Disney World launch summer 2021 deals which include 14 nights for seven, $200 spending money and extra time in the park

DISNEY World has launched a number of deals and package holidays for summer 2021, which include return flights from the UK as well as additional perks.

While Florida is currently off the cards for Brits, with the borders closed to UK tourists, the theme park is instead looking to next summer to welcome them back.

Book a Disney World holiday now and get a load of extra perks

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Book a Disney World holiday now and get a load of extra perksCredit: Alamy

The deals, which include dates between January 1 and March 21, and April 11 and September 12, have a range of extra add-ons to entice people to book.

For example, the Magic Break deals include 14-day park tickets for the price of seven, alongside 14 days at a number of Disney resorts.

These include Disney’s Pop Century Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

Disney World is off-limits to Brits for now, but hopes to welcome them back next year

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Disney World is off-limits to Brits for now, but hopes
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Coronavirus cases in world rising by 1 million every three days

Oct. 11 (UPI) — Nations are reporting record daily coronavirus cases, mainly in Europe after largely controlling the pandemic, with the world adding around 1 million new infections every three days.

On Saturday, a total of 355,909 new cases were reported worldwide, slightly less than the record 358,354 the day before and the fourth day in a row with more than 300,000. One-third of those new cases were in Europe.

On Sunday, Europe added 88,488 cases with 242,197 globally so far Sunday.

In all, the cases total 37,454,230, according to Worldometers.info.

Total cases passed 36 million on Tuesday and 37 million on Friday.

The death toll is 1,077,290, including an additional 5,074 fatalities Saturday. Within the past month, daily deaths have risen from a low of 3,535 on Monday, Sept. 28 while remaining short of a high of 6,447 on Sept. 2.

For several months, the United States has had

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Steve Doocy: I told my dad I’d pay for a trip anywhere in the world. Here’s where we ended up

This past week my wife Kathy and I released our brand new #1 NY Times Best-selling “Happy in a Hurry Cookbook,” which is not only a wonderful assortment of delicious recipes, it’s also a collection of Doocy family stories from our 30+ years of marriage.

If you’re like me, you’ve been thinking about how much during the pandemic we all miss traveling, going somewhere, anywhere and that has had me remembering one of my favorite trips ever.

When my mom died, my parents had been planning on taking the trip of a lifetime to Hawaii. But my dad said he couldn’t go without her and never used the tickets.

Later that same year I asked my dad whether there was any other place on Earth he’d like to visit and after he said, “No,” I stunned myself by saying “I’ll pay,” sounding like a dot-com billionaire who’d bought Amazon at

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‘Tide’s begun to turn’: Pompeo says US, India partners in fight against China – world news

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday urged closer ties with India as he warned of China’s growing might on its doorstep, amid a flurry of diplomacy between the world’s two largest democracies.

“They absolutely need the United States to be their ally and partner in this fight,” Pompeo said of his four-way meetings earlier this week in Tokyo with his counterparts from India, Japan and Australia.

“The Chinese have now begun to amass huge forces against India in the north,” Pompeo told radio host Larry O’Connor.

“The world has awakened. The tide’s begun to turn. And the United States under President Trump’s leadership has now built out a coalition that will push back against the threat,” he said.

Following the Tokyo meeting, Pompeo will travel shortly to New Delhi with Defense Secretary Mark Esper for annual talks with their Indian counterparts.

Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun will

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Denver hotel ranked among 25 best in world

A Denver hotel earned a ranking among the top 25 hotels in the world in the 2020 Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards, and another 18 hotels and resorts earned regional accolades from the travel magazine.

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Condé Nast Traveler also named Aspen the No. 7 small city in the United States, remarking: “Aspen is home to some of the best ski slopes in the United States—and some of the best resorts, too.”

