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In April 2000, my wife, Professor Rima Sokoloff, and I visited Cuba with an educational study group. Our weeklong trip included visits to beaches, farms, cigar factory, schools, reforestation project, hospitals, historic sites and a Passover seder at a Havana synagogue. I subsequently wrote about our trip in Lodging Hospitality magazine (August 2000) “Cuba: The …

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Air China will commence nonstop service from Chengdu to Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, on February 10, 2015, giving travelers easy access to a magical and romantic tropical land. Air China will operate its Chengdu-Colombo service CA425/6 with an Airbus 330 aircraft. The four flights a week will be offered on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, …

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When it comes to what really annoys us on holidays, tipping troubles and rude locals don’t push Australian travelers’ buttons quite as much as unpacking and doing the laundry when we get home. That’s the finding from the How are you travelling? survey by Australia’s favorite online travel destination Wotif.com, which surveyed more than 6,900 …

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Embraer S A delivered 30 commercial and 52 business jets, 38 light and 14 large jets, during the fourth quarter of 2014 (4Q14), thus closing out the year with 92 airplanes delivered to the commercial airline market and 116 to the executive aviation market, that is, 92 light and 24 large jets. On December 31, …

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Spafinder Wellness 365™ today released its 12th report on the top 10 spa and wellness trends set to unfold in 2015 and beyond. In the sea of trends lists appearing each new year, the company’s definitive spa and wellness industry forecast is unique for taking a global view of what’s trending across the wellness landscape—including …

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  Here is the latest news on the missing Air Asia flight QZ8501 from newswires in Asia. Australian planes spot objects in sea in AirAsia search area, Indonesian official says. – @AP Jakarta’s Air Force base commander, Rear Marshal Dwi Putranto, says he was informed Monday that an Australian Orion aircraft had detected suspicious objects …

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  One of the major tourist attractions in Chicago turned into a tourism threat Friday night when Chicago police responded to a large disturbance at Navy Pier that injured at least one person Friday night. Chicago, known as the murder capital of the United States and big in promoting travel and tourism, has the famous …

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  Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport had to be closed due to a “deluge” of snow on Friday. Five inbound flights were diverted so that runways could be cleared. Most of the flights were rerouted to Manchester’s airport. Heavy snow in parts of the UK forced the Liverpool airport to shut down and caused holiday traffic …

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The recent elections in Mauritius swept a new government into power, and the island’s new Cabinet of Ministers sees the Hon. Xavier-Luc Duval, the Deputy Prime Minister of Mauritius, also take over the tourism portfolio. This act in elevating the tourism portfolio to the office of the Deputy Prime Minister shows the importance of tourism …

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The true spirit of Christmas is to give for a good cause. Every festive season the OJ Market Mall on Market Street in Victoria, Seychelles, upholds its tradition of keeping the true spirit of Christmas alive with a late-night shopping spree and the distributing of gifts to children. This year, the OJ Market Mall sent …

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