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Top 10 Things to Do with Kids in Milwaukee

Often overshadowed by nearby Chicago, Milwaukee is the hidden gem of the Midwest. It’s a big city with a small-town feel, friendly people and a rich history. This lakefront destination has plenty to offer when it comes to affordable vacations for families with young children: Explore the Riverwalk Stroll the …

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Have Telescope, Will Travel

People take trips for myriad reasons. Some explore the world in order to follow in the footsteps of a historical figure or to peruse a renowned art gallery. Others will go anywhere to watch a big sporting match or to feast on great food and drink. And some set off …

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Curating Your Own Carmel by-the-Sea Experience

A California seaside town with a European feel, Carmel-by-the-Sea is a friendly place with 43 hotels, 900+ hotel rooms and no street addresses. Straight out of Disneyland or maybe Gaudi’s Barcelona, this little city has cobblestone roads, inconsistent sidewalks, no streetlights and remarkable architecture. Though the town is small (one-square-mile, …

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NYC’s Splashy New Global Tourism Campaign

NYC & Company has launched a campaign that will encourage visitors from around the globe to make a deeper connection with New York City and discover its true culture. The “True York City” campaign has been introduced in 17 countries as well as the U.S. Advertisements and promotion is now …

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Tourism Cares Reveals Volunteer Destinations for 2018

Tourism Cares has named South Florida and New Orleans as the hosts of its upcoming volunteer program. The travel industry’s philanthropic community has tapped the two destinations for its 2018 “Tourism Cares for Resilient Destinations” program in wake of devastating hurricanes. Tourism Cares for South Florida will take place May …

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European Tourism is Doing Just Fine

European tourism remains on track for a strong year after experiencing impressive growth over the summer. According to a new report from the European Travel Commission, international tourist arrivals to Europe grew 8 percent in the first eight months of 2017 compared to the same period last year. Additionally, 32 …

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What Are the Hottest Thanksgiving Destinations?

It’s safe to say that New York City and Cancun are in a league of their own when it comes to hosting the ultimate Thanksgiving getaway. The two cities are the most popular domestic and international destinations among Americans planning a Turkey Day trip for the third consecutive year, according …

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Hapuna Beach Resort to Open in March 2018

The winter is heating up in Hawaii. The Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel is undergoing a $46 million conversion project to become The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort, scheduled to open its doors in March 2018. The upgraded luxury resort is still be owned by Prince Resorts Hawaii, but it will feature …

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Escape to California’s Best-Kept Secret

Every now and then, it’s a breath of fresh air to find a place that has a unique blend of timeless magic—where art and nature work together in perfect harmony. That place is Morro Bay on California’s Central Coast. The picturesque seaside village along California’s iconic Highway 1 sports miles …

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New Wonders of the World to Add to Your List

Countless travelers have visited the ancient Peruvian site of Machu Picchu but how many can say they’ve laid eyes on the remains of the Royal Empire in India? And while the pyramids of Egypt top bucket lists far and wide, the pyramids in Sudan remain largely unvisited. A new report …

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