Month: September 2022

Soft beds, hot food and a drink for the weary traveller are all simple things, but it’s a combination that has defined England’s roadside inns for centuries. A good number date from as far back as the Tudor era, and given the enduring appeal of roaring fires, wonky floors and perilously low timber-beamed ceilings, they
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New restrictions on the placement of junk food in shops will come into effect tomorrow in the UK. Earlier this week, the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) confirmed that displaying food products high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) in prominent locations, such as shop entrances and till areas, would be banned in
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This photograph taken on August 7, 2018, shows an American Airlines Airbus A330-243 aircraft on the tarmac at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport, north of Paris. Joel Saget | AFP | Getty Images Airline executives say demand for flights to Europe from the U.S. has remained resilient into the fall, well past the traditional peak for
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Autumn is pumpkin-everything season in the US. But did you know cultures around the world use pumpkins in their cooking year-round? In Armenia, the inside of the pumpkin is stuffed with boiled rice, dried fruit, nuts, and honey for a dish called Ghapama. South African pampoenkoekies are tiny pumpkin fritters made with cinnamon and nutmeg.
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There are a few big days every year for whisky fans, and one of them for me is always the announcement of Diageo’s Special Releases for the year. The yearly collection spans Diageo’s portfolio of single malts and typically offers some pretty great expressions Today’s the day for this year’s collection. “Elusive Expressions” includes seven
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It’s national coffee day. I rarely write articles in response to phony holidays but given my fervor and respect for the drink that fuels the daily joy of millions of people, I wanted to provide some advice on how you can drink better coffee at home. But first, let’s start with an anecdote. A few
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Jack serves up the traditional Nepalese drink of Bhanchha Ghar. Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=travelchanneltv Check Out Our Newsletter ► https://www.travelchannel.com/travel-channel-newsletters While working in the bars of South Boston, Jack Maxwell learned one thing: sit down with a stranger and a couple of drinks, and the whole world opens up. Booze Traveler is Jack’s search for the
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Editor’s Note — This CNN Travel series is, or was, sponsored by the country it highlights. CNN retains full editorial control over subject matter, reporting and frequency of the articles and videos within the sponsorship, in compliance with our policy. (CNN) — Even after traveling extensively through Indonesia for more than two decades, I sometimes
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It was one year ago today that Kilauea Volcano started a new eruption at Halema’uma’u Crater. To be exact, this eruption began at 3:21 p.m. on September 29, 2021. Observing liquid lava sloshing, spattering and glowing is truly an amazing sight to see! Big Island Video News produced a video showing some of the recent
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Without Hoover Dam, there’d be no Vegas. Tour the modern marvel and test your camera’s panorama mode from the 886-ft-tall, 1,905-ft-long viewing bridge—the longest of its kind in North America. Then explore Boulder City, the quiet, Art Deco-obsessed town that built it, where fascinating museums, cute shops, outdoor activities, and amazing eats abound. Stop for
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