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Kids Wanna Hunt Ghosts at Mansfield, Ohio Reformatory?

Who wants to tiptoe around an old, possibly haunted prison reformatory at night? That’s right, we do. The infamous Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio opens its doors on select Fridays and Saturdays, once or twice each month, to give ghost hunters from all over the world a chance to walk among the spirits said to be still inhabiting the facility. Volunteer tour guides will...

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Los Angeles, California Attractions

From Disneyland to movie star footprints, Koreatown to the Mexican enclave at Olvera Street, here's a look at the must-sees in Los Angeles, California. The City of Angels is truly one of our favorite family destinations -- fun, exciting, cultural, sunny and beachy at the same time. While it's struggling to conquer environmental issues with a recently released mass transit light...

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Kids Fun In Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia's biggest city, has the most attractions for visiting families seeking culture, history and recreation in the state. If you're traveling with active and energized kids, buy a Citypass for everyone in the family and save up to 46% off a select group of the top family attractions. A CityPASS will get...

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Exploring Global Travel Themes at MITM Mumbai

In September 2015, Maharashtra hosted MITM, a travel and tourism expo that not only showed off the best assets of Mumbai and the central India state, but also showcased many other destinations around the country.From the better known northern states famous for New Delhi and the Taj Mahal, to smaller regions known for their vineyards, wellness resorts, pilgrimage routes or...

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Not Your Parents Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

What happened to Pittsburgh? Someone switched cities while I wasn't looking. Don't worry; the city of three rivers is still the familiar Pennsylvania Steeltown of the Penguins, Pirates and Steelers but some might be tempted to ask its residents, "OK, who are you and what have you done with Pittsburgh?"Not only has the once-industrial city quietly evolved into a cultural and recreational mecca...

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Sustainable Fun Makes Pittsburgh Kidsburgh

By cleaning up its act and investing in the quality of life of their city, the Pittsburgh you may remember has evolved into a "Kidsburgh" that attracts families to live and visit. This is the brief story of how the home of the steel industry that built the world’s tallest skyscrapers has been forged into one of the country’s sustainable success stories.Sustainability Pays Off for PittsburghPittsburgh’s...

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Children’s Book Author Eric Carle Keep Kids Very Busy

In the charming "Very Eric Carle" exhibit highlighting the popular children's books, the/Children's Museum of Pittsburgh provides so much to crawl into, touch, read aloud, sit on, get dressed in, imagine, project, talk back to, jump over, get behind, tangle up, weave, open, close, pull, lie down on and play with, that the whole family...

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Rovos Rail Across South Africa

Explore Cape Town, then journey across South Africa to Pretoria in utter comfort on the luxurious Rovos Railway custom train. Chamber music and champagne on the station platform is the welcome to passengers traveling from Cape Town to Pretoria with Rovos Rail -- a preview of luxuries to come. This journey across the...

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Sustain and Develop: India Tourism

Tourism is big business according to the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), accounting for about one-third of total world trade in services. It’s also important at the global policy level, because of tourism’s potential to provide opportunity for millions.Improved infrastructure, environmental protection, and education are among several United Nations’ prospective post-2015

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Eastern Canada And New England Cruises Star Fall Foliage

Want to cruise, but not interested in the Caribbean -- fall is the time of year to visit ports-of-call between Baltimore and Quebec, Canada. Last year, Cruise Atlantic Canada reported nearly 650,000 Americans sailed to the region's six major ports in the four Provinces: Saint John in New Brunswick, St. John's and Corner Brook in Newfoundland and Labrador, Halifax and Sydney...

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