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Some of the city’s best South Asian restaurants are coming together to raise money for Covid relief in India. Businesses involved include Gymkhana, Brigadiers, Trishna, Hoppers, delivery service Motu Indian Kitchen and online shop Ambassador General Store, which are all part of JKS restaurants group. JKS restaurants is leading the UK arm of 1 Billion Breaths,
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Walt Disney World continues to reopen resorts throughout 2021, with revised dates for hotels that were TBD and continuing delays. Now, Disney has also announced return dates for Club Level rooms, and suites as well as booking dates for the concierge lounges between now and December 2021. As a quick reminder, Club Level lounges were
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Bingo halls: faintly hilarious, rapidly diminishing in number and undeniably integral to British identity.  The act of sitting in a smokey room, crossing numbers off a card as someone picks balls out of a drum, is arguably our version of playing pétanque or backgammon. The game seems to be poised for a comeback of sorts, however. Two
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Walt Disney World has announced that Donald Duck and friends are returning to host a modified character breakfast at Tusker House Restaurant in Animal Kingdom, offering a family-style menu of African-inspired flavors. In this post, we’ll share details and thoughts about the DAK dining return. To quickly recap, Walt Disney World temporarily suspended character dining
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I live quite close to one of the Zia Lucia branches. I won’t tell you which. I don’t want you stalking me. What I can do is heartily endorse their pizza. It’s very good stuff. Bonus points for four different doughs available for the bases. Vegetable charcoal? Yes please. Now with a whopping five outlets in London (Highbury,
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An enormous, eye-catching Earth sculpture by artist Luke Jerram has been brought back to the Old Royal Naval College, at Maritime Greenwich. Did you see it last time? Maybe not, because it entirely sold out before its run was cut short by The Incident. The Painted Hall is already an impressive space. Occasionally referred to as ‘the British Sistine Chapel’, every
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There are some big claims getting made over in north London today. The kind that, if true, could be so game-changing that you can’t ignore them. They’re coming from the team behind Kentish Town Beer Garden, a new hangout arriving later this month. It’s from the creators of Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden and it’s self-identifying as
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The first actual physical film festival post-lockdown, this July’s Sundance London should be a special one. All the usual indie cinema goodness, just with an extra heady air of celebration.The line-up has just been announced and bears out that sense of anticipation. On the programme are new films from Edgar Wright and Sean Durkin (‘Martha
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Throughout the pandemic, London’s parks have become a haven for many, offering an escape from tiny living rooms as well as being basically the only place they could have a social life for huge stretches of time. But the park temporarily replacing the pub has brought about new issues. Namely: more drunk people doing antisocial things.  In summer 2020 Hackney Council
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We told you about this year’s London Design Biennale a while back, particularly Es Devlin’s centrepiece: a temporary forest of 400 trees native to northern Europe which will occupy Somerset House’s courtyard (usually home to those fountains, an ice rink and some summer filmgoers) for the duration of the festival. Well, I went today and it’s as
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We’re back with another update on Magic Kingdom construction, crowds, and changes. In this Walt Disney World park report, we’ll take a look at wait times, problem points, and congestion (or lack thereof) over Memorial Day weekend, which is the traditional kickoff to the summer tourist season in the parks. The big topic today is
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Greece Benefits from the Privatization of Regional Airports | .TR HOME Weekly Travel News Laura Maudlin – May 31, 2021 The “Kalamata Airport Captain Vassilis Constantakopoulos” in Greece is supposed to handle more tourists after the pandemic. However, the handling facilities of the airport, operated by the state civil aviation authority YPA, are rather modest.
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