Tag Archives: Germany
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British Airways, Virgin Airlines Double Flights For Skiers, Biz Travelers

BY TEAM JST With more people arriving to SXSW festival each year, it’s clear that Austin has become the Silicon Valley of Texas. Even major airlines are taking notice. Virgin America, based in California, first introduced the service between two major innovation capitals – Austin and San Francisco – back in May 2013. This week, it […]

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lufthansa strike

Yikes! Lufthansa Strike Means 900 Cancelled Flights

BY TEAM JST Via euroasianews.com If may be some of your favorite airline, but German flag-carrier Lufthansa cancelled approximately 900 flights on April 2nd at midnight. Pilots walked out on a three-day strike, and they will not return until 23.59 on Friday. If you’re one of 425,000 passengers who are affected by the strike, might need to look […]

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Sicily

Mantra Of The Day: “Eat Well And Travel Often”

BY LIZZY MONROE For me, food is an integral part of experiencing a foreign culture. I couldn’t have left Berlin without trying Mustafa’s famous Gemüse Kebap (even at the cost of a 45-minute wait in the snow) and my trip to Istanbul wouldn’t have been the same without sampling countless flavors of Turkish delights and Baklavas. […]

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Rail Europe

[DISCOUNT CODE] Get ‘Em! Rail Europe’s E-Tickets

BY TEAM JST Rail Europe is expanding! Just like how it should be, e-tickets are now available for Italy’s Trenitalia and Germany’s Deutsche Bahn. Also, Rail Europe is currently offering special deals on these popular tickets for those who book online. Travelers who purchase any domestic Trenitalia train ticket from Rail Europe by April 10 can get 25% off all Italian activity products from Rail […]

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Is Home Really Where The Heart Is? One Writer Explores…

BY LIZZY MONROE In the past two years, I have spent more time abroad than I have at home. I am from Eugene, Oregon, a friendly college town that is in many ways still stuck in the 60’s. Growing up in this hippie town not only instilled in me a love of Birkenstocks and tie-dye, but […]

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Nom! Cheat Sheet To Making The Best German Mulled Wine

BY LIZZY MONROE As I said in my previous article, one of the best things about Christmas in Berlin is the Glühwein. Nothing makes me happier than a warm beverage on a cold day and few things transport me back to Berlin quicker than a mug of Glühwein. Even though I can’t take off for […]

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Best Dressed! 6 Looks For Any Euro-Style New Year’s Eve Soiree

BY WENDY HUNG Fashion speaks louder than words, especially on New Year’s Eve…especially if you’re spending it in Europe. In the past, whenever I’ve feted in Paris or London, it was always done with delish food, lots of champagne and shiny, stylish cocktail attires. You know what they say, when you’re in Rome… This year, there’s […]

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