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But the biggest honor locally went The Art, the 165-room luxury hotel at 1201 Broadway that is bedecked in artwork and features a fourth-floor balcony lounge overlooking the Golden Triangle district. Condé Nast Traveler ranked it as the No. 22 hotel in the world, the No. 9 hotel in the U.S. and the No. 1 hotel

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Travel the World Based on Beautiful Flowers

If you’re like us, you likely have an ever-growing list of places you want to go when this is all over. Sometimes, those ideas come from the most unexpected of places. This week’s selection for Just Booked (our series on gorgeous travel-related coffee table books), Flower: Exploring the World in Bloom, is one of those sources.



a tree in a forest: Rebecca Louise Law courtesy of Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park


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Rebecca Louise Law courtesy of Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

Published by Phaidon this fall, this bright orange tome is filled with 4,000 years of art depicting flowers. Rather than being arranged chronologically or by genre, the works in the book are paired on facing pages to play off each other. Thus you have wondrous situations like a phantasmagoric 1736 vase with “hundred flower” decorations opposite an equally intense floral background found in Kehinde Wiley’s 2013 Portrait of James Hamilton, Earl of Arran. Or, an

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The world awaits with IOL Travel’s October digital magazine

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On October 1, South Africa reopened its borders for international travel, allowing South Africans to visit low-risk Covid-19 destinations and for tourists to once again get a taste of the country’s vast offerings.

The October 2020 IOL Travel digital magazine cover.

This month’s edition of IOL Travel is the perfect guidebook to help you plan an international holiday during the pandemic. We offer useful tips and tricks that you can use before, during and after your trip.

Venturing abroad during the pandemic can be daunting, especially when you throw in Covid-19 tests and quarantine into the mix. This edition unpacks all the procedures you need to familiarise yourself with before you leave for your holiday.

For international tourists and locals who do not want to venture abroad, we have included a spread on the top

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Kyoto ranked as best big city in the world by U.S. travel magazine : The Asahi Shimbun

Although hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic as have other tourist destinations, Kyoto still ranks as a world favorite for travelers.

The U.S. travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler has ranked Japan’s ancient capital as the world’s best large city in its 2020 readers’ choice poll, which excludes the United States. 

It is the first time its readers selected Kyoto as their top choice, although it ranked second the previous year.

The top honor comes with some irony in a year when foreign tourism practically vanished, but it also offers some hope for the city’s tourist industry.

Kyoto has struggled during the pandemic as foreign tourism to Japan nosedived this year because of the virus. The number of foreigners who stayed at major hotels in Kyoto in July dropped by 99.8 percent compared to July last year.

On the Conde Nast Traveler list, Tokyo had topped the rankings four years in

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TCS World Travel Announces Dates for Its First All-Inclusive Luxury Expeditions On Ground-Breaking New Airbus A321neo Private Jet

Travelers Can Explore Nine Legendary Destinations On “Around The World” Luxury Jet Tour In New Customized Airbus A321neo-LR Aircraft: October 10 – November 2, 2021 And December 30, 2021 – January 22, 2022

TCS World Travel, the world’s leading operator of private jet expeditions, today announced dates for its first scheduled all-inclusive luxury tours on its new private Airbus A321neo-LR aircraft. The new ground-breaking private Airbus will take to the skies for its inaugural flight on an upgraded version of the company’s most popular “Around the World” expedition October 10 – November 2, 2021 followed by a second offering December 30, 2021 – January 22, 2022. Both expeditions will fly with an 18-person staff and crew, including a dedicated physician who will travel with guests the entire trip.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201007005308/en/

Travelers Can Explore Nine Legendary Destinations On TCS World Travel’s

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Where to travel and what to taste on World Food Day 2020: A guide for globetrotting gourmands

In honour of World Food Day 2020 on the 16th October, with this year’s theme committed to making food systems more sustainable, strong and resilient through healthy eating habits and sustainable practices, we have rounded up the best places for gourmands to travel to. From organic restaurants using locally sourced produce to bespoke wellness meal plans and supporting local wine makers, these are the best trips to book to satisfy your taste buds as well as your eco conscience.

CAYO Exclusive Resort and Spa, Crete

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Locally sourced Grecian goodness from a Michelin-starred chef

The perfect destination for gourmands looking to explore Crete’s northern coast, CAYO Exclusive Resort and Spa is nestled on its own private swathe of beach overlooking Elounda Bay and boasts four gastronomic restaurants. From the effortlessly cool Stone Beach House, perched on Plaka Beach, to Kelari, where guests can expect a fine-dining experience, all-day eatery Ambrosia to

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