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Escape Miami Without Leaving These Restaurants

People flock to Miami for bachelor parties, 21st birthday celebrations and Miami Music Week. The city’s seen more bottles of champagne than Diddy’s green room in the ‘90s. But let’s be real. If you party every day, forever, you’ll probably die. Where do you go when you want a breath …

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What everyone needs to know when traveling abroad

NEW YORK – On a visit earlier this year to India, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went to great lengths to fit in, wearing heavily embroidered kurtas and showing off his polished Bhangra moves at a reception. While traditional wisdom suggests that Indians should have appreciated this, the actual reaction …

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Latam Brazil announces two new European routes

Tickets are now on sale for Latam Airlines Brazil’s new São Paolo-Lisbon flight, with the carrier also revealing it plans to serve Munich in the first half of 2019. Both flights come as Latam Airlines Group’s continues its international expansion. Passengers throughout South America will be able to connect conveniently …

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Discover Qatar launches digital overhaul of services

Discover Qatar, the destination management subsidiary arm of Qatar Airways, has announced that it has launched a digital transformation project. The company hopes to implement innovative digital technology to enable Qatar’s growing inventory of hotel rooms and services to connect with global tour operators and travel providers on one digital …

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Get Ready to Go to Broadway

It’s showtime, says NYC & Company, which recently announced the upcoming dates and shows available for its popular NYC Broadway Week event. The event, now in its eighth year is taking place September 3, 2018, to September 16, 2018. “Seeing a Broadway show is a quintessential New York City experience, …

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Trump’s trade war with China hits US tourism

President Donald Trump’s tit-for-tat trade war with China appears to have caused a significant slump in Chinese visitors to the United States that could cost the American tourism sector dearly this year – according to the latest findings from ForwardKeys which predicts future travel patterns by analysing 17 million booking …

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Antigua and Barbuda Posts Strong 2018 Land and Sea Arrivals Growth

Dual-island Caribbean nation Antigua and Barbuda is continuing a two-year trend of sharply higher land and cruise-ship visitor arrivals, reporting significant increases in both categories in the first half of 2018. Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority (ABTA) officials in late July reported the territory hosted 148,139 overnight, land-based visitors between …

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