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(CNN) — For those on a Mediterranean cruise, it’s one of the most memorable sights: the city of Venice unpeeling beneath the boat, the centuries-old buildings and bell towers dwarfed by the ship, giving onlookers a spectacular bird’s eye view. But for many on the shore, cruise ships in Venice have come to symbolize the
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BUC-EE’s is the most Texas of stores/gas stations/convenience stores/everything. From the insanely clean bathrooms to the insane selection of beef jerky, bakery goods, brisket and Beaver Nuggets, there are tons of things to enjoy and snack on at Buc-EE’s when you are driving through Texas. Here are our 5 must eats when you stop at
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What happens when you let go to find out the person you are? Ignacio Oreamuno was an international ad man, and for years, led the world-famous Art Directors Club as its executive director. That’s where I met him in 2012 when he surprised me with an offer to sponsor my video project interviewing global creative
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(CNN) — It’s been a strange period for aviation and, for many of us, it’s been over a year since we actually saw the inside of an airplane cabin. This year’s awards go to designs including a hyper-connected, personalized cabin of the future and the swanky interior of an electric jet aimed at commuters. The
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West Virginia isn’t exactly known as a craft beer state. With 28 operational breweries, Mountaineers rank dead last in the nation for per-capita production and economic impact, and other metrics don’t place them much higher.  Yet West Virginia produces some impressive liquid put out by breweries like Morgantown Brewing, Chestnut Brew Works, and Greenbrier Valley
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Part 1 in a series of how we drank for business or for fun, from a glass or a can, online or six feet apart. Many will remember 2020 as the year we rediscovered jigsaw puzzles, streamed a ton of movies, traded in hard pants for yoga pants (or for some, no pants), and maybe
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The stay-at-home guidance has ended and the rule of six has returned in England. This brings to an end five months of some form of guidance restricting travel within England. Other rules still apply for travel to, and within, other parts of the UK.  In England, the lifting of the “stay-at-home” Government rule is part of
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In this article EXPE valentinrussanov | E+ | Getty Images Many Americans are thinking of travel again. And who can blame them? After all, it’s been more than a year of seesawing coronavirus infection rates, on-again, off-again lockdown restrictions, and simple quarantine fatigue. As anti-Covid-19 vaccination efforts gather steam nationwide, tourism suppliers are tracking increased
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