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2019 best US vacations to take: Grand Canyon, Maui and more

2019 best US vacations to take: Grand Canyon, Maui and more

Summer is here and it’s finally time to book that much-deserved vacation. But perhaps you’re troubled by the strange news coming out of popular tourist spot the Dominican Republic, or maybe you’re just looking for a change. U.S. News World Report is here to help with its annual rankings of ...

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Best Things to See and Do in Colorado

Best Things to See and Do in Colorado

With its incredible scenery and National Parks, bustling hip cities with thriving foodie scenes, and outdoor sports for all types of weather, Colorado has something for everyone. Colorado is a place for all seasons, drawing visitors to its peaks and valleys to push the boundaries in the outdoors. Most famous ...

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Both snow and rain increase travel in Colorado

Both snow and rain increase travel in Colorado

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. – Weeks after a busy ski season wrapped up for most mountains, camping reservations are outpacing 2018 numbers at state parks. According to Colorado Ski Country USA, a trade association representing 23 resorts across the state, visits to its member resorts were up 13% from the previous ...

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10 of the best romantic getaways in the United States

10 of the best romantic getaways in the United States

You don’t need a national holiday about love to justify taking a vacation with the one you love. All you need is a destination conducive to romance. Just like there are beaches that are great for families and national parks, theme parks and more which you’ll want to experience while ...

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Five Colorado experiences agents need to sell in 2019

Five Colorado experiences agents need to sell in 2019

Renowned for champagne powder in the winter and a summertime of enchanting wildflowers, Colorado is an undeniable feast for the five senses. But a strict appraisal of half of the state’s seasons would be selling it short: pink, red and yellow landscapes are replaced by gold and bronze in Autumn, while icing-sugar white ...

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Colorado tourist train delivers renewed hope to businesses

SILVERTON, Colo. — A Colorado tourist railroad has commenced service, bringing hope to businesses that have been isolated by weather events. The Durango Herald reports that the first Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad engine of 2019 arrived Saturday in Silverton, depositing dozens of tourists in the mountain town. Business owners ...

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CU women’s soccer closes out spring season, looks to France

Midfielder Taylor Kornieck heads the ball during the Buffs’ 1-0 win against the UCLA Bruins on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. (Benjamin Chang/Independent File) The University of Colorado women’s soccer team officially finished their spring season against Wyoming at their home of Prentup Field this past Saturday. Overall, the spring season ended with ...

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Denver might give homeless people the right to camp anywhere

Denver might give homeless people the right to camp anywhere

Jerry Burton has lived in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood here for the past few months, in an orange tent pitched on a sidewalk. He and the other homeless campers on the block – Mr. Burton proudly calls the encampment “Jerr-E-Ville,” and has declared himself the unofficial mayor – are defying ...

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