Month: February 2022

(credit: courtesy of Explore Charleston, ExploreCharleston.com) With a rich 300 year history, Charleston today is a historical treasure. The largest city in South Carolina has risen from being a major slave trading port, to a city full of tradition, hospitality and beautifully preserved architectural and historical treasures. From its preserved antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets and
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Robert Frost Suite. Photo by Michael Hospelt Your introduction to Poetry Inn’s unrivaled hospitality begins with an email query prior to your stay. Are you celebrating a special occasion? Would you like assistance with dinner reservations? Will you be wine tasting, and if so, what varietal most interests you? It behooves you to be specific, because
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The eastern European country has a long, respected history of producing wine The whole world is focused on Ukraine this week. It might seem trivial to look at the country through a less-urgent lens at this time, but since wine is what I write about, I wanted to learn more about those traditions. And what
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Russia has closed its airspace to all British airlines after the UK Government banned its flag-carrier, Aeroflot, from UK territory. Last night Transport Secretary Grant Shapps tweeted: “I’ve signed restrictions prohibiting all scheduled Russian airlines from entering UK airspace or touching down on British soil. Putin’s heinous actions will not be ignored, and we will
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(CNN) — Airbus just moved one step closer to launching the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035. The French aircraft maker has announced plans to test hydrogen fuel technology using a modified version of one of its A380 jetliners, which were discontinued last year. Airbus has partnered with CFM International, a joint venture between
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(CNN) — For Filipinos, breakfast is more than just the morning meal. It is deeply woven into the fabric of Filipino culture and tradition. It’s the start of a day full of good food, from lunch, followed by merienda (snack) and dinner. Filipino cuisine in general draws influences from other cultures — namely Mexican and
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With countries the world over striving to revive their tourism industries after two years in the doldrums, nowhere looks better placed to make a strong comeback than Turkey. Britons have traditionally flocked to this peerless Aegean-Mediterranean destination in their millions (2.5 million in 2019 alone) in order to take advantage of the superb weather, some of
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Hear me out: boozy…..water. Perhaps that sounds like the drink of wellness extremists looking to catch a buzz. But the appeal of Funny Water, a new line of canned boozy waters, is surprisingly universal — they’re hyper-refreshing and highly sessionable; one of the sole non-carbonated, low-proof options amidst a sea of saccharine spiked sodas and
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