В новогодние и рождественские праздники в путешествия по России отправились около 10 млн граждан. Об этом рассказал вице-премьер Дмитрий Чернышенко, сообщили в его аппарате.
По словам Чернышенко, россияне в основном выбирали активный отдых на природе или оздоровительный туризм, а не традиционные экскурсии по городам.
«Лыжи, сноуборд, конные и пешие прогулки, санаторно-курортные программы и термальные источники — это наиболее востребованные виды отдыха с начала Нового года», — сказал Чернышенко.
По его словам, загрузка загородных отелей по стране составила в среднем 70–90%. Городские гостиницы в среднем были заполнены на треть, в то время как в прошлые новогодние каникулы этот показатель был на уровне 80%.
Как сообщили в аппарате вице-премьера, самыми популярными направлениями стали Черноморское побережье, горные кластеры Красной поляны и Северного Кавказа, горнолыжные курорты Алтая, Хибина и Сахалина, а также познавательные маршруты Татарстана и Калининградской области.
По словам Чернышенко, в новогодние каникулы туристический поток на горнолыжные курорты России составил 23% от общего турпотока. При этом в аналогичном периоде год назад такой отдых предпочли 8% россиян.
Летом правительство объявило о программе туристического кешбэка, чтобы стимулировать продажи туров по внутренним направлениям. Первый этап продаж прошел с 20 по 28 августа, второй продлился с 15 октября до 5 декабря. Для участия нужно было оплатить поездку картой «Мир», на которую и начислялся возврат средств.
В конце года премьер-министр России Михаил Мишустин подписал постановление, согласно которому путешественникам разрешили переносить туры, купленные по программе кешбэка, до 2021 года, если на территории запланированного места отдыха введен режим повышенной готовности или чрезвычайной ситуации.
Abbie Chatfield was left feeling 'triggered' by her I'm a Celebrity co-star Robert 'Dipper' DiPierdomenico's disrespectful remarks about her bikini.
In an episode last week, the AFL legend, 62, insinuated the former Bachelor star, 25, was seeking attention by wearing the revealing swimwear in the jungle.
Speaking to Who magazine on Thursday, Abbie said she was glad she'd called out Dipper, but assured fans things were now 'totally good' between them.
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'I've been down this road before on The Bachelor when I was sl*t shamed. I'm glad it was aired,' Abbie said, referring to her racy beach romp with Matt Agnew in 2019 which sparked backlash on social media.
She added: 'I don't want people to think it's Abbie vs Dipper. I love Dip. We did the WAP dance two hours after that [argument]. He messaged me afterwards.'
Abbie had perfected the racy WAP dance - a routine inspired by the Cardi B song WAP ft. Megan Thee Stallion - while spending 14 days in hotel quarantine last year.
Abbie said her clash with Dipper was a learning experience for him and viewers.
'I think it was a great conversation starter,' she told Who. 'I've had so many people message me to say that calling him out on his comment made them have a discussion with their sons, dads and other family members.'
As a bikini-clad Abbie strolled through the campsite on the show last week, Dipper remarked: 'How do you walk around like that? How can you walk around like that? We should do a G-banger day.'
Despite Abbie insisting she was wearing her 'most conservative togs', the retired footballer wouldn't back down and said: 'You're not going out like that.'
When the Bachelor in Paradise star asked Dipper to clarify what he meant, he said she was 'seeking attention'.
Abbie later said Dipper's choice of words was 'quite triggering' and 'disappointing'.
An apologetic Dipper addressed the incident on Twitter on Wednesday, writing: 'Abby is an absolute force of nature. I shouldn't have said what I said in camp.
'I am glad we had the chance to discuss it. It was a learning moment and I am glad we could "twerk" it all out in the end.'
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! continues Thursday at 7:30pm on Channel 10
It is one of the most fundamental joys of football, or even sport more broadly. And yet in the last 24 hours it has become the latest stick with which the government is beating Premier League players in the Covid-19 era.
Celebrating goals has been thrown into the limelight after MP Julian Knight, chairman of the Parliamentary Department of Culture Media and Sport Committee, accused Premier League footballers of being 'brainless' and 'negligent' for hugging and huddling together in big group celebrations.
