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True Light Among the Ruins’ Event in Jemez Springs, NM on Dec. 10

The historic ruins of the Jemez Historic Site in Jemez Springs, New Mexico will be lit by more than 1,400 farolitos during the unforgettable, “NM True Light Among the Ruins” event on Saturday, Dec. 10.

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Cody, WY Japanese Detention Center in the Spotlight

Arriving primarily from California and Washington, these incarcerated Americans were clustered in small, rapidly built quarters after being forced from their homes. As a result, they lost their homes, jobs, businesses and most of their possessions.

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Fall Travel – Experience Farmington, New Mexico Like a Local

With kids back in school and most planning ahead to spring or summertime vacations, fall offers the perfect time for the experiential traveler to immerse themselves into a community and experience it the way locals do. Farmington, New Mexico offers a wide range of local favorites.

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Dallas, TX French-American Chamber of Commerce to Host 33rd Annual Wine Festival

Guest will have the opportunity to sample an impressive collection of French and American wines, as well as Kronenbourg 1664 beer. They will also enjoy savory and sweet delicacies from some of the top restaurants and gourmet food providers is the Metroplex.

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For Boston Tourists: Something old. Something new.

By David Currier -

  Can travel always be exciting? When traveling, life’s rhythms frequently take us back to some of the same places – over and over again. Our iPods begin to auto-play Peggy Lee’s “Is That All There Is?” (Even if it’s not on your play list!)  Thankfully, in most cases, the [...]

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Outdoor Excitement – Sweetwater, Wyoming

  Sweetwater County, Wyo., Offers a Bounty of BLM “Quiet Recreation” Opportunities: New Pew study shows people come to Wyoming to camp, hike, bike and more – Sweetwater County, Wyo. – Public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in the Western United States provide a [...]

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Aranui 5 Begins Luxury Freighter Service to Marquesas

The voyage includes shore experiences such as awe-inspiring hikes past waterfalls and sacred ritual sites, encounters with local artisans, a visit to French artist Paul Gauguin's grave, snorkeling in the translucent waters of the atolls, on-island picnics and restaurant lunches featuring local [...]

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Work up a Sweat in Southwest Wyoming

Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism today announced five ways to utilize the wide open spaces of Southwest Wyoming to get the heart pumping with athletic events and activities that are anything but ordinary.

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Mesa Verde National Park – 100th Anniversary 2016

In addition to the National Park, Mesa Verde Country is loaded with other archaeological attractions.

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Quebec City – Winter Beginnings

If Europe is just too far, enjoy the celebrations of ever-so-French Quebec City.

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