10 Best Things Romania Is Known For

Romania is a country that has well-preserved its history. The culture, art, memorable landmarks, and beautiful landscapes make it a great destination to visit. Below are the best things Romania is known for:

Danube Delta

10 Best Things Romania Is Known For


If you are looking for the best-preserved deltas all over the world – Danube Delta is one of them.The Danube Delta is located in Tulcea County and is considered a home to a large … Read More

An Epic Santorini Honeymoon – where to stay and things to do

Nothing quite comes close to Santorini as a romantic honeymoon destination. It ticks all the boxes. Amazing views, sunset dinners, sailing around the volcanic caldera and quality time relaxing together in your Santorini Honeymoon Villa with private jacuzzi.

Now that the wedding is over, what more could you ask for?

Here’s how to spend a week in Santorini, Greece on your romantic getaway of a lifetime.

Day 1. Arrive in

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Chickens on a plane: Yom Kippur ritual performed by air for Jews in locked-down Melbourne – Jewish Lifestyle

A Melbourne, Australia, pilot took to the skies with three chickens Sunday to carry out a pre-Yom Kippur ritual that was otherwise off limits for that city’s locked-down Jews.

Kapparot, practiced by some Orthodox Jews, involves swinging a live chicken over one’s head three times and reciting a prayer to transfer sins to the bird. The chicken is then slaughtered and donated to the poor.

This year, with large gatherings

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Alaska Air’s Revenue Trends Improve, Q4 Capacity to Fall 40%

Alaska Air Group Inc ALK provided an update on its recent operational trends and expectations as the company deals with coronavirus-induced weakness in air-travel demand.

In an investor update, the company revealed that revenue passengers declined 74%, 71% and 68% year over year in July, August and September, respectively. Capacity, measured in available seat miles (ASMs), was down 63%, 51% and 50% in July, August and September respectively, while load

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‘Go To Travel’ discount cuts stir confusion in Japan as booking sites use up budgeted funds

a group of people walking on a city street: Hanamikoji Street in the Gion district of Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, western Japan, is seen bustling with visitors on Oct. 3, 2020, during the first weekend after the government's "Go To Travel" campaign subsidies were made applicable to Tokyo. (Mainichi/Ai Kawahira)

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Hanamikoji Street in the Gion district of Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, western Japan, is seen bustling with visitors on Oct. 3, 2020, during the first weekend after the government’s “Go To Travel” campaign subsidies were made applicable to Tokyo. (Mainichi/Ai Kawahira)

TOKYO — Concerns that the Japanese government’s “Go To Travel” subsidy campaign that aims to spur domestic tourism could cause public confusion arose after major hotel booking

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The ultimate guide to Norwegian Cruise Line ships and itineraries

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Looking for a cruise where you can do what you want, whenever you want, without a lot of structure and rules? Norwegian Cruise Line could be your brand.

The Miami-based cruise line pioneered the idea of “Freestyle

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UK’s new travel testing plan will boost flying, minister says

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s transport minister said on Wednesday that his coronavirus testing plans would get more people flying in the months ahead, sounding an optimistic note at a time when travel companies are struggling to survive.

FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps in London, Britain, September 30, 2020. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo

A 14-day quarantine for arrivals from most countries could be replaced by an as-yet unspecified shorter isolation

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Air travel sees uptick in passenger traffic

Air travel has taken a huge hit during the pandemic but this past weekend, there was a notable uptick in passenger traffic.According to the TSA, on Sunday, it screened 984,234 passengers, the most for any day since March 16. That was still down 61% year over year, but the surge in demand for Columbus Day weekend, typically a minor travel holiday, was noteworthy.Travel expert Troy Petenbrink thinks there are several … Read More

Man in court for travelling an hour in lockdown ‘for something to eat’

A man has been fined £150 after admitting driving from West Yorkshire to Manchester to ‘nip out for something to eat’

Lukman Majeed, 26, was spotted by the police in an Audi with four others in Rusholme at the end of May this year, when stringent travel lockdown restrictions were still in force.

