Navajo Nation Votes Down Grand Canyon Tourism Development Project

The Grand Canyon area has a need for economic development for native tribes of the region but Navajo lawmakers voted against a new construction project to build a tourist tram. The tribe claims that the proposed site is sacred and environmentalists are also opposed to any urbanization of the area. The Native American tribes of the region face worsening unemployment...

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Visiting Niagara Falls in two days

Visiting Niagara Falls in two days

Watching Niagara Falls is one of the most awe-inspiring things a traveler can do. The views and the power of the falls will take your breath away. It is considered one of the most romantic places on earth and one of the most popular tourist destinations and should be a must-see on your travel bucket list. You can see Niagara Falls by traveling to northern New...

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Lyndhurst Bowling Alley in Tarrytown, New York

After more than 20 years, the Lyndhurst Bowling Alley in Tarrytown, New York has finally been restored. The location is a tourist attraction and an unlikely location for women’s empowerment. The bowling alley doubled as a sewing school for women during World War II. Women who had little opportunities as immigrants other than being a servant. This was a...

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Travelport Signs Deal to Get Hertz’s Prepaid Car-Rental Rates for the First Time

Generally, the system used in global distribution makes its profit by acting as a middle man, distributing travel information between travels agents ad airlines. Travelport was determined to expand far beyond airline distribution. Travelport has made a deal with Hertz, with plans to set vehicle rates. Before the deal with Travelport, prepaid rates were only...

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Just Release The Album Already, Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift needs to just release the new album already. There are many different things that can be found in the new Taylor Swift album that deal with her life and things she cares a lot about. There are songs dedicated to lovers and haters and others. There was a music expert who actually broke down her lyrics to draw parallels with her real life. Key Takeaways:Taylor...

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Top 6 destinations for an affordable luxury villa in Croatia

First in the 2017 World Country Awards, Croatia with its Mediterranean climate, fantastic beaches, walled icities, and great parks provides destinations for everyone. Dubrovnik, facing the Adriatic, is a charming walled 16th century city in the south. Hvar, a 13th century walled city facing the Adriatic, glitzy and full of night life. Split, a UNESCO world heritage...

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This Family Of 9 Travels The World On $5,000 A Month

One large family has traveled the world on a budget of $5,000 a month. That is enough to keep everyone happy and well fed along the way too. The family had four kids while they were living together in Utah. Now they are on the go and ready to explore the world. Follow their story and get to know some of the important details they experience. Key Takeaways:Slow...

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Embracing Change: Health Scares, Retirement, and Travel

This blog article is about a husband and wife who decides to travel the world after having a death scare. The husband had kidney failure and the wife was told to prepare for his funeral within a few months. A kidney match was found and after the couple decided to sale their home and travel the world because you never know what tomorrow will bring. Key Takeaways:It’s...

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Why Does the Season Before Winter Have Two Names?

Some people might wonder why the season before Winter has two different names attached to it. There is a lot of indecision about the season that came before Winter which goes by the names Fall and Autumn. The understanding of all of the seasons stems from which location you happen to find yourself in. Key Takeaways:Summer dates back to the proto-Indo-European...

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