It’s going to be called the Coca Cola Journey, an online magazine. It’s the new and bolden strategy for the sofware giants brand new website. And corporate it’s not. The new site has all the bells and whistles, but it does something rather remarkable, it emerses it’s visitors into an interactive experience, while being whisk […]
There is a funny way to discover Tuscany from a different point of view: it’s rafting! Rafting is an outdoor activity that requires an inflatable raft to navigate on a river with white water or different degrees of rough water. There is an International Scale of River Difficulty with six grades of difficulty in white water […]
Looking for a way to see the world from anywhere? Well, you might not always have time to travel, but you can live vicariously through those that do. Check out our picks for the 10 travel-based Instagram accounts that host some of the most beautiful–and inspiring–photos from around the globe. 1. EverythingEverywhere
EverythingEverywhere EverythingEverywhere is pretty bold in its statement. But photographer Gary Arndt is doing his best to Instagram photos from every place imaginable. Since selling his house and hitting the open road, Ardnt has sent Instagrams from all seven continents and more than 180 countries. more>> Comments
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Just outside of the picturesque medieval town of Offida located in the southeastern part of the region of Le Marche lies Società Agricola Ciù Ciù (http://www.ciuciuvini.it). The winery, begun in 1970 by Natalino Bartolomei and his wife Anna, and continued today by sons Massimiliano and Walter, occupies 150 hectares of vineyards on which are grown […]
Not content with life in Veneto, I have moved southwards to the Adriatic coast of the Marche region. Cupra Marittima is my new home, with sandy beaches, and large round pebbles where the water from the hills meets the sea. The promenade stretches from my apartment along the shore-line to the centre of the town, […]
Say “Ciao Bella” to Chic New Italian Cruise Ship Coming To Miami This Fall (via Wicked Good Travel Tips) It’s not often that the American cruise scene welcomes a new luxury cruise line to their shores, but that’s exactly what will happen in November when the MCS Divina sails into Miami. It’s time to say […]
It is hunting season, which means that game like wild boar and venison are on the menu. A classic recipe from Tuscany is pappardelle al ragù di cinghiale, fresh wide ribbon pasta with a sauce of wild boar stewed in tomatoes. The sturdy pasta and the sturdy ragù go very well together and perfect for […]
Pamela Brizzola is co-owner of Le Senate winery with husband Giulio Visi. Pamela takes the time to chat with us about the successful winery, which is located in the enchanting Marche region of east Italy. A dream of the couple was to produce fine wine which paid homage to the full-bodied, long finish which is […]
The Macerata vineyards are an undiscovered joy, producing a wonderful range of unusual and extraordinary wines. Traditional and down-to-earth cantinas (with grandma at the helm) still thrive here alongside innovative and modern wineries. These tours, led by Graham, give you the opportunity to visit these wineries and discover different approaches to winemaking as well as […]
Travel news you can use from The Travel Detective® Airlines & Airports , Know Before You Go , Videos — on August 9, 2013 12:51 pm
Bad news travelers, you can’t count on your flight to take off and arrive on time. Delays and cancellations happen, perhaps more frequently than you might expect. In fact, according to DOT statistics, in a one-year span, more than 20 percent of flights didn’t arrive on time.
Perhaps the most frustrating experiences occur when there are mass delays and cancellations. They come from snowstorms, hurricanes or computer outages. And when trouble starts, flights get canceled, then subsequent flights get delayed and soon thousands of travelers are stranded.
Don’t get stuck in the herd. Know Before You Go ! Here’s what you need to do get your travel back on track amid mass delays. Don’t miss the latest Know Before You Go videos on How [...]
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As we find ourselves standing knee-deep in Shark Week–infested water yet again (knee-deep in water, you say? Well, Misterjaw says , “Yea-gotcha!”), Vulture can’t help but feel a sense of déjà vu. Wasn’t there a special about shark-jumping last year? And the year before that? And the five years before that? Curious about how often Discovery recycles its signature motifs, we sifted through 26 years of the network’s predatory programming and determined that every Shark Week is constructed out of eight basic building blocks. 1. Shark 101.
Of the 139 Shark Week programs we found, well over half use the word shark right in the title (some more bluntly than others), and seem titled to proclaim to shark fetishists that this is where to go for their purest sharkcentric experience. Shark!
Sharks: Hunters of the Sea Sharks: Predator or Prey? [...]
Jaguar has introduced its first sports car in 50 years, and age sure looks good on its new F-TYPE model. The two-seater, which starts at $69,000 and runs up to $92,000 (based on the engine), is not your father’s Jaguar. In fact, the F-TYPE collection is probably unlike any you’ve seen in a classic Jaguar […]
So you are planning a trip to Jamaica and it’s your first time going to the island paradise. You read the latest websites and travel sites for news, reviews, tips, and ideas to begin to plan your itinerary. After reading many reviews you decide on Negril, Jamaica. Now what to do exactly is another story. […]
With over 1,300 different wine grapes out there how do you find wines you’ll like? Discover similar tasting wines with this chart of almost 200 different types of wine. Organized by style and then flavor, it’s easy to see the taste relationships and look for synonymous wines. A great exploratory tool for a wine […]