Month: February 2021

These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest guidance before travelling. Our writer visited these hotels prior to the pandemic. Hotels in France understand how to keep both parents and les enfants happy on any budget, whether it’s a fairytale châteaux, beachside condo, urban palace or playful wood cabin
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Classic Margarita cocktails for National Margarita Day, February 22nd. getty National Margarita Day is February 22nd and while hospitality outlets remain closed, thanks to the global Covid-19 pandemic, some of London’s favorite bars are ensuring that everyone can enjoy plenty of Margaritas at home, with a wide variety of pre-bottled cocktails and Margarita making kits available for nationwide delivery.
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Is wine kept in a vault because it costs a fortune? getty The wine industry’s term for a “premium wine” is one that costs about $15, which may come as a surprise to those who peruse their wine shop shelves and find that few wines not bottled in jugs by the largest commercial wineries come
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Post-harvest Sagrantino vines, Montefalco, Umbria ©Tom Hyland Among Italy’s most celebrated reds, there are many that define greatness; such wines include Barolo and Barbaresco from Piedmont, Brunello di Montalcino from Tuscany, Amarone from Veneto, and Taurasi from Campania. These iconic wines are among the world’s most famous and help Italy maintain its status as one
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A JetBlue Airways plane taxis next to American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Alaska Airlines aircraft at Reagan National Airport (DCA) in Arlington, Virginia, on Monday, April 6, 2020. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images The oil rally is taking jet-fuel along for the ride, posing another headache for airlines still struggling from depressed
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Feb. 17th, 2021 Hurtigruten, the world leader in exploration travel, has appointed John Downey as President for the Americas, based in its Seattle regional headquarters. Downey will be responsible for Hurtigruten’s commercial growth strategy in collaboration with the company’s senior leadership team.  Downey’s appointment comes at a strategic juncture in Hurtigruten’s growth. Already the recognized
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Shinichi Yasui has a rare combination of passions. Shinichi Yasui Engineering and wine aren’t things you’d typically think are related. But for Shinichi Yasui, EVP of Toyota Motor North America, Research and Development, those two opposites make the perfect pair. In fact, it was his manufacturing career that spurred his interest in the wine industry,
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(CNN) — French shipyard Chantiers de l’Atlantique is planning to construct cruise ships topped by striking 80 meter “eco-friendly” paneled sails, made of fiberglass and carbon. The Solid Sail/AeolDrive concept would reduce cruise emissions by up to 50%, according to the shipyard. Chantiers de l’Atlantique — behind top vessels including MSC Grandiosa and Celebrity Apex
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