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Three Different Art Stops in Santa Fe

Santa Fe has long been known as a regional as well as international art escape, thanks to its bevy of art galleries and creative institutions. But in addition to shopping for that next piece of art for your bedroom wall, a recent trip highlighted three amazing—and very different—art experiences that …

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5 Tips for Visiting Kennedy Space Center with Kids

Even if science was not your strongest subject in school, there’s something undeniably appealing about humanity’s quest to explore outer space. Kennedy Space Center, on Merritt Island, Florida, is brimming with inspiring stories of space missions and makes rocket science accessible to the masses. Just a short drive from destinations …

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8 Amazing Reasons to Visit Austin, Texas

Haven to a fascinating blend of eclectic cultures, grassroots politics and infectiously funky vibes, Austin is one amazing destination. Despite being the capital of Texas, home to a major university, and one of the fastest growing U.S. cities, Austin somehow manages to retain its small-town feel. It’s a delightful mix …

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Puerto Rico Tourism Authoring Impressive Post-Storm Recovery

The disastrous impact of last year’s devastating hurricanes is quickly developing into an unprecedented victory for the island’s crucial tourism industry, said top tourism and hospitality officials at a media roundtable discussion in New York this week. The deadly storms provided Puerto Rico tourism stakeholders with a somewhat ironic “opportunity …

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Acapulco Buffing Up for Tianguis 2019

After a successful stop in Mazatlán, Mexico’s Tianguis Turístico is ready to move back down the Pacific coast to Acapulco per the trade show’s itinerant status agreement. The seaside city has been busy doubling-down on infrastructure improvements since it last hosted Tianguis in 2017, with one of the most notable …

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Antigua and Barbuda: One Year After Irma

As powerful storms threaten to ruin some Caribbean vacations this week, it’s important not to forget that this is also the nearly one-year mark since back-to-back Category 5 hurricanes ravaged the region. While we continue to monitor the Caribbean’s status as the current storms continue to build strength, TravelPulse takes …

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Tourists Can Now Visit This 4,000-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb

The 4,000-year-old Tomb of Mehu has opened to the public for the first time near Giza, Egypt, CNN reported. Originally discovered by Egyptologist Zaki Saad in 1940, the tomb had been closed for decades until the recent completion of important restoration work. The Tomb of Mehu belonged to a high-ranking …

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4 New, Cool and Affordable NYC Hotels

There are some fun new hotels popping up all over NYC and Brooklyn—a few that are just opening their doors to guests officially this month. With tons of perks plus pricing that won’t break the bank, there’s never been a better time to visit the city that never sleeps. Book …

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