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Mexico’s Many Tourism Investment Advantages

Calling all entrepreneurs.  If you are looking to make a splashy investment in the future of tourism, Mexico may have the opportunity that you are looking for.  According to a report in Mexico News Daily, the tourism ministry is looking for savvy investors to back several upcoming projects, including a …

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7 Reasons to Visit Shasta County, California

“When I first caught sight of Mount Shasta over the braided folds of the Sacramento Valley” wrote naturalist John Muir in 1874, “my blood turned to wine and I have not been weary since.” As world travelers, we’re not easily surprised. We love travel, do our research and pretty much …

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Take a One-Day Private Jet Trip to Antarctica

A destination once previously reserved for scientists and the world’s most adventurous explorers is now becoming a day-trip for the well-heeled. From November through January, a South Africa hotel is offering private charters to Antarctica for $195,000 per person, Forbes reported. The flights, reserved for no more than 12 travelers, …

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Must-Visit Stops During College Football Season

Football fans rejoice, for football games are finally back in our lives. This season, why not pack up for the away game or spend a weekend at that one stadium you’ve always wanted to visit? After all, if football is your passion, you owe it yourself to experience the best …

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The Full Alaskan Fishing Lodge Experience

A flock of bald eagles enters into what I can only describe as a feeding flight pattern, swooping down, grabbing a fish, eating in midair and then circling back around for another dive. It looks like a little airport in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness—the eagles executing touch-and-go’s one …

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Paris On Track for Record-Breaking Tourism Year

The Paris Tourist Board announced Tuesday that 16.4 million tourists visited the city in the first half of 2017, a pace that would result in a record-breaking year for the popular French destination. According to Reuters.com, the Paris visitors were the most since current records started being tallied in 2008, showing the region has bounced …

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No Controversy Over These Jacksonville Statues

Located on the New River, close to the coastal region of North Carolina, lies the historical, military town of Jacksonville. It’s main claim to fame is the U.S. Marine Corps’ Camp Lejeune and the New River Air Station. However, the area is rife with history and a story that needs …

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Travel to These Fun Fall Festivals

Cooler weather and fewer crowds are two benefits of traveling during the fall. A number of festivals taking place around North America give globetrotters another excuse to hit the road. Los Cabos Celebrate Mexican Independence Day at the Hilton Los Cabos’ Mole Festival. The festival will take place the day before …

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