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A look at 5 NYC hotels, each with something special to offer

New York has hundreds of hotels, located in different neighbourhoods, with different styles and amenities. But a hotel is more than just a place to rest your head. Many hotels have something truly special to offer, and often those features can be experienced even if you’re not staying overnight. Stop …

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All aboard for NYC Christmas sight show

The New York Botanical Gardens annual Holiday Train Show kicks off Nov. 22. The annual uncover facilities vast G-scale indication trains and trolleys humming along 1-km of lane underneath a 30-metre-high potion architecture of a gardens Palms of a World Gallery. The trains hurl past replicas of some-more than 150 …

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San Antonio’s loyal colours

SAN ANTONIO The story of this colourful multi-cultural city has some-more bends than a stream where Spaniards determined a Alamo goal in 1718. Visitors can get a headstart on subsequent years 300th birthday celebration during Hotel Emma, once home to a Pearl Brewery, where we can settle in with a …

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Gadgets, comfort, luggage: A present beam for travellers

NEW YORK — What’s in your bag when we take a trip? What gadgets, collection and comfort equipment are essential? The Associated Press crowdsourced that doubt on a Facebook thread as provender for a holiday present beam for travellers. We listened from folks around a world, from millennials to retirees, …

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Rockefeller Center Christmas tree arrives in NYC

NEW YORK — It’s commencement to demeanour a lot like Christmas in New York City. The hulk Rockefeller Center tree arrived Saturday. It was lifted off a trailer and hoisted into place by a crane. The 85th tree to accoutre a piazza is from Pennsylvania this year. The Norway Spruce …

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Miami’s mangrove superstars

STEVE MacNAULL, Special to Postmedia Network The belligerent underfoot oozes brackish water. Tiny crabs scurry. A small heron flits away. And during a red mangroves edge, a crocodile splashes, heard, though not seen. Isnt this a spectacle of nature? Fernando Bretos of a Frost Museum of Science asks rhetorically. Mangroves are …

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