“No, there is no way they are going to be ready for them,” said American diver Tony Dorland, 51, a contractor from Chicago who has visited the island numerous times to dive. Dorland said Americans “like all the bells and whistles when they travel, but it’s going to be for the people that know that this is the way Europeans travel, not the way Americans travel.”
“We want to blow the whistle on this before it happens,” Schumer told The Associated Press. “Enough already! They charge a fee for peanuts, for leg room, for just about anything.”
ORLANDO, Fla. | Orlando International Airport is expanding its reach into Latin America. Airport officials on Friday announced new routes to Brasilia, Brazil, and Lima, Peru. The Orlando-Brasilia route will be TAM Airlines’ second route between Orlando and a Brazilian city. The airline already flies between the theme park mecca and Sao Paulo. The new route […]
Marriott plans to expand the service to 100 hotels by the end of 2015, and to nearly all of its more than 300 U.S. locations by the end of next year, the company said Wednesday.
“I’m 73 years old. I don’t have that many more years of adventure time left,” said Speckels, who has been trying to sell the place for more than a year. “I love the property. But I feel like it’s time for somebody else to come in and enjoy it and do something with it.”
“We’ve always tried to finesse it,” Laraba said, but the test is designed to see “if there is a tweak that would improve the overall experience for everyone.”
“What’s better for jump scares than, like, turning your head and it’s right in your face?” says Matt Lipson, senior vice president of digital marketing at Focus Features.
Stuart said the ban on taking leftovers back to the cabins was prompted by a “leadership team ship inspection” that found dirty trays, plates and glasses in hallways.
“Dog-friendly means your dog is welcome,” she said. “If the dog is welcome, he shouldn’t cost extra money. Of course, I am a dog owner, not an innkeeper.”