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AMERICAN AIRLINES ADDS ONLINE TRACKING FOR CHECKED BAGS—SO YOU CAN WATCH YOUR SUITCASE FROM START TO FINISH. Frequent fliers of American Airlines can bid adieu to hour-long waits at baggage claim: The airline recently introduced a tracking service on its website, through which customers can track their bag as it makes its way from check-in counter all the way to baggage carousel.
The combination of beautiful waves, warm climate and a rad culture makes Bali one of the best destinations on the planet (sorry Norway! But see below). The camp is the perfect spot to just chill out at after a long day of surfing. Take a swim in the pool, hang out in the garden lounge or relax in the sun.
As the demand for international airline travel continues to increase, airlines are looking for ways to fly more passengers to more places in less time. Emirates recently announced they would begin operating non-stop flights between Dubai and Panama City on 1 February 2016. The flight will cover a distance
Alice Miller travels through Ireland, from Sligo to Dublin, following in the footsteps of one of the greatest poets of the 20th Century. William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet, Senator, Nobel Laureate – and a firm believer in ghosts. He claimed that after death we relive our passionate moments over and over, loving the same souls, burning down the same houses and acting out the same murders. This year, the poet’s 150th birthday, is the perfect time
The design-minded hotel offers a sophisticated, luxurious stay that brings forth the best of Japanese culture at the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills The design-minded hotel offers a sophisticated, luxurious stay that brings
Part of the north Caribbean archipelago of the Turks and Caicos, Parrot Cay was once a refuge for a notorious duo of female pirates, Anne Bonny and Mary Reid. Nearly 300 years later, tranquility prevails over the private island, covering 1,000 acres of nature, sand and surf. Our recent
Ruschmeyer Hotel | No-frills hotel bridges the low-key village aesthetic of old Montauk and its emerging role as a Hamptons Evocative of a period nautical summer camp, Ruschmeyer’s was originally built in 1952 on three lush acres of lakeside woodlands in Montauk, Long Island. The recently renovated cabin-inspired guestrooms circle a central lawn known as The Magic Garden, with picnic tables,
Lupe García—the creative director of recently opened Casa Cavia in Buenos Aires—is following in her parents' footsteps. Her father opened La Panaderia de Pablo restaurant, while her mother founded Ampersand—a publishing house rooted in language, history and academic books. casa-cavia-hotel-buenos-aires-argentina-04 Looking to move that business to a new location, García's mother found a stunning, historic 1920s house for sale in the elite residential neighborhood of Palermo Chico.
Pioneering a tea renaissance, focused on tradition, culture and spiritual nourishment... It is common knowledge that China is a land of tea. It's deeply rooted in Chinese culture and it's clearly an important part of the country's heritage, but when it comes to tea tasting, the story is slightly different. Nowadays, many people drink commercial brands of tea, with little knowledge or appreciation of traditional tea culture. Until a few years ago, the pace of growth in China was so rapid that it didn't leave any space for the development of a tea tasting culture that would (or could) embrace the richness of this old and important tradition. beijing-tea-culture-baoputang-teahouse-corporate-leisure-travel-01 Baoputang—a teahouse and private kitchen located inside a park of North Beijing—is