Carnival Shakes Up Destiny's Itinerary

Carnival Destiny will operate a new five-port, seven-day southern Caribbean itinerary in 2008, featuring a call to Casa de Campo. The other ports of call will be St. Kitts, Dominica, Barbados and St. Thomas/St. John. Bob Dickinson, Carnival's president and CEO called the southern Caribbean one of the most sought-after destinations in the world. The 2,642-guest Destiny was Carnival's first ship to break the 100,000-ton barrier and recently underwent renovations to include such additions as a new Club O2, Carnival Cruise Lines' teen club.

Suggested Articles:

AMResorts has a new resort brand management deal in Aruba, bringing the first Secrets Resorts & Spa-branded property to the island. Read more.

Known as the Pink City, Toulouse is known for its architecture and cuisine. Our Paris correspondent shares an insider's look.

Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro called for a state of emergency as six feet of water flooded the city Wednesday. Here's the latest.