April won’t be the cruelest month if you have these humorous wine books on hand Lots of literary folks know it’s National Poetry Month but who knew it was also National Humor Month? Happily, I did. (LOL!) Any wine writer worth their weight has heavy tomes about the subject—Jancis Robinson’s Wine Grapes, the Oxford Companion
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These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest travel guidance before making your journey. Our writers visited these hotels pre-pandemic. From beach bars, luxurious spas and famous infinity pools to restaurants serving delicious food made from locally grown ingredients, intriguing activities, and romantic dinners on the beach
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(CNN) — It was 2003, and Leora Krygier was rummaging around a thrift store near her home in Los Angeles. Krygier wasn’t looking for anything in particular, but a box of old vintage postcards caught her attention. “I’ve always been interested in vintage and postcards. Nobody sends postcards anymore, really. There’s sort of a beautiful
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So-called bucket list destinations come with big expectations — and often big crowds too. While overtourism can ruin many a holiday destination, it’s not the only reason vacations miss the mark. Here, travel writers who contribute to CNBC’s Global Traveler share the worst disappointments of their professional careers. Stonehenge, UK “Although I may have my
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The sub-minimum wage for tipped American workers came under fresh attack Thursday in what may be its biggest and most direct challenge yet. The One Fair Wage (OFW) nonprofit organization has sued the Darden Restaurant group on Constitutional grounds, claiming the pay practices of the company that owns chains like Olive Garden and The Capital
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(CNN) — August 1991. Irja Uotila, a Finnish publishing employee living in New York, decided to finally fulfill a long-held dream of visiting Latin America. She’d fantasized about traveling through the region’s archaeological sites and picturesque towns ever since she was a teenager growing up in Finland, poring over travel brochures and daydreaming about future
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Maldives will soon offer visitors vaccinations on arrival as part of its three-pronged initiative aimed at reviving the country’s hard hit travel sector, according to its tourism minister. The “3V” strategy, which encourages tourists to “visit, vaccinate, and vacation,” will provide a “more convenient” way to visit the country, Abdulla Mausoom told CNBC on Wednesday.
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