not about to make any common mistakes that will add unnecessarily to your travel costs. From hotels to flights, rental cars, and train tickets, there are several things to keep in mind before you hit “book”. Regular readers might recognize a few of these tips from posts in previous years (including “10 Ways to Save Before Leavin...
Tags: Travel, Verizon, Europe, London, France, Advice, Germany, Berlin, Atlanta, Barcelona, Rome, Munich, Paris, Italy, Amsterdam, Portugal

12 of the most unusual places to visit in Venice

12 unusual places to visit in Venice with no crowd Venice is a sophisticated city to visit. With over 400 bridges and canals, a dense labyrinth of small lanes and narrow “calle”,  the best way to explore its lesser-known sites is walking. I love Venice, and because I live only an hour away, it's naturally […] The post 12 of the most unusual places to visit in Venice appeared first on Rocky Travel. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Venus Unwrapped launches at Kings Place, with ‘Barbara Strozzi: Star of Venice’

‘Playing music is for a woman a vain and frivolous thing. And I would wish you to be the most serious and chaste woman alive. Beyond this, if you do not play well your playing will give you little pleasure and not a little embarrassment. … Therefore, set aside thoughts of this frivolity and work to be humble and good and wise and obedient. Don’t let yourself be carried away by these desires, indeed resist them with a strong will.’
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Venus Unwrapped launches at Kings Place, with 'Barbara Strozzi: Star of Venice'

‘Playing music is for a woman a vain and frivolous thing. And I would wish you to be the most serious and chaste woman alive. Beyond this, if you do not play well your playing will give you little pleasure and not a little embarrassment. … Therefore, set aside thoughts of this frivolity and work to be humble and good and wise and obedient. Don’t let yourself be carried away by these desires, indeed resist them with a strong will.’
Tags: Religion, Venice, Kings Place, Barbara Strozzi, Venus Unwrapped

Romantic Destinations Around the World

Love makes the world go round – and in that spirit, let's plan a trip to romantic destinations around the world. Our list includes everything from Miami to Marrakech. All are made for romance but they also make excellent vacation spots for families or friends or solo travelers. Romantic Destinations Our picks for romantic destinations are in no particular order. Click the name to find a cheap flight from your city. We also include links to useful tourism information. Canada & the U.S. De...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Colorado, Bali, Indonesia, France, Thailand, Canada, Hawaii, Morocco, Paris, Athens, Croatia, Miami, Vancouver, Venice

The Gift I Received from My Birthday Trip to Italy

  My friend and former TV news colleague, Denise Vickers, recently returned from a trip to Italy with more than just travel souvenirs and photos. She brings us this reminder that travel is truly all about people and connection.    By Denise Vickers For years I romanticized about spending my 50th birthday in Italy with my husband, Mark. I had been there roughly 25 years prior with my mother and had convinced my husband that my milestone birthday would be unsatisfactory if my passport did not re...
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Panorama City carport fire damages 7 vehicles

PANORAMA CITY — A fire damaged a carport and seven parked vehicles Tuesday in Panorama City, but no one was hurt. Firefighters sent to the 8400 block of Tobias Avenue at 5:04 a.m. doused the flames in 13 minutes, said Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department. The location is near the Panorama Mall. The cause of the fire was under investigation. Related Articles Empty school buses burn in Van Nuys recycling fire Man found dead in fire-damag...
Tags: News, Fire, Sport, Soccer, Venice, Local News, Van Nuys, Woolsey, Sylmar, Los Angeles Fire Department, Wabi Sabi, Panorama City, Top Stories LADN, Brian Humphrey, Tobias Avenue, Crime + Public Safety

Vocal Skyline Rocks the Frari on Epiphany - Venice, Italy

Vocal Skyline rocks the Frari - Photo: Cat Bauer (Venice, Italy) Vocal Skyline, the Venetian choral group, rocked the Frari on Epiphany, kicking off the New Year with a seismic shift. It was the most astonishing concert I have ever seen in a church on a sacred holiday, with tunes by Michael Jackson, Abba, Queen, Cold Play -- even "Mad World" by Gary Jules -- mixed in with more traditional fare, all somehow fitting profoundly into the theme of the Epiphany, updated for contemporary ears. T...
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Free: Download Thousands of Ottoman-Era Photographs That Have Been Digitized and Put Online

