Category: Travel

Despite A Coronavirus Surge, Disney World Has Reopened In Florida

Despite a surge in COVID-19 cases, Disney World pushed ahead with their plans for a phased reopening in Florida, starting today, as the Magic and Animal Kingdoms opened their gates to eager Disneyphiles across the state. The remaining Disney World theme parks, Epcot and Hollywood Studio are expected to follow suit and open up next […]

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Despite A Coronavirus Surge, Disney World Has Reopened In Florida

Despite a surge in COVID-19 cases, Disney World pushed ahead with their plans for a phased reopening in Florida, starting today, as the Magic and Animal Kingdoms opened their gates to eager Disneyphiles across the state. The remaining Disney World theme parks, Epcot and Hollywood Studio are expected to follow suit and open up next […]

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7 Ways Covid-19 Has Changed What We Eat: Sourdough Starters, Canned Soup And More Food Waste

Progresso chicken rice soup in a can Getty Images Whether it’s turning to food products that people thought were finished, shopping at unusual times or the fact that selling to supermarkets has resulted in more food waste, not less, there are some surprising outcomes from the pandemic. Here’s a breakdown of the major trends which […]

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These are the best small towns across the U.S.

Note from 10Best: Someday, we’ll all be ready to pack our suitcases again and head out on our next adventures. In the meantime, we’ll keep supporting the places that inspire us. When you want to get away from it all, it’s hard to beat a small town. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, outdoor adventure, […]

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Foreign Office urges holidaymakers to avoid cruise ships

UK holidaymakers are being urged by the government to avoid travelling on cruise ships. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) issued a statement on Thursday advising people not to embark on sailings due to the coronavirus pandemic. This comes after the blanket advice against all nonessential foreign travel from England was lifted for dozens of […]

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AIDA Cruises to resume operations in August, with new health protocols – but no port calls

German line AIDA Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corp., announced Thursday that three of its ships would resume operations in August, ending a coronavirus pandemic-induced hiatus that began in March. Unsurprisingly, sailing will look a little different, with new health and hygiene protocols but no port calls – at least not at first. “We are taking a measured approach […]

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Your guide to the best light ice creams and frozen desserts

I scream, you scream, we all scream when we read the calories for the suggested serving size of our favorite ice cream. And yet, we can’t bring ourselves to put down the carton. Plenty of brands have acknowledged that struggle, replacing frozen milk and cream with sugar-free and non-dairy alternatives. Satisfying our cravings for the […]

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Kings Island theme park in Ohio says ‘associate’ has tested positive for COVID-19

An “associate” at Kings Island theme park in Ohio has tested positive for COVID-19, reports the Cincinnati Enquirer, which is a part of the USA TODAY Network. Kings Island opened its gates July 2 for season passholders and is welcoming the general public beginning Friday, July 10. Chad Showalter, director of communications at the amusement park in Mason, Ohio, released […]

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