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Coho adds sailings for Crabfest

Feeling a little crabby? Head to Port Angeles, Washington on the MV Coho from Oct. 12 to 14 to take in the 11th Annual Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival.
Ultimate in variety

Ultimate in variety

You'll find an eclectic mix of rustic and sophisticated in a fast-modernizing country
Columbus's living room

Columbus's living room

Most New Yorkers can only dream of an apartment like this. Spectacular views of midtown Manhattan. An iconic work of art in the living room. Prime Columbus Circle location. That 70-foot climb from the ground floor could be a problem, though.

Louvre wing devoted to Islam

The Louvre Museum is unveiling a new wing and galleries dedicated to the arts of Islam, culminating a nearly $130 million, decade-long project coming to fruition amid tensions between the Muslim world and the West.

Brand USA happy with marketing efforts

The United States' first-ever marketing campaign to boost tourism appears to be paying off. Brand USA, a partnership of government agencies and private companies, said Wednesday that international travellers spent 11 per cent more in the U.S.

High Line walkway grows in New York

The High Line elevated park, a destination for locals and tourists alike, is growing. Public officials formally broke ground this week on the third and final section of the park, built atop an out-of-use elevated railway in Manhattan.

New ships receive technical upgrades

When it comes to new ship launches in 2013, we can expect to see a myriad of technological breakthroughs that will improve the use of voice and data communications from sea as well as fuel consumption - most of which will not be visible to the passen
Hopper's photos give slice of '60s U.S. life

Hopper's photos give slice of '60s U.S. life

Long-lost work by Easy Rider director on display in Berlin

Checkpoint exhibit unveiled

Berlin is unveiling a new Cold War exhibition at the former Checkpoint Charlie border crossing - a step toward setting up a permanent museum about the standoff between East and West.

Cordoba's huge Mezquita recalls city's Moorish past

Tucked into a bend of its river, the Andalusian town of Cordoba has a glorious Moorish past. While its old wall evokes the history of a long-ago empire, its elegant cityscape and convivial squares show a modern pride.
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