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A More Stylish Bath
Thursday, 13 December 2007
Bath England The English town of Bath, never considered the hippest spot on earth, has been quietly undergoing a style makeover. According to Britain’s web-based Times Online, the restoration of the town’s famous thermal baths has brought new hotel options, fine dining and top-notch shopping.

While upscale visitors may want to check out the Bath Spa Hotel – which offers service like personal butlers and a “salt-infusion room” which sprays you down with saline for, we assume, its moisturizing qualities – even those who opt for budget accommodations will find plenty of low-cost diversions. Bath is surrounded by seven hills, (one of the reasons that the Romans were so keen on the place) and can be best enjoyed from the 360-degree view at Beckford's Tower and Museum, a 120-foot neo-classical tower built in 1827. Admission is £3, and it’s open 10:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. weekends.
The Show Must Go On
Wednesday, 12 December 2007
Broadway hello dolly If you planned a trip to New York City last month and missed out on a Broadway show because of the stagehands’ strike, the only good news is that you can still get your money back. For those traveling to New York for Christmas, the news is much cheerier – the strike is over, and Broadway’s lights are once again shining as bright as ever.

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees local – which represents Broadway’s electricians, carpenters, sound and lighting technicians, and scenery and prop handlers – was on strike for 19 days in November, so theaters on the Great White Way were dark during negotiations, leaving a lot of visitors to New York high and dry. With negotiators at loggerheads, 27 theaters shut their doors, although a handful that operate under different union contracts stayed open.

Cruises Add Fuel Surcharge
Tuesday, 11 December 2007
cruise ship Cruise-line operator Carnival Corp. recently announced that they’ll be instituting a fuel surcharge of $5 per passenger, per day on its North American ships. According to the Associated Press (as reported on Carnival Chairman and Chief Executive Micky Arison said that the cruise line saw a 140 percent increase in their fuel costs over the last three years, with an overall increase of 50 percent over the past seven months, and that the fuel surcharge was needed to cover operating costs. Expect other cruise lines to announce these fuel surcharges shortly.
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