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  • 1 February

    We have picked the best luxury hotels in Tel Aviv to help you decide where to stay on your next vacation to this magnificent destination. Our top 10 best luxury hotels in Israel all offer the perfect place for your next getaway, whether its a trip to absorb cultural and historic attractions or you just […]

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  • 1 February

    Carnival Corporation and Costa Cruises report that Italian health officials have diagnosed a passenger onboard the Costa Smeralda as having the flu. The ship’s turnaround in Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, had been delayed Thursday while the passenger was tested for coronavirus.  Carnival Corp. said that the ship was cleared to resume its Mediterranean program on Friday. […]

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  • 31 January

    Travelers who have visited mainland China within 30 days of their voyage with Regent Seven Seas Cruises will not be allowed to board, the cruise line has said in a statement, as a precaution against spreading the coronavirus. One cruise line, Costa Cruises, had one of its ships locked down in Italy on Thursday as health […]

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  • 31 January

    South African Airways (SAA) has released an update on its business rescue plan. The airline reports that it, along with the Departments of Public Enterprises and National Treasury, has been successful in obtaining the balance of the post-commencement funding required to meet the short-term liquidity requirements of the airline for the period until the business […]

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  • 31 January

    Israel offers ancient sites, beautiful beaches and luxury hotels. We have picked the top 10 best luxury hotels in Israel to help you decide where to stay on your next vacation to this magnificent destination. Our top 10 best luxury hotels all offer the perfect place for your next getaway, whether its a trip to […]

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  • 31 January

    A suspected case of the coronavirus onboard Costa Cruises’ Costa Smeralda has prevented passengers from disembarking the ship in Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, as originally scheduled. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) is meeting again to consider an emergency declaration as the virus continues to spread.  The cruise line said that a 54-year-old woman from Macau and her traveling companion were placed in isolation in […]

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  • 30 January

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared the coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency of international concern, the organization announced in a press conference Thursday. The organization says that its greatest concern is the potential for the virus to continue to spread to other countries, particularly those with weaker health systems.  “So far we […]

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  • 30 January

    Posted: 1/30/2020 | January 30th, 2020 A new year brings a new sense of possibility as we create new goals to help us get closer to that ideal self we have in our mind. And one of those goals usually involves trying to travel more. But when you are starved for time and money, travel […]

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  • 30 January

    From Aman to Fauchon, a number of new hospitality brands are opening in Kyoto, creating a hotel boom in Japan’s ancient imperial capital. One of the new hotels we’re most excited about?  Ace Hotel Kyoto will debut in April, and we just got new details to share. As we’ve previously reported, this will be the […]

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  • 30 January

    Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. reports that it has cancelled three sailings through February 8 on Spectrum of the Seas due to the spread of the coronavirus, which is currently its only ship homeported in China. The company made the announcement as part of the release of the date for its fourth quarter earnings call.  Royal […]

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