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Venezuela uses detained reporter in tourism promo

MIAMI (AP) — A short-lived promo posted to Twitter by Venezuelan tourism officials to highlight the nation’s openness to foreigners featured a Miami Herald reporter who had been detained while covering the country’s elections. 122 more words

National

Dilkens touts Windsor to Canadian Living magazine

Mayor Drew Dilkens had to hold back when he gave Canadian Living magazine five reasons why he loves Windsor.

“I could go on forever about what makes Windsor a great part of our Canada,” Dilkens said. 100 more words

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Fear Market

It was a cold crisp day in Stuttgart, and the vendors were working the crowds. Kirk Stadnyk stuffed his hands in his pockets as he wandered the misshapen aisles of the flea market, hunched over to avoid standing out. 1,571 more words

Fiction

Europe 2014 - Paris Part II

Our second day of Paris was full of sightseeing – I knew our plan to see Notre Dame, Versailles, and Sainte Chapelle in one day was pretty ambitious, and that we’d need serious fuel to get us through the day ahead. 1,703 more words

Travel

Snack Tourism and the search for the Perfect Taco

I’ve finally found my purpose in life, my calling, my raison d’être: Snack Tourism.

As a lifelong connoisseur of road trips and artisanal junk food, I’m pretty sure this job’ll be a no-brainer.  129 more words

Photography

Yosemite National Park Entrance, Overnight Camping Fees Going Up March 1st

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK (CBS / AP) — Visitors to Yosemite National Park will pay more to enter and camp overnight, under fee hikes that start March 1. 125 more words

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