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With 200 miles of coastline, more than 170 volcanoes, multiple archeological sites with Mayan ruins and a rich coffee and cacao farming tradition, El Salvador is a wonderland for surfing, adventuring and relaxing.  Unfortunately, the country’s reputation abroad usually has more to do with danger than hiking trails – and understandably so.  Ravaged by a
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Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin In a widely expected move on Wednesday, the Federal Reserve wrapped up its two-day policy meeting by announcing a third consecutive 75-basis-point interest rate hike, raising borrowing costs to their highest level since the Great Recession. Stocks immediately tanked in volatile trading after the news, and
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Bermuda’s eclectic cuisine is a reflection of its history, from the accidental arrival on an uninhabited island by English survivors from the Sea Venture shipwreck, through centuries of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people, to the arrival of Portuguese farmers from the Azores. British, African, Portuguese and West Indian culinary influences, ingredients and traditional techniques
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Comfy footwear and a good sense of direction will get you far and wide in Amsterdam. It’s one of the easiest European cities to get around. The Dutch capital’s center is easily walkable since it’s so compact – perhaps a little too so as it tends to get very crowded. Luckily, public transport, connecting central
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Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Climate Week in New York City has me buzzing. On Tuesday at Forbes’ inaugural Sustainability Leaders Summit, I led two back-to-back fireside chats about whether modern agriculture—built on cheap energy, free water and consistent weather—is actually a house of cards. Fifth-generation Alabama farmer Kyle Bridgeforth kicked
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As a woman who travels solo to do research, I’ve learned that there’s more to traveling safely than just being aware of my surroundings and staying away from sketchy hotels. Keeping one step ahead of identity thieves is just as important as keeping yourself physically safe. Whether you’re traveling alone, with a companion—or even with
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Editor’s Note — Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. Get news about destinations opening and closing, inspiration for future adventures, plus the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. London (CNN) — From Covid to chaos, it’s been another bumpy year for the aviation industry.
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“Violence against another person” is by far the most common criminal offense reported in U.K. hotels, new data shows.  Statistics from eight police forces across the U.K. show there were 4,589 allegations of violence and 1,307 of public disorder — which often involves intimidation or the threat of violence — in hotels, motels and guesthouses
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Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, is captivating in its own right: from the sprawling Fushimi Inari-Taisha shrine to the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove in the western suburbs. But its location at the heart of the Kansai region makes it a great base for exploring farther afield, including nearby castles and fabled hot springs.  These are the
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Jamaica is its own ting man, unlike any other place. Be it the creativity of its arts scene, the cuisine or the culture that birthed reggae music, Jamaica lives up to the hype as one of the most popular Caribbean destinations. The 14 unique parishes encourage a slower type of travel, which explains why so many visitors find themselves coming back
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Broiling heat in the middle of the worst drought in 1,200 years has strained the state’s underground water supply, pitting the Central Valley’s $20 billion agriculture industry against many of its own workers. Nature has a way of telling people when their wells are running dry. In California’s Central Valley, where 40% of the fresh
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Vast landscapes stretch between volcanoes and ice-capped mountains. Coastal roads snake around fjords, passing fishing villages, isolated churches and the odd sheep bleating on the roadside. Iceland’s countryside is as diverse as it is grand. It’s also relatively tiny – at roughly 40,000 sq miles, it’s a tad smaller than the state of Ohio. But
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Linda Fasteson For a relaxing getaway in a place known for the quality of its gastronomy, accommodations, spas, and authentic cultural experiences you need look no farther than Canada’s French-speaking province of Quebec.  Its official language is French, but since both French and English are national languages, there’s the charm of its European flair along
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In this article TCOM Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT BEIJING — Hotel reservations in China have surpassed pre-pandemic levels since late June, booking site Trip.com said Thursday. Trip.com shares briefly fell by more than 7% Thursday in Hong Kong trading, before recovering slightly to close 4.5% lower. New York-listed shares dropped 8.5% lower overnight,
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