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Tickets will go on sale for shows starting September 14, 2021. In a Tweet on May 5, 2021, Andrew Cuomo announced:  “NEW: Broadway shows will be ready to open September 14 at 100% capacity. Tickets go on sale starting tomorrow. Broadway is major part of our state’s identity and economy, and we are thrilled that
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Yellowstone, America’s first national park is big — 2.2 million-acres big. In addition to its size, Yellowstone divides into distinctly different regions and habitats that include geysers, fumaroles, and other geothermal features plus a canyon, a lake, and a series of limestone terraces as well as an abundance of roaming wildlife. With such vastness and
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​The European Union released a plan on Monday to ease restrictions on non-essential travel, such as tourism. The Commission is proposing that Member States ease the current restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU to take into account the progress of vaccination campaigns and developments in the epidemiological situation worldwide. The Commission proposes to allow entry to
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DC’s iconic (and free) museums have been closed since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Smithsonian will reopen eight of its facilities to the public in May, starting with the National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia, Wednesday, May 5. Additional museums and the National Zoo will open
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Get ready to saddle up and hit the trail…literally. We’ve negotiated more than $100 in exclusive savings on 2-night getaways at this Old West-style dude ranch near the Grand Canyon’s western rim. You have the option to skip the summer crowds too, as these savings extend all the way into October of 2021. Fully Refundable
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Vacasa The Home Run House in Warren, Vermont These beautiful rentals are a plant-lover’s paradise. The home gardening trend that bloomed during the pandemic has planted roots for the long term, with nurseries continuing to report record sales as consumers test and refine their green thumbs. Plant-loving travelers looking to take their plant parentings skills
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CDC issues next phase of the conditional sail order for cruise ship operators. APRIL 29, 2021 Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the next phase of technical guidance under the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order (CSO) requiring cruise lines to establish agreements at ports where they intend to operate, implement routine testing of crew, and
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Save now. Choose your travel dates later. Fully refundable. Sonoma is a city in Sonoma County, California in Sonoma Valley, known as a part of Wine Country.  Get 45% off a springtime stay in an upgraded room, including perks like a bottle of wine, free parking and signature DoubleTree chocolate chip cookies. The hotel also features two championship golf courses, a
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With majestic canyons, sandstone walls, and breathtaking hikes, it’s no wonder this jewel of the National Park Service was named for the promised land. Zion National Park (nps.gov/zion), in southwest Utah, is one of the most extraordinary places in the American Southwest (and on earth!). It offers adventure surrounded by towering canyons, immense red-sandstone walls, and amazing
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Centrally located along the Tennessee-North Carolina border and boasting incredible mountain views, old-growth forests, and family-friendly activities, the most popular park in America is a gorgeous bargain. Great Smoky Mountain National Park (nps.gov/grsm) is America’s most visited national park (with more than 11 million visitors in 2017), in part because of its proximity to large populations of
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©Matt Anderson Photography/Getty Sturgeon Bay North Pierhead Ship Canal Lighthouse. Door County, Wisconsin. This spot is so relaxing, travelers are willing to cross Death’s Door to get to it There are fields upon fields of lavender, and orchards ripe for cherry picking. The root beer floats sold in the 1950s-era diner are known across state
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​Not all outdoor adventures call for roughing it. Glamping – or “glamourous camping” – is a fun alternative to staying in tents or RV’s while being close to nature. Cabins, yurts, tiny homes and treehouses across the country give you the feeling of being secluded without sacrificing modern-day conveniences. This content is sponsored by  Fireside
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© Getty Images Make your travel money go further, so you have more to spend when you get there © Getty Images Ready to book that bucket-list trip, only to find your pockets don’t run as deep as you had hoped? Don’t despair – there are countless ways to save money, from discount air fares
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Image via: Autorentals.com $300/day car rentals? Is this real? In some extreme cases, yes, this is the current reality. Or, potentially even worse, there are no rental cars available at all. As travel demand continues to rise for Spring Break and Easter weekend, rental car companies are struggling to keep up with demand. Our internal data and analysis
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Over a year into the pandemic, vaccinated Americans are clear to travel around the USA again. The Centers for Disease Control has (finally!) released guidance for Americans ready to travel again after the COVID-19 pandemic. Fully vaccinated travelers are now considered low-risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19. The guidelines are only for domestic travel. See
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