Will Free Beaches In Wildwood Charge a Fee

Will Free Beaches In Wildwood Charge a Fee?

Southjersy.com reported, that " New Jersey’s few free beaches may not be free much longer. Wildwood is considering the imposition of a beach fee as soon as next year. Mayor Ernie Troiano says he’s simply heeding a demand from
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How Do You Use Tax Refund?

How Do You Use Tax Refund?

How do you use tax refund? Most Americans  will spend their refunds and more than half on travel. Nearly 1,000 people questioned in a national poll about it, and 57 % of them said part of their refund would be used for a trip,  83 % said they will (more...)

Russia’s Oldest California Settlement Marks 200th Birthday

By Sally R. Rountree and Siyuan Xie Staff Writers Washington — The oldest Russian settlement in the contiguous United States — Fort Ross, California — will celebrate its 200th birthday in 2012. Only Alaska has an older settlement, established on Kodiak Island in 1784 by Grigory Shelikov and later (more...)

Duck Tours Were Back On The Streets of Philly

Duck Tours Were Back On The Streets of Philly

For the first time since a deadly accident last summer killed two tourists and injured 10 Duck Boat land and water tours were back on the streets of Philly and in the river. It had suspended its operations locally last July, when a 33-foot (10-meter) tour boat of mostly Hungarian tourists (more...)

“Work And Travel USA” For Russian Students

Every summer, thousands of college students from Russia, Ukraine and other former Soviet countries come to the United States to take part in the Work and Travel USA program. Through U.S. State Department-sponsored exchange program students from certain countries have an opportunity to earn some cash working in U.S. (more...)

The Eighth Wonder Of The World?

A sandstone rock formation “The Wave” is colorful, undulating forms, and the rugged, trackless hike required to reach it. It locates near the Arizona and Utah border on the slopes of the Coyote Buttes in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, on the Colorado Plateau. “The Wave” is made of Jurassic-age Navajo Sandstone (more...)

A Gift Of Adventure, Discovery And Connection

As a nation we depend on the youth of each generation to carry the torch of Jewish continuity. That is why the Jewish community is willing to gift talented young people with a unique opportunity to experience the adventure and essence of connection by exploring their Jewish identity and developing (more...)

16 Million People Will Take Cruises This Year

16 Million People Will Take Cruises This Year

About 16 million people  will take cruises this year, an increase of 6.6% over 2010, with Europe, the Caribbean and Alaska among the top destination, according to information of CLIA, North America's largest cruise industry group with 25 member cruise lines. As CLIA reported, Gunard Line's new Queen Elizabeth cruise liner (more...)

New Tourist Rides to Space in 2013

The US-based firm that organise the paid tripe said, Russian  will start selling multimillion-dollar tourist tickets to the International Space Station  in 2013 after. The last voyage flying billionaire Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte to space in 2009. And it was done. No money - (more...)

Russians Went to France for Old New Year Party

More than half a million Russians are visiting France each year, according to French tourism development agency Atout France. Numbers peak each January, 13 days after the western New Year. Russians favor are the fashionable ski resort of Courchevel, Cote d'Azur resorts like Nice and Paris, where five-star hotels are busy (more...)

$20 Surcharge To Round Trips

US Airways and other major domestic airlines are increasing fares by adding a $20 surcharge to round trips for most domestic flights, according to commercial aviation price watcher Farecompare.com. United Airlines and Continental Airlines added a $10 one-way ‘peak travel day’ surcharge for the majority of their domestic routes, says the (more...)

$11 Million Christmas Tree

Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi has unveiled what it is calling the world’s most expensive Christmas tree in history. The tree alone is valued at $10,000 but it's what's dangling from the branches that makes this beauty so pricey. The 13-meter (a little more than 42-feet) faux evergreen sparkles in the hotel's (more...)

Mexico’s Underwater Sensation

The Underwater Art Museum is the new creation by British artist Jason deCaires Taylor: 400 individually cast human moulds taken from members of the Mexican public sunk to create the foundations of an artificial reef. The project has taken place in the Isla Mujeres National Marine Park, (more...)

Welcome To The Chernobyl Tour

Beginning next year, Ukraine plans to open up the sealed zone around the Chernobyl reactor to visitors who wish to learn more about the tragedy that occurred nearly a quarter of a century ago. It should be tour “The Chernobyl nuclear power plants”. Hundreds of thousands of people were resettled from (more...)

Centralia: ghost-town

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