While dining at Caffe Vaticano, located near the Vatican, Cheppy ordered two hamburgers, two cappuccinos and one Americano. Upon being presented with the receipt, she was shocked to see a total charge of €81.40.
A recent study found that nearly three out of four American travelers would prefer to hit the road this summer instead of fly to their destination.
Jamaica was yesterday selected to chair the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) Regional Commission for the Americas (CAM) for the biennium 2019-2021.
Among the Inca archeological sites that are plentiful in Peru, none actually attracts as many tourists as the famous citadel of Machu Picchu.
The UNWTO announced the awards for the highest quality beaches for this year, with Greece bagging the second spot in the entire world, behind only Spain.
Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, has said the artisan village being constructed at Hampden Wharf in Trelawny forms part of the overall inclusive growth strategy to increase earnings among local suppliers.
Government officials in Mexico revealed the invasion of sargassum at Quintana Roo beach destinations would result in a tourism drop of as much as 30 percent this year.
Former Grenada tourism minister Brenda Hood is among six stalwarts of Caribbean tourism to be honored by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) allied membership at the Travel Industry Awards Dinner during Caribbean Week New York next month.
A photo of a meal receipt taken in Rome by Emma C. Cheppy, a traveler from New York City, has gone viral for its outlandishly expensive charges.
The last in Caribbean News Digital
Caffe Vaticano in Rome Charges €25 for a Hamburger
OnePoll: Americans Choose Road Trips over Flights
Jamaica to Chair the UNWTO Regional Commission for the Americas
Anger Ramps Up over New International Airport for Machu Picchu