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The sun is still shining in Greece! http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2015/jul/11/going-to-greece-guide-islands-country-food-drink-hotels

Going to Greece: a guide to the country, its islands and the best deals

The sun is still shining in Greece! http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2015/jul/11/going-to-greece-guide-islands-country-food-drink-hotels

Florida's Everglades National Park covers 1.5 million acres of marshes, rivers and sawgrass prairie. Because airboats can access even super-shallow swamp areas, they offer a unique perspective on the 'river of grass' and the wildlife there.

Top ways to experience the Everglades - CNN.com

Florida's Everglades National Park covers 1.5 million acres of marshes, rivers and sawgrass prairie. Because airboats can access even super-shallow swamp areas, they offer a unique perspective on the 'river of grass' and the wildlife there.

October 2013 was wet, wet, wet in Waterloo Region

October 2013 was wet, wet, wet in Waterloo Region

San Sebastián: Die legendäre Muschelbucht im Herzen der Stadt ist ein Magnet...

San Sebastián: Die legendäre Muschelbucht im Herzen der Stadt ist ein Magnet...

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36 Hours in Havana

The hot, dry conditions have prompted fire departments in the region’s four townships to ban open burning.

The hot, dry conditions have prompted fire departments in the region’s four townships to ban open burning.

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Walking the Black Isle, Scotland: A bright forecast for Cromarty - UK - Travel - The Independent

Walking the Black Isle, Scotland: A bright forecast for Cromarty

Walking the Black Isle, Scotland: A bright forecast for Cromarty - UK - Travel - The Independent

Eastern Europe has experienced more change in the last generation than any other corner of Europe. With war-era grandpas now gone, across the former Warsaw Pact zone new museums and memorials deal candidly with the dark side of Communism—and Fascism before that. And now that the economy is perking up (with European Union help), impressive renovations and infrastructure improvements are springing up across the region. Here's the latest.

What's New in Eastern Europe for 2015

Eastern Europe has experienced more change in the last generation than any other corner of Europe. With war-era grandpas now gone, across the former Warsaw Pact zone new museums and memorials deal candidly with the dark side of Communism—and Fascism before that. And now that the economy is perking up (with European Union help), impressive renovations and infrastructure improvements are springing up across the region. Here's the latest.

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