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Carnival Victory Gets New Bars, Dining and Accommodations

Subscribe to Ship Shore, our newsletter with the latest cruise news, posts and special offers from around the cruise industry. Carnival Victory is getting many new options for dining, places to drink and new accommodations during her 17 day dry dock at the Grand Bahama Ship Yard. The last dry …

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161 complaints filed against travel agency that abruptly closed

The Attorney General’s Office has opened an investigation into a travel agency that we told you abruptly closed its doors in November. It’s a story we’ve followed for two months after Legendary Journeys shut down leaving customers out of thousands of dollars with no vacations. Customers lose vacations when travel …

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king5.com | Cuba has a lung cancer vaccine. Many U.S. patients can …

George Keays is not a rogue kind of a man. A Colorado real estate agent and grandfather of three, the 65-year-old practices yoga and meditates regularly. But the U.S. government, he says, has left him no choice but to break the law. If, that is, he intends to stay alive. Keays …

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The 10 reasons why you should visit a s—hole country

Dismissing countries as nothing better than sewers is a sure sign Donald Trump has never really travelled to them. Donald Trump has clearly never travelled in a “s—hole” country. Maybe the US president has visited a few. Maybe he’s flown in on a private jet and pressed some flesh, signed …

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Vacation Express Expands Flights to Cozumel, Grand Bahama

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Sunwing’s Vacation Express is launching new flights from Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport to a pair of Caribbean destinations. The carrier is slated to launch new nonstop flights from CVG to both Grand Bahama and Cozumel, Mexico. “We are excited about adding these additional flights …

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In Camagüey to build a future of science

Home Articles News Camagüey Monday, January 15, 2018 By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte. Each 15 of January is celebrated in Cuba The Day of Science. Year after year scientists camagüeyans commemorate the date imbued in the example of Fidel, and with the satisfaction of contributing to the solution …

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Need to get away? Pittsburgh Travel Showcase returns Jan. 26-28 – Tribune

Updated 4 hours ago If winter weather has you looking for a quick getaway, or itching to make summer vacation plans, a trip to the Pittsburgh Travel Showcase might be in order. The second annual showcase, presented by AAA Travel, is scheduled for Jan. 26-28 in the David L. Lawrence …

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Glamor gal! Sofia Vergara, 45, flashes her toned legs as she poses like a pin-up on last day of ‘tropical paradise …

You can take Sofia Vergara out of Hollywood, but you can’t take the Hollywood out of Vergara. On Saturday, the 45-year-old Modern Family actress posted photos of her final vacation day in the Caribbean and included a glamorous image of herself posing like a pin-up model. The starlet recently went …

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Buried in mud, Montecito faces a daunting cleanup with no end in sight

The cobbled parking lots outside boutiques are empty. The Italian trattoria known as Oprah Winfrey’s favorite haunt is shuttered, as is the Four Seasons resort owned by Ty Warner, the Beanie Babies tycoon. A place famous for coastal affluence and extravagance is now unlivable and grappling with one basic and …

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