In the Netherlands posted a message for tourists of tulips

Every year tourists come to the Netherlands to admire the beautiful fields of tulips. However, this year the pandemic coronavirus broke all the plans of travelers. For people who wanted to see for the first time, or even just visit a cherished place, one Dutch company has made a special message. Family farm tulips, Daffodils and Dutch company blog about travel Tulips in Holland have teamed up to create something…

May 1, 2020
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Sicily will pay you part of the holiday to revive the tourism industry

The Italian island is trying to attract travelers to spice up their tourist industry. Sicily announced the offer to pay part of the holiday as a way to attract people to visit again this beautiful place. Because of the coronavirus, the island has lost up to 1 billion euros of revenue related to tourism. To help recoup some of this loss, the local authorities offered to pay half the cost…

May 1, 2020
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For the first time in 11 years in the US on 4 July at mount Rushmore launch fireworks

The national Park service announced that for the first time in 11 years on mount Rushmore will celebrate July 4 with fireworks. On the mount Rushmore of the celebrations was not more than ten years for fear of fire. This year the event will take place only in the case that will allow social and weather conditions. The Governor of South Dakota Kristi noem, a Republican, said that despite concerns…

April 29, 2020
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JetBlue first U.S. airline, which ordered the passengers to put on masks

JetBlue became the first U.S. airline demanded that the passengers wore masks in flight to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The new policy comes into force on 4 may after the airline began to require that all crew members wore masks on the flight. «Wearing a mask doesn’t protect himself, and protect the environment, said Joanna Geraghty, President and chief operating officer of JetBlue. Is a new flight etiquette. On…

April 28, 2020
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A former multi-millionaire living on a tiny desert island, spoke about «real isolation»

April 25, 2020

David Glasheen, a former businessman who now lives «Robinson» on a small island, described how he copes with «this isolation» — a topic particularly relevant in the current quarantine time. 76-year-old Glasheen lives on Restoration Island — which he calls simply «Resto» — off the coast of Northern Australia since 1997, lost its multi-million dollar fortune as a result of the stock market crash of 1987. As a former businessman…

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For the first time in 60 years: waves on the Pacific coast lit up bright blue (photo)

April 24, 2020

For the first time in 60 years, the lucky ones, walking along the beach of Puerto Marques in Acapulco (Mexico), got a free «light show» when the waves began to glow blue. A rare phenomenon — the result of biochemical reactions caused by bioluminescent plankton in the water. Social media users posted photos and video of the shoreline glows bright blue when the waves fall on the beach of Puerto…

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Couple, traveling on a yacht without communication with the outside world, did not know that the planet is raging coronavirus

A couple traveling on the boat, had no idea about the scale of the pandemic coronavirus, until recently when they tried to drop anchor in the Caribbean, where they were told that many of the island closed their borders. Elena Manighetti from Italy and Ryan Osborne of Manchester (UK) left a job in 2017 and bought a boat together to see the world. They left the Canary Islands in late…

April 24, 2020
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Oktoberfest, which was not abolished during the Second world war cancelled due to coronavirus

The authorities of Bavaria (Germany) has cancelled the Oktoberfest because of the pandemic coronavirus. An annual beer festival that lasts from September to October, is already more than 200 years and was not abolished since the Second world war. The Prime Minister of Bavaria Marcus Seder said that mass action would be too great a risk to the health of the population. «To live with the coronavirus means to live…

April 21, 2020
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A group of tourists, including citizens of America and Ukraine, took refuge from the coronavirus in the cave in India

Six tourists who were left without money in India, who decided to wait out the pandemic coronavirus in the cave was found and quarantined the Ashram near the city, where in 1968 the Beatles meditated. According to the police inspector Rajendra Singh of Cathair, four men and two women, citizens of America, Ukraine, France, Turkey and Nepal were in a cave near Rishikesh in the state of Uttarakhand from March…

April 20, 2020
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