You Can Actually Stay At The Resort Where This Season Of The Bachelorette Was Filmed

This year, pretty much everything has changed, and most of that change has been extremely stressful. So when news broke that season 16 of The Bachelorette would not be filming at the same mansion Bachelor Nation has been virtually visiting for years, it may well have been an anxiety breaking point. Fans should not fear this particular change though, because the dramatic new season was shot at a breathtaking locale that you can actually visit.



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La Quinta Resort & Club will serve as the backdrop for the entire upcoming season of The Bachelorette, which premieres tonight on ABC. La Quinta is a Waldorf Astoria resort located in Greater Palm Springs, surrounded by the Santa Rosa Mountains. According to a La Quinta spokesperson, since opening in 1926, the property has become known as the “original desert hideaway” for the Hollywood elite — from stars like Greta 

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Nevada will have at least seven football games on TV this season

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Nevada will appear on national television in at least seven of its eight games this season, and two Wolf Pack games have shifted days as the Mountain West announced its national broadcast schedule with television partners CBS Sports and Fox Sports.

Nevada will open at home on Oct. 24 against Wyoming at 4 p.m. on CBS Sports.

The Wolf Pack will then travel to Las Vegas for the first collegiate football game in the new Allegiant Stadium as Nevada and UNLV will Battle for the Fremont Cannon on Nevada Day Weekend. That game will be televised by either Fox Sports 1 or Fox Sports 2.

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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.

Bartels Farm pumpkin patch welcomes fall season in Northern Colorado

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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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Chris Harrison on a ‘Bachelorette’ Season Without Travel

In any given season, the cast and crew of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will set off to half a dozen destinations, visiting everywhere from the Bahamas to Peru to Bali. This year, travel restrictions kept the show in one place—Palm Springs, California. We spoke with host Chris Harrison about what a stationary season of the show looked like, where he hopes the franchise will go next, and his 2020 vacation plans. 

Like many of us, those plans included a road trip. After spending two months in Palm Springs filming, Harrison drove across his home state of Texas and up into Oklahoma to visit college friends, a drive he says he could take in his sleep. Less familiar is his knowledge of cars themselves. “I don’t know how much a brake job costs, I don’t know how much a battery costs or when it needs to be changed,” he says.

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Litchfield Crossings Wraps Up 6th Season Of Cruise Nights

Press release from Litchfield Crossings: To mark the finale of another successful cruise night season during these trying times…Litchfield Crossings and its retail family will be celebrating the final Tuesday of Paradice Cruise Nights by giving gift bags to the first fifty shoppers and the opportunity to win a Surprise Raffle Come on down…make sure you are one of the lucky fifty that goes home with a goody bag chock full of fun things and useful items. It all takes place in the parking lots between Panera Bread and Webster Bank off of route 7 and Dodd Road from 5pm to dark.

“We are so grateful to the New Milford Community, our friends, neighbors, Paradice Cruisers and our Litchfield Crossing’s family for their continued support in making this a very special season,” says Kristen N. Gizzi, Executive Director of Litchfield Crossings.

“We all have had an isolating and frightening few

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A Discovery of Witches Releases ‘Power’-ful Season 2 Teaser Trailer

Those “attending” A Discovery of Witches‘ virtual New York Comic Con panel on Saturday were treated to a Season 2 teaser that is all about power — including those who want it, and those who have it.

Gathered on-set at Wolf Studios Wales, where they are currently filming Season 3, executive producer Lachlan MacKinnon and Deborah Harkness, author of the All Souls book trilogy, teed up the teaser trailer for the 10-episode Season 2 (which comes about three minutes into the panel video above).

Later, the two were joined by cast members Matthew Goode, Teresa Palmer, Ed Bluemel, Adelle Leonce and Steven Cree, to field fan questions.

Season 2 is still set to premiere in the UK in January 2021, and arrive Stateside “soon thereafter” on Sundance Now and Shudder.

Adapted from Deborah Harkness’ All Souls book trilogy, A Discovery of Witches is set in a world where witches,

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Cougars shake off early rust, cruise past Tulane in season opener

They waited and waited, 53 days to be exact, through schedule changes, postponements and one cancellation after another.

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Princess Cruises’ Ships in UK/Europe for 2021 Season

Princess Cruises reveals its plan for its 2021 UK – Europe programme. The cruise line company will base three Royal-class ships in Europe.

One of the three ships will be the newest addition to the line’s fleet – Enchanted Princess, sailing on a series of voyages to the Mediterranean, northern Europe, British Isles and Canada & New England.

Sky Princess and Regal Princess will be based in Southampton whilst Enchanted Princess will sail out of Rome. Guests can enjoy an enhanced Medallion-class service and new experiences onboard the three ships.

The newly completed Enchanted Princess was delivered on September 30 from the Fincantieri Shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy and is due to officially join the Princess fleet later this year. With the arrival of this 145,000-ton, 3,660-guest ship, Enchanted Princess expands the Princess Cruises global fleet of MedallionClass™ vessels.

Enchanted Princess will spend May to September sailing roundtrip from Rome (Civitavecchia)

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Azamara Will Set Sail Again for the 2021 Europe Season with New Greek Country-Intensive Voyages

MIAMI, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Destination-focused cruise brand – Azamara – has announced the decision to pause operations until the 2021 Europe season and return to service on March 20, 2021 for Azamara Quest’s originally scheduled 12-night Spain Country-IntensiveSM voyage, Azamara Journey’sApril 9, 2021 voyage from Lisbon to Barcelona, and Azamara Pursuit’s new series of Greek Country-Intensive Voyages starting on May 9, 2021. The brand’s itineraries are all designed for more in-depth exploration to truly connect to the country’s authentic heart of local life and culture. The boutique cruise line has chosen to adjust its sailings as a result of individual country restrictions, as well as guest survey results indicating that Azamara guests will feel more comfortable waiting to cruise until 2021. Compensation options can be viewed here.

“After very careful consideration, we have made the decision to pause operations until the 2021 Europe

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If you are planning to travel this holiday season, book your travel soon | 3 On Your Side

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — As airlines continue to struggle with a sharp decline in passengers, they’re scrambling to fill planes, and travelers are cashing in on good deals, even on typically pricey flights from Christmas through the New Year.

Scott Keyes from Scott’s Cheap Flights says there’s no magic day of the week or time of day when consumers can count on snagging the best deals, but he says there is a window of time when cheap flights are more likely to pop up.

In a typical year, according to Keyes, travelers would have to book domestic holiday flights three to six months in advance to get the best deals. This year, because of the pandemic, there’s still time.

“Maybe end of October, possibly the first week of November,” Keyes told 3 On Your Side. “If I’m looking to travel over the holidays, the way I would think about it

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