Florida home of most online travel searches

FLORIDA — Florida regularly shows up at or near the top of lists of states used as a topic for vacation or other travel searches online.

What You Need To Know

  • A new report says Floridians are doing the most online travel searches in 2021

  • Travel site Trips to Discover analyzed Google Trends search data for hotels, flights and cruises

  • Florida was also Number One in 2019

A new report by travel website Trips to Discover now shows that Floridians also do a whole lot of Googling for travel plans themselves—in fact, the Sunshine State has done more web searches

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Buy a Piece of Trump: Mansion, Hotel and Island Getaway for Sale

Illustration: Maria Chimishkyan

The outside of Le Chateau des Palmiers looks like any other luxury estate on the French West Indies island of St. Martin. Terracotta-tiled structures and palm trees sit beside a crystal blue swimming pool mirroring the Caribbean Sea.

The inside, however, screams Donald Trump: gold-hued decor from the wallpaper to the curtains, wardrobes and headboards.

It can be yours for $16.9 million, a relative bargain after the former U.S. president’s company slashed the price by $11 million since first listing the property four years ago.

The home is a small slice of the Trump

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Delhi Government Announces Summer Vacation In Schools From May 11 To June 30

Schools in Delhi will remain closed till June end

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New Delhi:

The Delhi government’s education department has announced summer vacation for all government and government-aided schools in the national capital. The summer vacations will be observed from May 11 to June 30, as per the official notification released by the Directorate of Education (DOE).

In view of the COVID-19 situation, students will not be called to schools, however, vacation staff can be called by schools principals for any school-related work such as academic, admission, examination etc., as per DoE’s order.

“During the vacation period, Heads of

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Marin wilderness emergencies spike as pandemic boosts outdoors recreation

  • A hiker walks on the edge of a cliff in the Marin Headlands Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021. (Sherry LaVars/Marin Independent Journal)

  • Marin County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue leader Michael St. John holds a press conference about efforts to find two missing tourists on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)

  • Rescue specialists take part in a training event at Walker Creek Ranch near Marshall in western Marin County in 2019. (Douglas Zimmerman/Special to Marin Independent Journal)

  • A visitor takes pictures at a cordoned off area of a cliff at Rodeo Beach in the Marin Headlands on

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Splunk Stock Dives on CTO Departure. Here’s What Wall Street Is Saying.

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Splunk’s CTO is stepping down at a pivotal time for the data analytics company.

Tiffany Hagler-Geard/Bloomberg


stock fell sharply Friday after the data analytics company disclosed that Chief Technology Officer
Tim Tully
is leaving to become a partner at the Silicon Valley venture-capital firm Menlo Ventures.

Tully, who joined the company in 2017, will depart effective May 4.

“I’ve been fortunate enough to spot top talent and work with great technical leaders and entrepreneurs during my operating career,” Tully said in a statement. “And now joining the venture side, I’m excited to help grow and create transformational

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Gauging the Prospects for International Travel

If 2020 was the summer of the pandemic-enforced road trip, many people seem to be hoping that 2021 will be the summer they can travel overseas. But that’s a big “if.” Roadblocks abound, among them, the rise of variant cases in popular destinations like Europe and confusion about the role that vaccine “passports” will play as people begin crossing borders. The recent pause on Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine adds a new wrinkle.

Still, there is reason for optimism. The number of vaccine doses administered each day in the United States has tripled in the last few months, and President

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