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Welcome to Lakeland, FL

Welcome to Lakeland, FL

Looks like your next visit will be to Lakeland, FL based on your answers to our city quiz Welcome to Lakeland — the Swan City. Abby and Kaylee here, the editors of LALtoday, and we’re so excited to show you around. Before we get started on the tour, here are ...

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May Day tourism witnesses strong recovery despite crowd caps

May Day tourism witnesses strong recovery despite crowd caps

Guests watch fish swimming in a pond in Yu Backyard, an in depth Chinese language backyard situated in Shanghai on Friday. Picture: Yang Hui/GT China kicked off its five-day Might Day vacation on Friday, the primary lengthy vacation within the nation following the outbreak of COVID-19 in January. Regardless of ...

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Coronavirus: Summer holidays abroad possible, German official says

Coronavirus: Summer holidays abroad possible, German official says

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Many areas in Europe – including Spain‘s Balearic Islands – are heavily reliant on tourism Germans may be able to have summer holidays abroad, the country’s tourism chief said, as European nations look at how to handle the summer break. Federal tourism commissioner Thomas ...

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11 MVCC students earn transfer scholarship awards to Clarkson, RPI

11 MVCC students earn transfer scholarship awards to Clarkson, RPI

UTICA — Eleven Mohawk Valley Community College students earned merit-based transfer scholarship awards for their academic achievements. They include: • Josh Dobransky, of Floyd, an engineering science major, received the Joseph H. Smith Jr. ’45 Engineering Science Medal from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ($18,000 per year for two years). Dobransky is a ...

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Will We Be Able to Travel This Summer?

Will We Be Able to Travel This Summer?

This is a developing story. For up-to-date information on traveling during the coronavirus outbreak, visit the websites of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. As we know all too well at this point, travel has come to a virtual standstill due to the coronavirus ...

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Germano Celant – a giant of Italian art

Germano Celant – a giant of Italian art

The Italian critic and curator Germano Celant has died at the age of 79. The man who in recent years held the roles of Fondazione Prada director, Guggenheim curator, and ArtForum contributing editor fell ill with Covid-19 after a trip to New York in early March, and died from virus-related ...

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Travel: Best Parks in Every State in the US

Travel: Best Parks in Every State in the US

This summer, get yourself, your family, or even your pet outdoors and explore the hidden natural wonders in your own backyard. With the help of Yelp, MONEY has identified the best park in each of the 50 states as well as the District of Columbia, and then spelled out the ...

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Virtual tour series shines the spotlight on Wuhan

Virtual tour series shines the spotlight on Wuhan

Tour operator Walks has kicked off their Spotlight Series of online tours with a sojourn to Wuhan, China, aiming to provide insights into the ancient city beyond that of the skewed narrative painted by international media. The first run of the Wuhan tour (US$10), which delves into the city’s highlights, ...

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