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Crystal River Cruises, the World’s Most Luxurious River Cruise Line, has announced its final deployment for 2021, featuring 35 voyages ranging from seven to 11 nights and exploring the historic cities, cultural treasures and UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Rhine, Danube and Moselle rivers. Sister ships Crystal Ravel and Crystal Debussy are set to return to Europe’s famed
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Cruise holidays may have returned but many rules still remain in place with most cruise lines requiring a Covid vaccine – which are they? From P&O Cruises and Carnival to Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises, this is what you need to know about what the major cruise lines require regarding Covid vaccination. Carnival Cruise Line
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Concerns about the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus have health officials in Los Angeles County considering new mandatory mask orders. Currently, the county is asking residents to voluntarily mask up in public indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status. CNN reports the Delta variant has spread to all 50 states, “fueling health experts’ concerns about COVID-19 spikes.”
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SANTA CLARITA, Calif., June 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Due to continued uncertainty regarding the timing for the resumption of cruise holidays in the region, Princess is cancelling cruises in and out of Australia through December 19, 2021. For guests booked on a cancelled cruise, Princess will move guests to an equivalent cruise in 2022. The rebooking process will have the added
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Mérida, Yucatán, (June 30, 2021).- The Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) promotes several strategies to prevent the rebound of COVID-19 infections in those regions that are governed by tourism, intending to take care of travelers, companies, and their workers who provide services to those who arrive in these areas during the summer vacation period.
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In that regard, it did not disappoint. The window of our modest Airbnb was decorated with a typewriter because it was purportedly where Elsa Morante, the great Italian author, wrote her 1957 novel, “Arturo’s Island.” “The Procidans are surly, taciturn,” Morante observed, adding, “The arrival of a stranger arouses not curiosity, but rather, distrust. If
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