A lovely cobbled square, thatched roofs, dry stone walls, gardens brimming with rose bushes, a medieval church, the sound of a trickling steam or lapping waves at the harbour, a tea shop serving fresh scones, a friendly pub and bucket loads of community spirit – all make up the recipe for a quintessential English village. Britons in search
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(CNN) — Renata Bastos always wondered if she might find romance at Disneyland. “On one hand, it feels almost impossible and surreal. On the other hand, it makes perfect sense. Where else was I going to meet the love of my life, if not at Disney?” Renata tells CNN Travel today. For Renata, Disneyland California
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Editor’s Note — Sign up to CNN Travel’s Unlocking Italy newsletter for insider intel on Italy’s best loved destinations and lesser-known regions to plan your ultimate trip. Plus, we’ll get you in the mood before you go with movie suggestions, reading lists and recipes from Stanley Tucci. (CNN) — The countdown has begun. From January
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Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin As David Barber, a partner at agriculture and food investors Astanor Ventures, told me while reporting my latest feature, modern agriculture has been built on three key assumptions: Cheap energy, free water and consistent weather. Take a moment to think about that, and then pause to
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It’s a seemingly perfect Saturday morning in Los Angeles: the sun is shining bright, there’s not a cloud in the sky, and Bella Hadid is preparing to take the stage at Create & Cultivate’s 2022 Conference. The supermodel and Kin Euphorics cofounder has been anxiously awaiting this moment since she was announced as the female-entrepreneurial-event’s
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(CNN) — Now is the summer of our discontent, Shakespeare didn’t exactly write in “Richard III,” but for airline travelers in the US and Europe that’s exactly what this summer is shaping up to be. Flights are vanishing from the schedules — some at the last minute as airlines fail to offer the services that
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Reykjavik, Iceland (CNN) — After a four-year hiatus, Iceland’s last remaining whaling company, Hvalur hf., will resume its hunt this summer, much to the chagrin of tourism officials. As the Covid-19 pandemic had a devastating impact on Iceland’s tourism industry, backlash over whaling is the last thing many tourism officials want. “It is actually well
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