Month: November 2021

Want your holiday spending dollars to go further this year? Consider buying your beer, wine, spirits and other beverages from companies that contribute to community. Here are a few that turn your purchases directly into unique or interesting philanthropic endeavors.  BEER Can’d Aid Backers of the foundation run by the company that brings you brands
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Episode 2 of a multi part series documenting the epic road trip adventure Louis and 14 heroes embarked on driving 9000 miles across the USA in a school bus in late 2011 These road trip videos are dedicated to our friend Marcus Hughes-Hallett who sadly drowned on a family holiday in 2012 Please Like/Fav/Subscribe and
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Expert guide to Val Thorens Overview Hotels Restaurants Apres ski Snow reports Europe’s most superlative ski resort At 2,300m purpose-built Val Thorens is not only the highest resort in the 600km Trois Vallées ski area that also includes Courchevel, Méribel and Les Menuires, but the highest in Europe. Its lofty altitude means that its doorstep slopes have guaranteed snow cover from November
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The UK Government announced the addition of four more countries to the travel red list, as concerns grow over the omicron Covid variant, first detected in South Africa.  Angola, Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia have joined the six countries placed on the revived red list on Friday November 26 – South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) and Lesotho. All flights from the 10 countries
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Travelers walk through Terminal A at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport November 23, 2021 in Arlington, Virginia. Drew Angerer | Getty Images President Joe Biden on Monday said he doesn’t expect the U.S. to impose additional travel restrictions to stem the spread of the coronavirus omicron variant, sending some airline stocks higher. Airline and aerospace
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Historically, the wine industry, one built on a bedrock of traditions, has not been keen on adapting to new trends and technology. But, the recent pandemic with its disruptive effects on the entire alcohol marketplace has forced many winemakers to reassess their business models. Ones that relied heavily on in-person tastings and on-premise dollars, both
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🐟 Thanks to Visit California https://tinyurl.com/MarkCalifornia for sponsoring this trip 🔔 SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe Don’t miss new food videos SANTA BARBARA – Welcome to beautiful Santa Barbara, California! And again a huge thank you to Visit California and Visit Santa Barbara for inviting me on this trip. Today we’re going on a seafood tour of Santa
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(CNN) — Dutch police said on Sunday, November 28 that they arrested a married couple who had “fled” from a mandatory government-ordered quarantine. The pair, who AFP identified as a 30-year-old Spanish man and 28-year-old Portuguese woman, reportedly arrived at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport on Friday from South Africa, where the new Omicron coronavirus variant was
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Château Quintus on Bordeaux’s Right Bank rises from a former classified growth estate. Château Quintus, Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux It may be a relatively new brand, but this estate on Bordeaux’s right bank bears a noble lineage. For starters, its president and CEO is Prince Robert of Luxembourg. But its parentage is also significant: Since 2011, it
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Vardzia, Georgia (CNN) — From 3,000-year-old Uplistikhe to the 6th century David Gareja Monastery and the long-forgotten dwellings of Samshvilde, all of Georgia’s cave sites are awe-inspiring. But none prevail quite like Vardzia. Scattered across the slopes of Erusheti, looming over a lush valley scored by the Kura river, Vardzia is Georgia’s most remarkable cave
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