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Problem elevator causing a decline in D.C. tourism, says one congresswomen. D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says that the chronic breakdowns of the Washington Monument’s sole elevator is putting a dent in tourism.
Was the Oman Oasis project fake? According to Oman’s minister of tourism, the project does not exist. The project was proposed at a press conference in April of last year and news reports discussed the proposal but an investigation has revealed it was never in the works.
Are these popular U.S. tourist attractions worth fighting off the crowds to see? The answer is yes. Find out which famous places are amazing enough to tolerate the masses for.
Iceland is so cool these days that some states (we are talking about you, Rhode Island) are “mistakenly” using footage of the island nation to promote themselves to tourists – despite looking nothing like the northern nation.
How will the hijacked EgyptAir flight impact Egyptian tourism? The tourism industry has been hit hard by a number of other incidents and travel to the country is on decline. Will this latest incident make the situation even worse?
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