Monthly Archives: July 2022

Hotels.com will pay you $15,000 to visit the country’s most popular ‘retro beach motels’

A new Hotels.com contest offers the chance to get paid to travel to beaches across the United States. The “Retro Beach Motelier” prize includes $10,000 for transportation to the “Top 10 Retro Beach Motels” and $5,000 for expenses during the trip, according to the contest website. The winner will also …

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The latest drink launches for bars and restaurants August

Do you feel shiny or heavy? Holyrood Distillery has you covered Holyrood Distillery has built on the success of its juniper-based gin brand Height of Arrows with two new expressions (pictured above). Made with a whiskey maker’s mindset, Height of Arrows rejects the use of many botanicals and instead contains …

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Chishuru | Restaurants in Brixton, London

Nigerian-born Adejoké Bakare (known as Joké) had been hosting dinner parties long before winning the 2019 Brixton Kitchen competition, which offered him the opportunity to open his first brick-and-mortar restaurant. mortar, Chishuru, in Brixton Village. And when I say restaurant, this little (there are no more than a dozen tables) …

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Closure of Michael’s Soul Kitchen downtown

Michael’s Soul Kitchen, the swanky restaurant and jazz lounge in downtown Indy, is closing for good this weekend. The restaurant, located at 115 E. Ohio St., has elected not to renew its lease and has been renting month-to-month since the landlord of its building sought a buyer, said Michael’s landlord, …

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How hotels are changing to accommodate the lifestyle of millennials

A wellness center at CityBlue Hotels. [File, Standard] Millennials. They are the new cash kings and queens in town, but will bombard you with tons of conditions before they can give you their money. If they check into a hotel, they want to work, eat and party anytime. If they …

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Restaurants have a history as places of protest

DC is set to get a double dose of dining destination deals over the next few weeks: Black Restaurant Week (July 18-31) and RAMW Summer Restaurant Week (August 15-21). Black Restaurant Week Founded in 2016, Black Restaurant Week hosts its third annual celebration of African American, African and Caribbean cuisine …

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11 Best Restaurants Near Central Park

With around 42 million visitors a year, Central Park is New York’s most visited attraction alongside the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. This makes finding the best restaurants near Central Park more difficult than expected, thanks to hundreds of restaurants and tourist-targeted food carts that are either …

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4 new Richmond-area restaurants to visit right now and more | To eat

By Megan Marconyak Special Envoy New restaurants continue to enter the scene like pit beef in the Fan and fried chicken in the Short Pump, and existing restaurants continue to expand their services. Here is your latest list of results. Bell Greek (7011 Three Chopt Road): The new location of …

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Busy August for Paphos hotels but rooms still available

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “To place”) uses cookies, which are tiny files downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. …

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Sustainable luxury hotels for eco-responsible getaways

There is no need to give up a high thread count in exchange for a smaller footprint. Not all residents of the Rio Celeste Hideaway, surrounded by jungle, arrive with suitcases. The human guests who cocoon inside the villas of this Costa Rican hotel share the property – 90% of …

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Restaurants struggle with voice commands

As restaurants seek to remove friction from the ordering process, many are rolling out increasingly intuitive mobile ordering options, but voice commerce has been slow to take hold. In numbers According to the results of the 2022 edition of the PYMNTS Restaurant Readiness Index, created in collaboration with Paytronix, which …

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Opening of new restaurants in London in August 2022 | Hot Dinners recommends

August can be one of the calmest months for new restaurants (the calm before the September storm) – but there are still some strong openings to look forward to. chelsea – 275 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9JA Mirya comes from one of the best Ukrainian chefs, Yurii Kovryzhenko, who …

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Utah is home to one of the most expensive luxury hotels in the world

SALT LAKE CITY, July 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — One of the most expensive hotels in the world is located in Utahaccording to a new survey by TravelMag.com. The survey compared rates at luxury hotels and resorts around the world this summer, with results based on the minimum price for two …

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Actis Completes Payment for City Lodge Hotels Post-Acquisition

Companies Actis Completes Payment for City Lodge Hotels Post-Acquisition Monday, July 25, 2022 An open space inside the Fairview Hotel Nairobi. FILE PHOTO | NMG Private equity firm Actis has paid 1 billion shillings to complete the purchase of Fairview Hotel, Town Lodge and City Lodge Two Rivers in Nairobi …

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Rabat, Capital of African Culture and Culture in the Islamic World Hosts the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) Under the High Patronage of HIS MAJESTY KING MOHAMMED VI – May Assist Him

The Mohammed V University of Rabat, the Municipal Council of the City of Rabat, the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA), United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa) (www.UCLGA.org) and its African Local Government Academy (ALGA) are co-organizing the 21st IASIA Annual Conference to be …

