Month: April 2021

(CNN) — Floating hotels have been popping up all over the world in recent years, with destinations like Dubai and Qatar leading the way with increasingly innovative and outlandish structures. Not only does the luxury hotel design, which has 152 rooms, actually generate its own electricity, it also collects and reuses rainwater and food waste.
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See Aaron Goodwin’s favorite places to eat in his hometown of Portland, OR. Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=travelchanneltv Check Out Our Newsletter ► https://www.travelchannel.com/travel-channel-newsletters For the bold, daring and spontaneous; those adventurers who embrace the thrill of the unexpected; those risk-takers who aren’t afraid of a little mystery; if you’re up for anything, down for whatever, and
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​Not all outdoor adventures call for roughing it. Glamping – or “glamourous camping” – is a fun alternative to staying in tents or RV’s while being close to nature. Cabins, yurts, tiny homes and treehouses across the country give you the feeling of being secluded without sacrificing modern-day conveniences. This content is sponsored by  Fireside
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Tulsa, Oklahoma (CNN) — Roger Steele’s mission is preparing a plane for your summer vacation. Steele, an assistant manager at American Airlines’ largest maintenance base, is leading a team of mechanics unwrapping, inspecting, cleaning and refurbishing jets that the airline placed in storage for much of the last year. With so few travelers then, the
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In this article CCL DIS RCL Maiden voyage of the Symphony of the Seas, the world’s biggest cruise ship delivered by STX shipyards in Saint-Nazaire to the American ship-owner Royal Caribbean cruise Ltd (RCCL). Andia | Universal Images Group | Getty Images Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday that the state will file a lawsuit against
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Human-generated carbon emissions are causing the world’s oceans to become more acidic. Since the start of the industrial revolution, when mankind’s emissions began ramping up, the world’s oceans have already become about 30% more acidic. For shell-building animals in particular, like oysters and snails, ocean acidification’s impacts can be devastating. Marine scientists have suspected for
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It’s been a difficult time for Champagne producers recently, no doubt due to the COVID crisis. Below average sales across the board have been due to several reasons including restaurant closures around the world, and the uncertain economy in many nations. As Champagne is thought of by many as a celebratory beverage, many consumers have
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