Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Travel

NEW YORK (AP) - For those with unlimited bank accounts, travel has never been so glamorous.
Hawaii authorities reopened Honolulu's famed Waikiki Beach on Wednesday after water quality tests indicated the ocean was again safe for swimmers following a serious sewage spill earlier this week.
New Orleans is getting a lot of attention on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
By Silvio Castellanos BUNOL, Spain (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of festival-goers hurled 170 tonnes of over-ripe tomatoes at each other on Wednesday...
NASIK, India (AP) - Thousands of devout Hindus began splashing into a west Indian river for the first official day Wednesday of bathing at one of the country's largest festivals.
DECORAH, Iowa - To many locals in this town of 8,100, the Toppling Goliath Brewing Co. is just the latest business to fill the old space once occupied by a flower shop, a record store, a burger joint, and a pizza place.
PARIS - Are the "no-go zones" of Paris just urban legends? Or are they real, lawless enclaves in this City of Light?
Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolitan area that incorporates disparate places like Hollywood, Santa Monica, and Pasadena, all connected by the infamous freeways. But L.A. also boasts an interesting downtown core, one that many Angelenos have never even visited. Fortunately, the city's metro system passes right through downtown, so there's no need to drive there.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - Some faces are pensive; others are proud. Some are known; others are obscure. All are black.
 
Old Sacramento tours descend to history underground
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