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Universal Studios Hollywood: A Thrilling Theme Park Adventure…

Universal Studios Hollywood is a world-renowned theme park located in the heart of Los Angeles, California. It is a must-visit destination for both movie lovers and thrill-seekers alike
Exploring the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles…

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the most iconic attractions in Los Angeles, California, and a must-visit destination for anyone interested in film, television, and music history. The Walk of Fame
Exploring Griffith Observatory in California…

Griffith Observatory is a world-renowned landmark located in Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California. The Observatory offers a wide range of exhibits and programs dedicated to the study of astronomy
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" Data Analyst Project on Hotel Booking "

That you can add in your resume or portfolio to showcase your skills 💯

◻ In Recent Year , City Hotel & Resort Hotel have seen High Cancellation Rates. Each Hotel is now Dealing with number of issue as result including Fewer #revenue & Less than ideal Hotel room use.
🔹 Insights :

1️⃣ More Cancellation occur when prices are higher
2️⃣ When there is Longer waiting list , Customer tend to Cancel more frequently
3️⃣ The majority of Clients are coming from a offline #travel agents to make their #reservations
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Mega Thread

This is an attempt to lay out an extensive timeline of events with sources for reference, leading to what the World Economic Forum and World Leaders like to call “The Great Reset”.
I prefer to call this leviathan the BioSecurity State. Its preparation and the infrastructure put into place dates back at least 21 years, although it can be argued it goes back much further.
I realize there are significant historical events I leave out like 9/11 and subsequent wars. I try to focus on key events, stories and documents that builds specifically upon the narrative of pandemics, digital ID, digital currency and cyber security which are interlinked towards……
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#OTD in 1955
‘Just a small down payment and - Off you go on a wonderful TWA vacation!’
Illustrator unknown (Lionel Gilbert worked on the TWA account)
#illustration #illustrationart #illustrationartists #LionelGilbert #airtransport #airlines #TWA image from
‘This year, with TWA’s faster, finer Constellation fleet . . . and new “Time Pay Plan” . . . It’s easier than ever to visit faraway places!’
#travel #vacations #holidays #illustration #illustrationart #illustrationartists #LionelGilbert #airlines #TWA
'Fly the finest . . . Fly TWA Trans World Airlines’
Collier's magazine, March 4, 1955
#illustration #illustrationart #illustrationartists #LionelGilbert #airlines #TWA
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One has the opportunity to create a lot of memories when travelling. The food, though, stands out among all that make the travel unforgettable.

#IndianFood #IndianRailways #Travel #Tourism
Eating in a train station is a unique experience in and of itself.

Which one would you try the next time you're at one of these train stations?
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‘Spalato–The City within a Roman Palace’ has just aired, on this day on 3LO @abcmelbourne in 1936. Read by my grandfather as part of a series of talks under the eye/ear of C. Hughes Hallett, Controller of Talks and Services. Would any recordings exist somewhere?
#radio #archives
Who knew Diocletian had a thing for cabbages?
Wish I’d read this stuff when I stayed in the Palace years ago. I’d love to have known of the four gates: Golden (for his birthplace), Silver (for the moon across the water), Bronze & Iron (for the metals that defended the State.)
In other archival records, the motorcycle diaries from May 1929, sent from London in 1930. Written in conjunction with his travelling companion, Harry Solomon. From Salisbury to Torquay, Lands End, Clovelly, Kilve, Cheddar, Wells. Losing petrol caps, stalling on hills & swearing.
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Thread - My columns on #innovation #creativity #entrepreneurship at the intersection of #culture for The New Indian Express. Just putting them all at one place.
1 - Design to Drive the return of #tourism post pandemic…

