Month: November 2018

Now that December is approaching, it’s time to look ahead at how people will eat next year. From more automation to new flavors and “motherless meat,” here are the top dining trends in 2019, according to the latest report by global food, restaurant and hotel consultancy Baum + Whiteman. More people will eat at home Why
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(CNN) — HNL — MAJ — KWA — KSA — PNI – TKK — GUM. That’s Honolulu — Majuro — Kwajalein — Kosrae — Pohnpei — Chuuk — Guam. You’ll definitely want a window seat. Aviation geeks call it “the holy grail of flight routes.” For contractors it’s one of the world’s most picturesque commutes,
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What makes a trip to the Cotswolds a perennially popular choice for a countryside escape? It might be the honey-hued villages or patchwork of green meadows. It might be the tranquilty. But there’s one definite lure that will keep you coming back: the impressive foodie scene, with a string of pubs and hotels beckoning any discerning
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(CNN) — Reggae music nowadays seems as ubiquitous to the beaches of Southeast Asia and dorm rooms of Boston as it does to its Jamaican homeland. Now the genre that evolved in the 1960s has been added to the list of global cultural treasures by UNESCO, the United Nation’s cultural and scientific agency. The sound,
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(CNN) — There’s no slowing China’s high-speed rail ambitions. Beijing has just green lighted a project to build the country’s first underwater bullet train route. The line will connect Ningbo, a port city south of Shanghai, to Zhoushan, an archipelago off the east coast. The proposed underwater tunnel will be a part of the 77-kilometer
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Fans of the Amazon Prime series Vikings will be rewarded for their patience today when the second installment of season five finally airs after almost a year’s hiatus. The series, commissioned by the History Channel, first hit screens back in 2013 and depicts the life of the legendary Ragnar Lothbrok, his family and friends. Scenes
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(CNN) — Originally designed as a temporary attraction to celebrate the new Millennium, the London Eye has long surpassed its intended five-year shelf life to become the most popular paid-for attraction in the UK. Standing 443 feet tall over the River Thames, each 30-minute rotation grants ever-changing, 360-degree views spanning the length and breadth of
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Travellers from Britain often choose the Mediterranean for their first cruise, not only for its convenience to the UK but also for the region’s vast range of cruise itineraries and experiences. Mediterranean cruises ply the waters of the Iberian peninsula, circumnavigate Italy, island-hop in Greece and sail east to Turkey and south to North Africa. Along
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About Lydia Schrandt Lydia, Senior Photo Editor and Readers’ Choice Production Manager for USA TODAY 10Best, has traveled to more than 40 countries in Europe, Asia and North and South America, and has lived in Albuquerque, Galveston, Austin, Thailand, Korea, China, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Spain and now Houston. When she’s not at her computer
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