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Can I eat kangaroo meat when I visit Longridge? Foodies say: How delicious!

Kangaroo is the national treasure of Australia. There is a kangaroo on their national emblem, which is the symbol of Australia. The status should be the same as the panda in China, living in air-conditioned rooms, eating ice cream, and

Can I eat kangaroo meat when I visit Longridge? Foodies say: How delicious!

Kangaroo is the national treasure of Australia. There is a kangaroo on their national emblem, which is the symbol of Australia. The status should be the same as the panda in China, living in air-conditioned rooms, eating ice cream, and

Jordan opens military museum under Red Sea

Jordan’s southern port city of Aqaba has built a unique military museum on the seabed off the Red Sea coast, hoping to attract more tourists and help restore coral reefs, the World Journal reported. The undersea military museum, which opened

black forest

If you imagine Germany to have undulating hillsides, small villages and dense forests, visit The Black Forest, where you can experience it all. A wide network of mountains, valleys and mountains extends from Baden Baden spa to the German border,

German travel

Museum Island, Berlin A UNESCO World Heritage site, Berlin’s Museum Island consists of the old Museum, the New Museum, the National Gallery, the Bode Museum and the Pergamon Museum. Among them, the Pagmon Museum is best known for its large

Hurtigruten Appoints Global Director, Charter & Incentive Sales

WHY IT RATES: Cao has more than 30 years of sales experience, 20 of which have been within the cruise industry. —Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer Hurtigruten, the world’s largest expedition cruise operator, has appointed Robert Cao as their new

Aqua-Aston Hospitality Talks LGBTQ Marketing

Aqua-Aston Hospitality (AAH) has a variety of hotel properties and condominiums in warm vacation destinations: Oahu, Kauai, Maui, the Big Island, Orlando, and Costa Rica. The company has also played an active role in supporting the LGBTQ community by including

Avalanche Strikes Hotel in the Swiss Alps, Injuring Guests

An avalanche injured several people when it crashed into a hotel in Switzerland on Thursday afternoon. According to The Local, the snowslide hit the restaurant of the Hotel Säntis in Schwägalp in the Swiss Alps around 4:30 p.m. local time

CLIA Re-Introduces Its Certification Programs for Cruise Lines

WHY IT RATES: CLIA’s certification courses provide a wealth of expert knowledge to deliver valuable education to the industry as a whole. —Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has re-introduced a newly expanded opportunity for cruise

25 Ways to Save Money on a Tropical Cruise This Winter

1/26 Save Big on Your Warm Weather Escape If you’re tired of the cold and snow and craving a change of scenery, a warm weather cruise to the Caribbean or Mexico may be exactly what you need. These 25 tips

Study Shows Traveling Can Help Make Kids Successful in School

We all know that vacations bring families together, but a recent survey shows that traveling may also help kids to be more successful in school. The Student and Youth Travel Association (SYTA) conducted a survey of almost 1,500 U.S. based

Albuquerque's Friendly LGBTQ Vibe

Albuquerque is a fascinating and dynamic city, sometimes overlooked by travelers. Similarly, the city is under the radar as a queer destination. But the city and region are very queer-friendly, and there are many reasons why LGBTQ travelers should consider