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Floating breakfasts: the rise of the trend for the hottest luxury hotels

(CNN) – If you follow luxury hotels or travel influencers on Instagram, there’s a good chance you’ve seen at least one “floating breakfast”. In case you don’t know them, here’s what to know: They’re typical high-end hotel room service breakfasts – think toast, fruit, coffee, etc. – served in a …

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Latest coronavirus: US extends border travel ban as Canada reports changes to health rules

Australia’s most populous city is on high alert on Monday after recording two new locally acquired coronavirus infections, as a cluster in the eastern suburbs of Sydney drops to nine cases. Australian chief nurse and midwife Alison McMillan said on Sunday that the two new cases are already known to …

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Representative Issa calls for increased passport services as San Diegans travels again

Representative Darrell Issa on Capitol Hill. Photo courtesy of his office Rep. Darrell Issa has called on the State Department to immediately “restart” the processing of passport applications as the San Diego people resume their overseas travel. In a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Issa urged the State …

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Where to stay in France this summer: new hotels to travel vaccinated

France has officially reopened to international (vaccinated) travelers – and not too soon, say travel agents, who immediately found themselves scrambling to meet demand. “We are already seeing availability problems in July and August,” explains Philip Haslet, co-founder of the French travel specialist. Kairos, speaking of his house in Provence. …

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Anger in travel industry as Germans flock to Mallorca

Mallorca Beach The bosses of Jet2, Easyjet and Manchester Airport have criticized the government for not putting the Balearic Islands, including Mallorca, on the green travel list. The boss of Jet2 said he was “puzzled” as to why they could not fly to these destinations. While travel to the UK …

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WTTC strives to advance sustainability in reopening travel and tourism

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) launched a new report on June 16, “Rethinking single-use plastic products in travel and tourism”, highlighting the complexity of the problem and offering potential solutions to businesses. within the industry. The travel and tourism industry is …

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Before the pandemic, airports needed $ 115 billion in infrastructure repairs. Then travel dried up and income collapsed.

When low-cost airline Avelo Airlines launched the first of 11 new small-town and secondary airport routes from the 14-gate Hollywood Burbank Airport in April, it raised the profile of the airport. as an alternative to Los Angeles International – and shed light on its outdated facilities. “The existing terminal is …

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Heat waves can sometimes cause problems with plane and land travel – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – You probably don’t think about travel delays if it’s hot, sunny and dry outside. But as the summer heat becomes extreme, these delays can happen to those traveling by land or air. When it comes to flying, a potential problem can arise during take off, especially for …

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Saga Says February-May Business Travel Cash Consumption at Lower End of Forecast

By Anthony O. Goriainoff Saga PLC said on Monday that its travel business’s cash consumption for the four months ended May 31 was at the lower end of its previous forecast of seven to nine million pounds (9.9 million to 12.7 million pounds). dollars) per month, subject to government restrictions. …

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Eager to travel, Americans reserve Sun Belt beach, city stays as pandemic subsides

Miami Beach, Florida Artur Debate | instant | Getty Images Interest in travel is increasing as the pandemic ends, and locked-in Americans are eager to get back on the road, two recent surveys have revealed. Travelers are considering booking trips to warm, sunny national climates – whether it’s cities or …

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