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Is Inbound US Tourism Being Exaggerated? Destinations Pulse for April 15, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | April 15, 2016

Is Inbound US Tourism Being Exaggerated? Destinations Pulse for April 15, 2016

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Turn That Destination Wedding Into a Dream Vacation
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Australia Streamlines China Tourism Visas
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Is Inbound U.S. Tourism Being Exaggerated?
Numbers are telling us, despite the strong labor market, that retail spending is down and that spending by tourists in the U.S. is actually weaker than previously thought.


If your kids are fans of the “Sound of Music” you may want to head to Stowe, VT, where they are currently in the process of making the family-friendly Trapp Family Lodge even cooler for the kiddos.

There is no other place on Earth that is as exotic but easy to reach as Iceland. Now, the U.S. has more flights to the country than you can count, and the island nation's discounts, fun activities and a stellar infrastructure make it an easy choice for travelers.

Nashville Film Showcase aims to be a destination. Following in the footsteps of successful industry-turned-tourism shows such as SXSW and Sundance, the Nashville show wants to display its country music highlights to the world.

Canada is pro assisted suicide — but not for non-Canadians. Government officials said to take advantage of the law the person would have to be eligible for health services in Canada. 


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