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First Pandora, now Star Wars: Disney’s flying high with rapid parks expansion

How do you top a ride on the back of a mountain banshee? With one onboard the Millennium Falcon, naturally.
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U.S. expands Mexico travel advisory on crime, killings

The U.S. State Department expanded its travel advisories Tuesday to warn of dangers in parts of Mexico, like the Caribbean coast, that previously hadn't been covered by such alerts.
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Visits to Canada’s national parks and historic sites jump this year

The federal government will consider what to do with admission fees for national parks beyond Canada's 150th birthday after this year's free parks program has proven to be exceptionally popular.
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Strike expected to bring long lines to Portuguese airports

A trade union representing inspectors at Portugal's immigration service says a strike planned for Thursday and Friday is going...
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This quiz will determine whether a destination wedding is right for your clients

Are your clients on the fence about having a destination wedding? Do they keep see-sawing between a big blowout here at home and an intimate...
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HTA set to host Global Tourism Summit Sept. 19-21 in Honolulu

Hawaii is getting ready for its three-day Global Tourism Summit, taking place this year from Sept. 19 to 21 at the Hawaii Convention Center.
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See 4 Hawaii islands on 1 trip with Trafalgar

For travellers who wants to see it all in Hawaii, Trafalgar’s got a package that includes four islands in 13 days.
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Book direct flights from Toronto to Hawaii with Air Canada

Hawaii is more accessible than ever for Canadians, thanks to Air Canada Rouge’s nonstop flights from Toronto to Honolulu.
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SPG Resorts in Hawaii launch biggest sale of the season

It’s time to ‘Pack for Paradise’ at the 12 SPG (Starwood Preferred Guest) Resorts in Hawaii, which are offering special values – and travel tips...
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Europol eyes link between Barcelona, Turku attacks

Las Ramblas regained some normality Monday, with throngs of people walking up and down, tourists arriving and residents going about their daily business.
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