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(CNN) — It’s going to be a very tough week for travel as Hurricane Florence bears down on the East Coast of the United States. The powerful storm is expected to make landfall in the Carolinas late Thursday, and nearly 1.5 million people are under mandatory evacuation orders in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
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(CNN) — Sometimes, the Algarve gets a bad rap. After six decades as a prime package-tour destination, it’s perhaps no surprise that sun-drenched southern coast of Portugal can trigger a sniffy reaction from travel snobs. Yet it’s wrong to write off the Algarve. If you travel to the western extremities of the 125-mile coastline, you’ll
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(CNN) — Most book lovers have wistfully imagined taking a vacation in a fictional place from one of their favorite novels. It’s a notion that’s been brought to life in a series of imaginative, hand-illustrated travel posters that advertise destinations from some of the most popular books ever written as holiday spots. The posters, which
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(CNN) — Those hoping their favorite global city will be a bit less crowded the next time they visit are in for a disappointment. Global tourist arrivals grew 6.8% in 2017, hitting 1.32 billion. That’s 84 million more travelers than the previous year, the highest increase since the 2009 global economic crisis hit. Though this
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(CNN) — Designing aircraft is probably the best job in the world,” says Paul Priestman of London-based design consultancy PriestmanGoode, grinning ear to ear. “It’s brilliant.” “I don’t think people really understand the amount of thinking that goes into the interior of aircraft,” admits Priestman. From leg room to seat depth to storage bin location
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(CNN) — Creaky wooden floors, teak antiques, afternoon tea, marble staircases. There’s just something magical about a hotel with some history. From Yangon to Hong Kong, many of Asia’s most beautiful heritage hotels emerged during the 19th and early 20th centuries. France and Britain still lorded over several colonies and the Suez Canal — a
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(CNN) — What’s the most germ-filled spot in an airport? The bathrooms? Those crowded waiting areas? The passport checking counter? Surprisingly, none of the above. A new study from a team of experts from the UK’s University of Nottingham and the Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare, published in the BMC Infectious Diseases journal,
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