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Eat, play, stay at these great Cape Town hotels

Views of the Twelve Apostles Mountains and the Bay Hotel Cape Town Courtesy of The Bay Hotel Cape Town Three magnificent hotels in Cape Town where you can have a drink and eat, or be pampered during a summer stay in the southern hemisphere (November to March) Cape Town has …

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7 bars + restaurants dripping with wild design

What happened to fun restaurants and bars? You know the kind of dive bars covered in quirky paraphernalia or kitsch restaurants that focus on one theme? While they may not be as common as they once were, the Bay Area still has a few places that aren’t afraid to go …

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These restaurants have the best food in Orlando, according to Tripadvisor ratings

When it comes to the best food in Orlando, people seem to have specific opinions. Whether it’s fast food, fast food, upscale or super cheap, Florida restaurants offer something for almost everyone. What’s clear about American eating habits is that Americans love options. Restaurants across the country are brimming with …

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Tsogo Sun Hotels: Publication of a circular relating to the hotel sale transaction and the separation transaction and the proposed name change

Tsogo Sun Hotels Limited Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa Registration Number 2002/006356/06 Stock Code: TGO ISIN: ZAE000272522 (“Hotels in Tsogo Sun” or the Company“) POSTING OF THE CIRCULAR RELATING TO THE HOTEL SALE TRANSACTION AND THE SEPARATION TRANSACTION, THE NAME …

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Small Swansea Valley town to celebrate African culture – Swansea Bay News

Swansea Grand Theater has announced that Strictly glitter ball winner and Victim Joining this year’s panto cast will be favorite Joe McFadden and Swansea West End leading lady Hayley Gallivan. They join previously announced Kev Johns and Matt Edwards in this year’s Pantomime Beauty and the Beast spectacular, which runs …

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Abandoned Modernism in Liberia and Mozambique: Survivals of Luxury Hotels

Abandoned Modernism in Liberia and Mozambique: Survivals of Luxury Hotels The swimming pool at the Ducor Hotel – Monrovia, Liberia. Image © Mark Fischer under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License. To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/981232/abandoned-modernism-in-liberia-and-mozambique-the-afterlives-of-luxury-hotels The luxury hotel, as an architectural typology, …

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A big change is hitting restaurants and takeaways in South Africa

After more than two years of Covid restrictions and increased demand, the restaurant and takeaway sectors in South Africa are experiencing structural change, says John Loos, property sector strategist at FNB. The data points to three key emerging trends: Growth in the overall restaurant, takeaway and catering sector shows signs …

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Three African restaurants feature in the 2022 World’s 100 Best Restaurants list

The geranium has a somewhat usual location. After moving from King’s Garden in 2007, in 2010 it moved to the eighth floor of the city’s National Football Stadium, overlooking Flledparken Gardens. Since opening its doors to the public, Geranium has also become the first Danish restaurant to win three Michelin …

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5 Chicago Restaurants with Moorish Influences

Admire the laden plates at Chicago’s Sicilian, Spanish and Moroccan restaurants and there’s a common thread drawn from the pages of history: every region was ruled by the Moors at some point, and the influence is clear. Saffron, rice, eggplant, spinach, pickled fish, sugar cane, almonds and pistachios are just …

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Hotel demand, booking rate up, but review ratings down

The latest edition of the Pulse report, which compares data from May 2022 to April 2022 and cross-checks it with performance from previous years, shows that accommodation demand and prices are moving in a positive direction and the pace of bookings remains off the charts, written Claire Middletona collaborating editor …

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The world’s 50 best restaurants 2022: how to watch and what to expect

After a year-long hiatus in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the World’s Best 50 are back once again to attempt food production from around the world. This year’s ceremony takes place in London; the organization announced plans to move the event from Moscow to London in February. (Although they …

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Best luxury hotels in Algiers 2022

Capital of Algeria, a country in North Africa, Algiers borders the Mediterranean Sea. It was once under French colonial rule and is still steeped in European influences, creating an eclectic vibe that is culturally rich and diverse – Arabic is the main …

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Hotels to see the duty free shops in the lobbies

Four-star hotels and above will be able to have duty-free shops on their premises, once the new customs regulations are implemented. The rules have already been approved and are being printed for distribution. Hilton, which is partly government owned, and public hotel Ghion are the only ones that have a …

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Are These The 10 Best Restaurants In Ocean County, NJ

These are the ten you picked, you might be surprised. Some are a bit expensive, some are not. Everything ranges from great food to an atmosphere at one of these fabulous Ocean County restaurants. If you love seafood, it made the list. If you like steak, it made the list. …

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San Diego’s 10 Best Restaurants, According to Our Review

SAN DIEGO- By the time Comic-Con attendees arrive in San Diego next week, many restaurants in the touristy Gaslamp District will have come up with themed draws — cocktail ice cubes resembling the Bat Signal, for example, or Yoda-shaped sushi. . With admiration for such bespoke feats of imagination, allow …

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When will more NJ restaurants be allowed to serve alcohol?

