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WATCH: Cruise passengers struggle to board as storm causes walkway to SURGE

Cruise ships are constantly battling dangerous storms when out at sea during journeys across the oceans. One cruise liner, however, struggled before it had even left the port. A viral video shows a Carnival Cruise ship struggling to stay stable whilst passengers were boarding. Thankfully no-one was harmed whilst attempting to climb the ship. The Youtube video, filmed in 2008, ...

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The 15 Most Instagrammable Spots In Pittsburgh

People ship Pittsburgh pizza half-frozen all across the country for a reason. The debate over who makes the best pizza in Pittsburgh is a heated one. Some folks swear by Fiori’s Pizzeria. (Gamble and Severino both told HuffPost it’s the best pizza in town, and Gamble actually makes a once-a-month voyage to get himself a pie.) Other folks love Mineo’s Pizza House, w… ...

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News: de Thé appointed public affairs director at Europcar

Europcar Group has announced the appointment of Jehan de Thé to the role of public affairs director for the group. In his new role, 52-years-old de Thé will seek to develop the group’s public affairs strategy with the main objective to promote the group’s expertise in the new mobility markets and to be the link with the public institutions (urban ...

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News: World Travel Awards touches down in St. Petersburg

World Travel Awards has landed in St. Petersburg, as the finishing touches are put together in preparation of the Europe Gala Ceremony. The highly anticipated event will take place at the Marble Hall, Russian Museum of Ethnography this Saturday, September 30th, while the official after party will be held in the ballroom at the luxurious five-star Hotel Astoria. Speaking ahead ...

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News: Qatar places latest $2.2bn order with Boeing

Boeing and Qatar Airways announced an order today for two 747-8 Freighters and four 777-300ERs (Extended Range), valued at $ 2.16 billion at list prices. The airline also received the first of its 747-8 Freighters at a delivery ceremony attended by Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways chief executive and Boeing Commercial Airplanes president Kevin McAllister. “The addition of our very ...

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News: Thomas Cook seeks to expand own-brand hotel options with LEMY deal

Thomas Cook has entered into a strategic partnership with LMEY Investments, a Swiss-based hotel property development company, to develop and grow Thomas Cook’s own-brand hotel portfolio. As part of the new partnership, Thomas Cook has acquired from LMEY a 42 per cent stake in Aldiana, a premium club and activity-focused tour operator and hotel management company based in Germany. Aldiana ...

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News: Dubai International celebrates strong passenger numbers for August

Dubai International registered another month of record passenger traffic with 8.2 million passengers welcomed in August, according to the monthly traffic report issued today by operator Dubai Airports. Boosted by the seasonal rush of travellers, particularly UAE residents returning for the start of the academic year, passenger traffic at DXB reached 8,233,311 in August compared to 7,727,105 recorded in the ...

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Google Maps UK: Street maps app found this very SPOOKY secret hidden in Plymouth

Google Maps unearthed a ghostly secret that is the stuff of horror movies in Plymouth. An old Jewish cemetery was discovered by a care taker of the Plymouth Synagogue. The cemetery was originally overgrown, until Jerry Sibley was tipped off to its existence thanks to complaints about crackling phone lines caused by the wild foliage. The Plymouth Herald reported the ...

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