Travel news – August 10th 2012 to August 12th 2012:
- Ethiopian Airlines to become third to fly Boeing ‘Dreamliner’ – USATODAY.com –
Ethiopian Airlines next week takes delivery of Africa's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and the airline's chief executive says the plane will first be used on routes around the continent.
- Goodwood House | Anglotopia – For People That Love Britain –
– LauraWhile London is gripped with Olympics fever I thought I’d step out of the city (just for a few hours) to the tranquility of the Sussex countryside and the Goodwood Estate to take a tour of Goodwood House, a 17th century English country house, and partake of a cream tea.
You definitely need to take a house tour to fully appreciate the State Apartments, the paintings, and the fine English and French furniture acquired over centuries. The Tour Guides are theatrical and knowledgeable and will inc… show all text
- Views from INSIDE the @gaylordopryland in Nashville. Amazing! –
- The Drop – Vancouver – blog – earthXplorer – travel and social media – –
– JD Andrews"The Drop pays homage to the element of water and the un-tameable forces of nature which are omnipresent in Vancouver." ~INFO
- Five Reasons to Visit Costa Brava Spain | LandLopers –
– Matt Long1. Beauty – Sure, most people know that the Costa Brava region is pretty, but it’s more than just nice beaches. My first exposure to the region was in Barcelona; a giant metroplex but one that manages to retain its traditional character and beauty. Much of the city’s quirky architectural style comes from the famed architect Gaudi, whose mark is seen and felt in every corner of Barcelona. Leaving the big city, the many towns and villages each have their own character and style, making the travel… show all text
- 34 Things I love About Travel –
A list of 34 things I love about travel. So many moments that make me addicted to travel. Come see for yourself. What makes your list?
- That’s Ridiculous! Can United Airlines Fix Itself? – posted this over on Frommer's : After a bumpy merger with Continental, can United turn things around? And will the airline be able to win back disgruntled passengers who have already fled to the competition?