Month: April 2020

Passengers are seen wearing protective masks and gloves at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida, United States on March 29, 2020. Eva Marie Uzcategui | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Delta Air Lines on Thursday became the latest airline to require travelers wear masks on board their planes as carriers take steps to try to protect the health
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The Norwegian ski resort of Myrkdalen has become the first major European resort to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic forced a premature end to the continent’s winter season. Following the lifting of some lockdown rules by the country’s government, bosses at Myrkdalen have decided to allow Norwegian guests to visit and make the most of the superb
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In this lockdown world of limited freedom, almost everyone is planning their next move. For many, that means dreaming of their next travel experience; plotting the first place they’ll go when we are free to roam once more. If there’s anyone that deserves a break once coronavirus has abated, it’s the hard-working men and women
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Fly by Jing’s Sichuan Chili Crisp Fly by Jing Making a well-balanced, ingredient-complimenting sauce from scratch is no easy feat, even for talented restaurant chefs. Plenty of home cooks and pros rely on pre-made spice blends, sauces and condiments to amp up their food and give a quick boost of flavor. Using pre-made condiments is
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(CNN) — Somewhere on that 7 a.m. Greyhound bus journey between Port Authority and Albany, I started crying. Being stranded by a blizzard in New York had been fun at first: crunching through piled-high sidewalks was a Christmas movie come true. But the record-breaking snowfall in the Eastern United States from December 16 to 20,
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(CNN) — Right now, most of us can only explore the pyramids and archaeological wonders of Egypt online, but excavations and explorations into the country’s ancient past remain ongoing. Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced the unearthing of five limestone sarcophagi and four wooden coffins containing human mummies. These incredible archaeological finds were
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A number of grounded Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft are shown parked at Victorville Airport in Victorville, California, March 26, 2019. Mike Blake | Reuters Southwest Airlines on Tuesday posted its first quarterly loss since 2011 and predicted “no material improvement in air travel trends” this spring as coronavirus devastates demand. The Dallas-based airline
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