All entrances to Yellowstone National Park are temporarily closed due to ‘extremely hazardous conditions’, Europe’s city break destination, Geneva has launched Choco Pass, allowing visitors access to some of its most sought-after chocolatiers and more in top stories of the day.
All entrances to Yellowstone National Park are temporarily closed due to ‘extremely hazardous conditions
Yellowstone National Park announced Monday all entrances are temporarily closed due to “extremely hazardous conditions” caused by “unprecedented” rainfall and flooding.
“Effective immediately, all entrances to Yellowstone National Park are temporarily CLOSED due to substantial flooding, rockslides and mudslides on roadways from recent unprecedented amounts of rainfall and flooding,” the park said in a Facebook post.
No inbound traffic is allowed “until the conditions stabilize and the park can assess damage to roads and bridges,” the post added. The North, Northeast, West, South and East entrances are all closed. Multiple portions of the park are also experiencing power outages, the park said in its postings.
Switzerland’s ‘Choco Pass’ Is the Dream Ticket Chocolate Lovers Have Been Waiting For
Switzerland rivals Belgium as one of the best places to taste chocolate in the world with the Lindt House of Chocolate in Zürich, just a few hours away by car or train. And now, for just 30 Swiss Francs ($32.49) for adults and six CHF ($6.50) for children you can try sample plates from some of the best chocolatiers in the city. It’s worth making a day out of grabbing all the chocolate morsels, as the Choco Pass lasts just 24 hours from when you walk into your first chocolate shop.
To purchase a Choco Pass, visitors can buy one online or at the Tourist Information Centre, Quai du Mont-Blanc 2. So get ready to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Punjab to develop Ranjit Sagar Lake in Pathankot as tourist destination
The Punjab government will develop Ranjit Sagar Lake in Pathankot to make it a world-class global tourist destination as it seeks to boost tourism and allied sectors in the state. The Punjab government organised an investors’ summit in New Delhi to extend invitation to private players to invest in the tourism and other sectors in the state.
While special focus was laid on the development of Ranjit Sagar Lake, various other sites having the potential to be developed as tourist spots were showcased during the summit. The Darbar Hall and Gol Kothi in Kapurthala, Sangrur Kothi in Sangrur, Amritsar and Mohali convention centres and Shahpur Kandi Fort were among the sites proposed for development.
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