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Things to Do With Kids in Brooklyn on July 15

Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Brooklyn today, July 15, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what’s going on today in Brooklyn‘s museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the …

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Tim Nash’s Sustainable Stock Showdown: Can plastic pledges save troubled cruise lines?

Being stuck in a hot city all summer can make you daydream about vacationing on water. But  can the world’s largest cruise companies lure conscious travellers and investors aboard with new plastic-free pledges? Last week, Carnival Corporation, the industry’s biggest company with over 100 ships and 10 leading cruise brands, …

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A New Reason to Make the Seychelles Your Next Vacation Destination

Why Go: As if natural beauty was not enough to lure sybarites to the Seychelles, the new Six Senses Zil Pasyon now seals the seduction with 28 one- and two-bedroom villas, each with its own pool. Set on the private isle of Félicité in the Indian Ocean, the tropical-chic retreat …

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Polar bears and other reasons to love Churchill | canada.com

Churchill calls itself the polar bear capital of the world and it’s not hyperbole. People come to see the deadly bears from a heated tundra vehicle as they wait for the ocean ice to freeze so they can head out and feast on seals. The northern Manitoba town, on the …

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President Tsai tours Nevis, extols beauty of its beaches | Politics | FOCUS TAIWAN – CNA ENGLISH NEWS

Basseterre, July 14 (CNA) President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) toured the island of Nevis Sunday, on the second day of her visit to St. Kitts and Nevis, saying she was impressed by the scenic beach landscapes that obviously were very attractive to tourists. Nevis’ reputation as a beautiful tourist destination is …

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Wholesaler wrap: Viva Holidays says hello to Harry Potter, Wendy Wu’s early bird specials + more!

It’s Monday, folks, and that means two things: it’s time for our weekly wholesaler wrap, and for some hair-of-the-dog treatment for Travel Weekly‘s editor at the local pub. Wendy Wu Tours’ Early Bird 2020 Specials Wendy Wu Tours has released a dedicated Early Bird Specials brochure for 2020 featuring significant …

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Discover Oahu’s West Side

The lagoon at Secret Beach Ko Olina on the west side of Oahu, Hawaii Getty When travelers think Oahu, Honolulu may be the first, and only, on-island destination that comes to mind. Of course, Hawaii’s capital city is a worthwhile destination, but escape the tourists on Waikiki beach for a …

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Commentary: Respect the oceans 365 days a year

Melissa Martin is an author, columnist, educator, and therapist. She resides in the US. www.melissamartinchildrensauthor.com By Melissa Martin, Ph.D My favorite vacation spot is any place with an ocean and a beach, God’s natural playground created for fun in the sun. And during summer beach vacations, families can educate themselves …

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Lawmakers appeal for protection of Maldives fisheries industry

Parliament will prioritise legislation to protect the local fisheries industry ahead of the Eid al-Adha break in August, Speaker Mohamed Nasheed said on Monday. The former president’s pledge came after four resolutions related to the fisheries industry were submitted by MPs of the ruling Maldivian Democratic Party. The resolutions call …

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Apollo 11 anniversary: 50 years later, Apollo 11 moon landing remains a defining moment in history

Watch the CBS News prime-time special “Man on the Moon,” celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, Tuesday at 10/9c. In a culture steeped in high technology, from wearable computers to the internet of things and rockets that fly themselves back to pinpoint touchdowns, the Apollo 11 moon landing and Neil …

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