Trump Travel Ban Doesn’t Discriminate Based on Religion Trump Team Tells Court

The Trump Administration filed an appeal in U.S. courts recently, stating the travel ban does not discriminate again a particular religion. Trump’s initial bill to ban travel from several Muslim-religious countries shortly after his Administration stirred up a great deal of controversy. What does this appeal mean? Key Takeaways: President Donald Trump’s...

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International Tourist Spending in the U.S. Is at Record High So Far This Year

International tourist spending in the USA is at a record high so far this year. International travelers spent 21 billion in the United States in February. This is a nearly three percent increase over February 2016. The first two months of 2017 have been the best spending months America has ever had for tourists. International Tourist Spending in the U.S. Is...

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Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Expansion Into North America and 4 Other Aviation Trends This Week

This blog is a roundup of a few articles about the expansion of Lufthansa into North America, as well as some other general aviation news. The other airline news includes available deals for airline miles in the Americas, an opinion on Basic Economy fares, the new Delta One cabin, and the effect of Brexit on Ryanair. Lufthansa’s Low-Cost Expansion Into North...

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Good Hotels Has a Better Approach to Building Community

As indicated by the brand, Every Good Hotel accomplices with nearby NGOs and offers a uniquely crafted preparing which offers friendliness preparing to people from distraught groups and individuals with intense foundations, helping them to incorporate into the occupation advertise On account of Antigua, there were a strong system of encounters out of the lodging...

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Memorial to Leroy Brown in Eufaula, Alabama

Tom Mann, hooked a 1 pound largemouth bass while fishing in Lake Eufaula, Alabama in 1973. Mann recognized the fish was special and placed him in a pool with other largemouths, the fish’s aggressive nature earned him the name Leroy Brown, he was eventually moved to an aquarium at Tom Mann’s fish world. Leroy was the main attraction for seven years...

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Grave of Douglas the Confederate Camel in Vicksburg, Mississippi

Old Douglas, a camel was gifted to Colonel W.H. Moore of the 43rd Mississippi confederate regiment and was put to work carrying instruments and knapsacks for the regiment’s band. He served in other battles but was shot by a Union sharpshooter during the battle of Vicksburg after he wandered free of his tether. His body was eaten by the starving Union soldiers...

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Big Events Look at North Carolina Again After Partial Repeal of Anti-LGBT Law

Charlotte was scheduled to host the game this year, but the NBA relocated it because of the law also commonly referred to as the bathroom bill. North Carolinas Republican legislative leaders said they would be OK with whatever hosting agreement the NBA strikes with Charlotte businesses. The NBAs Charlotte Hornets issued a statement that the team would work with...

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Watchdog Group Asks Whether Laptops in Cargo Hold Create a Safety Risk

A watchdog group has asked whether laptops in Cargo hold create a safety risk for people. Although it has been downplayed, it is actually an issue that should be thought about. There is a lot more focus on terrorism, but this is actually a threat too. There is a small risk of taking a laptop on a plane. Watchdog Group Asks Whether Laptops in Cargo Hold Create...

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Chefs+Tech: Will Travel for Food

Chefs plus technology will mean that there will be travelling involved with food. A lot of tourists plan their entire vacation around food. Restaurants and food tourism companies can use this to their advantage. Food is changing how people travel. This is an amazing thing and restaurants need to be ready for it. Chefs+Tech: Will Travel for Food

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