5 Stories To Read This Weekend: June 14, 2014

By Daniel Berg on 14 June 2014
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Now that the weekend is here, it’s time for a travel break.  Catch up on five features and news stories you may have missed or not had time to read this week.

1.) Jonathan Spira visited Root Down at Denver International Airport.  With a retro decor and airport food that is in a class of its own, Root Down is definitely worth a visit if you’re passing through the Mile-High City.

2.) Join us on United’s inaugural flight between San Francisco and Chengdu, China.  The inauguration of the new flight marks the first-ever non-stop service from North America to the city.

3.) If you are in town for the World Cup, let Karin Sun show you around São Paulo.  Explore the variety of sights and attractions this vibrant South American city has to offer with our comprehensive guide to what’s doing in São Paulo.

4.) The Pottinger Hotel opened in Hong Kong.  Located on historic Pottinger Street, the luxury boutique hotel is within walking distance of many popular tourist attractions, including the Peak, Man Mo Temple, and Hong Kong Park.

5.) The launch of a major new airline route that has never been flown before is rare today.  United’s new Chengdu service demonstrated that the pioneering spirit is alive and well in contemporary aviation.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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