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inside traveling This week’s news: new and upgraded airport openings in Asia, the best cheeses of 2024, and tips for dealing with roadside spiders and hungry bears.
The bear and the beetle
A spider caused a car crash in California’s Death Valley National Park this week after a Swiss tourist hit the brakes… Tarantulas are watching. Then a motorcycle hit the back of his car. “Tarantulas move slowly and are not aggressive,” the park assured nervous visitors. Its sting is said to resemble that of a bee and is “not fatal to humans”. Please do not endanger other road users by swerving or braking.
A section of North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Parkway was closed due to multiple reports of visitors being fed or even held up. young bear.
Autumn is the time when our four-legged friends overeat because they have to prepare for hibernation: that’s why you should never get in their way… hungry bear – or try hugging.
Shiny new airports and planes
Singapore Changi Station 2, probably the best in the world Most attractive airport, has been fully relaunched after three and a half years of modernization. The station is now more spacious, offers more capacity and features an immersive garden and a digital waterfall display.
Elsewhere in Asia, visiting the stunning UNESCO World Heritage-listed Angkor Wat temple complex has become easier than opening a magnificent temple. A new $1.1 billion airport Last month in Siem Reap.
Published by Japan Airlines Hi-tech interior Its 13 new A350-1000 aircraft will enter service by the end of the year. We’re talking speakers integrated into the double bed, storage space and headrest.
An American family returns to the Italian island of Ponza, off the coast between Rome and Naples, to live in their cavernous, cliff-hewn ancestral home. here how are they doing.
When this Californian couple faces health problems and life setbacks, they decide to make every second count: They go… Andalusia, SpainTo make their lives “as pleasant as possible”.
In 2001, in France’s Lot Valley, Robin Johnson and Jim Thaman found an empty, run-down property they wanted to transform. Your dream home. “It gave us a chance to completely restart our lives together,” Johnson says.
A thick, creamy Norwegian blue cheese with a “fruity flavor” was named the world’s best at the annual conference. World Cheese Awards This year it took place in Trondheim, Norway. The awards recognize delicious dairy products from around the world, from flawless versions of classic products to innovative twists.
Today there is a growing market for Asian cheese: an Australian couple established the first dairy and buffalo farm in Laos in 2017 in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Luang Prabang. They told CNN Travel how it actually happened Medieval crisis.
On the Channel Islands of Guernsey, the Seaweed Food Company processes large quantities of local seaweed into cheese and butter. “Seaweed is a flavor enhancer, so you find it… Cheese is cheesier”
The jet stream over the Atlantic was so strong this week that flights from the US to Europe sped up Matches this wordReduce flight time by hours. Stream boost contribution Storm Kieranwhich hit Europe mid-week.
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How can a design like the past change the way we fly in the future?
The British-built Airlander 10 was widely known for its rounded tail resemblance, but a “flying tail” could be a solution to climate-conscious air travel – and could make it the world’s largest plane.
A “Secret Room” It was decorated by Michelangelo and is open to the public.
It is hidden under a tomb in Florence, Italy.
I grew up in a hut on an island with no running water or electricity.
now his Pilot.
The monster that eats and eats at Lake Tahoe.
It is the problem of local people Interested in solving.