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Dubai As A Tourist Destination
Thursday, 14 June 2007
Image The United Arab Emirate of Dubai is becoming quite the tourist destination, offering lavish hotels, world-class restaurants, and attractions like water parks, golf courses and archaeological tours – plus so much great shopping that Dubai holds a month-long “shopping festival” every January. The emirate had 6.5 million tourists in 2006, and hopes to expand that number to 15 million in 2015.
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How Much For Those Peanuts?
Wednesday, 13 June 2007
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Remember when flying was glamorous?
Travelers will be flying in record numbers this summer, and paying the highest fares since 2000 – yet airlines will still be springing a host of new fees and charges on passengers, even after they’ve purchased their tickets.

We've talked previously in our news stories about this growing trend. Among the latest unpleasant surprises: Paying extra for seat assignments, with American Airlines announcing a $15 fee to change your seat if you don’t book online, and Northwest Airlines charging an extra $15 to reserve preferred aisle and exit row seats in coach. Other airlines are considering similar fees.

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50 Most Likely Places To See Tourists
Tuesday, 12 June 2007
Image Forbes Traveler recently listed the 50 most visited tourist destinations in the world, and while the usual suspects made the list – the Disney parks, Times Square, Washington D.C. and Trafalgar Square are all near the top of the list – there were a few eye-openers.

Like, for example, that Stonehenge didn’t make the list, but that New York City’s Natural History Museum (#40) did, and while the Mall of America – which gets 40 million visitors each year – was dismissed as a mere shopping mall and left off the list, the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia managed to squeak in at #49 with its paltry 2.5 million annual visitors.

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