The four were pulled over and questioned as to where they were headed, and were told the

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Surface Laptop Go review: Microsoft delivers a decent budget PC

The Surface Laptop Go is Microsoft’s second try at an affordable Surface, and it hits the mark better than the original Surface Go tablet did. It still offers compromises, with strategic cuts to keep the price competitive with a Chromebook. Still, they’re mostly smart decisions—even a sub-1080p display and Windows 10 in S Mode didn’t turn us off. Although the Surface Laptop Go lacks the easy expansion of some competing

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Airlines Pitch Frequent-Flier Mile Deals to Travelers Wary of Covid

Besides wearing a mask on an airplane, there’s one other thing you should definitely do if you are traveling this fall or over the holidays: Use your miles.

A survey of pandemic award prices finds airlines are making award seats available at very cheap prices in miles or points. First-class seats, which give you a bit more social distance on board, are a particularly good value.

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Zambians advised to have proper documents before travelling abroad

Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Ambassador Chalwe Lombe
Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Ambassador Chalwe Lombe

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary for International Relations and Cooperation, Chalwe Lombe has advised Zambian nationals to fulfill the requirements in the countries of origin, transit and destination before intending to travel abroad.

Ambassador Lombe says countries have formulated guidelines in view of the COVID-19 pandemic to help contain the spread of the disease which applies to foreign nationals wishing to depart

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Philippine house ends leadership spat after Duterte budget plea

MANILA, Oct 13 (Reuters) – Philippine lawmakers elected a new house speaker on Tuesday, ending a protracted leadership battle that was threatening to delay passage of a 4.5 trillion pesos ($92.67 billion) budget vital to rebuilding the country’s battered economy.

Lord Allan Velasco replaced Alan Peter Cayetano as speaker with support from 186 of the 299-member lower house, ahead of a four-day special session called by President Rodrigo Duterte to

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Hawaii reopens for travel on Oct. 15, but requirements remain unclear

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Planning a vacation to a reopened Hawaii has proven quite difficult.

Not only has the reopening date has been a moving target for months, it remains

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Readers offer their best travel tips – Lifestyle – Times Record

Planning to hit the road for some fun family times this fall? Travel has been severely curtailed over the past months, but as things open up now and in the future, make sure you pack these tips to help save time, money and maybe even a few frazzled nerves.

Photocopies Just In Case

Before you leave, make two photocopies of everything in your wallet, both front and back (credit card,

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Spider-Man Miles Morales On PS5 Has No Loading Screens, Even When Fast Travelling


Now that Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is GameInformer’s cover story a bunch of information about the title has been released, including the fact that the game has no loading screens on PS5, even when you are fast travelling.

This is an impressive feat and it will undoubtedly make for a great uninterrupted gameplay sequence gaming session when people get their hands on the title. It will truly be a proper

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Budget Day is all about short-term changes to catch the eye while ignoring longer-term plans to address bigger picture

EACH year on Budget Day I ask a similar question — why do we cram so many economic changes into a single day?

Just a few issues catch sufficient media and public attention to get proper scrutiny, but the rest just goes by in a blur.

Finance minister Paschal Donohoe and Public Expenditure minister Michael McGrath


Finance minister Paschal Donohoe and Public Expenditure minister Michael McGrathCredit: PA:Press Association

The Government’s insistence on increasing carbon taxes “per ton” is

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Big Island News and Information

Gov. David Ige. Courtesy photo.

All counties will participate in Hawai‘i’s pre-travel coronavirus testing program following negotiations between Gov. David Ige and the mayors of the state’s various counties.

Hawai‘i County will implement the strictest policy, requiring an antigen test for all arriving trans-Pacific travelers. This will be a second test following the mandatory test required at least 72 hours before any travel to Hawai‘i from the mainland. These tests

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Air travel records low COVID-19 infections with 44 total cases | The Guardian Nigeria News

• Local airlines acquires ERJ-145 aircraft
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has demonstrated the low incidence of in-flight COVID-19 transmission with an updated tally of published cases.

Since the start of 2020, there have been 44 cases of COVID-19 reported in which transmission is thought to have been associated with a flight, inclusive of confirmed, probable and potential cases. Over the same period some 1.2 billion passengers have travelled.

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Moon’s got the world in motion: it’s retreating at the speed of nails

Tycho Brahe and Christian Longomontanus – the ‘biggest’ names in Danish astronomy – have now been usurped by researchers from the University of Copenhagen.

A new study reveals that the 17th Century astronomers might have been better served looking to the Earth beneath their feet than the stars above their heads.

Not enough hours in the day 
According to the GLOBE Institute at the University of Copenhagen, the rotation of

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