Traveling in everything from battered camper vans to luxury cruise ships, Latin American soccer fans have converged on a World Cup like never before. They’re lifting up their teams in the process.
Louis Plc, the largest tourism company in Greece and Cyprus, reported increased losses for last year after reducing the value of two cruise ships.
Congress has run aground and Port Everglades doesn’t want to.
As I talk to Anna Somers Cocks on a terrace overlooking a trio of 16th-century churches by Andrea Palladio, a cruise ship the size of a New York City block floats surreally through the Giudecca Canal right in front of us.