Hotel Summer

Man admits to triggering a bomb threat at the Trump Hotel; told police the former president angered him

Man leaves 2 bags in hall, causing evacuations by: David Charns Posted: Sep 1, 2021 / 2:18 PM PDT / Update: Sep 1, 2021 / 2:18 PM PDT A robot enters the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas (KLAS) LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – A man who admitted to leaving two bags and shouting that he had a bomb inside the ...

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Summer Stephan denounces false statement by LA DA regarding Sirhan Sirhan parole hearing –

August 28, 2021 Posted: August 28, 2021 Update: 8:40 KUSI press room LOS ANGELES (KUSI) – Sirhan Sirhan, who assassinated Senator Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 in Los Angeles, was recommended for parole on his 16th attempt, at a hearing without any representation from the agency that sued him – the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. The ruling does ...

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The most popular travel destinations in the United States in August, according to Google

While the ominous rise of the Delta variant has spoiled one in four U.S. travel plans for August, many are still set to go on the trip before summer is over. The latest travel research data Google shows that while hotel occupancy rates in the United States have recently declined, some destinations continue to earn massive search queries from potential ...

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A refreshment from the Hotel del Coronado preserves an illustrious past: Travel Weekly

Hotel del Coronado updates a 133-year-old icon for a modern audience. Renovations ending this month will reshape arrivals at the San Diego-area property, a National Historic Landmark topped with red-roofed turrets overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The resort, known simply as “Del” to many, opened in 1888, when room rates started at $ 2.50 per day and single women entered via ...

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Tourists ring the bell at Southend hotels as early as 6:45 a.m.

KEEN tourists have called Southend hotels and B & Bs as early as 6:45 a.m. to book their vacations as places remain crowded until the fall. The cash registers are ringing this summer as the boom in stays on our seafront is in full swing, after confinement. Patrons of venues across town say they’re seeing new guests trying to book ...

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Sandwich Hotel’s plans for removable awning amid pandemic plunge people into collapse

Plans to erect a removable awning outside a hotel in Sandwich have proved controversial with local residents. The owners of the Bell Hotel in Sandwich Quay say the structure is needed after a tough business year amid the pandemic, with more guests wanting to eat and drink outside. But more than 30 residents objected, calling the simple off-white canopy a ...

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Book a last minute summer trip? The Texans have a warning: “$ 1,806 GONE! “

AUSTIN (KXAN) – It was a weekend bachelorette party for a best friend. The group had narrowed down the out-of-state location and activities for the May trip. “Found the 4-wheel ATV riding website and emailed about the details,” the complaint told BBB scam tracker. “I went to the website, booked, added the date, pickup location, number of people, and time.” ...

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Splash House Palm Springs will require proof of vaccine and negative test

Those who frequent Splash House this month will be required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours. The festival is expected to bring together 7,000 people a day at the Margaritaville Resort Palm Springs, Saguaro Palm Springs, Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel and the Palm Springs Air Museum during the weekends of August 13-15 ...

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Aimee Mann announces new LP, ‘Queens of the Summer Hotel’

Aimee Mann has announced a new album. On November 5, the singer / songwriter will be released Queens of the summer hotel Going through On me. The album includes songs written for a theatrical adaptation of Girl, Interrupted by Susannah Kaysen. The first single is called “Suicide is Murder”. Listen to it below. “I started writing this song because I ...

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Plan a trip to one of Houston’s red light districts

IF THE LAST YEAR HAS taught us something, and that is that staying put is not so bad. Without the complete freedom of being able to board a plane for an extended vacation in Europe or a luxury cruise in the Caribbean, Houstonians have found vacationing here in the city to be a welcome alternative. As the city continues to ...

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