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The New York Times exhibit features Kapuskasing

GreenFirst Forest Products Mill formerly known as Spruce Falls Power and Paper Company. Photo provided by Denis J. Puska, Vista Radio staff. An exhibit on Kapuskasing and its mill has been created at the New York Times newspaper museum. Curator David Dunlap says he was fascinated by the relationship and …

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Frankston’s graffiti tours up for award

Frankston City Council’s Street Art Walking Tours have been recognized as one of the best tourist experiences in the country. The tours have been shortlisted for the Australian Street Art Awards 2021 Best Street Art Tour category following a rigorous judging process, including a second tier audit and due diligence …

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The ultimate guide to exploring Cape Town like a tourist

With travel restrictions easing and South Africa off many countries’ dreaded ‘red list’, tourists are returning to our beautiful shores. This is where they can play and stay this summer — and where you can be a tourist in your own town. That happens. Things are finally looking up on …

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5 life-changing surf retreats to attend in 2022

Surf retreats offer the opportunity to venture to a tropical destination and spend a week fully immersed in the sport. There, you can meet like-minded travelers from all walks of life. Whether you’ve been wanting to get into surfing for years or you’re a lifelong surfer looking to hone your …

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James Goodenough | Obituaries | Goshen News

James Richard GoodenoughJim April 6, 1930 – January 27, 2022 James (Jim) died on January 27 at his home in Toledo. He was born April 6, 1930 in Allentown, Pennsylvania to Russell and Elaine Goodenough. He was a descendant of Thomas Goodenow who emigrated from Wilshire to England in 1638, …

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New York’s most inaccessible museum is gearing up for its close-up

It’s a two-decade-old art gallery that houses a collection of works and among the most prestigious in the country, but New York’s Solow Art and Architecture Gallery, at 9 West 57th Street, has never been open to the public. Finally, this will no longer be the case, at least from …

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Bloomington-Normal Area’s Latest Exposures | Arts and theater

Bloomington-Normal Galleries, museums Some cultural institutions are open or considering reopening under current COVID restrictions. Check with each facility for indoor, online or outdoor programming. Open facilities have face covering, distancing and other guidelines in effect; see websites or call for details. Angel Ambrose Fine Arts Studio; 101 W. Monroe …

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Walk Eat Nashville Tours hits the pavement again | Characteristics

Like many of us, Shannon Largen was facing a professional crossroads in 2020. She had worked for the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp for 16 years, training people and also running and running the Music City Greeter program. “I love Nashville, I love the hospitality and talking to people from …

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Wedding venue celebrated to host the first open house weekend of 2022

ONE of the best wedding venues in the area is having an open weekend for engaged couples. With engagements on the rise in this festive, love-filled season, Tyn Dwr Hallin Llangollen will be opening her doors to future couples for her New Years Open House weekend. General Manager Tracey Owen …

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These 7 expats left the United States to start a new life. This is how they earn income abroad

More and more people are discovering that they can not only live abroad and be happy, safe and comfortable, but they can also earn an income. This is exactly what I did when I moved from the United States to Mazatlán, Mexico, in 2006. I was living a steady income …

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Valletta, Malta, named best European city for well-being

Valletta, Malta, has been named the premier wellness destination in Europe. So don’t forget your yoga … [+] carpet! Malta Tourist Board What does it mean to be well? Our health and well-being depend on a number of factors, including the environment we live in, the exercise we do, and …

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The 150-year-old Mayo Lighthouse will be open to visitors at Christmas

Blacksod Lighthouse. Photo: Peter McCabe / Failte Ireland Posted: Sun Dec 5 2021, 10:00 Last update: Sun Dec 5 2021, 10:57 Blacksod Lighthouse Management Committee Comharchumann Forbartha Ionad Deirbhile has announced that Blacksod Lighthouse is open for winter tours for the period from November 2021 to February 2022. Private tours …

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Changing Travel Trends Boosts The Market For Travel Arranging And Reservation Services

Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services Market 2021 – Global Forecast to 2030 The Business Research Company Travel Arrangement and Booking Services Market 2021 – Opportunities and Strategies – Global Forecast to 2030 LONDON, GREATER LONDON, United Kingdom, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Rapidly changing travel trends towards leisure and gastronomic …

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Free Flanders Fields Pass to increase visitor return

The tourist organization VisitFlanders in Belgium offers visitors a free “Welcome Back To Flanders Fields Pass”. This visitor pass for the Flanders Fields region will hopefully help boost tourism in West Flanders. Work with museums and tourist attractions. To encourage and welcome the return of visitors with free or discounted …

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Close to wildlife in the SCV

By Emily Alvarenga Senior Signal Editor The Santa Clarita Valley is surrounded by open spaces, which means its inhabitants often spot some of the natural fauna that inhabit its hills and valleys. However, SCV residents also have the opportunity to get up close and personal with wildlife through a number …

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The top 10 of the most beautiful vineyards in Brittany

The Denbies wine estate in Surrey is Britain’s finest vineyard, according to a recent study. Argent.co.uk analyzed over 100,000 Instagram hashtags associated with 693 UK vineyards to reveal the most ‘Instagrammable’ vines. Llanerch Vineyard in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, takes second place with 5,325 hashtags, followed by Cornwall’s Camel Valley …

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New brewery prepares to open in downtown Negaunee

NEGAUNEE, Mich. (WLUC) – A new brewery in Marquette County is preparing to open and taps will start flowing near the corner of Silver and Iron Streets in downtown Negaunee in the coming weeks. Upper Peninsula Brewing Company has been under construction since 2016. Now, after five years, the team …

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Plan local Israel travel CVs

By Donald H. Harrison Donald H. Harrison SAN DIEGO – As vaccination rates rise and the coronavirus pandemic appears to be under control, group trips to Israel from San Diego are once again being organized. One of the first to be made public is a joint trip scheduled for May …

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Israel’s tourism sector fears lower unemployment benefits

Travel agencies fear employee exodus to other industries Israel’s tourism industry faces two challenges associated with July 1. This is the day the country was due to start welcoming individual (vaccinated) foreign visitors, but in light of an outbreak of the delta (“Indian”) variant of the new coronavirus, which has …

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Adventures by Disney announces new offers

Adventures by Disney adds new tours for travelers. A unique way to travel, providing guests with magical experiences all over the world through group – and now private – tours, Adventures by Disney’s latest specially curated route is a National Route – New England. THE ADVERTISEMENT In fashion now During …

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Bellosguardo showing small signs of life

After seven years of stubborn silence and relative inactivity, the Bellosguardo Foundation seems to be taking its first steps towards opening the palace of the late Huguette Clark to the public. The Foundation was formed in 2014 and officially took possession of the property in 2017, but in addition to …

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Robbins: Enjoy the Safe Spring Hike

Breadcrumb Links Diet and fitness Author of the article: Jody robbins Publication date: May 22, 2021 • 31 minutes ago • 4 minutes to read • Join the conversation Be prepared if you hit the mountain hiking trails this summer, courtesy of Travel Alberta / George Simhoni jpg Content of …

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