Since lifting prohibition in 1933, New Jersey has maintained some of the most restrictive liquor licensing laws in the nation. As a result, obtaining a license to serve alcoholic beverages in a restaurant in the Garden State is not only extremely difficult, but also very expensive. In parts of the …

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Disney Cruise Line launches three new family restaurants on the Disney Wish in summer 2022

Disney Cruise Line combines world-class cuisine with a signature storytelling and serving CELEBRATION, Florida. — With the launch of three all-new family restaurants, Disney Wish will take guests on an unparalleled culinary journey into an enchanted “Frozen” realm, a technological showcase of the Avengers and the Golden Age of Hollywood. …

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Scammers post negative one-star restaurant reviews on Google in digital gift card extortion scheme

Restaurants across the country are suddenly receiving a slew of one-star Google reviews, becoming the unwitting victims of a growing online scam. In a new extortion scheme, a group of scam artists are leaving negative reviews for restaurants and trading free digital gift cards in exchange for them being removed, …

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OWNERSHIP MATTERS: Private Clubs, Parking Lots, Convenience Stores and Converted Hotels | Community | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

Private club with members accommodation, restaurant offered for 32nd & Habersham Former State Representative Craig Gordon plans to build a 3-story mixed-use building next to Tacos + Tequila on the southwest corner of Habersham and 32nd, where the restaurant currently leases parking space. The proposed building would include a private …

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Meet 3 artisans who are improving the dining experience at Honolulu restaurants

In a restaurant, the kitchen isn’t the only place where craftsmanship happens. Meet some of the artisans who are integral to the experience, including one whose pieces don’t blend into the woodwork and another who is part of the literal fabric of Hawaii’s restaurants. Nick Hunsinger, carpenter Carpenter Nick Hunsinger …

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22 New Portland Restaurants You Need to Know for Summer 2022

After a two-and-a-half-year period where local headlines were often filled with historic restaurant closings, it’s a small relief to be suddenly inundated with so many openings. Still, the glut of new places to eat can be hard to keep up with — I didn’t know Langbaan had reopened in northwest …

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CITY LODGE HOTELS LIMITED – New Announcement Regarding Divestiture of Hotel Operations in East Africa and Completion of Refinancing – SENS

Further announcement relating to the Disposal of East African Hotel Operations and Completion of Re-financing City Lodge Hotels Limited(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)(Registration Number: 1986/002864/06) (JSEshare code: CLH ISIN: ZAE000117792)(“City Lodge” or the “Company”) FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT RELATING TO THE DISPOSAL OF EAST AFRICAN HOTELOPERATIONS AND COMPLETION OF RE-FINANCING …

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Where to Stay in Atlanta, GA – Best Hotels, Regions & More

Atlanta is a huge city, with its metropolitan area spanning some 8,000 square miles. While residents like me are spread across various neighborhoods, most vacationers and business travelers stay in three conveniently located neighborhoods: Buckhead, Midtown, and Downtown. Buckhead is the pinnacle of style in Atlanta – a tony established …

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Flaming great – London’s best wood-fired restaurants | Hot Dinners recommends

From barbeque to mangal grill to braai, London’s love of open-fire cooking shows no signs of slowing down. Here, we’ve brought together the best of the bunch, from chefs inspired by the family dishes of their childhood to those freshly inspired by the challenge of cooking over an open flame. …

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Wichita’s Underrated and Overlooked Restaurants

Wichita is home to many fine restaurants. It’s a fact that can be largely forgotten, but we’re blessed with a huge choice of restaurants. Navigating their number can be tricky, and places like this blog, the media, various social media groups, and review websites can help. I feel like I’m …

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South African restaurants are on the list of BEST in the world – SAPeople

A general photo of the Wolfgat restaurant in Paternoster, outside Cape Town, South Africa, February 22, 2019. REUTERS/ Sumaya Hisham Two restaurants in the Western Cape have been ranked among the world’s top 100 restaurants in the prestigious ‘Food Oscars’ list – The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022. These are …

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Lies, concessions and luxury hotels: what the SAHRC hearings into the July unrest really revealed

During SAHRC hearings into the July unrest, bosses of the country’s security cluster shared little material information. In his testimony six months after the unrest, Hawks boss Godfrey Lebeya said none of the the architects had been stopped. A year later, none of the people who carefully coordinated one of …

