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This 140-night world cruise includes a $1.7M suite

Regent Seven Seas Cruises, one of the world’s leading luxury ocean cruise lines, announced they will welcome guests on a 140-night world cruise, visiting six continents, 40 countries and 73 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Fares for the World of Splendor 2027 World Cruise begin at $91,499 per guest climbing up to a …

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Is it safe to travel to France right now?

French cities have been rocked by violent protests in recent days. Here’s what you need to know about transport and curfews. Days of riots across France have left some holidaymakers feeling unsure about their upcoming trips to the country. Since the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Nahel Merzouk during a police traffic stop …

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Hong Kong Cuts Quarantine to 3 Hotel-Stay Days

Hong Kong, which promotes itself as “Asia’s world city,” may finally live up to that billing once more, after it scaled back one of the world’s only remaining Covid-19 quarantines. Hong Kong has announced on Monday that, as of Friday, incoming travelers will only need to serve three days of …

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5-star Ana Mandara Cam Ranh Vietnam opens

Ana Mandara Cam Ranh, Bai Dai, Cam Lam has officially opened to guests from July 7 in its first phase. According to the leader of Sovico Khanh Hoa Company, Ltd. (investor), Ana Mandara Cam Ranh is considered as a replacement project for Ana Mandara Nha Trang (closed to tourists from …

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Canada extends border restrictions for inbound travellers

The federal government announced Wednesday all existing border restrictions to enter Canada will remain in place until at least Sept. 30. That means foreign travellers will still need to provide proof of being fully vaccinated to enter the country and unvaccinated Canadians or permanent residents will need to provide a …

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