Month: June 2020

Travelers wearing protective masks walk through Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images U.S. airlines are cracking down on travelers who refuse to wear face masks on board, a requirement that aims to protect passengers and crews from Covid-19. The federal
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More insider guides for planning a trip to Paris 48 hours Hotels Attractions Restaurants Free Nightlife Paris is not known as a budget travel destination and yet the city is replete with sights, activities and experiences that don’t cost a sou (former French coin). From riverside beaches and picnics by Canal Saint-Martin, to watching footballers performing
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Augmented reality in a food production environment. Getty Images On May 5, CBS News reported that nearly 145 field employees for the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service were absent from work due to exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Despite the proliferation of digital technologies and instant communication, face-to-face meetings, inspections, and consultations were still a
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Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection If a Rocky Mountain getaway sounds tempting, Hotel Jerome, Auberge Resorts Collection in Aspen and Madeline Hotel & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection in Telluride are now accepting reservations for overnight stays. A slew of new outdoor adventures (there’s a three-day climbing immersion camp in Telluride), culinary experiences (Aspen gets a Noma pop-up),
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(CNN) — There are 700 islands in the Bahamas, 2,000 beaches, 32 national parks — and one underwater art installation. Started in 2014, BREEF (Bahamas Reef Environmental Education Foundation) commissioned three artists to create sculptures that could live beneath the waves. “Ocean Atlas,” is largest sculpture created by renowned British artist and climate activist, Jason
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Lanzarote’s history is as turbulent as the sweep of volcanoes that forged it and today still spectacularly dominate one of Macaronesia’s most dramatic islands, whose entirety is a Unesco Biosphere Reserve. Legends swirl around of daring adventurers and scheming pirates, through to marauding Berbers and conquering Spaniards. Since the 1960s affordable jet travel has brought
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DAY 567 // 27TH AUGUST 2014 Follow.. Casey https://www.youtube.com/user/caseyneistat Lily https://www.youtube.com/user/LilyLaneMusic follow what i’m up to as it happens on Snap chat: FunForLouis Tweets by funforlouis http://www.facebook.com/funforlouis http://www.instagram.com/funforlouis http://www.funforlouis.tumblr.com Intro by https://www.youtube.com/user/Bennettacademy FIND THE NOMADS http://www.findthenomads.com http://instagram.com/findthenomads Tweets by findthenomads http://www.youtube.com/findthenomads http://www.facebook.com/findthenomads upload video intros to youtube unlisted (in landscape) and message me the link
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(CNN) — The southern white rhino has been to the brink of extinction and back, but even as it continues to be under threat from poachers, it’s survival is largely thanks to the conservation work of one park. Today, most of these rhinos can trace their ancestry back to the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park (HiP) in
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Editor’s Note — The views expressed in this commentary are solely those of the writer. CNN is showcasing the work of The Conversation, a collaboration between journalists and academics to provide news analysis and commentary. The content is produced solely by The Conversation. (CNN) — After nearly three months of quarantine, millions of Americans are
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