“Turkey is a geographical and cultural bridge between the east and the west,” writes Istanbul University’s Gönül Bakay. This was so long before Constantinople became Istanbul, but after the rise of the Ottoman Empire, the region took on a particular significance for Christian Europe. “The Turk” became a threatening and exotic figure in the European imagination, “shaped by a considerable body of literature, stretching from Christopher Marlowe to Thomas Carlyle.” Images of Ottoman Turkey were lon...
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Before they disappear: Treasured UNESCO sites at risk from climate change

Climate change imperils some of the most beloved UNESCO World Heritage Sites -- from the sinking city of Venice to the mass bleaching of Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
Tags: Australia, Cnn, Unesco, Venice

Family travel resolutions for 2019

It’s time for more ambitious family travel goals. The kids are older and they’re ready for more than an overpriced Disney weekend. Maybe it’s time to take them camping. Perhaps you want them to start appreciating art. Or maybe you just want your little ones to be more adventurous. Whether in Broward County or Buenos Aires, there’s a great big world ready to be seen. Follow these family travel resolutions — and start exploring it. 1. Spend more time in the great outdoors. Photo: Monkey Busi...
Tags: Travel, Family, California, Disney, US, America, San Francisco, Barcelona, Chile, Italy, Luxembourg, Venice, Sagrada Familia, Chattanooga, Buenos Aires, Gaudi

Venice will now start charging tourists an entrance fee

If a romantic gondola ride in Venice is on your bucket list for 2019, it will cost you slightly more for the experience now the Italian city has introduced a new 'tax' on tourists.The new charge - known as contributo di sbarco or disembarkation contribution - was announced in a tweet by the city's mayor Luigi Brugnaro at the end of December with the words: "Now the landing contribution to #Venezia is law!"Venice already charges tourists for staying overnight in its hotels - which brought in $38....
Tags: Travel, Europe, Economics, Spain, Tourism, Italy, Innovation, Urban Planning, Venice, Florence, Balearic Islands, World Economic Forum, Basilica, VENEZIA, Rialto Bridge, Piazza San Marco

Empty school buses burn in Van Nuys recycling fire

VAN NUYS — Firefighters put down a stubborn fire Sunday involving some combustible pallets, baled goods and rubbish outside a recycling facility in Van Nuys, which extended into an adjacent bus storage yard and destroyed six empty school buses. There was no structural damage, and no injuries were reported, according to Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department. Firefighters work on a recycling center blaze Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019, in Van Nuys that extended into a school bus storage yard ...
Tags: News, Fire, Sport, Soccer, Venice, Local News, Humphrey, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Daily News, Woolsey, Sylmar, Wabi Sabi, Mike Meadows, Top Stories LADN, Brian Humphrey, Los Angeles Fire Department Firefighters

Treasured UNESCO sites at risk from climate change

From the sinking city of Venice to the mass bleaching of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, climate change is drastically impacting some of the world's most treasured heritage sites.
Tags: News, Australia, Unesco, Stories, Venice

The death of Venice? City’s battles with tourism and flooding reach crisis level

A tax on daytrippers has hit the headlines, but La Serenissima’s mounting problems also include rising waters, angry locals and a potential black mark from UnescoVenice’s Santa Lucia railway station is packed as visitors scuttle across the concourse towards the water-bus stops. Taking a selfie against the backdrop of the Grand Canal, Ciro Esposito and his girlfriend have just arrived and are unimpressed with what may greet them in future if the Venetian authorities get their way: a minimum city ...
Tags: Europe, Business, Environment, Travel & leisure, World news, Italy, Natural disasters and extreme weather, Travel and transport, Flooding, Venice, Santa Lucia, Esposito, La Serenissima, Ciro Esposito