Photo courtesy of iStock / michaelquirk Mermaids, martians and mysterious lights America’s highways and interstates are dotted with kitschy theme parks, bizarre curiosities, larger-than-life fiberglass animals and “world’s largest” objects. As the U.S. highways system expanded in the 1930s, so did competition to lure drivers to stop (and spend their money). With the popularity of
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Chocolate box villages, thatched cottages rolling hills… and celebs in residence aplenty. What’s not to love? Team Stella round up the cream of the Cotswolds crop. The Fish Hotel, Broadway, Worcestershire Best for… A back-to-nature hideaway It’s the stuff of childhood dreams: the chance to spend a night in a treehouse, but with all the
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Delta Air Lines passenger planes are seen parked due to flight reductions made to slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport in Birmingham, Alabama, March 25, 2020. Elijah Nouvelage | Reuters Delta Air Lines will have more flight attendants than needed into next summer and have asked cabin crews to take as
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In the African bush, safari tourism and wildlife have long enjoyed a symbiotic relationship, depending on each other for survival. The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a devastating blow to the continent’s tourism sector, estimated to be worth around US$38 billion in 2018. Consequently, Africa’s vulnerable wildlife has been hit hard too. A new initiative, Ride4Rangers,
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Transportation Security Administration agents help travelers place their bags through the 3-D scanner at the Miami International Airport on May 21, 2019 in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle | Getty Images The State Department has lifted its advisory against international travel for U.S. citizens after nearly five months, saying it instead would evaluate each country.  “With health
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Pittsburgh, 2019 — A woman poses during the second annual Fresh Fest, a beer festival dedicated to … [+] showcasing Black brewers and artists, along with those from Pittsburgh. Reddvision The team behind the nation’s first all-Black beer festival is breaking new ground again. Forced to cancel its third annual Pittsburgh gathering because of COVID,
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