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  • Davidson Hospitality CEO Sees Bright Future For Hotels In 2023, Resort Demand Growing

    Davidson Hospitality CEO Sees Bright Future For Hotels In 2023, Resort Demand Growing

    [ad_1] Thom Geshay, CEO and president, Davidson Hospitality Group Davidson Hospitality Group With the pandemic in the rearview mirror, hospitality companies are gearing up for a travel boom that began a year ago and has no signs of slowing down. According to data from KAYAK’s travel trends forecast for 2023, flight searches are surging, and…

  • Legendary California landmark closed due to storm

    Legendary California landmark closed due to storm

    [ad_1] Santa Barbara’s iconic Stearns Wharf has seen its fair share of excitement since opening over 150 years ago – including natural disasters, fires and civil unrest – and this week’s bomb cyclone storm was no different, forcing the Central Coast city to temporarily close the wharf on Thursday in anticipation of weather-related damages.  Raul…

  • ROBERT HARDMAN visits the Alpine resorts forced to close runs or even shut down entirely

    ROBERT HARDMAN visits the Alpine resorts forced to close runs or even shut down entirely

    [ad_1] At 10.30am this morning, viewers around the globe will be watching Olympian talents charging down an alp at breakneck speeds of up to 70mph in the latest round of skiing’s World Cup. The sell-out crowd of 25,000 at the bottom of the hill will be authentic enough, as will the dangers for the athletes. …

  • Inside the Crown and Anchor, a former curry house that’s been turned into a ‘perfect’ Wiltshire inn

    Inside the Crown and Anchor, a former curry house that’s been turned into a ‘perfect’ Wiltshire inn

    [ad_1] Hot stuff! Inside a former curry house that’s been transformed into a ‘perfect’ pub with rooms in a charming Wiltshire village Jane Knight calls at the Crown and Anchor in the little village of Ham – and finds that it’s a ‘friendly place’ She learns that Clemy Sheffield, an art dealer who is one…

  • Visitors from around the world descend on South Korean ice fishing festival to catch trout

    Visitors from around the world descend on South Korean ice fishing festival to catch trout

    [ad_1] Ice to see you! Visitors from around the world descend on South Korean ice fishing festival to catch trout from holes cut in frozen river Festival-goers are catching fish with both hooks and their bare hands at the festival in Gangwon, Hwacheo Visitors were snapped scrambling for trout as the event kicked off today for…

  • Ditch These Things For A Better Vacation

    Ditch These Things For A Better Vacation

    [ad_1] What should you leave behind before you travel in 2023? Here’s what the experts have to say. getty How do you plan a better trip? Being a contrarian, I think an even better question might be: How do you not plan a better trip? Specifically, what should you leave behind if you want to…

  • San Francisco replica makes Legoland worth the trip

    San Francisco replica makes Legoland worth the trip

    [ad_1] I didn’t know what to expect when I got to Legoland California. I certainly didn’t expect to find San Francisco, but an incredibly detailed replica of the city — with the Golden Gate Bridge and much, much more — is exactly what I got. I may not be a theme park person, but thanks…

  • How to hike safely when snow, ice make mountain trails dicey

    How to hike safely when snow, ice make mountain trails dicey

    [ad_1] Eric Lewis’ Christmas Eve hike up Cucamonga Peak offers a valuable lesson for anyone who’s thinking about scaling the Southern California heights in the snow. Lewis, 57, had been working his way through the SoCal Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge, and Cucamonga was his fifth in the series. But it was the first time he’d…

  • TSA Finds 4-Foot Boa Constrictor In Passenger’s Bag

    TSA Finds 4-Foot Boa Constrictor In Passenger’s Bag

    [ad_1] A boa constrictor was caught in a passenger’s carry-on luggage in Tampa last month. getty A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officer discovered a 4-foot boa constrictor in a passenger’s carry-on bag at Tampa International Airport last month, the agency noted Friday on social media. Though the passenger claimed it was only Bartholomew, her “support…

  • Many California state parks remain closed as more storms hit

    Many California state parks remain closed as more storms hit

    [ad_1] The fallout from this week’s destructive atmospheric river storm has forced California park officials to keep many national and state sites completely or partially closed into the weekend — and possibly longer. California State Parks seems to have taken the brunt of the damage. In all, 46 state parks are totally closed, while 49…

  • Chinese, American airlines ramp up plans for US service

    Chinese, American airlines ramp up plans for US service

    [ad_1] In the latest air travel developments, United and other carriers are planning to revive service to China from San Francisco and other gateways following that country’s decision to drop its most onerous entry restrictions; the U.S. and other nations impose new testing requirements on all travelers coming from China; American Express reopens its Centurion…

  • Singapore to have no restrictions for fully vaccinated travellers from India

    Singapore to have no restrictions for fully vaccinated travellers from India

    [ad_1] Following India`s recent announcement of mandatory negative RT-PCR tests for travellers from six countries, including Singapore, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) would like to highlight that there is no change to Singapore`s current Covid-19 protocol. Fully-vaccinated travellers from India will continue to be able to enter Singapore with no quarantine and testing requirements under…