Sure, ours is a capitalist society, but a hotel in Santa Fe, N.M., has found a way to embrace the culture of a nearby Latino community — one that, like others, faces challenges to keep its traditions alive — while still making a profit. It's a model both visitors and investors may want...More...
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Christ's ministry comes to life near the freshwater lake. It's a place of ancient ruins, biblical landscapes and Pausa, a bucolic inn...
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With faith-based trips gaining new attention, participants are finding varied activities and upscale lodging.
Spas, monks, mountains and military heroes. Nikko offers a soothing respite from the blare of nearby Tokyo -- except on weekends.
The technology for harvesting water that enabled the Khmer to thrive also led to their fall, researchers say.
Temple stays open a door on Buddhist culture. Enlightenment is possible, but sometimes a cup of tea is just a cup of tea.
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