Food secrets you need to know on cruise liners

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You need to go beyond the brochures and daily newsletters explaining your onboard cruise food experiences. When it comes to food they offer a wide variety and options you can get. Knowing their secrets before going onboard definitely help to improve your cruise experience. On the first night onboard, it is customary for all cruise liners to offer a buffet at the main dining room. Many opt for this to get a good orientation for food options you can expect during your cruise and wait on lines. However, Celebrity Cruises and many others offer discounts at other restaurants onboard on the first night. Look for alternative mini-buffet open at other smaller venues such as the atrium or the solarium. Also it will be easier to get into other restaurants on…
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Shifting currencies shake up tourism

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Whether it's the soaring Swiss franc, the plummeting rouble or the sliding euro, recent currency chaos has thrown the travel sector into turmoil as holiday-makers dodge costly tourist traps and hunt for bargains. "In principle, currencies always have an impact on travel and tourism," said Taleb Rifai, head of the UN World Tourism Organisation, at the Berlin tourism fair (ITB) recently. When the ... See the original post here: Shifting currencies shake up tourism
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Weekly holiday tips and tricks

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Trident Holiday Homes has just added another few gems to its collection if holidaying at home is your choice this year, writes Catherine Halloran. One of them is The Wooden House in Kilmore Quay Co. Wexford. The iconic thatched roof comes into view the moment you arrive in the village, symbolic of everything this ... The post Weekly holiday tips and tricks appeared first on Irish Daily Star . Original post:  Weekly holiday tips and tricks
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How to avoid being embarrassed while holidaying in Europe

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Nobody likes having to pay jacked-up tourist prices or being embarrassed while on a holiday in Europe. Dressing and acting like a foreigner can attract thefts and scams. Travellers might lose valuables and have an unpleasant holiday, or in some cases, end up getting injured. To ensure tourists have a fun and safe holiday, travel resource site Smarter Travel has listed down six ways to blend in ... Go here to read the rest: How to avoid being embarrassed while holidaying in Europe
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Solo Travel As A Woman: Safety Tips And The Most Dangerous Places In The World For Women Revealed

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You only have to look at the travel blogs on HuffPost UK Lifestyle to see that solo travel is becoming more and more popular among women . But while going out into the big wide world by yourself can be one of the most empowering things you'll ever do, the realities of solo travel as a woman are a far cry from Eat Pray Love. Going it alone can be intimidating, and in some cases, it can be ... See the original post here: Solo Travel As A Woman: Safety Tips And The Most Dangerous Places In The World For Women Revealed
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Live: Rahul may take over as Cong president in April

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Article 370 was made for continuance of the state of Jammu and Kashmir with the Union of India on the basis of Instrument of Accession and there is no proposal under consideration of the government "to delete" the same, Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said in Rajya Sabha today. More:  Live: Rahul may take over as Cong president in April
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Weaker Euro to bring more visitors from the United States

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Planning a vacation in Europe? This summer may be the perfect time to do so. The US Dollar is gaining grounds against the Euro and getting closer to parity. As of the middle of January 2015, the Euro has fallen 14 percent for the year and now stands at $1.17 per Euro. The slide of the Euro still keeps continuing and expert believes it will continue for the entire 2015. There is a chance that it may hit lowest level in years soon. The European Central Bank (ECB) started a bond buying program similar to the quantitative easing (QE) program that was in effect for several years in the US. The ECB believes that a weaker Euro could boost its economy and tame inflation. Weaker Euro is more beneficial for…
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