Jennifer Winget gives a glimpse of her relaxing holiday and it’ll make you want to take a trip ASAP; See pics

Beyhadh 2 star Jennifer gives a sneak peek for her vacation amid COVID -19 and it is everything that you’ll need right now. Take a look.

All of us have been locked in our homes for the past few months owing to the novel Coronavirus pandemic. However, slowly and steadily life is moving towards normalcy and the unlock phase has begun. Many people have started adapting to the ‘new normal,’

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American Express Introduces New Travel Savings Just in Time for Holiday Bookings

Planning to take a long-overdue vacation? If you have any American Express cards or you’re interested in applying for one, then you should know about the card issuer’s latest travel savings offers.

American Express has done a good job of adding useful new perks to its credit and charge cards throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Now travel is starting to open back up, the card issuer has big discounts and bonuses

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Brainerd lakes airport gears up for holiday travel, advises buying tickets early

In partnership with Delta, and in following the guidelines of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, seat spacing, mask requirements and additional health safety measures of the Delta CareStandard remain in effect.

“They have been highly effective in maintaining the health safety of our passengers, as well as of our staff, both on the ground and in the air,” Airport Director Steve Wright said

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Marriott, Hyatt or Holiday Inn Express: Comparing hotels’ covid protocols

Until last week, the last time I stayed at a hotel was back in March. Since the pandemic began, I spent months locked down alone in my D.C. apartment, then with family in Upstate New York. I took bike trips and road trips to go camping, but I avoided hotels completely.

In the meantime, hotels, like the rest of the travel industry, were suffering. According to the American Hotel &

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Dominican Republic Among the Top Two Most Searched U.S. Holiday Travel Destinations

Dominican Republic, Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Data compiled by ForwardKeys shows that Dominican Republic is the second most searched destination in the Caribbean among U.S. consumers booking quarter one 2021 travel; the country accounts for 13.3 percent of quarter one 2021 searches in the region. With its stringent safety and health protocols, the country is equipped to welcome visitors who are seeking a safe and relaxing destination for

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Holiday Travelers Are Opting for Flights Over Road Trips, New Study Finds

With the holidays approaching, more than half of surveyed travelers say their first trip since COVID-19 halted life as we know it will be during Thanksgiving and Christmas time, according to a new study from travel booking app Hopper.

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Fifty-five percent said it would be their first trip in the COVID-19 era, according to the report, shared with Travel + Leisure, that surveyed

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Perfect springboard for an adventure-packed holiday

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As many parts of the world tentatively emerge from travel restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, there has never been a better time to explore our own country — and the Eastern Cape’s Sunshine Coast is a perfect starting point.

The Eastern Cape, having earned a solid reputation as South Africa’s “Adventure Province”, offers a

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China Golden Week holiday sees millions of tourists, boon to economy

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Published 7:02 a.m. ET Oct. 9, 2020 | Updated 8:49 a.m. ET Oct. 9, 2020


The Southwest Airlines gates of National Airport are almost completely without flying customers, showing the impact COVID-19 is having on air travel.


HONG KONG (AP) — Some 637 million Chinese traveled inside their country during the recent eight-day Golden Week holiday, spending tens of billions of dollars at a time

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Adventure travel agencies offer Egyptians a new kind of holiday – Features – Egypt

When Zeina Tawakol decided to take a holiday, she was looking for something adventurous and different, a break from her normal routine. 

The answer to her call was in a trip to Nepal; 10 days of hiking, exploring and interacting with the local community.

“The decision to get out of my comfort zone and join Omar Samra and Wild Guanabana on a life-changing journey to Nepal was the

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Can I go on holiday in Tier 2 or Tier 3? How UK travel rules are affected by the new Covid restrictions

For those planning a holiday in the coming months it has been tough to keep up with local lockdown measures with different guidelines across the country.

And with the Prime Minister implementing a new “three tier” system for tackling growing coronavirus rates across England this week, holidaymakers could find their staycation subject to a host of new rules.

