Month: November 2022

Culture-crammed cities and sky-high drives, terraced vines and turreted medieval castles, glacier-frosted mountains and one ravishing Alpine view after the next – Switzerland packs a whole lot into a little land. Enjoying everything Switzerland has to offer is the easy part, but figuring out the country’s entry requirements can, in some circumstances, be less straightforward.
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Safe, affordable and thoroughly enjoyable, Malawi – dubbed the Warm Heart of Africa – has long been a favorite chillout destination for travelers crossing between eastern and southern Africa. It is technically a landlocked country, but its most popular attraction and dominant geographic feature is Lake Malawi, which runs for an incredible 560km (350miles) through
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For the grump, the snark and the sulky drinker in your life. I’m not sure how or when wine snarkiness started. Retro images</a> overlaid with coy references to drinking have been around since the early 2000s, followed by the ubiquitous a story in Wine Enthusiast magazine suggested the &#x201C;wine mom meme&#x201D; gave the movement some legitimacy. Urbandictionary, the story reported, coined the term &#x201C;wine mom&#x201D; in 2015&#x2014;and it&#x2019;s still going strong, as evidenced by Instagram accounts such as <a href="https://www.instagram.com/mommywinetime" target="_blank" class="color-link" title="https://www.instagram.com/mommywinetime" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" data-ga-track="ExternalLink:https://www.instagram.com/mommywinetime" aria-label="@mommywinetime">@mommywinetime (267K followers) and
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Most of the corn grown in the US has been improved using biotechnology to provide protection from insect damage and/or herbicide tolerance. The insect resistance trait has the additional benefit of reducing mycotoxin contamination of the grain, and herbicide tolerance trait has been instrumental in expanding the use of no-till farming methods which are central
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Baby, it’s cold outside—but that doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors. From bobsledding like an Olympian to viewing the Northern Lights, here are 10 destinations to hit before the snow melts. Snowstorms used to mean long days spent making snow angels and having snowball fights followed by big mugs of hot cocoa topped with
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While your ski skill level will help to narrow down where to go, all of these locations offer the chance to escape the city and get some fresh air in the sprawling Swiss countryside. Expect panoramic views, enchanted forests and most importantly, world-class skiing.  Check out these six affordable and easily-reached ski villages from Zürich, where
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Buckle your seat belts because from Thanksgiving ‘til end of year, there is no holiday, fake holiday or shopping day too ridiculous for wine pairings. And, just exactly what kind of wine goes with Cyber Monday? I can’t purport to tell you that—I mean what do you pair with a 200-inch Smart TV? Or a
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