Month: December 2021

(CNN) — On Christmas morning 2011, Linda Wenger boarded a Metro-North train from New York’s Grand Central Station to head upstate to Katonah. She was in her mid-50s and had been divorced for 10 years. Her daughters always spent the holidays with her ex-husband — Wenger is Jewish, so she didn’t have much affiliation with
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(CNN) — Nothing much lies on Qatar’s border with Saudi Arabia. A few sunbaked outposts and miles and miles of vast, empty desert in all directions. Then, earlier this year, something very different appeared in the middle of this nowhere: A huge, gleaming luxury hotel complex, complete with its own theme park. The Hilton Salwa
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Expert guide to Cortina d’Ampezzo Overview Hotels Restaurants Après ski Snow reports Cortina is a town not a village and choosing a convenient place to stay is important. The best place is near the car-free Corsa Italia, within walking distance of the cable car into the Faloria ski area and the central bus station –
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Plant-based eating is not the same as being vegan, according to Therese Elgquist, a food blogger, recipe creator and culinary expert who is a prominent voice for the plant-based movement in Sweden, her home country. In Elgquist’s opinion, being vegan implies following a strict lifestyle; whereas, plant-based simply means incorporating plants into your diet—something she
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International air travel will likely remain sluggish in the near term as uncertainties over the omicron Covid variant linger, according to an aviation analyst. Brendan Sobie, independent analyst at Sobie Aviation, said omicron has hit passenger confidence in “travel right now because things are changing every day.” “The recovery we were hoping we were going
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(CNN) — The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have joined forces in the fight against unruly airplane passengers. The two organizations released a statement declaring that travelers who cause difficulties can lose their TSA PreCheck credentials. “Our partnership aims to promote safe and responsible passenger behavior,” FAA Administrator Steve Dickson said
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The Omicron variant of the coronavirus might alter many December celebrations (after 22 months of pivoting, we’ve got this, right?), but for those who still want to raise a glass—be it at home or in a friends-and-family pod—here are some picks from the pros. Ashley Rawlinson, founder and owner of HERitage Wines, a lifestyle consultancy in
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Carol Yepes via Getty Images Fun fact: Snow globes count as a liquid. Although the omicron variant of the coronavirus has forced many people to alter their Christmas plans, holiday travel still appears to be in full swing. In the past four days alone, the Transportation Security Administration has screened more than 2 million passengers
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(credit: Christian Horan) Southwest Montana welcomes its first luxury resort to the destination with the opening of Montage Big Sky located in Big Sky, less than an hour from Yellowstone National Park. Surrounded by vast wilderness, the resort is set on 3,530 acres and epitomizes today’s sense of luxury with its distinctive amenities and beautiful
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