An international air traveler is cleared by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer inside the U.S. Customs and Immigration area at Dulles International Airport. Paul J. Richards | AFP | Getty Images A computer problem on Friday prevented U.S. immigration officials from processing arrivals at airports around the country, officials said. It wasn’t immediately
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(CNN) — The globe is criss-crossed a million times over with flight routes, buzzing with planes throughout the day. Sometimes market forces and competitive advantage come together to make some routes more lucrative than others. One route stands out from all the rest, the only one to break the billion-dollar barrier: British Airways’ service between
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The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival, which runs from October 24 to 27 in London’s Battersea Park, has announced Snow-Camp as its official charity partner. Snow-Camp is the only UK charity to use snow sports as a way to help inner-city young people transform their lives and skills. As part of the collaboration the Festival,
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As travelers became more invested in connecting to a destination, immersive opportunities to embrace an explicit sense of place have emerged – particularly within the culinary verticals. Trends like farm-to-table, dock-to dish and chef’s tasting menus often showcase local, fresh ingredients. However, it is indigenous cuisine that’s now on the rise, providing restaurants the opportunity
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Anthony Myint at Mission Chinese Food. Tamara Palmer Anthony Myint, San Francisco-based environmental activist, chef, restaurateur, author and food consultant has been awarded the 2019 Basque Culinary World Prize. The Basque Culinary World Prize awards a single winner with €100,000 based on their “transformative” good works in the fields of education, health, research, sustainability, social
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(CNN) — You wake up and eat breakfast on your private balcony, admiring majestic views of the ocean. You dock in port after port, crisscrossing the Mediterranean — from the canals of Venice to the red roofs of Dubrovnik and back. Or you travel down the German Rhine or beach-hop in the Caribbean. At each
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(CNN) — Itching to go to the Rainbow State but balling on a budget? Good news: Southwest Airlines is expanding its service from California to Hawaii starting in mid-January. The airline announced that it’s starting daily service between Sacramento International Airport and Honolulu. Southwest is also offering new nonstop service between the islands and airports
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In a country where nature has superseded its urban offerings, visits to New Zealand’s cities are usually quick and mandatory en route to a more remote part of the island. But Auckland – the country’s largest city – is beautiful and buzzing with potential as the harbor-city looks to welcome back the America’s Cup in
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No city or town in the United States can beat Austin, Texas, when it comes to barbecue. Mouth-watering BBQ restaurants in many other locales may challenge that bold statement, but Austin-based food writer Rob Balon says it’s true. “Austin BBQ is superior to the much ballyhooed smoked meats one finds in Kansas City, Memphis and
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(CNN) — Animal rights campaigners have called on tourists in Sri Lanka to boycott elephant attractions after photographs of a malnourished femalereportedly used in a festival were circulated online. Images of the emaciated elephant were shared by Save Elephant Foundation to raise awareness of exploitation in captivity. “This is Tikiri, a 70 year old ailing
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