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Editor’s Note — This story was current at the time of last publication on November 16 and will be updated periodically. However, you should still check with the official state websites before you commit to travel plans, especially as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches. (CNN) — With cases of Covid-19 reaching new heights in the United
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Koh Phangan, Thailand (CNN) — Michael Doyle started making regular trips to Koh Phangan in the Gulf of Thailand in the mid-1980s, enjoying laid-back life in rustic beach bungalows around the island between stints as a psychiatric nurse in Australia. Eventually, he took up residence in Hat Rin, a sunset-facing beach at the southern tip
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(CNN) — With medieval origins and a quaint, colorful port, the low-rise Norwegian city of Trondheim doesn’t look very futuristic. But the former Viking capital is making waves with a pioneering transport initiative: a zero-emissions, self-driving electric ferry. The small, autonomous ferry, which launches next year, works “like an elevator” says Erik Dyrkoren, CEO of
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(CNN) — The coronavirus pandemic has decimated the travel industry, as hotels, restaurants and airlines in destinations around the world find themselves going broke or dramatically cutting back costs as they try to survive. But there’s one place on the planet where there are too many tourists right now: the Chatham Islands. Haven’t heard of
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(CNN) — He’s the towering musical genius who didn’t let his deafness prevent him from becoming one of the world’s greatest composers. Ludwig van Beethoven may have been born 250 years ago, but his story of achieving musical greatness despite his disability feels like a thoroughly modern story. And with the 250th anniversary of his
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(CNN) — If Polish cuisine were to be described in just one word, “heartfelt” would perhaps be the most fitting choice. We’re talking mind-blowingly delicious, wholesome dishes served up in generous portions. Some of the Central European country’s much-loved recipes date back centuries, and while many have evolved considerably over the years, they’ve all retained
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