Inside Kriti Sanon’s French family vacation with Disneyland, Eiffel Tower visits | Bollywood

Actor Kriti Sanon is currently in Europe for a long vacation with family and friends. On Monday, Kriti took to Instagram and shared pictures of her French holiday, giving glimpses from her visits to well-known tourist spots like the Eiffel Tower and Disneyland. The pictures featured her sister, Nupur Sanon and parents Rahul Sanon and Geeta Sanon. (Also read: Kriti Sanon shares family pic with Manish Malhotra from Monaco holiday)

Kriti shared a carousel of pictures on her Instagram on Monday, captioning it “Bonjour (French for hello).” She used the hashtag #FranceDiaries (butterfly emoji). The first picture had the actor posing in front of the Eiffel Tower under a cloudy sky. She also shared a family picture with the Parisian skyline visible in the background. The actor also posted a candid picture while she jumped in front of the Disneyland Paris banner.

Reacting to her travel diaries, one

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Megan Fox And Machine Gun Kelly Share Sweet Vacation Photos, ‘Butt’ I’m Here For The Views

Rumors Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are in deep water might have some legitimacy, but only if you take deep water in the very literal sense: aka the ocean. The actress shared new photos from a tropical vacation this weekend, “butt” I’m most interested in the stunning resort shots she shared to her social of the tropical waters and amazing views.

The mom of four showed off her vantage point from a pool facing a deep blue expansion of ocean. Fox is rocking a green swimsuit in the photo, and it’s striking how clear everything is: the sky, the water in the pool. She also has what looks to be some sort of tiki drink beside her – hey, it’s 5 O’Clock somewhere.

Megan Fox on vacation with Machine Gun Kelly at the pool.

(Image credit: Megan Fox, Instagram Story)

As noted prior, the actress wasn’t on a trip all by her lonesome. The Jennifer’s Body star also made sure

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13 Best Vacation Stocks To Buy Now

In this article, we discuss the 13 best vacation stocks to buy now. If you want to read about some more vacation stocks, go directly to 5 Best Vacation Stocks To Buy Now.

For travel firms, the year 2022 has mostly been about the increase in air passenger bookings and hotel occupancy rates as pandemic restrictions around the world slowly fade into the background and the vacation industry returns to a semblance of normalcy following a two-year gap. However, soaring inflation has continued to keep vacation stocks in check for the past few months. A report by the American Society of Travel Advisors reveals that concerns about inflation have more than doubled among travelers in 2022.

Some of the best travel stocks to buy in this environment, which can weather this inflation storm better than peers, including Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS), Booking Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:BKNG),

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Carolyn Hax: Lax grandparents want to take 5-year-old on vacation

Adapted from an online discussion.

Dear Carolyn: My parents want to take my 5-year-old son on a vacation with them. This would be at least partly to give me and my husband a break (we also have 2-year-old twins), so we would stay behind.

I would really love to just say yes, but I am struggling with the idea of ​​their being in charge for five to seven days straight. They would never knowingly put my son in danger, but they are typical grandparents, meaning they do not enforce rules. He can eat whatever he wants, stay up as late as he wants, refuse to follow directions, no limits on screen time (amount or content). All of that is okay for even the occasional overnight, but I get very anxious thinking about a whole week where he is 500 miles away being indulged the whole time. (And we are

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Great Wolf Lodge Is Cheaper Than Disney Vacation

I booked a hotel suite that was not only cheaper than any room I’ve stayed in at Disney, but much larger, too.

A collage of images of a hotel room with woodsy, rustic elements.

Our suite was huge and had a woodland theme.

Daryl Austin

We booked a premium room called a Deluxe Wolf Den Suite. It was huge and included 765 square feet to comfortably fit my family of six in one room.

It came with two full bathrooms with a tub in each, a kitchenette, two private balconies, two flat screen TVs, two bedrooms, and a large living area. There were three queen beds, two full-size sleeper sofas, and a cave-themed sleeping area with bunk beds and an adjacent smaller bed within the same aptly-named wolf den.

The woodland theme continued throughout the room, including paw prints on the shower curtains, a campfire mural, rustic furniture, and log pillars and beams.

The website said the room could sleep up to

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Warner Robins child falls from balcony while on vacation

One of the people who found the boy says they tried performing CPR before police arrived.

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. — There are new details in the death of a Central Georgia four-year-old who fell from a third-floor balcony in Florida.

According to a police report from the Panama City Beach Police Department, an officer responded to the incident around 6:43 am

A Laketown Wharf Resort resort staff member and another man were found kneeling next to the unresponsive 4-year-old.

The man says that he tried performing CPR on the boy.

The report says the boy had a substantial amount of blood beneath his head and officers could not feel a pulse or heartbeat.

Fire and EMS arrived on scene at 6:48 am and began checking for vital signs and when those measures were unsuccessful they were advised the time of death at 6:50 am

The father told officers that

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My job is understaffed. Should I feel guilty about taking a vacation?

Johnny C Taylor Jr.

Whether it is a long weekend trip, staycation, vacation, or sabbatical, we all need some time away from work.

Johnny C Taylor Jr. tackles your human resources questions as part of a series for USA TODAY. Taylor is president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management, the world’s largest HR professional society and author of “Reset: A Leader’s Guide to Work in an Age of Upheaval.”

The questions are submitted by readers, and Taylor’s answers below have been edited for length and clarity.

Have a question? Do you have an HR or work-related question you’d like me to answer? Submit it here.

Question: My company has been woefully understaffed for months now with no end in sight. We’ve been so busy that I have felt guilty about taking days off. Though I probably need one, I haven’t taken a vacation yet this year and don’t have anything planned for the rest of the year. My manager hasn’t taken one either. Should I take

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Mourning the end of summer vacation? Here are 6 ways to cope.

I start mourning a trip before it’s even over.

The stages of grief came in full force on Day 5 of a six-day bike trip through Maine, complete with bargaining to extend the trip; anger and depression when my boyfriend said we couldn’t; and finally acceptance, which hit a few miles from our final destination.

It’s not that I hate life at home, or that I’ll never travel again. It’s knowing that each trip is like a snowflake: unique and fleeting. You can plan a similar trip or go back to the same place, but you’ll never be able to capture its exact magic again.

Your guide to planning fall travel

As far as life’s struggles go, this one wallows at the bottom of the barrel — way, way below the actually painful stuff. But I’m not alone in feeling this way.

“We hear it from patients and our

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