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Tom Kerridge to open Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at Corinthia Hotel London, September 2018 | Travel News

Tom Kerridge to open Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at Corinthia Hotel London, September 2018 | Travel News

L-R – Chef Nick Beardshaw and Chef Tom Kerridge / Photo courtesy ofJohn Carey Corinthia Hotel London is proud to announce that the renowned Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, will open his first London restaurant, Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, at the hotel this September 2018. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill will be a relaxed brasserie-style dining room with adjacent bar open all ...

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Golden Princess to Return to Melbourne

Golden Princess to Return to Melbourne

Published in: Cruise News Princess Cruises’ Golden Princess will return to Melbourne in October for her summer 2018-2019 season with an array of new features following a multi-million dollar refurbishment last month as the line prepares to celebrate 10 years since their first summer season from Victoria. The Golden Princess will complete nine roundtrip itineraries from Melbourne to New Zealand ...

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Crow Peak – where the plains and hills collide

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By Robin EH. Bagley If you’re road-tripping along Interstate 90 in the Great Plains, it’s hard to miss the Black Hills, an island of tree-covered mountains in the middle of an ocean of prairie. The Black Hills, or Paha Sapa to the native peoples of the Northern Plains, are entirely unexpected but offer fantastic hiking and camping opportunities. Plan a ...

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What the Ice Age West Predicts About Our Future

What the Ice Age West Predicts About Our Future

On a dry lake basin in northwest Nevada is a series of rock art panels dated to 14,800 years ago, the oldest petroglyphs in North America. A carbon-bearing mineral formed every time Lake Lahontan rose and inundated the rock art, leaving a patina that could be dated. The layers of patina span from 14,800 to about 10,500 years ago, glyphs ...

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Staying on an Enchanting Olive Farm in Puglia

Masseria Il Frantoio review - a beautiful farm stay or masseria in Ostuni, Puglia

Masseria Il Frantoio is the best place we’ve stayed in Puglia. In fact, it’s the best place we’ve stayed in all of Italy. This 500-year-old organic olive farm is a magical place with thousand-year-old olive trees, an enchanting flower-filled courtyard, and epic multi-course dinners made with produce from the farm. We love the feeling of peace and immersion in nature ...

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Carnival Cruise Ship Named Best Refurbished Ship of the Year

Carnival Cruise Ship Named Best Refurbished Ship of the Year

Carnival Cruise Line continues to pour millions into updating their cruise ships and of their ships was recently named the Best Refurbished Cruise Ship. Carnival Elation took home the honor as Best Refurbished Cruise Ship in the TravelAgeWest WAVE Awards. The cruise ship underwent a multi-million dollar renovation this past October that included the addition of 38 new staterooms, 98 ...

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Where to see some of the world’s great animal migrations

Where to see some of the world's great animal migrations

National Geographic Journeys with G Adventures introduces you to the lands with the planet’s greatest migrations: animals making the long journey for survival. Watch for wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, and more as they graze their way through Tanzania’s Serengeti grasslands. Take to Iceland’s waters to observe migrating minke and humpback whales breaching the ocean surface. Visit the Sea Turtle Conservancy, founded ...

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The 50 Campfires GEARBOX #003

The 50 Campfires GEARBOX #003

Posted by: 50 Campfires in Camping Gear Welcome to the GEARBOX! Every month we showcase the gear that rolls through the 50 Campfires headquarters – and there’s a LOT of it. We pick our favorites and tell you what we like, and who we think needs it. Catch it here every ...

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Solo Female Travel in Lebanon: Is it Safe?

Solo Female Travel in Lebanon: Is it Safe?

I just got back from my first trip to Lebanon, and I traveled solo. I had a great time! As a woman who writes about solo female travel for a living, I purposely went to Lebanon because there is almost no information online about traveling Lebanon alone as a woman. I wanted to do the on-the-ground research for myself. And ...

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