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1. Mentalist Santiago Michel breaks new ground as Las Vegas headliner with a show entirely in SpanishЧт., 21 июня[−]

A Mexican mind reader is luring people to the Las Vegas Strip with a performance entirely in Spanish. Santiago Michel claims that his 65-minute performance is the “first and only wholly Spanish-speaking show” on the Strip.

“?Totalmente en Espa?ol!” is plastered across the top of the web page for...

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2. Kilauea's eruption is reshaping Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Say goodbye to the popular lava lakeЧт., 21 июня[−]

When Hawaii Volcanoes National Park fully reopens to visitors, it will look drastically different. The recent quakes and lava flows from the Kilauea volcano are reshaping the landscape of the park. Tourists can say goodbye to one of the most popular draws: the flow of red-hot magma spewing to the...

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3. A weekend escape to Santa Barbara is still a wonder despite the fires and floodsЧт., 21 июня[−]
A new resort has improved the look of downtown Santa Barbara where it meets the Pacific. And it's business as usual for many of the tourist sites damaged by last winter's storms.

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4. On National Selfie Day, Kimpton offers free drinks when guests and diners post at these placesЧт., 21 июня[−]

It’s National Selfie Day, a day that has been a social media thing every June 21 since 2014. If you use the right hashtag Thursday, you could score a free cocktail or beer at several Kimpton hotels in Southern California.

Each hotel has a slightly different twist on what you get if you play along...

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5. Seeking a short cruise that's a bargain to boot? Check out repositioning trips, available as lines shift their ships to other portsСр., 20 июня[−]

Every spring and fall, as major cruise lines reposition their vessels from the Caribbean and elsewhere to Alaska for the summer, residents of the West Coast and beyond get the chance to sample short cruises at bargain prices.

Pacific Coast cruises generally take place in April, May, September and...

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6. Venetian's gondolier keeps a song in his heart--and on his lips--as he cruises and croons on the Vegas resort's canalsСр., 20 июня[−]

He has sung repeatedly on national TV and now visitors to Las Vegas are requesting Carnell Johnson when they arrive at The Venetian.

Johnson, a Vegas native, swapped the gondolier’s costume from his day job for a Vegas Golden Knights jersey as he belted out the National Anthem in all 11 of the...

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7. Craft beer stops are what fuel this bicycling tour of VermontСр., 20 июня[−]

Sample Vermont’s craft beer culture on a six-day trip that will take bicyclists on winding roads from Middlebury to Stowe through the Champlain Valley and the Green Mountains.

Participants will also hike the Stowe Pinnacle Trail to Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, and sample artisanal beer...

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8. Kauai's Hanalei Colony Resort to remain shut through Sept. 1 because of highway's flood damageВт., 19 июня[−]

A remote Kauai resort set on the sands of Hanalei Bay will remain closed until at least Sept. 1 as the island’s North Shore continues to recover from historic flooding, according to an announcement Monday.

Hanalei Colony Resort said that reservations through Sept. 1 are being canceled and refunded...

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9. Las Vegas buffets are legendary — and now, reinvented. Here are four offering fresh takesВт., 19 июня[−]

The Las Vegas buffet has reinvented itself. Prices are a far cry from those $1.99 deals of years past featuring steam tables heaped with fried chicken and macaroni and cheese.

Those easy-to-prepare-in-bulk dishes have been replaced by upscale offerings with a seasonal flair, from pea tomato soup...

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10. Stop at key cities and villages on Mekong River cruise to Vietnam and CambodiaВт., 19 июня[−]

Cruise the Mekong River this fall on a seven-night voyage that visits bustling Southeast Asian cities as well as tranquil riverside villages.

The trip begins in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, which is known for its French colonial landmarks, including Notre-Dame Cathedral, and its recent dynamic growth....

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11. Where to hike in Kauai to one of the wettest spots on the planetПн., 18 июня[−]

While most people head to Kauai for sun and sand, hikers who head into the interior of the island will find themselves in one of the wettest places on Earth.

Mount Waialeale in the island’s interior receives an average of 450 inches of rain each year, which accounts for its lush vegetation and...

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12. How 10 Cadillacs got nose-deep in Amarillo dirt — and why you should see themПн., 18 июня[−]

A group of artists called Ant Farm took on a simple, powerful task in 1974: They would bury 10 Cadillacs in the dirt of Amarillo, near Old Route 66, noses underground, tail fins turned toward the Texas sky.

As this video shows, all these years later, the artwork is deeply loved and heavily amended....

