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Sacred Australian Natural Wonder Implements New Ban To Stop Tourists From Visiting 

The Horizontal Falls in Australia are known for their coastal geography and powerful tide forces that, in the past, many visitors paid to see up close. Now, the falls are leaning back on allowing tourists to visit due to safety concerns, and complaints from the indigenous population in the area who have claimed for a while that the boat tours “desecrate” the falls.

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New Airport Terminal In Florence Will Have A Vineyard On Its Roof, Aiding New Sustainability Efforts

New York-based firm Rafael Viñoly Architects announced back in January that it will be adding a new international terminal at the Aeroporto Amerigo Vespucci in Florence that will have a functioning vineyard on its roof as a “new landmark for the city’s sustainable future.”

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China Reports Record Breaking Holiday Travel Rates For Lunar New Year 

China has reported a record breaking increase in travel and spending during this year’s Lunar New Year holiday season, which could mean great things for the world’s second largest economy.

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Train Route Between Italy And Slovenia To Open For Historical Direct Trip 

A new train route in Europe is opening up that will connect Milan, Italy to Ljubljana, Slovenia in what is believed to be the first connecting the two nations, in this way, in over 100 years; the last time there was a train route between the two is thought to have been during the Habsburg Empire before it dissolved.

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US Airlines Gearing Up For Record-Breaking Air Travel For Thanksgiving 

US airlines are expecting record breaking travel demand this year for Thanksgiving, with multiple executives across many airline companies gearing up to prepare for the influx in travel.

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The Amtrak Problem: Trains Were Delayed 1.42 Million Minutes Last Quarter

According to Amtrak, within the past year train passengers had been delayed for 11 weeks when you calculate all the delayed minutes, with only 28% of trains running on time.

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How A US Government Shutdown Will Impact The Travel Industry

If lawmakers don’t pass a federal budget or stopgap measure within the week, a government shutdown will take effect on October 1st, which could drastically impact the travel industry throughout the country.

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American Airlines Suing Travel Company For ‘Bait And Switch’ Sales Tactic

American Airlines is suing Skiplagged, a travel company, claiming that they’re deceiving customers with a “bait and switch” tactic on ticket pricing.

Katelyn Moskos Northern Living

Northern Living: Redefining Vacations in the Enchanting Lake George Region | Katelyn Moskos

Lake George is found in the picturesque Adirondack Mountains and has long been a cherished escape for vacationers seeking respite from the daily grind. However, in the wake of pandemic fatigue, the need for rejuvenation and family bonding has become paramount. Katelyn Moskos, a visionary entrepreneur and founder of Northern Living, started her business to help families make those meaningful memories.

Terry Gale The Rambler Ranch

Rambler Ranch: A Time Capsule Of Classic Cars, Memorabilia, And Nostalgic Wonder | Terry Gale

Everyone has their own version of “the good old days.” When we look back on the past decades that brought us to where we are today, we can’t help but become nostalgic, and yearn for the simplicity of what used to be. Rambler Ranch offers an experience that can only be described as a time capsule of everything that made the 20th century so glamorous. From its wide range of classic cars, to full exhibits of what the world used to look like, Terry Gale has created something truly remarkable.