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    Now Open: Choco-Story New York, The Chocolate Museum and Experience with Jacques Torres

    Chocolate lovers must have been so happy when master chocolatier Jacques Torres opened his 'Choco-Story New York, The Chocolate Museum and Experience' for people who love to eat the treat and to those who want to satisfy their curious minds about the history and craft of chocolate making.

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    Free Musuem Entry In Italy For All Women During International Women's Month

    In celebration of International Women's Day, all women in spite of her nationality will get to enjoy free entrance to Italy's museums and cultural destinations. There are over 100 museums around the country that will hold talks and showcase women's art throughout history.

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    Five Best Camping Tents For The Travel Explorer

    We ask you to buy quality camping equipment that will resist the most extreme weather. As you know, the climate is unpredictable and could ruin your fun. Here, rounded up is the list of the best camping tents for the travel explorer.

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    This Zoo's License Got Rejected After Inspection Reveals Almost 500 Animals Died In Its Care

    A unanimous council committee decision has rejected to renew the license of South Lakes Safari Zoo after knowing that almost 500 animals died in just two years in its care. The Barrow Council gave its ultimatum of turning down the application of renewal after concerns over animal welfare had been raised.

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    'Holy Turtle' Ate Almost 1,000 Coins Thrown By Locals And Tourists

    A town, Sri Racha, near the Gulf of Thailand, has a pond on which people, locals and tourists alike, tossed coins for a turtle that was believed to be holy and brought them luck. However, Om Sin the sea turtle suffered from eating almost 1,000 coins thrown into her pond.

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    Notes Of 700-Year-Old Chinese Explorer Shares Insights On Wild Cambodia

    It seems like people will follow travel tips from a 700-Year-Old Chinese Explorer in exploring Angkor, the mysterious, prosperous capital of the Khmer Empire in Cambodia. Chinese envoy Zhou Daguan, wrote his experiences in his notes called, 'The Customs of Cambodia,' and today's scientists and explorers only discovered some enlightenment of Angkor through Daguan's writings.

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    Capsule-Shaped Hotel Room Lets Sleeping People Drift To An Island

    In a Dutch-themed park in Nagasaki Sasebo, it seemed like it's possible to sleep in a capsule and wake up the next morning in an all-attraction island. Huis Ten Bosch will be developing a new feature where hotel guests can stay in a two-storey sphere capsule drifting to another park.

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    Five Cat Cafes In Singapore Animal Lovers Must Not Miss

    Do you love cats? You can cozy up and eat your desserts in these five cat cafes in Singapore. These cafes let you pet, play and learn all about the story of each cats living in the establishments. Travelers Today also get to find out how the owners rescued some of their feline friends on the streets.

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    US Airports To Conduct More Meticulous Body Searches

    U.S. airport security workers have discovered that many people still have gotten passed through the security point while carrying dangerous weapons with them. To help curb the issue, the Transport Security Administration (TSA) has changed the policy of body searches for a more rigorous screening process.

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    Things That Happened At The 45th Iditarod Race In Alaska

    The 2017 Iditarod Trail International Sled Dog Race has kicked off on March 4 at Fairbanks, Alaska with 71 mushers vying for the title and to finish the race covering the distance within just nine to 15 days or more. This year, it's the second time the race is held in Fairbanks instead in Anchorage and the first in which mushers must carry a cell phone during the contest.

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    Super Bloom In California's Desert Can Happen A Few Days From Now

    It's only days away when people get to see the annual Super Bloom wildflowers in the Anza-Borrego Desert, where desert lilies, poppies, and lupine wildflowers grow in the fields. It is expected that the bloom this year would be much earlier and grander because of the torrential rains occurring since December.

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    What's In A Name? Learn About The Legend Behind The Names Of These Five Places

    What's in a name that which Shakespeare will call it a rose? Voyagers and locals have begun calling their places and countries out of legends and myths throughout generations. Here are five countries and places and the interesting story behind their names.

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    Margaritaville To Open For Active Adult Communities

    Margaritaville Holdings in partnership with real estate Minto Communities plans to build Latitude Margaritaville, a first among the series of "active adult communities" to be only available for people ages 55 years and above. The community center is slated to open during fall of 2017 and is being branded now as a retirement community in Florida.

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    British Artist Banksy Opens Hotel With The Worst Views In The World

    British street artist Banksy opened The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem near the controversial wall dividing Israel from Palestine, calling it to be a lodging with the" worst view of any hotel in the world." The 10-room property serves as accommodation, museum, political or artistic statement of the artist regarding the wall that has the two regions pitting against each other.

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    Sleep Underground At Forest Gully Farms

    If you want to spend your vacation in Tennesee, it would be best to have your time at the Forest Gully Farms where you can camp underground on their hobbit-like bunkers called Gully Huts.

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