These are THE best Amazon Prime Day coffee machine deals in the UK

Coffeeholics looking for some of the best Prime Day deals have come to the right place. We’ve painstakingly sifted through a veritable trough of coffee machine bargains and selected only the very best coffee machines for your delectation. Whether it’s capsule, filter, bean-to-cup or straight up espresso, there’s a machine for all tastes and budgets from the likes of Sage, Krups, Nespresso, DeLonghi, Morphy Richards and Breville.

So dip in and grab yourself a bargain, but not before checking out these three rosey Amazon Prime deals first…

• Buy the De’Longhi Autentica Plus bean-to-cup for £329.99. Was £649.99. Save a massive £320 at Amazon

• Buy the excellent Nespresso 11399 Vertuo Plus Special Edition for £67.99. Was £109.99. Save a substantial £42 at Amazon

• Buy the Sage The Barista Express Machine £399.99. Was £599.95. Save £199 and 96 pennies at Amazon

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All About the Resort Where S16 of The Bachelorette Was Filmed – E! Online

Fact: There are several elephants in the room when it comes to season 16 of The Bachelorette.

Longtime host Chris Harrison has teased an “explosive” premiere unlike any other. And as Bachelor Nation fanatics already know, Tayshia Adams, 30, is expected to swoop in and replace Clare Crawley, 39, as the star at some point. When, why, and how? We don’t exactly know for sure. 

But one thing’s clear: Clare and the lineup of men cast as her suitors will not be seen roaming about the Bachelor Mansion, Villa de la Vina, when it’s time to kick off the lovefest. Though production for The Bachelorette was initially scheduled to begin in March, the coronavirus pandemic seriously delayed filming to July, where the task of finding Clare the one was flipped entirely on its head. 

So what’s the replacement for Villa de la Vina? This season was filmed at

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‘The National Road’ Explores A Changing America From The Ground

Tom Zoellner made his first real road trip in July of 1987. The Arizona native then enrolled at the University of Kansas, it was his first time east of Kansas. He drove east on I-70 with no real agenda, arriving in St. Louis in time to see fireworks explode over the Mississippi.

“Off the Poplar Street exit, I parked illegally and ran down to the water, touched the river that I was seeing for the first time, wandered through the crowds in the park, knocked on the gray-plated wall of the Arch, listened as the wife of then vice president George H.W. Bush made a brief speech to the crowd, yelling ‘Happy Birthday America!’ at the end,” he recalls.

And then he kept going. Into Illinois and up the Great River Road, and through Hannibal before heading back to Kansas. He didn’t stop to sleep.

That trip, Zoellner writes, remains

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6 Wisconsin hotels voted among the best in the country by Conde Nast Traveler readers in 2020

Six Wisconsin hotels and resorts, including three in the Milwaukee area, have won 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards from Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

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Your guide to a more socially distant Halloween season in Northern Colorado

Little ghosts and goblins might not be walking door-to-door in your neighborhood this year, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently advised against traditional trick-or-treating while the U.S. continues to battle the spread of COVID-19.

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Other Halloween traditions, like indoor parties and haunted houses, are also listed as risky activities, and taking hayrides or attending fall festivals in other communities should be avoided, according to CDC comments noted in a recent USA TODAY report.

The CDC also advises against:

  • Attending events with potluck meals
  • Wearing costume masks instead of proper face masks or face coverings
  • Wearing costume masks over proper face masks and face coverings, as that can be dangerous and make it harder for you to breathe

While still listed as moderate risks, safer options to typical Halloween favorites this year include:

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Cruises to nowhere: More than 6,000 bookings in five days, Singapore News & Top Stories

Phones have been ringing off the hook at the offices of Genting Cruise Lines, with the company receiving more than 6,000 bookings for its “cruises to nowhere” in just five days.

Each of these bookings is likely for at least two people. A total of 23 Genting Cruise Lines sailings, each with a maximum capacity of 1,700 passengers, are scheduled for next month and December.

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) announced last Thursday that round-trip cruises without ports of call will take place under a pilot programme.

Under it, only two cruise lines – Genting Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International – can take to the seas.

Without disclosing specific numbers, Royal Caribbean International also said that the demand has “exceeded expectations”.

A spokesman said bookings are up 500 per cent compared with the past two weeks. Its first sailing on Dec 1, which is capped at about 1,000 guests,

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Chicago authorities warn against travel to Indiana

Indiana’s statewide daily COVID-19 cases are causing Chicago to issue a warning for travelers.

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana reported it’s fourth highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases on Monday. The 1,576 new cases in addition to record highs last week, make the cases diagnosed in the last 7-day period higher than any other since the pandemic began.

Those statewide numbers are also causing one of the nation’s biggest cities to issue a warning, and it could escalate at a time when fall tourism kicks in.

Fall break is typically one of the most colorful times of year in Indiana.  But Chicago officials have a warning for residents making the trek across the border or down I-65. 

“Chicago residents are strongly advised to not travel to Indiana,” officials said. 

It’s not exactly what tourism groups across the state want to hear. But no one can dispute Indiana’s troubling COVID numbers.

According

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India’s coronavirus infections cross 7 million ahead of festivals

MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s coronavirus caseload topped 7 million on Sunday when the health ministry reported 74,383 new infections in the previous 24 hours, with a rise in infections in southern states offsetting a drop in western regions.

Deaths from COVID-19 rose by 918 in the last 24 hours to 108,334, the ministry said.

India added a million cases in just 13 days, according to a Reuters tally of government data, and it has the second-highest number of infections, behind the United States which is approaching the 8 million mark.

The southern state of Kerala, which won praise for its early handling of the coronavirus pandemic, on Saturday reported 11,755 new cases, the highest in the country.

Neighbouring Karnataka and its capital Bengaluru, where many software companies are based, has also been struggling to contain the spread of virus.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, faced with a collapsing economy after

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All About the Resort Where S16 of The Bachelorette Was Filmed

Fact: There are several elephants in the room when it comes to season 16 of The Bachelorette.

Longtime host Chris Harrison has teased an “explosive” premiere unlike any other. And as Bachelor Nation fanatics already know, Tayshia Adams, 30, is expected to swoop in and replace Clare Crawley, 39, as the star at some point. When, why, and how? We don’t exactly know for sure. 

But one thing’s clear: Clare and the lineup of men cast as her suitors will not be seen roaming about the Bachelor Mansion, Villa de la Vina, when it’s time to kick off the lovefest. Though production for The Bachelorette was initially scheduled to begin in March, the coronavirus pandemic seriously delayed filming to July, where the task of finding Clare the one was flipped entirely on its head. 

So what’s the replacement for Villa de la Vina? This season was filmed at

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A new Hawaii tourism chief steps in at a critical time for the Aloha State: Travel Weekly

John De Fries took the reins of the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) one month, almost to the day, before this week’s planned launch of a pretravel program that is crucial to the state’s tourism reboot.

“It’s a vertical learning curve,” De Fries said. “Not only for me, frankly, but for the entire industry.”

The program, which would enable visitors to bypass a strict 14-day quarantine if they test negative for coronavirus within 72 hours of arrival, would be the state’s first major step toward reviving its economy. Among U.S. states, only Nevada is more dependent on tourism, but Hawaii’s isolation has become a factor, as well. Nevada’s biggest feeder market is the California drive market, but the Islands depend on long-haul flights to deliver visitors.

De Fries, the first Native Hawaiian to be named CEO of the HTA, grew up in Waikiki and was previously director of the Native Hawaiian

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