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Re "Giving a bad name to Chinese tourists," May 29 Just like the Chinese boy who scratched his name on an ancient Egyptian temple wall, people have been leaving graffiti on Egyptian monuments for quite some time now. In the early 6th century BC,...
Knott's Berry Farm is stuck with that old carrots-versus-candy conundrum this summer -- forced to administer a dose of what's needed rather than what's wanted. Knott's unveiled three family rides on Thursday that won't make many people rush out to the...
Cars Land has put the pedal to the metal on attendance numbers at Disney's California Adventure Park. The once-struggling theme park adjacent to Disneyland in Anaheim drew 7.8 million visitors in 2012, a 22.6% increase over the previous year,...
Channel 2 NewsOne of the oldest homes in Anchorage is opening its doors for tours this summer. The Oscar Anderson House Museum is offering guided tours this season from May 28 to September 1. Visitors will take a 45-minute tour through the home, learning about the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Beyonce, Travel, Museums
Buckroe Beach was already showing signs of decline the first time I visited the aging waterfront resort as a little boy in the early 1960s. But I was just as impressed by its faded glory as I was by the new convertible in which my Uncle Tom drove me...
The parent company of Royal Caribbean International is expecting the recent fire aboard Grandeur of the Seas to have a direct financial impact, net insurance, of 10 cents a share. That's about $22 million based on 220 million shares outstanding as of...
The Hartford CourantHARTFORD – Just in time for summer and the crush of tourists heading to the Southeastern Connecticut shoreline, the state is launching new weekend rail service to Old Saybrook and New London. "This is great news for Connecticut," said Gov. Dannel...
Roy Lake State Park near Lake City will host the Becoming an Outdoor Family during the weekend of June 28-30. The event is designed for beginning camping families, families that would like to try new outdoor activities and those who enjoy the company...
Tags: Gardens and Parks, State Parks, Travel
How brave are you? Brave enough to walk the plank? If so, you can do that, eight feet over the side of Norwegian's new ship Breakaway (http://www.breakaway.ncl.com), the largest ship ever to homeport in New York City. You are guaranteed not to go...
Tags: Cake Boss (tv program), New York City, Family, Cruises, Travel
Presho - The South Dakota Grassland Coalition is sponsoring a birdwatching tour at the Bill and Connie Smith farm northeast of Montrose, S.D., on June 14-15. In addition to birdwatching, the event will include breakout sessions on bird identification,...
Tourism promoters are working to prove locals can enjoy outdoor excitement, nightlife and the arts — or hands-on learning for the family — without leaving the area. “There are a lot of things in the northern part of the county that a...
Tags: Roxbury, Arts, Arts and Culture, Mining, ABC (tv network)
PARK CITY, Utah –One of the intents of Mitt Romney’s Park City, Utah, confab for his major presidential donors was to give them an up-close-and-personal look at the potential candidates to be the Republican party’s next presidential...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Gardens and Parks, Paul Ryan, Travel, Barack Obama
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