Month: August 2020

Please note our writer visited Helsinki prior to the coronavirus pandemic Lively, varied and ever-changing, central Helsinki’s nightlife offers plenty of options, whether you’re looking for an early evening aperitif, a relaxed chat with friends, a full-on karaoke session or some high-octane, late-night action on the dance floor. There’s only one caveat: prices are on
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A United Airlines Boeing 737-800 and United Airlines A320 Airbus on seen approach to San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco. Louis Nastro | Reuters United Airlines is making a play for Florida this fall and winter, a bet that sun-seekers from northern states will become a bright spot for the carrier as it faces a bleak
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Home to the bustling metropolis of Waikiki, world-class resorts, golden beaches and endless outdoor adventures, Oahu is Hawaii’s most visited island – and for good reason. We’ve pulled together the best things to see, do and eat to help you hit the sand running on your island adventure. 1. Eat shave ice from Matsumoto Shave Ice
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​Specially-trained dogs capable of sniffing out coronavirus infections in passengers have been deployed in Dubai airports. All passengers arriving into the United Arab Emirates must present a negative COVID-19 result, from a medical test undertaken no more than 96 hours before their trip. But passengers from high-risk countries and those who display symptoms are often
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Ideal temperatures year-round, incredible scenery and beautiful beaches with world-class waves – the islands have something for everyone. It’s no secret that Hawaii is an expensive destination, but on our recent trip we found out the real magic happens away from the big resorts; so keep reading for our top tips on how to experience
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Dramatic landscapes, laid back vibes and doing the hula – it could only be Hawaii! This tropical cluster of islands is an all-year round destination with volcanic beaches, epic surf, lush rainforest and extremely friendly locals. Not sure which island to head to or fancy the whole shabang? No worries – It’s pretty easy and
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Photo courtesy of iStock / michaelquirk Mermaids, martians and mysterious lights America’s highways and interstates are dotted with kitschy theme parks, bizarre curiosities, larger-than-life fiberglass animals and “world’s largest” objects. As the U.S. highways system expanded in the 1930s, so did competition to lure drivers to stop (and spend their money). With the popularity of
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