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Spend 103 days (and $30,000) exploring America's national parks on this tour

Next year the National Park Service turns 100. In honor of the centennial, Globus tours has designed a breathtaking 103-day trip next year to the heart of America's most remarkable national parks.

The Centennial Celebration: 100 Days of GoParks!

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7 reasons why Disneyland raised its annual pass prices

Disneyland’s recent decision to raise the price of its top-tier annual pass to more than $1,000 has upset many hardcore fans.

The top-tier annual pass with no blackout dates leaps from $779 to $1,049 — a whopping $270 hike that represents a 35% price increase.

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Missed Oktoberfest? Try these 6 places in the West that elevate beer
Shop for world-class art in a laid-back setting in Santa Fe, N.M.

Although it's considered one of the top art centers of the Western world, Santa Fe has its drawbacks. Like the lack of sidewalks on much of well-known Canyon Road, home to more than 100 galleries. I thought about this when a Pepsi truck driver honked and sternly yelled "Watch out, lady" as I sidestepped a muddy puddle on the cobblestone street.

Still, Canyon Road has its charms.

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Hello, Freddy! For first time ever, Warner Bros. offers a Halloween tour
Flooding at Death Valley temporarily closes Scotty's Castle, road to Badwater

Popular tourist spots at Death Valley National Park remained closed Monday after a deluge of rain flooded the park Sunday, stranding visitors and blocking the major east-west California 190 that cuts through the park.

As of Monday, part of Badwater Road -- which leads to the lowest point in the U.S.

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