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Niagara Falls’ Cave of the Winds closed after rockslide

Cave of the Winds, a popular Niagara Falls cave, was closed for the season this weekend – five days earlier than its set closing on Friday. It was shuttered Saturday and was damaged overnight by the rockslide. The unstable condition of the cave became unfavorable to visitors that’s why it had to be closed. According […]

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World’s Second-Tallest Tower: Tokyo Sky Tree opens to the public on May 22

Tokyo Sky Tree developer took visitors up the world’s tallest freestanding broadcast structure on Tuesday, a 634-meter (2,080-foot) tower , will be one of the world’s tallest. Facilities are Observatory (First Observatory at 350m and Second Observatory at 450m), broadcasting facilities, stores, restaurant, a high-speed elevator, a vertigo-inducing glass floor, and an emergency staircase with 2,523 […]

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World’s Biggest Titanic Attraction Opens in Belfast, Northern Ireland (Video)

The largest Titanic visitor attraction in the world opened in the ship’s Belfast birthplace on Saturday, some 100 years after the doomed liner was built in the same yards. “We want to bring people to Northern Ireland not just to see what a generation 100 years ago were able to achieve, but what this generation can achieve in this […]

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Boracay’s newest iconic destination: Astoria Boracay

Right on the shoreline of Boracay’s Station 1, the famous island’s destination of choice for those seeking fun and recreation for all ages, is Astoria Hotels and Resorts, the newest iconic landmark of this world-famous island. Astoria Boracay Resort is a luxury beachfront resort located in Station 1, Boracay Island, Philippines. The resort has direct access […]

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Florida’s Strawberry Festival: Growing Sweet Memories

Plant City, Florida – The Florida Strawberry Festival celebrates the area’s biggest crop and typically includes all things strawberry. The festival offers entertainment and tasty treats through March 11. This event features arts, crafts, rides and so much more. The festival entertainment line-up includes some of the finest rock and country music performers including Demi […]

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Virgin Galactic, first commercial space travel service to launch

For anyone who can afford a $200,000 trip, tickets for a flight more than 60 miles into space are already available for purchase. Virgin Galactic, sister company of Virgin America and Virgin Atlantic, was among the companies specializing in “space tourism”. By providing routine access for research payloads to suborbital space, Virgin Galactic will expand […]

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Cherry blossom viewing spots in Tokyo, Japan

According to the current forecasts, the cherry blossoms are expected to open according to their average schedule or slightly delayed in 2012. The blossoms are forecast to start opening in late March and reach full bloom in early April. Sakura (cherry blossom) draws the city’s residents out in their droves to set up camp under […]

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