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First, Fully Digital Hotel to Open in Northern Europe

about London, United Kingdom

It’s in the heart of one of the most historic neighborhoods in London. But this hotel has become a symbol of the future of travel.ibis Styles London Gloucester Road is in Kensington, within easy strolling distance of some of the...

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Meet the Stingray Whisperer of the Bahamas

about The Bahamas

They are the laid back cousin of sharks, majestically pre-historic looking, and spellbinding in footage ‘flying’ through the ocean on ‘wings’. Stingrays are not as dangerous as their name implies, and for one eco-tour operator on Grand Bahama Island, they...

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'Astro' Travel Will Have You 'Seeing Stars'

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International Dark Sky Week, held during the week of the new moon each April, calls for people worldwide to turn out their lights and take in the beauty of the night sky without light pollution dimming its brilliance. It’s also an...

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Cruise Ships: New, Improved, and Coming Soon

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The latest designs, innovations, and features, in a sparkling white cruise ship gliding over the waves. If that’s not enough to get you excited about taking a cruise on a new ship, there’s always ‘new ship smell’. A new cruise ship...

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The 'Happiest Place on Earth' Becomes the 'Sweetest' with New M&M's Experiential Store

about Orlando, Florida

Everyone with a sweet tooth has a reason to celebrate the newest store opening at Disney Springs in the heart of Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.The M&M’s store is not just a place to pick up a bag of...

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4 Top Reasons to Make a Vacation Rental Your Next Holiday - Plus Booking Tips

Vacation rentals were the fastest growing type of holiday accommodation even before the pandemic. With types of rental homes ranging from urban apartments to beach villas, farmhouses to ski chalets or even castles, the trend towards non-hotel stays is likely...

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Yes, You Can Cruise Again - This Summer! Here's How.

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No sailing in American or Canadian waters yet? No problem! That’s what at least three cruise lines – so far - are saying.Plus, some other lines confirming they’re able to start cruising despite restrictions.Especially if you’re one of the millions of people...

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One Trail Walk Takes You Across the 2 Highest New Suspension Bridges

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The Golden Skybridge features not one, but two expansive suspension bridges connected by forested trails – right at the edge of two legendary mountain ranges.Visitors embark on a 3k (nearly 2 mile) nature walk weaving throughout parkland and across two...

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‘One-Year Later’ In Cruising

In the face of an unprecedented pandemic, the cruise industry resolved to make science-led, people-first decisions at every step.The cruise industry supports the worldwide effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19—overcoming the pandemic is critical to the long-term recovery of...

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'Pandemic Pivots' in Travel We Hope Will Stick Around Forever

about North America, Anywhere

Necessity is the mother of Invention, they say, and the pandemic, while it has shut down travel, has also inspired some innovations we love – and are hoping will stay with us long after travel is back to full swing....

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World's Longest River Cruise Set for 2023

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46 nights. 7 rivers. 14 countries. You’ve heard of ocean ‘World Cruises’. This is the first of its kind for river cruising and may be the start of a whole new river cruise travel trend. The longest-ever river cruise itinerary is the...

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Why 'Coming Home' is the Best Way to Discover Your Irish Ancestry

about Ireland

St. Patrick’s Day finds most of us rooting around in our closets for a green sweater to fulfill the ‘wearing of the green’ on a day that they say ‘everyone is a little bit Irish.’ For more and more people,...

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