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Luxury Lighthouse Hotel opens In La Palma

09/04/2019 by .

The first lighthouse hotel in the Canary Islands has opened on the delightful island of La Palma created by Berlin-based Floatel GmbH, a hospitality company specialising in lighthouse accommodation.

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Ryanair. New carry-on rules apply this month

From November 2018 Ryanair’s cabin bag policy has changed. Now, only priority passengers are allowed to bring two free bags onboard.

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Adopt an olive tree and enjoy a creative cruet for Christmas

Nudo Adopt supports Italian traditional farming practices on small-scale groves and has pioneered the Adopt an Olive Tree programme for over ten years. What better way can there be to enjoy beautiful olive oil than to part-own the tree it comes from?

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British Airways Announces Customer Data Theft

British Airways is investigating the theft of customer data from its website, ba.com and the airline’s mobile app. This is a very serious data breach, however, BA has reported the stolen data does not include passengers’ travel or passport details.

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Red Funnel ferries names new Hi-Speed flagship

Red Jet 7 offers 275 passengers comfortable high-back leather seats with cup-holders, free wifi, space for four wheelchairs and plenty of luggage space. USB charging points for phones and tablets have been fitted to all window seats.

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Bournemouth hotel group buys into history

The Cumberland is the jewel in the crown of Oceana Resort Hotels which owns and operates four Bournemouth Hotels. Three on the beachfront – The Cumberland, The Suncliff and The Ocean Beach  – and two nearer the town centre, The Mayfair and the Best Western Royale.

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Virtuo App Car Rental Launches in London

The first 100% mobile car rental service, Virtuo has launched this week in London following on from its France and Belgium service with rentals in nine major cities. This innovative app will enable Londoners to travel in a Mercedes A-Class from as little as £35 per day.

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