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Times Staff WriterGazing down at the frail man in his bed, you think: there's no way this can be Ole E. Anthony, scourge of the some of the world's richest and most powerful televangelists, a man so despised that preachers have labeled him ''Ole Antichrist.'' The 64-year-...
Special to The TimesDoctors couldn't explain why the medicine they were giving Tim Fagan wasn't working. The 16-year-old boy had been rushed to New York University Medical Center for an emergency liver transplant last February. Fagan was given daily injections of a drug...
Here is a list of selected government tourist offices. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234; dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. delegation. Anguilla: Anguilla Tourist Board, P.O. Box 1388,...
Tags: Mexico, Republic of Ireland, Namibia, Norway, Coral Gables
Times Staff WriterThe latest chic ports of call for the jaded or adventurous cruiser are in Moammar Kadafi's socialist Libya, despite a U.S. State Department warning discouraging visits there. Little more than a year after the U.S. lifted its long-standing ban on travel to...
Special to The TimesTo the familiar refrain of "Are we there yet?" you could say we were, and yet we weren't. We had left our frenetic urban world to set sail for a land of overwhelming beauty, only to find ourselves becalmed by bureaucracy. My group of six, both family...
Tags: Henry Ford, Forests, Cruises, Caribbean Islands, Bodies of Water
Special to The TimesAdults often ask kids, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Now children have a chance to put that question to the test at a new amusement park near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Wannado City, which opened earlier this month, lets kids participate in...
Hundreds of feet beneath the Caribbean's aquamarine surface, self-appointed submarine captain Karl Stanley counts the particles in a beam of light. If he looks up, he'll see the dark silhouettes of hammerheads circling. If he follows the spotlight to its...
Times Staff WriterIf you hate juggling luggage at the airport, consider having it delivered. Once an option mostly for well-heeled fliers, it may soon take off as an affordable luxury. Sometimes it's even free. In the last few months, such companies as Walt Disney World...
Times Staff WriterPICTURE petroglyphs on a weeklong Southwestern photography and archeology tour. The Oct. 16 excursion, led by photographer Bruce Hukco and research archeologist Scott Ortman, will travel from Cortez, Colo., to Utah, where the group will visit...
Special to The TimesIF you're a travel contrarian and you take risks by vacationing in places other people avoid, you will rush to Florida and the Caribbean in the remaining weeks of the hurricane season, which lasts until the end of November. Many autumn travelers to...
Times Staff WriterBalance the comforts of a cruise with vigorous mountain biking on a nine-day trip through the southern Caribbean Islands departing Feb. 4. Cyclists traveling on the Norwegian Spirit will visit Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia, Tortola and Antigua. Mornings...
Special to The TimesKEEPING abreast of travel industry news is a good way to stay on top of trends that can save you money. Here's a look at some things that may affect you in the future: The decision by United Airlines to reduce domestic flights while beefing up...
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