#travel #design
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I managed to walk about 12km yesterday and throughout the walk was constantly looking up as aircraft landed on runway 27 @SanDiegoAirport. As @Airbus A350 destinations go this one is a little unusual approach wise… Follow on my walk as I explain…#WePilots #aviation #SanDiego
Unlike other major #airports San Diego doesn’t have an Instrument Landing System (ILS) on R27,I’ll explain why later.The approach is also a little steeper than the norm to avoid small hills on the approach. It’s stunning day or night as you fly through the city to land. #WePilots
From Balboa Park most aircraft descend using a GPS approach that follows a descent angle of 3.5 degrees from a approach fix to the runway. An imaginary descent path to follow to the runway using GPS rather than an ILS beam from the ground. But why is SAN an unusual destination?
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Starting Jan 5, 2023: Travelers flying to U.S. from China, or who have been in China in the past 10 days & are flying from certain airports, must show a negative #COVID19 test taken within 2 days before #travel to the US or documentation of recovery. Illustration of an airplane circling a globe that is half co
More info: Because of surge in COVID-19 cases in China + the lack of adequate, transparent sequencing data, incl. critical viral genomic sequence data, the U.S. is taking steps to protect Americans’ public health and be on alert for any potential #COVID19 variants.
Based on lack of available data, incl. limited availability of viral genomic sequencing data to help identify new #COVID19 variants & a limited number of testing/reporting of new cases, it is harder for U.S. public health officials to identify new variants spreading to U.S.
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This thread is for all those people #traveling stuck in #airports with ruined #holiday plans. I am a seasoned global traveler who has encountered almost every ridiculously inconvenient #travel scenario. A few tips I wish I'd had as a less seasoned traveler 1/
1. Take a few minutes and have a meltdown. Cry, yell/scream into your blanket or coat. Let out the rage then stop. Take 5 to 10 deep breaths and remember people unexpectedly died today or this week. It's better to be unimaginably inconvenienced than gone. 2/
2. Please do not yell at the counter agents. They are in unimaginable pain & stress. Some aren't equipped to handle it. Everyone is dealing with something @ home & @ work. Do it for them to be unlike the 1000s of others who won't heed this advice & take out their rage on them. 3/
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(1/?) Sometimes wisdom looks different than we imagine. When we’re frustrated, stuck at home, complaining, making mountains of molehills- we want wisdom to be easy. Instead we must go out and accomplish something, see how big this world is. How hard people work.
Only then we get real wisdom. And don’t worry, this ain’t some Mach tough love bullshit (not completely.) Because real wisdom is as graceful and kind as we imagined it would be. It desires a safe comfortable home for all, kindness of strangers and enjoying life. But it’s earned.
You won’t find that wisdom sitting at home frustrated. When you’re in that mode, you want quick fixes you call wisdom. You want the idea or imagine of wisdom, the picture of a smiling Buddha. But it’s just a picture. You gotta go out and see this world. See the plights of others.
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#PuertoRico #Castles #travelphotography #SanJuan: Castillo San Felipe del Morro / El Morro astonishes. It is a massive triangular fortress draped guarding the harbor. It may be the second largest fortress in the entire New World, second only to nearby Castillo San Cristobal. 1/
2/ #UNESCO El Morro five tiers of wedding cake #ramparts must soar up to 100 feet above the #ocean. The Spanish started construction in 1539. To enter, one crosses a splendid multi-acre lawn on the landward approach they deliberately cleared of all obstacles.
3/ El Morro's original pierced windowless guard towers are named "garitas". (I use "margarita" as a mnemonic...). We also saw many 3' long iguanas: one on the giant exterior lawn and at least 10 more in the dry moat. They love eating the weeds/clovers.
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#Metz #France #travel - #NotreDame cathedral reveals itself at the end of a narrow street… It is beautiful Gothic architecture, with a mid-height central tower and two taller flanking transept towers much further at back. It’s all lit up at night. 1/
2/ #travel #France - #NotreDame of Paris caught on fire a few years ago. Here is another heartbreaking Notre Dame fire... but this is Metz in 1877... The other images show three other stages of evolution - two earlier and one now. #architecture
3/ Metz is a remarkably beguiling town that enchants absolutely effortlessly. There is a large pedestrian-only expanse in the compact historical district that makes walking around a wonderful, pollution free, safe pleasure. Note Marshall Ney's statue↖️!
Read 10 tweets SUNAK CAN LEARN FROM STURGEON ON HOW TO AVOID A WINTER OF DISCONTENT If Rishi Sunak wants to end the strikes, he has to engage with unions like Nicola Sturgeon. The PM knows from furlough that working with unions is better than working against them.
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#A380 #Boeing #Airbus #avgeek - The world's largest passenger plane, the wide-body two-story Airbus A380, entered service with @SingaporeAir in Oct. 2007. 254 built through 2021 when production ended. @Emirates bought ~half. 1/ @Sylvia70485099
2/ I love Boeing B-747s, but the A380 feels even bigger and statelier despite the decidedly awkward proportions in these glamor shots. :) The project started as the A3XX in the mid-1990s. Surprisingly, neither was the first double-decker passenger liner.
3/ The A380's major components come from across Germany, England and Spain (and elsewhere?) with final assembly in #Toulouse, France, long a big French assembly hub. This collaboration has always been part of the multinational Airbus company's model.
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50 Things To Do Before Leaving For A Trip, with just a few things I always check before leaving house for a trip (except the obvious things):

