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Lufthansa adds Barbados to its destinations with flight from Germany | Loop News

| Loop News  Bonifatti thanked the Barbados government for making the flight possible and in such a quick turnaround. The Frankfurt-Bridgetown connection went from a thought and idea to reality in six short months.



"This flight was first discussed with the authorities in March during the ITB, during the big tourism trade fair in Berlin and six months later we have the first flight coming into Barbados almost fully booked. It's a very good response. Normally we take a year for the planning and then we start looking into possible first flights, but the government of Barbados [and] especially BTMI were so professional and so proactive in looking into solutions that we were able to put this flight in the systems and start selling it very, very quickly. So the first flight was almost full. This is really good news."

Wayne Rooney's son Kai springs into action during holiday in Barbados

Hey just letting you know that they are no private beaches in Barbados. None.



Metro News   The DC United footballer and family are currently enjoying a getaway on the Caribbean island’s luxury Sandy Lane hotel, which has its own private beach. Wayne and Kai have been joined over half term by the footballer’s two middle sons, Klay, six, and Kit, three, as well as his in-laws Colette and Anthony McLoughlin.






Savannah Hotel up for sale

Barbados Today  One of Barbados’ prime south coast properties is up for sale.



The 93-room Savannah Hotel is being sold “via a structured offer process”, according to Terra Caribbean, the real estate company advertising the sale of the property.



“All intended parties are invited to submit their offer on or before October 23, 2019,” the company said in one of its updates.

A Barbados guide

Daily Mail Online   The island of Barbados has been beloved of the British since Captain Henry Powell first occupied it in 1625.



The intrepid adventurer claimed the island on behalf of King James I. It remained British for almost 350 years. Although independent since 1966, it is still a member of the Commonwealth.



The origin of the name Barbados reputedly comes from the Portuguese explorer, Pedro A Campos, who used the phrase 'Los Barbados' meaning 'bearded ones'.

Lots to see and do in beautiful Barbados

Boston Herald    I’ve been obsessed with Barbados since I was a kid, when I read the Newbery Medal-winning book “The Witch of Blackbird Pond” by Elizabeth George Speare. For anyone who somehow managed to escape their summer reading, the book is about a fictional 17th century young woman who, orphaned, must leave her home in Barbados and travel to New England. Now in Puritan Connecticut, she often reminisces about her home and her childhood growing up in beautiful Barbados.