Thanksgiving getting closer every day, and while many are unable to do their best party clothes and get together with family this year, celebrations are not canceled. Over the past eight months, the world has moved to video chat, mainly via Zoom in, to keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues, making this virtual meeting site the perfect place to give thanks Grape and a plate of food. Plus, your reign as a family fashionista can still live on. After months of staying relaxed (but absolutely gorgeous) at home, use this festive occasion to give your sweatpants a well-deserved break. Embrace the luxury of this holiday season and be grateful OFFICIALa list of six trends to consider for your virtual Thanksgiving gathering.
Swiss Tourism has partnered with Swiss comedians and experimental artists, Ursus Wehrli to include some structure autumn and inspire travelers and dreamers around the world to discover the transformation of autumn.
In the video, Wehrli transforms his unique desire for tidiness and organization into a new experimental art form. Known for rearranging and cleaning up the chaotic world and everyday objects into neat rows, sorted by color, size, shape or type, Wehrli arranges fallen leaves and sorts them according to their color.
Famous buildings in Italy are open for guided tours over two October weekends.
Italy opens its doors to some of the country’s greatest treasures with the October edition of the Giornate FAI d’autunno bumper.
The popular annual event, which usually takes place in spring, is rescheduled for fall and will be held over two weekends: October 17-18 and 24-25.
Around 1,000 palaces, libraries, castles, archaeological sites, churches, monasteries and monasteries across Italy will be open to the public free of charge thanks to the efforts of Fondo Ambiente Italiano.
FAI volunteers will undertake guided tours of the sites, many of which are normally inaccessible to the public, with Covid-19 prevention measures.
Some of the highlights of this year include the 17th century complex S. Nicola di Tolentino in Naples with gardens covering 5,000 square meters; the baroque gem of Palazzo Davìa Bargellini in Bologna; Castello del Valentino in Turin; The Monastery of S. Pietro della Canonica, the oldest in Amalfi; or the thermal power plant of the S. Maria Novella station in Florence.
Other highlights include the Art Nouveau Kursaal Santalucia in Bari; the S. Siro Hippodrome in Milan; S. Pietro from Rome di Montorio together BramanteTempietto; or the Castello di Masino di Piedmont with its 17th-century frescoes recently discovered by FAI.
Similar to the British National Trust, the FAI works to preserve and promote Italy’s cultural heritage through education, restoration and an annual open day.
After several hugely successful years, FAI has been hit badly by the knock-on effects covid-19 a pandemic that, apart from causing the cancellation of the Spring, has halted most of the organization’s restoration projects.
This year’s event is dedicated to the founder of FAI, Giulia Maria Crespi who passed away in July. For full program details, see FAI website.
Cover image: Castello del Valentino. Photo credit: 365_visuals / Shutterstock.com.
SEVIERVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – Tourism is the height of the economy in Sevier County, especially in the fall when a lot of activities are going on, it’s also an escape as people leave their state to come to Tennessee for holidays. the Tanger Outlets in Sevierville early Friday evening. Where are we going on fall vacation ?! Sevier County! Amusement parks, shops and restaurants galore for this heavily trafficked tourist destination. Tangier points of sale are packed! @SeviervilleTN @wvlt pic.twitter.com/GumddRBoZJ – Ashley Bohle (@AshleyWVLT) October 9, 2020 “We’re here to visit and have a great time enjoying the shows and shopping,” said Vickie Sampson of West Virginia. It is that time of year when Seiver County has become very crowded. “Tourism is what powers our economy here in Sevierville,” said Amanda Marr, director of communications at the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce. , “We’re still very popular in October, but we’re really seeing a lot of travel improving for this weekend, in particular, and as we move into the rest of the month as well.” Columbus Day marks the fall break “It seems like, you know, we’ve been locked in forever and I was just ready to go out and have some fun,” Sampson said. The mountains called her and her husband because they typically visit the Smokies, like around 12 million others, each year. But it was his first trip since the pandemic. “We can’t wait to get into the mountains and hike,” said Steve DeVillo of Kentucky. Even though masks were needed indoors and where social distancing is not possible, her family wanted to enjoy a fall getaway. “We still have to go out and live a little bit,” DeVillo explained, “You can’t let that rule our lives, we just have to be respectful.” The tourists were attentive to each other and “It feels like home away from home,” Sampson said. The Sevierville Chamber of Commerce will know how much money businesses have made compared to previous years once the fall is over. Copyright 2020 WVLT. All rights reserved. .
Springfield, mA (WGGB/WSHM) — the heat and humidity will continue today with another Scorcher expected! This is the warmest morning of the summer so far with temperatures ranging from 70-ies, and we will be back in the ‘ 90s times in the day with heat indices between 97-103 degrees.
Warm Tips remain in effect for the Central and Eastern parts of Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin County until 8 PM. In addition to the Air Quality to unhealthy levels of ground-level ozone remain in force for all in the County of Hampden and Central and East Hampshire County until 11 PM tonight.
We may see a few showers this morning, then a weak front will bring in this day an isolated shower or thunderstorm, but most will stay dry during the day. Best chance to see the storm will be Springfield and points East as the front will be a bit more active in Eastern Massachusetts that day.
The front will bring a little relief tomorrow. It will be a little less humid, but still warm tomorrow with highs in the upper 80’s to nearly 90. There is a chance for showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 80’s. Drier air should move in the end of the week to go to next weekend.
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