Day: November 20, 2020

Sights in Vancouver that Will Make Your Jaw Drop in Awe

If you’re looking for a paradise for outdoor activities or a place where you can forget about everything else, Vancouver is that place to be. With its beautiful landscape, breathtaking mountain scenery, and wide relaxing beaches, Vancouver has earned the right to be in one of the best cities in the world.

For outdoor enthusiasts, you can never go wrong visiting this city as it offers more than what you see on the internet — as a matter of fact, the internet cannot justify the beauty of this city. It’s better to go see it yourself.

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15 Top Romantic Getaways in California | Travel

Few destinations in the country boast the variety of vacation options that California offers. You can visit the second-largest city in the country, float along one of the world’s clearest lakes, get an eyeful of the largest tree in the world, taste your way through the nation’s largest wine-producing region, journey through the desert, then drive a few hours west to discover miles upon miles of beaches. It’s this incredible geographical diversity that makes the Golden State a great choice for traveling twosomes.

To help you and your partner plan your next dream vacation, U.S. News searched far and wide

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COVID-19 travel restrictions keeping some seasonal residents away

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Travel restrictions are keeping seasonal residents away from SWFL and impacting the local economy.

Much like Thomas Edison and Henry Ford did, Muriel Sasia visits Southwest Florida a few times a year.

“I love the beach, specifically sunsets on the beach,” Sasia said.

Sasia is a French resident living in Nice. She owns a home in Fort Myers. 

“In June I booked a ticket thinking well by September you know this thing will be done now, we’ve got tests,” Sasia said.

That thing she’s talking about is the global pandemic, which has led to federal governments 

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Hawaii offering free hotel stays if visitors volunteer

Say “aloha” to a free night in Hawaii – for a good cause.

Travelers can lend a helping hand and volunteer in the Aloha State to receive a free, extra night at various hotels through a new program, the state tourism board has announced.

Waikiki Beach Honolulu, Hawaii. (iStock).

Waikiki Beach Honolulu, Hawaii. (iStock).

The program, called Mālama Hawai‘i, encourages visitors to “take a trip that gives back.” Tourists can volunteer for projects ranging from tree planting and reforestation to beach cleanups, ocean reef preservation and even making Hawaiian quilts for the elderly.

CALIFORNIA LAWMAKERS DEFEND HAWAIIAN TRIP AS CRITICISM MOUNTS

In exchange, tourists

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