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19  mai     09h00
Things to Do in Los Angeles 2022: Restaurants, Museums and Festivals
Sheila Yasmin Marikar    The rooftop bar at the Proper Hotel in downtown Los Angeles draws locals and out of towners alike
20  mai     17h08
Testing Requirements for Travel to the U.S.? Here’s What to Know
Heather Murphy    Passengers getting tested for Covid at London s Heathrow Airport
19  mai     20h02
In Romania’s Transylvanian Alps, See Bison on Safari
Charly Wilder    Tracking bison in Romania s Tarcu Mountains is one of several European safaris that focus on rewilding a progressive approach to conservation that aims to restore ecosystems and promote biodiversity through the reintroduction of certain species
16  mai     09h00
An Intimate Look at Mexico’s Indigenous Seri People
Nàºria López Torres    Lydia the shaman of the Punta Chueca community sings a traditional Seri song
17  mai     22h10
How the Clean The World Nonprofit Recycles Hotel Soap for Those in Need
Victoria M. Walker    Shawn Seipler the founder of Clean the World with used hotel soap before it will be recycled for those in need
14  mai     09h00
What to See Now in France’s Loire Valley
Lindsey Tramuta    The Château de la Haute Borde guesthouse in the Loire Valley doubles as an artist residency Like many attractions in the region the chateau is reimagining what it has to offer
19  mai     08h31
Things to Do in Rome 2022: Restaurants, Attractions and More
Seth Sherwood    After a two year hiatus crowds of travelers have begun to return en masse to Rome s popular historical sites including the Colosseum
11  mai     09h00
Looking to Help Ukrainian Refugees? A Voluntourism’ Guide
David Farley    Meaghan Thomas and Thomas McGee of Louisville Ky stayed home instead of traveling to London because they were worried about a rise in Covid numbers
21  mai     09h00
Staycation, Again?
Danielle Braff    The designer Victor Glemaud with two prints from his Schumacher collection the Virginia Panel curtains in black and white and Jessie Cut Velvet couch in navy and white
19  mai     13h00
A Fashion Designer’s First Home Collection Pays Homage to Haiti and New York
Alison Gregor    Offsets seek to compensate for greenhouse gas emissions in one place by funding emissions reductions or carbon removal somewhere else
18  mai     12h00
House Hunting in Honduras: A Pastel Palace on Roatán for 579,000
Maggie Astor    Spirit is at the center of an increasingly heated takeover battle
Do Airline Offset Programs Really Reduce Your Carbon Footprint?
Niraj Chokshi    Guest rooms at the Hoxton Poblenou are outfitted in Mediterranean inspired design elements
16  mai     23h37
JetBlue Makes a Hostile Takeover Bid for Spirit Airlines
Thomas Page McBee and Melody Melamed    The author Thomas Page McBee with his backpack and hiking boots in front of him His memory of his last trip to the Grand Canyon when he was is pockmarked with trauma holes
12  mai     14h14
In Barcelona, a New Hotel and Hub for Creative Types
Aatish Taseer and Joakim Eskildsen    Travelers at Frankfurt Airport in Germany last month The European Union is ending face mask requirements on planes and in airports
What Our Writers Read, Watched and Listened to Before Their Big Trips
Maaza Mengiste and Maroesjka Lavigne   
A Writer Returns to the Grand Canyon, This Time With His Mother’s Ashes
Hanya Yanagihara   
Returning to Istanbul, a Place of Competing Identities
Emma Bubola   
On Switzerland’s Mount Pilatus, a Writer Remembers
The Road Retaken, and Thus Seen Anew
E.U. Will No Longer Recommend Masks for Air Travel