Under the new system, different areas of England will be split up

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Kyoto’s Most Authentic Luxury Holiday, The Sophisticated Ryokans by Nazuna

Kyoto Japan is the manifestation of what many sophisticated travelers think of when seeking out a fascinating travel destination. A rich culture based on thousands of years of traditions, natural beauty, and an endless list of UNESCO and sightseeing wonders. It is, in a word, magical. There is no better way to indulge in an authentic Kyoto experience than staying in one of the luxury ryokan offered by the Nazuna

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Tips for planning gatherings and celebrations this holiday season

If your holiday traditions involve large gatherings of friends and family, the coronavirus pandemic is going to make planning for this year’s festivities a little more complicated.

With health experts saying a third surge of cases is possible within the next several weeks, what should you be considering for celebrations of Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas?

“You need to evaluate your risk as a family, depending on if you have

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Budget-friendly tips for a safe and joyous holiday 2020 – The Inquirer and Mirror

(BPT) – Uncertainty continues into the 2020 holiday season, with limited travel, canceled events and strict budgets changing how Americans will celebrate this year. According to a recent Coinstar Holiday Survey, the majority of Americans said COVID-19 will influence how they celebrate the holidays.

Fortunately, by thinking outside the box and keeping a positive attitude, you can stay healthy, stretch funds and create merry moments. Let these tips inspire you

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Travel Begins to Bounce Back in China During Golden Week Holiday

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Travel Begins to Bounce Back in China During Golden Week Holiday

Some 637 million residents of China traveled inside their country during the recent eight-day Golden Week holiday, spending tens of billions of dollars at a time when officials hope to get consumers to spend more and perk up the economy.

More than 45 percent of China’s 1.4 billion people traveled during

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Low holiday air travel fares more available than in years past

Most years it is hard to find a cheap holiday flight simply because of heavy demand.

But as we all know, 2020 is not a normal year.

Hunting for a good airfare during October is suggested by some travel experts.

“My recommendation if you’re looking for a holiday flight this year, hold out through the end of October for a cheap fare,” says Andrew Hickey, spokesman for Scott’s Cheap Flights.

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Holiday hotel bookings push out locals seeking shelter from storm power outages

ALBANY – The confluence of a days-long power outage in some communities and Columbus Day weekend means that many in the Capital Region who are seeking shelter in local hotels will likely be left shivering, in the dark, at home.

Hotels in and around the Capital Region are largely booked with leaf peepers and National Grid crews. Thus, the 46,000 National Grid and 130 NYSEG customers still without power as

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Airlines slashing holiday schedules following mass furloughs, experts advise when to book

Experts say if you’re flying for the holidays booking sooner rather than later would be wise, especially with airlines offering more flexibility than ever.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Congress is facing off tonight over the fate of airlines. President Trump has urged legislators to pass 25 billion dollars for airline payroll support, but house speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing back. 

All of it could affect your travel plans and your wallet. 

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China’s Holiday Travel Is Back to 80% of Pre-Pandemic Level

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a group of people walking on a city street: Visitors walk in Qianmen area in Beijing, China on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. A significant rebound in domestic travel over the Golden Week holiday is fueling optimism that consumers are starting to spend again after the pandemic-induced slump.

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Visitors walk in Qianmen area in Beijing, China on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. A significant rebound in domestic travel over the Golden Week holiday is fueling optimism that consumers are starting to spend again after the pandemic-induced slump.

Travel in China rebounded over the eight-day holiday period this month as the nation displayed further evidence that it is overcoming the coronavirus pandemic, with about 637 million

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425 million people in China travelling domestically this 2020 Golden Week holiday – Mothership.SG

Some 425 million people in China are taking a vacation as the world continues convulsing as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Barely nine months of border closures and restricted movement later, the coronavirus has largely been brought under control in China, Bloomberg reported.

In response to stamping out Covid-19, the Golden Week holiday is seeing massive numbers of people going about their lives en masse once again, as the

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Holiday Lights Festival will make spirits (and the city) bright this winter

The pandemic won’t stop Milwaukee from powering up this holiday season as the city’s annual Holiday Lights Festival announced it will flip the switch on the bright winter tradition on Nov. 19.

Running through New Year’s Day, the Holiday Lights Festival will use more than 500,000 lights to transform three Downtown parks into “Community Spirit Park” (Cathedral Square Park), “Tinsel Town Express” (Pere Marquette Park) and “Polar Plaza” (Zeidler

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