How Many People will Travel the World?

How many People Travel the World?: USA 2020: Covid19 TSA checkpoint travel numbers 2020 and 2019 Comparison of the number of passengers according to TSA from 3/1/2020 to present day Predictions of the number of people traveling the world in 2020 are no longer valid due to the COVID19 pandemic – The table above shows the evolution of traffic in the United States (abrupt decline at the beginning of the year) from January 2020 to data from Set 2020 according …

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Post COVID19: Tourism in Venice 2020 -2021

Post COVID19: Tourism in Venice Tourists have returned to Venice. Empty streets in the Italian city, due to confinement, seem to be a thing of the past. But perhaps it is not entirely true, because despite the fact that 70% of the hotels have opened, the average occupancy is 30%. Most are empty, others have not reopened at all. Hotels have been forced to lower their rates to sell more. This is the case of the four-star hotel Bonvecchiati, located …

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High Line in New York City

High Line Park in Manhattan An elevated railroad out of use has become a recreational park on the West Side in New York. It is known as the High Line, and this area was completely rebuilt. Since its opening in 2009, the city has been integrated with a beautiful tour of Chelsea and the trendy Meatpacking district. New York High LineThe New York HL stands out for its sustainable design. Also for its artistic design: the High Line Art. It is …

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Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier – Navarra – Spain

Foz de Lumbier – Canyon in Spain

The Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier (Foz de Lumbier) is a canyon formed by the Irati river in Navarra – Spain. It is very close to the mouth of the Aragón river. The force of the water opened a narrow, high gorge of more than a Mile in length between the Rocks of Lumbier.

Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier-

There a multitude of birds nest, among which the vultures are the most numerous. Running between almost vertical walls 450 feet to  1200 feet high.

The human being dug a tunnel through which the Pamplona-Sangüesa industrial railroad circulated. That old railway infrastructure has now been converted into the Vía Verde de la Foz. It is a linear trekking and very easy to do 2 miles round trip.

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