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Buckroe Beach has been off-limits to treasure hunters with metal detectors since 2003 because of concerns they may find an explosive remnant of the two World Wars.
RICHMOND (AP) - Virginia tourism officials are hoping to attract foreign travelers as the U.S. economy struggles and domestic vacationers threaten to stay home.
COPENHAGEN (AP) - The 165-year-old amusement park that inspired Walt Disney and Danish fairy-tale writer Hans Christian Andersen offers style and charm of a kind often imitated.
With 2008 marking the 90th anniversary of the end of World War I, a visit to the places where American soldiers fought and died evokes memories of that war. The names are familiar to an older generation: the Marne, the Meuse, Argonne Forest, Verdun, Champagne, Lorraine.
Choice Hotels International Inc. is boosting its boutique hotel business by rebranding its Clarion Collection as the "Ascend Collection" with a more upscale logo and more independence for the hotel owners, the company announced at its annual gathering of franchisees this month.
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Marilyn Harris is Cincinnati's doyenne of food - cookbook writer, cooking teacher, food columnist and host of a talk-radio show for 20 years - and she loves Comte cheese.
The District is full of parks. The city has more National Park Service land than any other urban area. In fact, a quarter of all property in the city belongs to the park service.
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