(CNN) — We spend a lot of time celebrating aviation’s brashest achievements — biggest, fastest, longest. And when it comes to investing and improving, airlines often focus on the premium customer: offering larger beds and better first-class cabins. But for most of us, the everyday reality of travel is economy and short-haul, and that can
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National Geographic Traveler magazine’s list of 28 “must see” destinations and travel experiences for 2019 is broken out into suggestions for city lovers, nature lovers and those in search of culture and adventure. The expansive list includes Greenland, Macedonia, the Canterbury region of New Zealand and design-themed jaunt along Germany’s Bauhaus Trail. For 2019, National
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Sunset in Saskatoon — Photo courtesy of iStock / Dougall_Photography Surrounded by shimmering wheat fields in southern Saskatchewan lies Canada’s fastest growing city: Saskatoon. Known as the “Paris of the Prairies” for its eight bridges that span the South Saskatchewan River, this small city is vibrant with natural, cultural, and culinary delights. In addition to
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Kimura’s purchase doubled the previous record of 155 million yen, set at the 2013 annual New Year’s auction. The valuable and vulnerable fish tipped the scales at 612 pounds (278 kg). The president of sushi restaurant chain Sushi-Zanmai said he was startled by how high the price went but not dissuaded from topping the record.
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From sandy windswept strands to pebble-strewn coves and mud-slicked bays, we have a fantastic range of beachcomber beaches along our nibbled coast. And winter is the perfect time for scavenging, with post-stormy days yielding plenty of washed-up wonders. Everything natural on the beach tells a story – so this is a great way to entertain
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(CNN) — It’s prime time to start booking summer vacations, but for millions of people, the looming threat of Britain crashing chaotically out of the European Union could transform their annual break into a misery of delays, cancellations and bureaucratic nightmares. Travelers seeking to head in or out of the UK face so many uncertainties
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As part of our Travel Truths series we have unravelled the many mysteries of modern aviation: like what happens when you flush a plane loo and why cabin lights are dimmed during takeoff and landing. The latest question we’re endeavouring to answer is one that many frequent fliers will have pondered: why exactly are there
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(CNN) — Historically, January has been a great time to scoop up discount deals on airfares for the year. This year, however, would-be travelers will have to double- and triple-check search results to make sure their fares include an important element: A preboarding seat assignment. The reality is the sign of a curious new travel
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(CNN) — The partial government shutdown in the United States raises all sorts of questions for travelers on topics from aviation safety and security to passports and national parks. Here’s where things stand on travel: Many national parks open, without facilities Although National Park Service sites across the country have been closed during previous government
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The festive season’s done and it’s a long haul to the Easter holidays, but this month’s not all gloom and doom. Yes deal Well, it looks like we find ourselves at an impasse. Nobody voted for it, nobody likes it – and there’s no room for negotiation. But January means January, and it’s the will
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