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Planning A Trip To Namibia!

Planning A Trip To Namibia!

We just recently went on our first safari in South Africa, which was incredible. As I explained, we’re excited to go on safari again, though we’d like to do a different kind of safari, meaning going to an area with different animals and/or different landscape. That brings us to the ...

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Princess Cruises Reveals Name of Sixth Royal-Class Ship: Discovery Princess

Princess Cruises Reveals Name of Sixth Royal-Class Ship: Discovery Princess

The name of the sixth Royal-Class cruise ship for Princess Cruises was revealed today – Discovery Princess. The fastest-growing international premium cruise line also announced the largest inaugural launch program ever with worldwide itineraries offered onboard Discovery Princess to Europe, the Caribbean, South America, Mexico and the California Coast for the 2021/2022 cruise season. ...

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American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association to host first tribal tourism information gathering session

American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association to host first tribal tourism information gathering session

News Release American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) will host its first-ever Tribal Tourism Information Gathering Session during the upcoming American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The session seeks public input from tribes and the tribal tourism industry about successful ...

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The Best National Parks To Visit On Fee-Free Day This Saturday

The Best National Parks To Visit On Fee-Free Day This Saturday

National Park Fee-Free Day is here, which means it’s the perfect weekend for visiting a national park and getting in some early autumn hiking. Every fourth Saturday of September the National Park Service and National Park Foundation celebrate National Public Lands Day, and what’s the best way to pay homage ...

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Wisconsin man retraces father’s WWII footsteps in Europe

Wisconsin man retraces father’s WWII footsteps in Europe

JANESVILLE, Wis. — Dave Sheen wore out his father’s World War II field jacket during junior high. But like so many in the baby boomer generation, Dave seldom heard his father, Merle, talk about the war. He remembers Merle saying that wars don’t solve anything. They just kill people. And ...

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