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The 11 Best New Independent Restaurants

Oklahoma City September 2021 James Beard semi-finalist Jeff Chanchaleune had been cooking Japanese food for 20 years, most recently at Gun Izakaya and Gorō Ramen in Oklahoma City when COVID hit. As the fate of these restaurants and others under parent company 84 Hospitality fell into limbo, Chanchaleune felt driven …

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The Putnam Museum opens a new exhibition on West African culture

The new component of the World Culture Gallery showcases West African cultures, art and artifacts from the museum’s collection and donations from local immigrants. DAVENPORT, Iowa — A new exhibit has opened at the Putnam Museum and Science Center showcasing the cultures of West Africa. The new exhibition Akwaaba: West …

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Best Dallas Restaurants for Fried Chicken, According to Yelp

DALLAS (KDAF) – Fried This and Fried That If you live in Texas, you know you love fried vegetables, meats, desserts and everything in between. One of the best classic fried dishes belongs to the humble yet so popular fried chicken and it makes sense that Wednesday July 6th is …

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LEAP-RE program aims to bring geothermal energy to African off-grid communities

Fieldwork in Kenya, spring 2022 (source: LEAP-RE) The Geothermal Village program under the LEAP-RE partnership aims to bring stand-alone geothermal systems to off-grid communities like Homa Hills in Kenya. The European Union-African Union Long-Term Joint Renewable Energy Research and Innovation Partnership (LEAP-RE) aims to create a partnership between African and …

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Ghana: “Letting Golden Tulip hotels to Achour Holdings to ensure a better return on investment”

Ghana Libyan-Arab Holding Company (GLAHCO) has denied reports that a Lebanese company bought the entire franchise of Golden Tulip hotels in Accra and Kumasi belonging to a joint venture between the government of Ghana and Libya. “GLAHCO wishes to inform the general public that the Golden Tulip Hotels have not …

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13 of the Best Johannesburg Hotels for Every Type of Traveler

BBeing the largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg is a destination of choice for many people traveling to South Africa. Whether Johannesburg makes your travel list for work or leisure, for the discerning traveler, finding a hotel that suits your tastes can sometimes be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve put together …

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The UK’s best outdoor restaurants to book in warm weather in 2022

Co-founded by Simon King (ex-Ramsay and The Fat Duck) and Matt Larcombe (ex-Heston), the champions of Victoria have elevated classic pub fare with a creative twist. Enjoy salt-aged beef tartare with horseradish and chicken egg, plus a mushroom parfait to start, followed by a traditional pub dish of fish and …

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Africa: Rabat launched as the capital of African culture

RABAT, the capital of Morocco, has been officially launched as the Capital of African Culture, a development which raises the international profile of the city. The launch at a ceremony at the Mohammed V Theater is the official celebration of the February 2020 decision when the Committee of African Capitals …

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Morocco: Rabat launched as capital of African culture

Rabat, Morocco Morocco Office — RABAT, the capital of Morocco, has been officially launched as the Capital of African Culture, a development that raises the city’s international profile. The launch at a ceremony at the Mohammed V Theater is the official celebration of the February 2020 decision when the Committee …

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New Restaurants in New Orleans’ French Quarter to Try Now

After choppy starts and restarts that punctuated two years of pandemic agony, New Orleans’ tourism industry is rebounding. The new year has already brought the successful return of Mardi Gras, the French Quarter Festival and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. And 2022 will continue to bring tourists back …

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The V&A’s latest exhibition is an unbridled celebration of African culture

Christine Checinska’s excitement is palpable when talking about the first day of the Africa Fashion installation, which marks the culmination of two years of research for the Victoria & Albert Museum conservative. Since Checinska joined the museum as curator of African fashion and the African diaspora in 2020, at the …

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City Lodge Hotels: New announcement relating to the sale of East African Hotel Operations

City Lodge Hotels Limited (Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa) (Registration Number: 1986/002864/06) (JSE Stock Code: CLH ISIN: ZAE000117792) (“town lodge“or the”Company“) NEW ANNOUNCEMENT RELATING TO THE DISPOSAL OF HOTEL OPERATIONS IN EAST AFRICA City Lodge shareholders (“Shareholders“) are referred to the advertisement broadcast on SENS on July 23, …

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Kenya: Hotels and restaurants struggle to stay afloat as food prices soar

Kisii — In recent weeks, Kenyans have struggled to cope with weather-induced rising food prices and rising input costs that have been compounded by the war in Ukraine. According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, the food price inflation rate rose to 12.4% in May 2022 from 7% in …

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