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Boat of the Week: This 85-Foot All-Aluminum Explorer Feels More Like an Industrial Loft—and That’s the Point
The Arksen 85 is a total design reset: Its open-plan layout turns owners and crew into buddies, and costs get defrayed via shared ownership.
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Cathay Pacific is offering thousands of dollars in bonuses to pilots just to encourage them to fly into Hong Kong where they're enduring long quarantines
Cathay Pacific pilots who fly so-called "closed-loop" flights could make up to HK$96,000 ($12,300) in bonuses, Bloomberg reported.
Flight Attendants Are Calling Out The Most Entitled Things Passengers Have Done, And I'm Honestly Taken Aback
"A first-class passenger pooped on the floor of the restroom. He wasn’t drunk or anything. It was just pure disrespect."View Entire Post ›
Oh, and the lazy river doubles as a waterfront infinity pool.
Real estate in general has long been a way for Americans to generate wealth. However, most Americans don't venture outside of their primary residence when it comes to investing in real estate. Owning...
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An American Airlines flight from Miami to London this week turned around and headed back to the U.S. after a passenger refused to wear a face mask.
Walt Disney regularly raises prices because higher prices never seem to damp demand for tickets to its theme parks. At Walt Disney World, the Burbank, Calif., company has found ways to bring ticket prices higher while cutting back on services like its Magical Express, which once provided free transportation from the airport to the company's on-property hotels. The theme-park company has also cut back on live entertainment at Disney World during the pandemic (ostensibly for social distancing reasons) and certain live shows have been slow to return.
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It can reportedly reach a top speed of 30 knots at full tilt.
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More avalanche forecast information is gathered and made readily available on social media, apps and websites than ever before. The death toll remains
- Miami Herald
A London-bound American Airlines flight that left Miami had to turn back more than an hour into its trip after a passenger refused to wear a mask and became “disruptive,” the airline said.
A vacation to Disney World can be a magical experience, but just like there are many paths to Space Mountain, there is no one price tag for the trip. The average cost for a Disney World vacation for a...
Enjoy Alaia Belize on the beach, at the pool, or under the sea.
Vail Resorts fared better over MLK weekend than the December holidays, but still faces criticism for poor skier experiences.
Planning your next island getaway? Here are eight of the best all-inclusive resorts in the Bahamas.
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Lunar New Year celebrations return to Disney California Adventure Park Friday, for the first time since the park's pandemic closure.
- The Telegraph
In 2020 and again in 2021, when most countries closed their borders in an effort to manage local coronavirus outbreaks, Mexico went it pretty much alone. Even at the peak of the first wave, the country didn’t demand visitors present a negative PCR test. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador insisted, throughout the period, that the economy had to be protected from Covid-19. Thus, in 2020, Mexico was the third most visited country in the world. Last year, according to travel data consultancy Forw
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One-way fares for ultra-low cost Lynx Air will start at $39 in April.
When Dwight Law's father died in November, the Shanghai-based U.S. expat flew back to Kansas, leaving his wife and dog behind in China while he attended to matters relating to his father's death. Law, who runs an architecture and design firm, has lived in Shanghai for 20 years and had expected to return last week. But with dozens of flights between China and the United States suspended by Chinese authorities because of passengers testing positive for COVID-19 on arrival, finding a flight back even in February is proving near-impossible and posing a threat to Law's company.
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A slew of residencies, Nobu Hotel renovations, the rebirth of an iconic nightclub and restaurants of all kinds are coming to Las Vegas this year.