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Riviera Travel has been providing luxury escorted tours for more than 35 years. Voted Which? Travel Brand of the Year in 2017. Travellers are delighted with the professionalism and knowledge of the local guides, and the value for money. 97% of travellers book again. This holiday is provided by, and your resulting contract and booking
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The soy-based Impossible Whopper. Getty Images Plant-based meat alternatives are having a moment. The stock for Beyond Meat, the first plant-based meat company to go public, has increased more than 500% since its May IPO to a current market cap of $9.4 billion. Privately held Impossible Foods, valued at over $2 billion, partnered with Burger
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Moscow – a city standing proudly at the helm of the great nation of Russia. Follow us through the sights and stories of this historic city. When ready, browse vacation packages to Moscow: https://www.expedia.com/Moscow.d178289.Destination-Travel-Guides Your #vacation to #Moscow, Russia is bound to be a special one. From the multicolored spires of St. Basil’s Cathedral to
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Beijing (CNN) — China is poised to open a new mega-airport to the south of Beijing, already home to the world’s second-busiest aviation hub, ahead of the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic. Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) will see its first commercial flight take off around September 20, according to Chinese state media, with
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An American Airlines Boeing 777-200 aircraft Nicolas Economou | NurPhoto | Getty Images American Airlines canceled more flights than any other major U.S. carrier and struggled with persistent delays in July, according to new government data. American has blamed the grounded Boeing 737 Max, a bitter labor dispute with its mechanics and summer storms for
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Two Muslim passengers onboard an American Airlines flight have said they were racially profiled after the service was cancelled due to “safety and security concerns”. Abderraoof Alkhawaldeh and Issam Abdallah alleged that cabin crew grounded the plane because they weren’t “comfortable” flying with the two men. “It was the most horrible, humiliating day of my
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(CNN) — Booking.com has defended itself against accusations that it’s continuing to use pressure selling tactics, despite a crackdown by UK regulators. In February, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced that six hotel booking sites — Expedia, Booking.com, ebookers, Hotels.com, Agoda and Trivago — had been the subject of enforcement action due to “serious
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A holiday company has been criticised for sending out a brochure advertising a cruise “exclusively for Brits”. Saga, which offers insurance and trips for the over 50s, has apologised after one customer said they were “outraged” by the promotion. Anthony Bale tweeted a picture of the ad, which features the slogan: “Exclusively for Brits. Exclusively
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For over a century, San Sebastián has been a destination for the rich. Queen María Cristina made it her summer home in the early 20th century, sparking a trend in sophisticated summering, as well as an explosion of Belle Époque architecture. With the second-most Michelin stars per capita it’s a glutton’s heaven, and its unique
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