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Tour Company Begins Sending Tourists Back to Egypt

by Jason Cochran. Posted Feb 28th 2011 12:30 PM
Egypt Sphinx Pyramid

Corbis

The revolution in Egypt has just happened, but already a well-established tour packager for Egyptian vacations, Florida-based Sunny Land Tours, is sending customers back to the country on regular package itineraries.
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Agency Marketing Egypt Current History Cruise

by Fran Golden. Posted Feb 18th 2011 12:30 PM
egypt cruise freedom history

Azamara Club Cruises

An online cruise agency is marketing a theme cruise for those who want to see "history in the making" in Egypt.
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World's Most Endangered Attractions

by Libby Zay. Posted Feb 12th 2010 12:48 PM
Visiting some of the most beautiful destinations in the world comes with its price: our footprints-including the carbon ones-can jeopardize the very places we cherish. On the following slides, we've listed ten at-risk locations where tourism has had detrimental effects. But it's not all bad news: we've also researched the measures that are being taken to protect these places.
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The 10 Biggest Hotels Around the World

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Jun 1st 2009 01:39 PM

Las Vegas is home to 17 of the 20 largest hotels in the United States, with the MGM Grand recently gaining the crown for the world's largest hotel, with a mind-boggling 5,044 rooms. But the Grand may not hold that title much longer, as there's no end in sight in race to build bigger hotels. In Dubai, a Vegas-like strip is being planned (sans the casinos, of course) with a 6,500-room hotel in that plan, with a total of 29,000 rooms. In the meantime, try these 10 of the world's most ginormous hotels; they're a perfect place to get lost in a crowd.
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