Top 10 Alpine foodie treats and tipples

A foodie is someone who cares about food and who really appreciates it. They usually like things to be a bit more sophisticated as well. This talks about ten things foodies would love in the Alps. If you consider yourself one and will be in these mountains you should find some of these to taste for yourself. Key Takeaways: Originally a Swiss creation, one of...

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Apple to Test Self-Driving Car Software on Public Streets

Apple is going to test their self driving car software on public streets. This is the first time Apple will be attempting this. This is a major step to reshape transportation. Apple was approved for this and it is the first time they have ever been granted the freedom to test out their cars in public. Key Takeaways: Apple Inc. will soon take its self-driving...

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Overtourism and Artificial Intelligence Spell Trouble for Icelandic Language

The Icelandic culture and language has long been a source of pride among the Icelandic people but in recent years has been steadily on the decline due to a multitude of factors. The fear is that it will go the way of Latin and die off altogether having been overwhelmed by other more prolific languages such as English. Overtourism and Artificial Intelligence...

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Justin Bieber Reflects On Positive Life Changes Since His 2014 DUI Arrest– ‘Thank God I’m Not Where I Used To Be’

Justin Bieber has made some pretty public mistakes but is really turning his life around. He is affecting positive changes. This is what he is now discussing. He is very candid about it and how glad he is. It’s good that he is doing this because he was headed downhill for sure around 2014. Justin Bieber Reflects On Positive Life Changes Since His 2014...

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United Takes a Beating and 8 Other Aviation Trends This Week

Consumers are more comfortable with biometrics than ever, and we can probably thank Apple for that. Now airlines are starting to ask whether they might use facial recognition, fingerprints or iris scans to make the passenger experience better: Airlines and Airports Look to Biometrics to Improve the Passenger Experience. Those traveling on Delta last week may...

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5 incredible wedding venues in Cyprus

There are 5 incredible wedding venues in Cyprus. Cyprus is known as a beach paradise, but it offers so much more than just that. There are historical villages and hot spots for food as well. It has everything. It is also known as one of the most romantic cities in the world. Tons of people bring their loved ones there. Key Takeaways: Weddings don’t get any...

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Delta Now Pays Up To $9,950 If You Volunteer To Switch Flights

Delta airlines is now paying up to 10,000 dollars if you volunteer to switch flights. This was created after a man was dragged off of a flight because he refused to give up his seat. The amount of money a person will get if they leave their flight for another one has gone up a lot. This will prevent the terrible situation where a man was dragged off of a plane. Key...

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Corporate Travel Still Doesn’t Get Homesharing Despite Business Traveler Use

The biggest concern that respondents had about homesharing was safety and security of properties, followed by the unpredictability of conditions, nonrefundable deposits, the possibility of last-minute cancellations by homeowners, strict enforcement of cancellation policies, and a lack of consistency across properties. In a move to win more business travel customers,...

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Trip.com CEO: Trump’s ‘America First’ Policies Are Hurting Travel, Killing Jobs

The executive order given by The president Donald Trump is now having a negative effect on both the travel and tourism markets across the united states. The travel industry is a 2 trillion dollar industry that employees one out of every nine Americans in across the country. Tourism in this nation alone ushers in 135 billion in revenue alone as they enjoy all...

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