Canary Islands release important information for Irish tourists hoping to visit this summer


While the prospects of an outdoor summer have been boosted by the recent reopening of pubs and restaurants for outdoor services, holidaymakers have also received a recent boost.

While the Government have asked people to spend locally when necessary, the European Parliament’s decision to pass the Digital Green Cert proposal is significant.

This will allow for travel across the bloc and the cert will officially be implemented on July 1 and it’s expected that the Green Cert will be introduced in Ireland on July 19.

The pass will show if a passenger has been vaccinated, tested negative for Covid, or

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Fort Madison, Keokuk, look for hotel-motel tax revenues to rebound after summer travel soars


FORT MADISON (WGEM) — After a tough year for tourism, cities across Southeast Iowa are now assessing the toll the pandemic has taken on their revenues as they hope for a better year this year.

Fort Madison city manager David Varley said in a regular year, the city’s hotel-motel tax would bring in roughly a quarter of a million dollars.

“It will be down 30 percent hotel-motel revenue,” he said. “That’s about $56,000 compared to last year.”

Keokuk is facing a similar situation.

City manager Cole O’Donnell said in 2019, the city’s hotel-motel tax generated $298,000 but only generated $150,000

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Barry Ramblers venture to Dinas Powys for summer stroll


Ten walkers plus dogs Douglas and Bracken joined Naomi from Penarth and District Ramblers at Pen-y-Turnpike Road, Dinas Powys for an evening stroll in the area in beautiful June sunshine.

Setting off across the bridge over the Cadoxton River they tramped the footpath towards the Millfields passing two ponies contentedly grazing in the adjoining field strikingly painted bright yellow with tall buttercups.

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Making their way into the beautiful woodland with its collection of

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Buy Now, Pay Later Leader Uplift Launches Partnership with as Las Vegas, Nevada Tops List of Summer Travel Hot Spots


SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Uplift, the leading enterprise Buy Now, Pay Later solution serving the world’s top travel brands, has launched a new partnership with Las Vegas travel booking platform According to travel booking data from Uplift, domestic travel is heating up in the U.S., with air travel bookings up 73% compared to a year ago. The Uplift Leisure Travel Trend Tracker reveals that Las Vegas is named the second most popular U.S. city destination for travelers this summer with Florida taking the first spot. According to Uplift, Nevada travel bookings increased 97%

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LAS VEGAS, June 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — With 46 percent of U.S. adults now fully vaccinated and 59 percent having received at least one dose, the accelerated vaccine rollout is sparking a vacation-booking surge. However, many vaccinated Americans eager to plan their summer vacations are hitting roadblocks due to highly sought-after destinations being sold out or having extremely limited availability. With vacation packages, hotels, event tickets, and attraction tickets available in the most popular destinations in the United States, trusted online travel agency is stepping up to save the summers of many vacationers.

From bright and bustling

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Summer vacation travel deals: How to find flights, car rental, hotel for your next trip

CHICAGO (WLS) — If you are thinking about booking that summer vacation the ABC 7 I-Team is digging into the deals and finding out what you should avoid.

Travel experts said it’s going to be harder to find good prices as more people get vaccinated. The prices for hotels, rental cars and flights are going up.

“Experts are really expecting about a gradual but about 6% to 10% increase of prices,” said travel agent Ja’Vonne Harley.

Look early for flights and set up email or text alerts so you can see when prices change, and don’t forget to bundle.


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