Tag: Lifestyle

The mistakes to avoid when booking a cabin on a cruise

mistakes avoid miss booking cabin cruise holiday 2022 travel – Regent Seven Seas Cruises It’s the conundrum that faces every cruiser. You’ve selected your sailing and chosen your ship, so the next question is, which cabin will bring you the sweetest dreams? For the uninitiated, picking your perfect spot can be something of a minefield […]

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Kanye West Goes Full ‘Zoolander,’ Cites The Homeless As ‘Biggest Inspiration’

Kanye West attends the Fast Company Innovation Festival – Day 3 Arrivals on November 07, 2019 in New … [+] York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for Fast Company) Getty Images for Fast Company Artist Kanye West, now formally known as Ye, has come under fire for selling his latest Yeezy GAP fashion collection […]

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Joe Rogan Speaks Out In Defense Of Abortion Rights

Joe Rogan speaks on camera during the FOX UFC Saturday event at the Amway Center on April 19, 2014 … [+] in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images) Zuffa LLC via Getty Images In a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Joe Rogan passionately spoke out against his guest […]

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The Rising Appeal Of Chilean Sauvignon Blanc

Sunset at Familia Garcés Silva vineyard in the Leyda Valley on the western side of the Coastal … [+] Mountains several kilometers from the Pacific Ocean. Jody Hortons Sauvignon Blanc is Chile’s second-most widely planted variety, with over 35,000 cultivated acres, primarily in the Coastal and Central Valley regions. Vineyards aren’t like sports or elections, […]

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Travel’s Uneven Covid Recovery Sees Record Revenues, Lessons And Lingering Obstacles

Despite the chaos at airports, airline cancelations and staffing shortages, travel industry executives attending Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas say consumers should begin to see their experiences returning closer to pre-Covid times, even if it costs more. While travelers and travel advisors say there are still plenty of gaps, officials of hotel companies, cruise […]

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James New York NoMad: A Historic Hotel That’s Timeless

Exterior of The James NoMad James NoMad Located on the corner of Madison Avenue and East 29th Street in Manhattan, The James New York NoMad hotel has a storied and intriguing past. This residential-style property debuted as the Hotel Seville in 1904 and underwent a massive facelift after being rebranded and renamed The Carlton Hotel […]

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As Airlines, Airports And Luxury Hotels Stumble, Travel Advisors Are Shining Brightly

As the travel industry stumbles forward with mass flight cancellations, chaos at airports and five-star hotels offering three-star services at seven-star prices, travel agents, or travel advisors as they have rebranded themselves, are shining through, helping their customers navigate the bumps. The proof is in both revenues, which are exceeding pre-Covid-19 levels, and most of […]

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HBO’s ‘The Rehearsal’ Recap, Episode 5: Culture Clash

Nathan Fielder plays husband and parent, to mixed results. HBO Throughout Nathan For You and The Rehearsal, there’s an implicit assumption that the viewer understands Nathan is putting on a persona. That persona seems like an exaggerated version of Nathan’s awkwardness, but still a mask. In episode 5, “Apocalypto,” that mask seems to slip; we […]

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It’s National Filet Mignon Day: Learn how to air fry your filet mignon (and yes, you can!)

The thought of cooking filet mignon in an air fryer may seem intimidating, but experts say it’s OK to air fry the steak. (Photo: Getty Creative) Attention all steak-loving carnivores: Raise your knives and prepare the Béarnaise Sauce, because it’s time to celebrate the most tender, melt-in-your-mouth cut of steak — filet mignon. National Filet […]

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‘House Of The Dragon’ Wines Are Here For The ‘Game Of Thrones’ Prequel’s August 21 Premiere

House of the Dragon wines Vintage Wine Estates House of the Dragon, the much-hyped prequel to Game of Thrones, is coming to HBO and HBO Max on August 21. The series is based on author George R.R. Martin’s book, Fire & Blood. It’s set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones and tells […]

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15 day trips and short breaks to keep the summer vibe alive

Garden party in Birmingham PoliNations is a garden party, but not as you know it. This free festival in Birmingham’s Victoria Square on 2-18 September showcases cultural diversity through the lens of horticulture. In the shade of a forest of giant architectural trees, the festival will begin with a mass flower planting, continue with workshops, […]

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8 common road trip mistakes, and how to avoid them

With a road trip, you have the freedom to do things your way: your tunes, your snacks, and your schedule. So, really, there’s no such thing as a “one-size-fits-all” road trip itinerary. For some, a driving vacation is just a convenient way to get to your final destination while saving on the cost of airfare. […]

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