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11 hidden attractions in New York City that even locals might not know exist
New York City is packed with sites for tourists and locals to enjoy. Most — like the Empire State Building, Times Square, and the Statue of Liberty — are widely known. But throughout the massive city, there are plenty of hidden attractions and …
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Oahu Hawaii Island New Developments Meetings 2016
For those interested in new culinary attractions, groups have a growing number of options as well. … The cocktail lounge blends the speakeasy aesthetics of Osaka, Japan, and prohibition-era New York City, creating an intimate and comfortable feel.
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Mall mania! Hot shopping spots expanding across South Florida
And city governments are spending big bucks to redo Miami-Dade's iconic retail arteries on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, Miracle Mile in Coral Gables and Flagler Street downtown. Even industrial Doral is getting an influsion of upscale retail …
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The Best Places To Travel in March
If you're looking for a quick jaunt, there are tons of exciting happenings in New Orleans, New York City, and Washington, D.C. All three cities have exciting food scenes, but they each have March-specific attractions as well, from new hotel openings to …
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Meliá Hotels International is set to launch new hotel, INNSIDE New York NoMad
Meliá Hotels International will launch its first property in New York City in March 2016. Located at 132 West 27th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue, INNSIDE New York NoMad is within easy access of the city's iconic landmarks and attractions, including …
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9 Things to Do in the Bay Area During Super Bowl Week
Super Bowl City. The Super Bowl 50 Host Committee's “free-to-the-public fan village “ will be set up at the base of Market Street, near the waterfront, and will run through Feb. 7. The centerpiece is the Fan Energy Zone, which will include the 40-foot …
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Best Hotels in the USA 2016
This expanded content allows travelers to search for the best hotel to suit their needs, whether they're seeking a boutique property in New York City with a gym and a pool or a conference hotel in Cleveland with free Wi-Fi access and a well-equipped …
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Staten Island stands to benefit from tourist boom (editorial)
The prospects seem bright for an economic windfall since millions of tourists arrive each year on the Staten Island Ferry, a world-class attraction known for its panoramic views of New York Harbor. Soon they will have much more to see and do here …

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Landmark New York City Hotels Pledge to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions | Skift
New York is one of the nation's leading tourist attractions — 56.5 million people visited in 2014 — and administration officials believe the famed hotels are a powerful billboard for the mayor's environmental program. The so-called Carbon Challenge …
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A Coney Island New Year's Eve: Sword Swallowing. Fire Breathing. No Ball.
“I did the ball drop in Times Square as a cop,” said Eric L. Adams, the Brooklyn borough president and a former New York City police officer. “And I recall scratching my head saying, 'Why would anyone … “And I realized there is a better way — and …
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Christmas Travel: NYC, parks among hottest holiday attractions

Christmas Travel: NYC, parks among hottest holiday attractions
Head to the city's outer boroughs for the New York Botanical Garden's holiday train show in the Bronx, with model trains chugging past replicas of landmarks; the Christmas Lights Tour of Brooklyn's Dyker Heights neighborhood, offered by A Slice of …
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New in New York: Lower Manhattan neighborhood shows off its latest attractions
NEW YORK — On a dark December night, a canopy of lights glitters across Lower Manhattan, and not just from One World Trade and the other skyscrapers. The neighborhood sparkles with new attractions, from the otherworldly glow of the SeaGlass carousel …
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