What does America taste like? Ahead of the classic American holidays of Halloween and Thanksgiving, award winning American food writer Coleman Andrews celebrates the most exceptional and delicious food products from across the United States with CD-Traveller readers
“The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is a commercial state-sponsored company which was established on 1 January 1994 to provide air navigation services in Irish-controlled airspace, and to regulate safety standards within the Irish civil aviation industry through…”
After some years where we have stayed away from the United States and Florida in particular, the position has changed this year. Visitor figures from us to them has gone up by 29% compared to last year. And that is a bit unexpected.
We have been told that air passenger duty (APD) would deter people from travelling. Air fares are high during the summer much higher than they have been for some time and America also charges a visa fee. In spite of all of this we seem not to care.
Unless you have spent the past year living on another planet, you’ll know that times are tough and money is tight. Happily, however, you can still get some winter sun without having to remortage your house.
I’m quite fond of books. True, I buy more than I read but my excuse is that I save them up to take with me when I go on holiday. In a week I can go through 3 or 4 and there is something appealing about sitting in the sun with a book in one [...]
Palm Springs – the hangout of the Rat Pack back in the 60s and 70s – has got its grove back. Kaye Holland has the low down on the decadent desert oasis that’s currently celebrating its 75th anniversary
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