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Planning Commission Backs Controversial Squaw Valley ExpansionIf approved, Squaw Valley Real Estate would be allowed to add nearly 1,500 motel rooms, condos, time shares and retail space in Olympic Valley over the next 25 years.
Jet Blue Adds Flights Between San Jose, Long Beach For As Low As $39JetBlue has announced plans for a direct flight from San Jose to Long Beach starting in January.
Gilroy Welcomes Thousands To Christmas Hill Park For Annual Garlic FestivalVisitors consume more than two tons of garlic each year and since 1979 more than 4 million people have attended the festival.
Top Aquariums In The U.K.Explore some of the UK’s finest attractions. You will find a variety of aquariums, all of which offer unique views into life in our oceans and plenty of exciting activities everyone will enjoy.
Sightseeing Guide To TokyoAn informative sightseeing guide to the best attractions to visit in the five top neighborhoods in Tokyo
The 5 Largest Theme Parks In The WorldTheme parks around the world, including those owned by Disney and Universal, offer plenty of thing to do in one central location. Some of the largest theme parks also have the highest number of visitors coming through annually...
Best Pet-Friendly Camping Spots In The Bay AreaCamping is one of those activities that people and pets look forward to every year. Don't be disappointed in booking a campground that is not pet-friendly. These camping spots are enjoyable for friends and family including your pets.
TSA May Replace Human Screeners With Computers To Speed Up LinesThe TSA plans to begin testing CT scanners to inspect carry-on bags at certain checkpoints to speed up lines and improve security.
Top 5 Rudest Cities In America List Is Out, Thankfully San Francisco's Not On ItFor once there's a 'top 5' list San Francisco didn't make, and it's a good thing.
Take A One-Tank Trip To Downtown SonomaSonoma is the gateway to Northern California's wine country, just 40 miles north of San Francisco. Here, visitors discover the intersection of sunshine, vineyards and history that makes Sonoma unique as the birthplace of California statehood in 1846. Add the lure of seasonal festivals for a great getaway destination offering lots more than wonderful wineries.
President And First Family Visit Yosemite, Celebrate National Parks' CentennialIn Yosemite, where the president was spending the weekend with his wife and daughters, he said climate change is the biggest threat to U.S. national parks.
U.S. Bank Issues First Credit Card For Use In CubaA small U.S. bank will issue the first credit card intended for use in Cuba.

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