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Jul 16, 2019

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Tourists rethink trips to Dominican Republic after three American deaths

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jun 10, 2019
Concern over the incidents could disrupt the country's $7 billion tourism industry.
A beach at the Punta Cana resort in the Dominican Republic.
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The Danish hotel helping recovering addicts get back on their feet

by John Laurenson Mar 14, 2019
Hotellet, in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, is a hotel that trains and employs recovering drug addicts, helping its staff work and reconnect with the wider community. At $74 a night, which includes a Scandinavian breakfast, the rooms are inexpensive…
Joachim, 19, who works in the 'Hotellet,' sits in a room of the hotel in Copenhagen, 09 January 2007.
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Steps Chinese women take to secure U.S. citizenship for their babies

by Jennifer Pak Mar 6, 2019
Children born on U.S. soil are granted citizenship under the 14th Amendment.
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What are the economic benefits of a national park?

by Janet Nguyen Feb 26, 2019
It's the 100th anniversary of the Grand Canyon National Park, which has spurred millions in spending in nearby communities.
A general view of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, on Feb. 13, 2017.
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Beatlemania is alive and well in the band's hometown of Liverpool

by Lucia Benavides Jan 8, 2019
Growing Beatles tourism has helped other businesses in Liverpool — many hotels, restaurants and shopping centers have opened up in recent years.
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Is a struggling California town a victim of its own charm?

by Scott Cohin Nov 23, 2018
An entity that buys land in Pescadero, California to preserve it as open space also effectively takes the land off the tax rolls
Pescadero, California, population around 1,700, is a popular tourist destination for wealthy Silicon Valley tech executives.
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Expanding airports are banking on local retailers to add value

by Renata Sago Nov 6, 2018
Terminals in major cities are undergoing renovations and relying on the allure of local shops to keep travelers spending.
A band entertains travelers at the Orlando International Airport.
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For you, it's a tax on a hotel stay. For Florida, it's money to clean up a large lagoon.

by Renata Sago Sep 27, 2018
The state rakes in a pretty penny on overnight hotel stays, and how that money should be spent has been a contentious issue lately.
Stephen Sharkey, who works for the Marine Resources Council, says the Indian River Lagoon had, at one point, the most biodiverse ecosystem in North America.
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Labor Day, meh? You’re not alone

by Renata Sago Sep 3, 2018
Now that classes start mid-August for many schools in the United States, Labor Day weekend is less of a “Goodbye, sweet summer!” thing. Even the AAA has stopped predicting a traveler’s forecast. Click the audio player above to hear the…
People head for trains in Grand Central Terminal as thousands of New Yorkers depart the city for Labor Day weekend on September 1, 2017 in New York City. One of the busiest travel days of the year, roads and trains are often packed to capacity as people look to enjoy the last summer weekend. 
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Summer brought to you by: Orlando theme parks

by Renata Sago Jul 3, 2018
How did this hot and sunny middle Florida city become such a theme park magnet? And how does it keep the tourists coming in the summer months?
In this handout image provided by Disney Parks, fireworks light the sky over Cinderella Castle during the Grand Opening of New Fantasyland at Walt Disney World Resort December 6, 2012 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
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