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Points of Interest: Marvin Gaye's Passport Found at Garage Sale, Celebrate World Nutella Day

by Zach Everson. Posted Feb 5th 2014 10:03 AM
Celebrating World Nutella Day, Marvin Gaye's 1964 passport found at a garage sale and walking through Midwestern sea caves are among today's point of interest.
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U.S. Tour Operators Returning to Egypt

by Fran Golden. Posted Mar 1st 2011 12:00 PM
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AP

U.S. tour operators pulled out of Egypt in the midst of the uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. But the Giza pyramids and other popular ancient Egypt tourist sites, museums and beaches are open for business, and the tour companies -- and tourists -- are heading back.
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Life Changing Historical Sites

by Nomadic Matt. Posted Jan 4th 2011 03:30 PM
Tikal

An en Alain, Flickr

Traveling around the world, I get to see the best the world has to offer in terms of man made and natural sites. One thing that always amazes me are the ancient historical sites I visit. You gaze up at these structures built thousands of years ago, without the aid of any technology or modern construction, and think to yourself "How did they do that?" It shows what people can accomplish when they are driven. I find that these sites inspire the most awe:
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Destinations You Didn't Know You Could Reach By Cruise

by Fran Golden. Posted Apr 16th 2010 04:50 PM

kudumomo, flickr

If you think cruises are all about fun in the sun in the Caribbean, think again. These days your ship could take you to a desert location like the pyramids in Egypt, or Peru's mountainside destination of Machu Picchu. It's not about where you dock, it's about what inland sights are accessible from there. And as cruise companies add to their itineraries to tempt you on board, excursions are going ever further, according to Terry Dale, President and CEO of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA).
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