Self-Service Buffets Are Back on Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships

37 shares 37 Royal Caribbean has confirmed the return of the self-service buffet at all vessels starting on April 2, the company announced on its official blog. “On cruises departing on or after April 2, 2022, Royal Caribbean International will bring back self-service dining in guest-favorite venues on board, including…

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U.S. CDC Drops Covid Travel Warnings For 20 Countries

9 shares 9 Throughout the past two years, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been kept busy by a constant need to reassess the health risk level of travel to various countries. Specifically, the CDC created warnings to describe the prevalence of COVID-19 in other nations.…

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CDC Removes All Pandemic Mandates For Cruise Ships After 2 Years

1 shares 1 After two years of alerting tourists about the risk of contracting Covid-19 onboard a cruise, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has finally dropped its risk advice on Wednesday. “CDC’s decision to remove the travel health notice for cruise travel was based on the current state…

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8 Best Beaches in South Carolina to Visit in April 2022

3 shares 3 Are you looking for a great beach vacation this year? Look no further than South Carolina. This state has some of the best beaches in the U.S. Whether you’re looking for a quiet spot to relax or want to enjoy some exciting activities, South Carolina has something…

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15 Things To Do in Honolulu, Hawaii At Night in 2022

1.2K shares 145 1.1K Honolulu is n.1 place for a vacation in the USA and has an endless amount of fun activities to enjoy during the night. While the sunshine can deliver a lot of fun memories and views of the island, the nighttime activities can be just as exciting.…

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Australia Drops Cruise Ships Ban After Two Years

0 shares International cruise ships will now be allowed to arrive and depart from Australian ports, as the Australian government announced the two-year ban has been lifted.  Australia’s Department of Health announced in a media release that the order since the Covid-19 pandemic began, will come to an end. The…

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