Bal Harbour Shops and Mobilitie Bring 5G to South Florida’s Premier Luxury Shopping Destination

Mobilitie, the largest privately-held wireless infrastructure firm in the nation, has partnered with Bal Harbour Shops to provide the South Florida luxury shopping center with 5G wireless connectivity. Bal Harbour Shops, internationally renowned for its high-end shopping and dining experiences, frequently sits atop the list for highly-ranked U.S. shopping centers based on sales per square foot and boasts an impressive lineup of luxury stores that include Chanel, Gucci, Neiman Marcus

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New Orleans, Charleston, South welcome back travelers amid COVID-19

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Explore Asheville, the North Carolina town’s tourism promotion organization, decided in June that it was time to entice tourists back amid the coronavirus pandemic. But it was cautious.

The tourism agency focused its ad campaign on potential visitors who lived within 100 miles, close enough to drive. It used reams of data to target

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Historic hotel moved through streets of South Florida city

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Australia in Talks With Japan, South Korea on Reopening Travel

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Australia has held discussions over plans to reopen international travel with nations including Japan, South Korea and Singapore, though remains cautious over easing measures to combat Covid-19, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said.

Talks in the past week have also included some South Pacific nations and would build on an existing agreement to allow New Zealanders to visit parts of the country without having to undergo quarantine, Morrison

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NWMO travelling ‘Learn More’ trailer welcomed by Mayor of South Bruce

SOUTH BRUCE – Mayor of South Bruce, Bob Buckle, greeted a small audience that attended the opening day of the NWMO Learn More Mobile Centre in Teeswater on Sept. 23.

“Now is the time to get involved and learn more about Canada’s plan,” Buckle said. “I encourage residents across South Bruce and our neighbours in the area to take advantage of this opportunity and tour the Mobile Learn More Centre.”

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South Korea is top country Singaporeans want to have Air Travel Bubble with: Poll, Singapore News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – South Korea tops a poll of countries that Singaporeans would like the Republic to have an Air Travel Bubble with.

It was the clear favourite with 40.7 per cent in an online poll conducted by The Straits Times on Facebook on Wednesday (Oct 7), followed by Japan with 17.7 per cent, and Thailand with 16.9 per cent.

Malaysia, New Zealand and China rounded out the list with 11.6

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NWMO travelling ‘Learn More’ trailer welcomed by Mayor of South Bruce

SOUTH BRUCE – Mayor of South Bruce, Bob Buckle, greeted a small audience that attended the opening day of the NWMO Learn More Mobile Centre in Teeswater on Sept. 23.

“Now is the time to get involved and learn more about Canada’s plan,” Buckle said. “I encourage residents across South Bruce and our neighbours in the area to take advantage of this opportunity and tour the Mobile Learn More Centre.”

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FIFA to ORDER teams to let South Americans travel for WC qualifiers

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FIFA are reportedly planning to order teams to release their South American players for World Cup qualifying duty, despite growing reservations across Europe of clubs not wanting their stars on long haul travel.

With the international break now upon us, many

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Japan plans to resume short- and long-term travel with South Korea

South Korea is likely to become the second country after Singapore to establish a business travel bubble with Japan, which applies to both short- and long-term trips. Nikkei reports that the agreement could be finalised as early as this week, where travellers on a short-term business trip would be able to forego a two-week quarantine period.

Long-term business travellers, however, will still be required to observe two weeks in isolation

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Japan to restart business travel with South Korea – Nikkei

TOKYO, Oct 5 (Reuters) – Japan and South Korea are likely to agree as early as this week to restart short- and long-term business travel between the two countries, the Nikkei reported, in a move aimed at helping their economies following travel curbs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Short-term visitors will not need to quarantine if they show proof of a negative coronavirus test and provide a travel itinerary upon

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South African air travel innovation in the wake of the pandemic

Kulula.com’s founder Gidon Novick is changing things up on the travel front once again as he prepares to launch an innovative new airline.

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A new concept in South African air travel

Not only will this novel offering operate according to a new business model, South Africans were also given a chance to have a say in naming it.

Novick says his concept’s based on

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South East Asia Adventure Trail

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Travel with us to the ancient Kingdoms of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam in Southeast Asia, famously popular destinations for gap year travellers and it isn’t hard to see why.
The countries provide a world of unimaginable beauty offering the perfect setting for an adventure

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The Vietage Launches Luxury Railway Journeys Through South Central Vietnam, Business News

HOI AN, Vietnam, Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — All aboard The Vietage, which departed for its inaugural journey recently and now brings luxury railway journeys through the Vietnamese countryside connecting Da Nang and Quy Nhon cities.

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The Vietage has been developed by Anantara to introduce memorable journeys between Anantara Hoi An and Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, a unique Vietnamese luxury travel experience for its guests.

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Can South Africans visit ‘high-risk countries’?



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Thursday marks the first day South Africans can journey abroad since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the government’s media briefing on the matter mostly raised further questions, as the new international travel rules – and laws regarding high-risk destinations – were unveiled amid a jumbled frenzy of backtracking and corrections.

Which countries are on

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4 travel experiences to explore in South Africa

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Shaun Lamont, Managing Director of First Group Hotels and Resorts, believes that exploring your home country will not only allow you to escape the lockdown fatigue but also contribute to the economy and job creation.

He shares four travel experiences to explore in South Africa:

Sandy beaches

From Cape Town to Durban, to the

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Cross country: Trip south was no vacation

The Tiger cross country teams went south last week and although Thursday’s trip to the Pine Island Invitational was not a vacation it did provide a break from the high-caliber competition they had faced the first three weeks of the season.

Neither Farmington team came home with a championship trophy but each finished fourth in its nine-team respective field and many of the Tiger runners turned in season-best finishing times.

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South Carolina-Florida football spread, line, betting odds

South Carolina’s football team might be a big underdog a few times this season.

Heading into a trip to Gainesville this weekend, the Gamecocks will be more than a three-touchdown underdog to the Gators.

USC opened as a 22-point underdog in the SEC East contest. That number was bet down to 21.5 points, according to Vegas Insider.

South Carolina was a 20-point underdog three times last season, covering once in

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Our Favorite Things: 99 of our top spots in the South

Since Southbound debuted in 2013, our staff and contributors have logged thousands of miles, consumed millions of calories, and taken countless notes and photos to showcase the very best destinations around the region. Although every place we’ve covered is special, some left a particularly powerful impression. Here, we give you the best of the very best, our favorite spots in the South.

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Old Edwards Inn

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What to expect from South Africa’s ‘travel restriction list’



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Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane has revealed that ‘most countries’ will be allowed on South Africa’s permitted travel list for Level 1, as the country prepares to open its international borders on Thursday.

Level 1: When will South Africa reopen its borders?

MKN was speaking during an event to commemorate World Tourism Day. The industry has taken a pummeling in South Africa, following six months

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South Carolina opens as massive underdog for road trip to Florida

South Carolina’s football team might be a big underdog a few times this season.

Heading into a trip to Gainesville this weekend, the Gamecocks will be more than a three-touchdown underdog to the Gators.

USC opened as a 22-point underdog in the SEC East contest. That number was bet down to 21.5 points, according to Vegas Insider.

South Carolina was a 20-point underdog three times last season, covering once in

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