DCMS committee member and Tottenham Hotspur fan Clive Efford even went as far as to call players 'absolutely disgusting' for 'flouting the rules' on social distancing.
Managers have been quick to defend their charges, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Chris Wilder and Ralph Hasenhuttl among those to have spoken publicly on the issue.
So is it possible to stop yourself from running over to join the pile after one of your team-mates puts the ball in the back of the net?
Sportsmail columnists and former Premier League players Chris Sutton, Martin Keown and Micah Richards answer the question.
Look, say there's a crowded penalty area, someone scores a header and his team-mates rush him in the excitement. That I can understand. But to run 20, 30, 40 yards so you can give your pal a cuddle? That should be easy to resist.
There's no excuse if you're being told over and over to cut it out — and Premier League players are being told that.
To not celebrate in that manner is such a minor sacrifice to make. You might say, 'Who cares?' Well, the politicians do, and why would you want to give them any reason to shut football down?
You might also say, 'But players are practically hugging at corners'. Well, that's a necessary part of the game, whereas celebrating like a bunch of penguins trying to stay warm isn't.
Top-level football is fortunate to have been given special permission to play on, so follow the protocols in place! That goes for hugging managers, too.
When I'm out and about now, I steer clear of people. It's become second nature not to invade space. It isn't difficult. Is it ideal? No, but then what is ideal nowadays?
When you score a goal, you're almost removed from your senses. You can go into celebration mode automatically, especially if you aren't used to putting the ball in the back of the net.
But in my career, if a colleague scored, that was a different story. Look back at some of Arsenal's iconic goals and you won't see me having run the length of the pitch to celebrate with my team-mates.
My first thought was about what we had to do next to defend the lead. I'd be returning to my position, preparing for the restart. With pressure being put on players now, they have to show they can be professional and resist the urge to celebrate together.
Tottenham showed it can be done against Fulham. They scored a very good team goal, finished by Harry Kane, but they did not celebrate as a team with a group hug. Kane did it right.
He scored, celebrated on his own, got a fist bump or two, and moved on. That's the way to do it.
Players have to be mindful of their responsibilities and show they can follow the rules.
When you score a goal, the emotion that runs through you is something that you cannot fathom.
It didn't happen that often for me during my career, so when I did score, I tended to enjoy the moment for everything it was worth.
If I was playing now, I'm not sure I would be able to keep a lid on things — particularly if it was a last-minute winner.
In an important game, when your blood is pumping and something major is at stake, it is asking a lot of players for them to exercise restraint.
I do understand, though, that some people will see footballers celebrating together as not being a good look and will wonder why they have to gather in a group.
To that point, I would argue the best example I have seen of restraint being shown came from Harry Kane against Fulham. Kane showed class, walking away and giving cursory acknowledgements. In most cases, footballers will be able to do this.
The players are being tested, they wouldn't be playing if they were showing signs of symptoms and they are living in a bubble.
In the moments of high tension, however, when a game-changing goal goes in, don't we want to see the outpouring of joy that goes with it?
Loews Hotels announced Saturday that it won’t host a planned fundraiser next month for Sen. Josh Hawley at one of its Florida properties.
“We are horrified and opposed to the events at the Capitol and all who supported and incited the actions,” the company said in a statement posted to Twitter. “In light of those events and for the safety of our guests and team members, we have informed the host of the Feb. fundraiser that it will no longer be held at Loews Hotels.”
While the statement doesn’t mention the Missouri Republican by name, a political action committee affiliated with Hawley’s re-election, Fighting for Missouri PAC, was scheduled to hold a Valentine’s Day weekend fundraiser for the senator Feb. 12-15 at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel in Orlando, Fla., near the Universal Orlando theme park.
“Please join Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) for a Fun-Filled-Family-Friendly Orlando Weekend Event,” a flier for the event read.
A spokesperson for Hawley could not be reached for comment on Loews’ decision.
Loews’ announcement is the latest blow for Hawley, who objected to President-elect Joe Biden’s win even after pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol to demand the results be overturned.
Hawley has threatened legal action against the publisher, calling its decision a “direct assault on the First Amendment.“