April 23, 2024 8:04 PM

United States of America

7 US Hotels Opening in 2024 That Promise Unforgettable Experiences

Get ready for an exciting lineup of US hotels opening in 2024. With various settings from cityscapes to serene retreats, these new destinations offer top-notch amenities, stunning designs, and exceptional service. Stay tuned for these groundbreaking openings that are set to redefine hospitality.

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What Are the Best Places in the US to Stargaze and See Celestial Displays?

What Are the Best Places in the US to Stargaze and See Celestial Displays?

Highlighting the best places in the US to stargaze, the piece covers remote national parks, high altitude locations, dark sky reserves, coastal areas, and observatories ideal for enjoying the night sky's beauty.

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Biden Administration Set to Enact Travel Bans Against Israeli Extremists for Palestinian Attacks

The Biden administration plans to impose travel bans on Israeli extremists linked to violence in the West Bank. Concurrently, the Maldives Parliament is considering a similar ban, signaling global concern over Israel's actions in Gaza.

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Where Off-Grid Travel Takes You on the West Coast

Off-grid travel on the West Coast takes you to remarkable places like Redwood National Park, Big Sur, Mount Rainier, Olympic, and Yosemite. It's about reconnecting with nature and respecting the environment.

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Top 5 Places in the US with Dark Tourism

5 Places to Visit in the US if You're Willing to Give Dark Tourism a Try

Explore the Top 5 Dark Tourism Sites in the US, from Alcatraz Island to Gettysburg Battlefield. Delve into history, remember the past, and respect its impact.

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Five Of The Most Amazing National Parks In America That Are Free For Visit

The United States of America is blessed with the abundance of amazing wildlife, valleys, forests and mountains. Hence, not all national parks in the US are open for free.

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Drive-In Theater Gets A Comeback In Nashville After 60 Years

Drive-ins were considered a hit during the 50's and 60's until modern television, and live streaming pushed the popularity away. Now, Nashville, Tennessee will be bringing the iconic entertainment night drives back to their city as an indoor drive-in movie theater to be called as the August Moon Drive-In.

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The Statue Of Liberty Was Patterned After Arab Woman

Amidst the ire and confusion over Donald Trump's immigration ban, stood the Statue of Liberty and the lady has a story of her own. Historians say that America's famous icon of freedom and diversity is based on Arab women.

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US Announces 24 New National Historic Landmarks

National Park Service, through the National Historic Landmarks Program, recognizes 24 historic properties of exceptional value to the nation and promotes the preservation efforts of federal, state, and local agencies and Native American tribes, as well as those of private organizations and individuals.

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Google Reveals Most-Searched Travel Destinations In 2016

Before the year ends, let’s take a look back at the most researched travel destination for the year 2016.

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Five Best Places To Go For Female Solo Travelers

There is nothing wrong with wanting to travel alone, so here we give you the top five destinations for your solo trip.

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Five World-Class Airports You Should Spot In America

America is home to some of the best things in the world, and indeed, aviation services is included. Here are five note-worthy airports to keep in mind when in the US.

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Top Five American Small Towns - Your Getaway From the City

With a population of only 9,020 people, and only being accessible via plane or ferry, much of this town is unexposed to outside influence, especially its wildlife. Among its glacier-carved mountains, sightings of rare animals such as bald eagles, brown bears, humpback whales, and sea otters are a common occurrence.

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Finland, Qatar, UAE Top World's Safest Cities; UK, Less Safe Than Rwanda, Saudi Arabia

Global heavyweights such as the United Kingdom and the United States of America fared poorly, lagging at 63rd, and 73rd place, respectively. According to The Telegraph, this puts them below countries such as Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan, Malaysia, and Rwanda.

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Meet Obama: The President And The Wanderlust

President Obama adds ultimate tourist while serving his country to his job description.

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