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Made of Atomic Size Stars in a Clumpy Firework Universe
by Eugene Savov. The discoveries of normal galaxies, strings of galaxies and heavy elements in the far distant universe [1-7] suggest that these space objects have to be older than what the big bang universe can allo...
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How To Enjoy Croatia
by Neven Grubisic. 1. Why Croatia ? Croatia is the closest Mediterranean destination to central Europe. It takes 2 hours by plane from London, 45 minutes from Munchen... Croatian natural beauties are significant and am...
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Top of the Mountain: The Masters, Augusta, GA
by Andrew Kress. If you’re a stockbroker, the center of the world is New York. If you are a commodities trader, it’s Chicago. But if you’re a golfer, the center of the world is…a little further south. “You actuall...
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A Mindful Road Trip: The Perfect No-Goal Vacation
by Maya Talisman Frost. It's the beginning of spring break, and we're heading south. That's all we know. Our family is greatly anticipating what may be our last road trip for a long, long time. There's a lot of excitement ...
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Theres More to Orlando than Disney, Things to do in Orlando
by David Leonhardt. Orlando is one of the top tourism destinations in the world. It features Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World. People come from every continent to take in these famous theme parks, an...
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Camping With Mans Best Friend
by Robin Shortt. Man's best friend your dog , and you, can go camping and have lots of fun. Look at it as a walk that doesn't end, during which he gets to spend all his time with you. For us campers, it can give us a...
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Alternatives for Business Travelers
by David Leonhardt. "I'm coming home. I've been away too long. Been away so long. I'm coming home" – Ian Thomas, in Coming Home I still recall my road warrior days. It seemed like every other week, I was hopping on ...
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Vacation In Comfort With Kids
by David Leonhardt. It takes a special person to travel with kids – a parent. Children have their own needs. Their idea of a vacation is more "adventurous" than a parent's. They need constant stimulation and they can...
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16 Tips For Preventing Passport Problems
by William Manor. Carelessness is the number one reason for a passport application being rejected or delayed or for a passport being lost, stolen, or damaged. What steps are necessary to prevent these things from happ...
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Ditch The Hotel For A Villa Or Vacation Home
by David Leonhardt. Two visits to Budapest. Two apartments, walking distance from downtown. I did not even set foot in the Hilton. My mother and I saw Budapest like only someone who stays away from the Americanized h...
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Travel Doctor Q&A
by News Canada. Dr. Suni Boraston Vancouver, BC Q: I am going on a vacation to Mexico and have been told that you cannot eat or drink anything without being affected by Montezuma's Revenge. Is this true and is it wo...
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Vacationers… Did you know?
by News Canada. (NC)—The long-awaited vacations of 1.3 million Canadians may be ruined every year by Travellers' Diarrhea, also referred to as Montezuma's Revenge. While rarely life threatening, Travellers' Diarrhea...
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You Dont Need To Fear Montezuma
by News Canada. By: Dr. Suni Boraston, Vancouver, Travel Medicine Specialist (NC)—Emporiatic enteritis, Rangoon runs, Maladie de la Mer Rouge, Aden gut, Aztec two-step, Montezuma's revenge…I learned the definition o...
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Living In Morelia, Mexico
by David B. Wix. For me, living in Morelia was a very rewarding experience. It was certainly far different than what I had been used to in the United States. When I went there in 1997, technology existed, however, te...
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Silent Macau
by Ieuan Dolby. A failed or neglected city springs to mind when walking around Macau during the day time. Around the outskirts of the Islands the doors of modern buildings never seem to open. Hotel restaurants tend ...
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The Singapore Taxi - An Account from a Traveler
by Ieuan Dolby. Fast, easy and efficient could describe life in Singapore. You don’t stroll along the streets in a world of your own with time to spare and you definitely do not walk when a taxi is waiting nearby. L...
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Flights Of Fancy: An Air Of Gratitude
by Maya Talisman Frost. Feeling cranky about air travel? Get a grip. Not on the arm of your passenger seat--on reality, history, and the incredible accomplishment of human flight. We've just celebrated the 100th anniversa...
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Amazon Expeditions
by Robert Phillips. The Amazonat Jungle Lodge is offering in addition to her standard programming combined land/water expeditions in which the guests will stay part of the time at the lodge and part of the time in a reg...
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Amazon Lodges
by Robert Phillips. Amazon Lodges I had always been told that if you wanted to see wildlife do not go to the Amazon. That the jungle was so dense that you could never see the wildlife and that the wildlife was mostly n...
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Masters Of Disguise
by Stephen Schochet. Gene Hackman once lamented that the worst thing about becoming a famous actor is that you lose the ability to observe people without being noticed yourself. But some performers are so good at disgui...
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Strange Encounters With Hollywood Legends
by Stephen Schochet. Meeting famous people is often a surreal experience for both parties. In 1956 when Elvis Presley arrived in Hollywood he and his entourage stayed at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. One day he got in...
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When Stars Collide
by Stephen Schochet. During the silent era it was thought a waste of money to make a movie with more than one star. Personalities like Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd and Buster Keaton were considered potent enough box off...
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Who Lives In The Star Wars Galaxy?
by Stephen Schochet. It's hard to say where old Hollywood ended and new Hollywood began. People in the industry don't think of themselves as making history, they are just going to work. But the day in 1967 that Jack Warn...
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Its A Wonderful Movie
by Stephen Schochet. It's A Wonderful Life (1946) began as a short story called "The Greatest Gift". Writer Philip Van Doren Stern was unable to sell it to a publisher, so he sent the tale out as a long Christmas card to...
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Pretty Women Have Stayed At The Beverly Wilshire
by Stephen Schochet. Since it was built in 1929, The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel has attracted rich and famous guests from around the world. To the general public the hotel is most famous for being used in the 1990 mov...
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