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Ditch the snow already! Spring into adventure travel

  With the weather slowly… very slowly… warming up around most of the USA, spring is finally just around the corner. It is the perfect...

Bangkok Airways flies into Cam Ranh, Vietnam

Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited has successfully made its maiden flight from Bangkok to Cam Ranh today. Bangkok Airways' Management along with representative from...

Bangladesh Election Fear: Empty hotels in high tourist season

The peak season for Bangladesh tourism is now, but Bangladesh tourists spots like Cox's Bazar are deserted. The Asian country's tourism sector has been hit hard due to the prevailing uncertainty and unrest created. The reason is the upcoming national election on Sunday.

Courtyard Burlington, Ontario: Innovative design and flexible space

In Canada Courtyard by Marriott Hotel has opened its doors in Burlington, Ontario and ready to serve you. Featuring an innovative lobby space as well as Courtyard’s latest contemporary room design, the new hotel provides flexibility and choices that allow guests to optimize and elevate their travel experience. Located at 1110 Burloak Drive, the 135-room hotel will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned by Burlington Hotels Group Inc. and managed by Burloak Hospitality Management Ltd. Both of Burlington, Ontario.

Team Grenada welcomes two new cruise ships on the same day

Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean welcomed inaugural cruise ship calls from the Celebrity Reflection and MSC Preziosa both bringing more than 5,000...

Jordan lures eco-tourists with waterfalls, canyons

DANA, Jordan—A trek uphill from Jordan's scorching Dead Sea shore through the towering sandstone walls of the Mujib gorge leaves you with a pulse-racing way to get back down—strap into a harness a

Waterfalls public art a boon to NYC tourism

NEW YORK, NY — The Bloomberg Administration says the Waterfalls exhibit on the East River, which ran from June 26th to October 13th, had an even greater economic impact than anticipated.

Manhattan waterfalls spur tourist revenue

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg established his credentials as an art aficionado early in his administration when, soon after his 2002 election, he threw the full weight of the city’s support
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