Holidays: Britons ditch holiday favourites in 2021 for these top five destinations | Travel News | Travel

Earlier this year, thousands of Britons had their holiday plans cancelled as the pandemic pulled the breaks on international travel. Instead, Britons decided to go on holiday in the UK, ditching flights overseas for something closer to home. But with many missing the opportunity to travel overseas, Britons are looking to broaden their horizons and truing out some new destinations.

1. Orlando

The USA has been out of bounds to Britons for the majority of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, if the country opens its borders to Britons, it’s looking as though it’s likely to be a popular choice.

Mr Thorne explained that Florida is very popular with families, especially due to the abundance of theme parks.

He said: “After a year spent at home, some parents are keen to make new childhood memories with their kids and have perhaps been saving throughout 2020 in order to

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Top Black Friday and Cyber Monday Holiday Deals 2020

We know that travel is especially difficult right now. But alongside the latest COVID-19 travel advice and updates, we want to continue to inspire you with new travel content so that when the world opens its doors again, you’ll be ready.

Where did the time go? Black Friday and Cyber Monday are around the corner once again – and Skyscanner is here to help you find amazing Black Friday holiday deals.

Things are a bit different this year. But with Skyscanner’s ‘Where’s Open?’ interactive map, you can keep up to date with the latest COVID-19 travel restrictions and book safer, smarter travel. Plus, we’ve created some handy tools that will give you peace of mind if you need to change your travel plans.

How to find Black Friday and Cyber Monday holiday deals with Skyscanner

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Best Prime Day Wireless Mouse Deals 2020: The Top Discounts

The second half of Prime Day is now underway. Amazon’s big blowout sale survived a months-long postponement, finally kicking off on Tuesday, and if you’ve shopped this event in previous years then you know that Prime Day offers up some of the best deals in tech that you’ll see all year.

If you’re looking to upgrade your remote work or gaming setup, get ready to shop: We’ve rounded up some of the best Prime Day wireless mouse deals right here, so keep this page bookmarked and check back often to stay on top of the latest bargains because we’ll bee keeping this list updated regularly throughout the week.

What are today’s best Prime Day wireless mouse deals?

How to choose a wireless mouse?

The first thing you need to keep in mind when buying a wireless mouse (and even a wireless keyboard, for that matter) is what you want to

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Sean Spicer’s New Book About Trump Is the Top ‘Dancer Biography’ on Amazon

It’s hard for folks to forget about Sean Spicer’s brief dancing career, even at Amazon Prime.



Sean Spicer smiling for the camera: Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer attends the Dancing With The Stars - 2019 top 6 finalist event, November 4, 2019, in Los Angeles.


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Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer attends the Dancing With The Stars – 2019 top 6 finalist event, November 4, 2019, in Los Angeles.

His biography, Leading America: President Trump’s Commitment to People, Patriotism, and Capitalism was released Tuesday. It’s listed as a #1 New Release in Dancer Biographies on Amazon, and one user pointed out this delightful description. Spicer appeared on the 28th season dancing competition show in 2019, and despite being mocked mercilessly, remained on the show for several weeks.

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“Always heartwarming to see people making it in the tough-as-nails dance industry,” Andrew Egger quipped on Tuesday morning.

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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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Cruises to nowhere: Genting Cruises gets more than 6,000 bookings in 5 days, Singapore News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Phones have been ringing off the hooks 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 November and December.

The Singapore Tourism Board announced last Thursday (Oct 8) 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”.

According to a spokesman, bookings are up 500 per cent compared to the past two weeks. Its first sailing on Dec 1, which is capped at

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Anantara Chiang Mai Resort Wins Thailand’s Top Spot in Conde Nast Readers’


Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, which blends contemporary design with traditional Thai hospitality and old-world charm, has been voted Thailand?s #1 resort along with the fourth best in the world in the 2020 Conde Nast Traveler US and UK Readers? Choice Awards.

More than 715,000 Conde Nast Traveler readers submitted an incredible number of responses rating their travel experiences across the globe as part of the travel industry?s most prestigious annual awards.

Designed by legendary architect Kerry Hill, Anantara Chiang Mai is conveniently located on the banks of the Mae Ping River, giving easy access for guests to explore the temple-filled old city, Lanna heritage, artisan villages and mountain hill tribes. The resort?s centerpiece, the stunning colonial house, was once the British consulate of Chiang Mai. The house is now The Service 1921 Restaurant and Bar, charming guests with a British secret intelligence concept, complete with secret dining rooms, a dungeon

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EFL chief Rick Parry defends radical plans to overhaul English top flight

The deal proposes EFL clubs will receive an immediate £250million rescue package.

EFL chairman Rick Parry has defended radical plans to overhaul the English top flight after they were criticised by the Government and the Premier League.

Project Big Picture, the brainchild of Liverpool and Manchester United, includes plans to reduce the Premier League to 18 teams, giving greater power to the ‘big six’ and abolishing the League Cup and Community Shield.

It also proposes EFL clubs will receive an immediate £250million rescue package and a 25 per cent future annual share of Premier League revenue.

Parry insists Project Big Picture has been designed “for the greater good of English football”, offering the best chance of securing the future of clubs outside the top flight.

Salford co-owner and former Manchester United defender Gary Neville said

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Louisville a top spot in U.S. to see fall colors



a tree in a forest: Fall leaves


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Fall leaves

Do you think Louisville is beautiful in the fall?

Well, a well-known travel company thinks so. In fact, it rated Louisville one of the top eight places to see fall colors in the nation.

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Lonely Planet is a travel guide book publisher that frequently rates the best places to do certain things. For its top 8 destinations for fall colors in the U.S., Louisville is ranked among iconic fall hotspots like Vermont and and the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina/Virginia.

Here’s how Lonely Planet described Louisville and why it’s a great place to peep the leaves:

“If you’re seeing colors around Louisville, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve sampled too much of the local bourbon. You don’t even need to leave Kentucky’s largest city to enjoy the changing of the seasons. A stroll around the gas-lamp-lit St. James Court

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Global cruise industry still largely stuck in port, but several regions have restarted cruises cautiously, Singapore News & Top Stories

The cruise industry across the world remains largely at a standstill due to the high coronavirus infection rates in North America, a major market, and the closure of many ports.

Major cruise operators such as Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line and MSC Cruises have suspended operations globally till next month while waiting for the United States market to reopen, USA Today reported on Wednesday.

A panel assembled by Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean Group has put up a list of 70 health and safety recommendations for the industry. These included pre-boarding screening, plans to address cases of infection on board and strictly controlled shore excursions.

The recommendations were submitted to the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention a few weeks ago.

In Europe, some of the world’s biggest cruise liners set sail in August with large-scale testing efforts being undertaken. Keen to resume operating its Mediterranean route, MSC

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