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Cars and Coffee Returns to The Elegance at Hershey

WHY IT RATES: Travel agents with clients visiting Pennsylvania this summer should be looking to add Hersey’s Cars and Coffee events to their iteneraries.—Donald Wood, Breaking News Senior Writer. Cars and Coffee will once again be part of the activities during this year’s Elegance at Hershey. A Cars & Coffee …

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Kauai Is Open for Business

After rain and floods overwhelmed the island of Kauai during an unusually strong thunderstorm April 13-15, tourism is coming back. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) recently put out an update regarding conditions on the island and the ongoing recovery, noting Kauai is open for business, with progress being made to …

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Florida Keys Nearly at Full Strength

Before we left for our late-February trip to Florida, which included a drive from Miami to Key West, it seemed like all of our friends were concerned—didn’t we know that a hurricane had swept through this past season? Can you still get there? Are things open? I knew the concerns …

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California’s Spectacular 17-Mile Drive

Just the mention of California’s coastal 17-Mile Drive is guaranteed to bring gasps and huge smiles from anyone who’s experienced it. As one of America’s most scenic drives, the route meanders along the Monterey Peninsula passing through an area commonly known as Pebble Beach. Much of this idyllic wind-sculpted forested …

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Tourism Remains Strong in Acapulco

WHY IT RATES: The baton was passed from Mazatlan to Acapulco during Tianguis Turistico, which took place April 14-18. —Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer. Acapulco tourism authorities have confirmed that the destination remains strong and is determined to continue working hard as it celebrates the confirmation of the 2019 Tianguis …

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Family-Friendly Fun Awaits in Nassau

Looking for the ideal destination for a summer family vacation? Nassau, the Bahamas, could just be the place. With an abundant offering of family-friendly activities and a host of accommodation options, the Caribbean island paradise awaits multigenerational groups of any size. What’s most impressive is the area’s numerous family-friendly activities …

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Best Peruvian Restaurants in Los Angeles

The city of Angels might not have the largest Peruvian population in the United States as that honor belongs to New York City. However, this West Coast melting pot is still one of the cities with the most significant population of Peruvian Americans and Peruvian-born residents in the country. Consequently, …

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EU Launches Initiative to Promote Smart Tourism

The European Commission has launched a new program focused on innovation. The European Capital of Smart Tourism will recognize achievements in smart, innovative, sustainable and inclusive tourism by European cities. Tourism is a major economic driver for the European Union, representing 10 percent of the EU GDP and employing more …

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Scotland Launches New Global Campaign

WHY IT RATES: The new campaign aims to attract bring more high-spend tourists to the country to grow Scotland’s economy. —Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer A new campaign will put Scotland in the international spotlight and showcase the country’s world-leading assets to a global audience. Launched simultaneously in North America, …

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