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13. These apps help defeat barriers and keep you on the roadПн., 18 июня[−]

Of all the memories of my first trip to New Orleans, this stands out: wandering through the French Quarter in search of an upscale restaurant that offered wheelchair access.

After several failed attempts, I arrived at a lovely Bourbon Street establishment that had a level entrance, meaning no steps...

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14. His heroics happened not in the air but at a hamburger standПн., 18 июня[−]

Unlike some flight attendants, I’ve never swung open the door of a disabled aircraft and directed an evacuation. I’ve never rushed to the aid of shrieking passengers after the cabin pressure dropped precipitously.

I’ve never wrestled a shoe-bomber, performed CPR on a toddler, fought a raging galley...

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15. Arts and arfs are on the SoCal agenda for June 22-24Вс., 17 июня[−]

The weekend will bring you flowers, art, cool technology, short films, carnival rides and a goofy gathering of dogs.

Palm Springs

More than 55 short films will be shown at what’s billed as the largest short-film screening in North America: the 24th Palm Springs International Short Film Festival...

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16. Here's where you'll find maximum fun for your Fourth of July celebrationsВс., 17 июня[−]

Happy 242nd birthday, America. To get the party going, we’ve chosen a few events that sound particularly fun. They may not be the biggest or have the flashiest fireworks, but these are places with character — and filled with characters as well. Most activities are free for spectators, but be sure...

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17. It's time for all airports to come into the 21st century, just as some already haveВс., 17 июня[−]

Loved the concise and well-written article by Dean R. Owen on what to know before you go [“The Flier’s Guide, June 3].

This gives me hope that the airports around the country are finally getting it that we need flying to be based on technology from this century, not last century.

I would like to...

18. Getting a California Real ID driver's license on the first day it's offered? Not a problemВт., 23 янв.[−]

Real ID, the federally compliant driver’s license that can be used as identification for getting on a plane starting in October 2020, became available Monday in California, and I got one.

No magic and no strings pulled or favors called in. I didn’t even have an appointment with the Department of...

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19. At Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, it's all about the terrainВс., 21 янв.[−]

At Lake Tahoe’s Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, it’s not location, location, location, it’s terrain, terrain and more terrain: a combined 6,000 acres of some of the most dependably snowy, scare-yourself-silly inbound skiing and snowboarding among U.S. destination resorts.

Last fall the jointly owned...

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20. Iceland’s remote Deplar Farm delights heli-skiers and adventurersВс., 21 янв.[−]

Alan Bernholtz grew up in the San Fernando Valley and surfed off Malibu. But the ski slopes of the Sierra — and later Colorado, Alaska, the Andes and the Alps — lured him away from the Pacific Ocean.

Now the 49-year-old ski guide spends part of the year flitting from peak to peak in a juiced-up...

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21. Jasper is Canada's winter wanderlandВс., 21 янв.[−]

Snowflakes tumbled lazily in the light of the train as it inched toward the Jasper rail station, where half a dozen elk foraged. They come for grain that freight trains spill on the tracks, a steward had told me on the 18-hour train ride northeast from Vancouver. The elk didn’t even raise their...

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22. Parks and passports are among the many things affected by a government shutdownСб., 20 янв.[−]

The government shutdown may wreak havoc on your visit to a unit of the National Park Service and the speed with which you can get a passport.

California’s park service websites (the list is below) included this notification: “For your planning purposes, some parks in the National Park System may...

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23. Where do the grumpiest travelers come from? D.C. takes the top prizeПт., 19 янв.[−]

More grumpy travelers come from Washington, D.C., than any other location in the country, with Colorado and Oregon second and third, according to a study of hotel reviews nationwide.

California? Always a top-10 finisher, the Golden State came in fourth. You got a problem with that?

The happiest...

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24. Quirky places to eat on your next trip, like that prison in MassachusettsПт., 19 янв.[−]

Food inspires travel. About 22 million Americans were expected to take a culinary vacation in 2017, according to an AAA survey. Three-quarters of those surveyed said food and dining were an important part of their experiences when they were on the road. Here are four surprising places where food...

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25. 101 Freeway reopening delayed until at least Monday. Amtrak adds extra trains to accommodate more travelersПн., 15 янв.[−]

The 101 Freeway in the Santa Barbara area won’t open until at least Jan. 22, Caltrans tweeted Monday. The agency cited continuing cleanup plus storms predicted this week for the ongoing closure between Carpinteria and Santa Barbara.

Until the road reopens, the quickest way to travel to and from...

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