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King Cakes for Mardi Gras, all things Yiddish and a travel pass for future savings

Vincenzo Anastagi, 1571-1576, oil on canvas, by El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos, 1541-1614) Michael Bodycomb THE: BAD NEWS, GOOD NEWS, BETTER NEWS The Frick Collection in New York is undergoing major…

Skier wonders why Ontario travel agency won’t cancel BC reservations during pandemic

A man from Kelowna, B.C., wonders why the ski trip he booked with several friends in Ontario to Sun Peaks Resort is allowed as the number of pandemics skyrocket in…

United Arab Emirates and Etihad Airways to Present Covid-19 Travel Pass | To travel

The Emirates of Dubai and Etihad Airways of Abu Dhabi have partnered with the International Air Transport Association to introduce a travel pass for passengers who have been vaccinated against…

Etihad, one of the first airlines to launch an IATA Travel Pass

Etihad Airways and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced a partnership to use the IATA Travel Pass, an app developed to store COVID-19 test results or vaccine information, for…

Trivago acquires online travel agency Weekend.com

Trivago acquired weekend.coma Germany-based startup – and online travel agency – targeting travelers looking for short breaks. Specific terms of the deal – a 100% takeover – were not disclosed.…

Travel agency owner welcomes inclusion in Manitoba Bridge Grant program

WINNIPEG – The extension of public health orders has prompted the Manitoba government to expand and expand a provincial support program. A payment of $ 10,000 per business is now…

Travel Information | University of Hawaii System

Update of November 29, 2021 Because of new variant COVID omicron, the United States will restrict travel from South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi from November…

“Red zone” restrictions tighten, lawsuit over travel information concealment

People who travel from any of the 28 ‘red zone’ provinces and conceal their travel schedule can face up to 2 years in prison and a fine of 40,000 baht,…