Resorts there are unfurling the welcome mat in the form of deals. Through April, Katikies, which has seven boutique hotels between the islands of Mykonos and Santorini, is offering 20 percent off rates and 100-euro (about $118) food and beverage credits for three-night-minimum stays throughout 2021, including a full refund in case a pandemic-related travel ban is in place. Prediscount, rates at the Katikies Garden Santorini start at 310 euros.
Expedia has launched a huge five-day sale with a bonanza of daily deals and discounts for holidaymakers, including up to 40% off hotel stays through to January 2022.
The bookings website has launched ‘Expedia Travel Week’ which will include daily offers across 50,000 hotels and 800 activities, as well as specially-curated itineraries to offer up a dose of inspiration.
There are heaps of UK hotel deals this summer, with the brand finding that the most popular spots for the summer include London, Devon, Lake District, North Wales and Edinburgh.
The best part is that the deals are valid for stays
You know what I haven’t seen in more than a year? The inside of a pub. Or a bar. Or, indeed, any kind of inn, hostelry, saloon, roadhouse, taproom, tavern, or beer hall where money can be exchanged for the sweet relief of drink. Google, though, hasn’t forgotten and has apparently decided to taunt me with a new tag in its Photo app dedicated to the stuff.
As first spotted by 9to5Google, if you open up the Google Photos app right now, it should have a new Memories collection at the top of the screen. These are thematic groupings
The Centre Region is continuing to take steps to develop a climate action plan, and residents have ideas for local improvement and projects.
More than 100 people participated in a virtual community forum Tuesday to discuss climate impacts in the Centre Region and how to address them. Hosted by the Centre Region Council of Governments and facilitated by Penn State environmental mediation students, the event is the latest effort to engage with residents as the COG drafts a Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, which is expected to be completed by the end of summer.
“Local actions are one of
The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is calling on the PGA Tour and Masters Tournament to pull the upcoming event from Augusta National Golf Club in reaction to the recent passing of Georgia’s voter bill, SB 202.
The NBJC is also urging professional golfers to boycott playing in Georgia until the bill is repealed.
NBJC executive director David J. Johns said the law was created to restrict the voting rights of Black and disenfranchised voters in Georgia.
“Georgia’s new law restricting voting access is designed to turn back the clock on civil rights, and return Black and poor and already