1. Take a shower in the morning
2. Create a new expenses report
3. Take foreign coins
4. Take foreign charging adapters if needed
5. Take the HDMI cable
6. Charge the tooth brusher
7. Charge the razor, take the blades
8. Charge the headphones
9. Charge the external power bank
10. Charge the Bluetooth keyboard
11. Charge the laptop fully
12. Check weather forecast
13. Check car sharing services (Lyft, Bolt)
14. Check hotel amenities (gym, sauna) where I'm staying
15. Check the distance and directions from airport to hotel
16. Check umbrella
17. Check sunglasses
18. Check the costs of regular expenses abroad (
19. Save travel guides about the place/country
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(1/3) CITES has moved to enact some of the most significant protection for shark species targeted in the fin trade and scores of turtles, lizards and frogs whose numbers are being decimated by the pet trade. 👏

#CITES #wildlife #animals #nature #sharks #news #environment Turtle swimming

(2/3) 160 governments, parties to @CITES, adopted proposals to regulate international trade in more than 500 new species. 👏

#CITES #wildlife #news #turtles #oceans #CITESCoP19 #UN…

(3/3) If you are interested in #wildlife, #travel, #nature, #history, #climatechange, or #sustainability, read The Planet.

Subscribe; start your day with this newsletter.😊

It’s free. Supporting the paid version makes it possible for all to read it.
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I scaled an email list from 0 to 500k subscribers in 10 months without using paid ads.

Here’s exactly how I did it:

(Steal my playbook)

500k subscribers in a year.

(For context, this was a travel series).

Now, if you work in email, you know how hard it can be to scale a list…

Even some of the biggest ones making 7-figures/year have less than 100k subs.

But I was up for the challenge…
So I accepted, and we smashed their goal with 2 months to spare.

How did I do it?

By leveraging the 4 channels in this thread.

Let’s go…
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Hello 👋 What's happening in Dorset we hear you cry? Well, here are our top stories today 👇🧵#Dorset #LocalNews
1⃣ 'Squatters' play 'awful drum and bass techno' music until 3.30am in Poole. @MattSimpsonEcho spoke to the residents who live near to this boarded up council building #Poole…
2⃣ Construction begins on a new Lidl as part of a major development in Dorset. @GRevellEcho has the latest on what's happening at this key housing site - and when the store could open⬇️ #Lidl…
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1. #Travel #Holidays #CabinAirQuality #Aerotoxic

From 2012 to 2021, I worked w/remarkable #campaigners 2secure an #European @Standards4EU 2deliver cleaner & less toxic air 4 #Aircrew & #Passengers

In that period, we suffered derision, insult & indifference, but still we battled
2. #Travel #Holidays #CabinAirQuality #Aerotoxic

My colleagues need to be recognised:

@SusanMichaelis1 @oferralle #JohnGoss #JudithMcJannet #ArieAdriaesen #VincianeCabaret #HalvorErikstein

No one will ever know or u/stand what we endured, but we strove to build bridges
3. #Travel #Holidays #CabinAirQuality #Aerotoxic

But, as with all things standards-making, as we discovered via @Standards4EU, the path was never straight

However, we created the most dynamic draft #Standard seen to date

This document would have changed e/thing on #fumeevents
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As the monsoon takes its leave and winter days approach across the Northern and Southern Plains, the weather turns favourable for sightseeing and outdoor activities.
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🚂 @PKP_SA celebrates its 96th birthday 🎂🎉 #OTD 26.09 the 🇵🇱 state railways were established.

Here's a little #history🧵on its origins (for all #train buffs & railfans)

#PolishHistory #Poland #History #railway #travel #tourism
Although much of the infrastructure within the borders of newly-independent 🇵🇱 had been destroyed during #WWI, 🇵🇱 was very quick to reestablish its railways. New lines sprang up allowing for economic development and integration.
The railways and their unification was not an easy task as some had to be rebuilt to standardise tracks across the lands of the former partitions. Finance was also a major issue: foreign capital was sought – to little avail.
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Photo of the year by Daniel Koszela — Nordic skiing marathon in Piastów, #Poland.

#BeLikePoland #photo #photooftheday #VisitPoland #BeautifulPoland Image
Bieg Piastow is organized in cross country ski resort in Jakuszyce in Jizera Mountains in Lowers Silesia. Jakuszyce is a part of Szklarska Poreba – one of the most popular tourists spots in south-western part of Poland. Image
The best of Bieg Piastow are beatiful, natural tracks, with downhills and uphills, in forest of Jizera Mountains – train & start here is an invaluable lesson on nature, a chance to meet rare fauna and flora. It is a unforgettable adventure, not only for sport reasons #VisitPoland
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