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Mississippi Gulf Coast tourism has taken off this spring break and is looking forward to a busy summer season. Miles of sandy shoreline is drawing families to the coast for the first time – and with great success.
How did cherry trees evolve into a tourist attraction? The fragile blossoms are a herald for the first signs of spring, but that’s not the whole story. They have been notorious since the 9th century.
Now that Obama has visited, what’s next for Cuba? The President’s trip did more than just serve as a photo op – it has further paved the way for Americans to travel freely to the country.
Rhode Island has rebranded its tourism slogan. The new slogan “Cooler & Warmer” is designed to align the state's best resources: quality of life, tourism appeal and a business-friendly environment.
The British town of Windsor doesn’t just have royal ties. It is the perfect destination for a quick weekend getaway for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of London.
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