There is such a category as culinary travel, a chance to stay in a new country (or region) with the specific goals of learning to cook and eat a local dish. A popular one of these culinary jaunts has you hunting the raw ingredient too. That ingredient is truffles.
Are you a fan of smaller ships, perhaps river cruising, but these days even those options seem more impersonal than you’d like? Or perhaps you seek a family get together and adventure without the stress? Luxury hotel barge cruising may be the answer.
You might be forgiven if you have never heard of this archipelago of six larger islands, and many more smaller ones, in Norway. It’s not on the usual cruise lists of ports of call, or in the glossy brochures of proffered resorts...
This week Larry updates the latest cruise lines suspensions and cancelations. Also, he urges Royal Caribbean Crown and Anchor members to book cruises now to get double points. Website- https://justcruisinviera.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/viera.cruiseholidays/ SoundCloud [...]
Larry shares the news of the week from the cruise and travel industry. Carnival Cruise lines extends suspension of sailings. Disney Cruise Lines outlook from their earnings call. Seadream ends Caribbean sailing after [...]
Larry covers in detail the CDC’s “Framework for Conditional Sailing issued on October 30, 2020.” You won’t believe the hoops that the cruise industry will hop through to resume passenger operations. Website- [...]
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