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Florida's fabulous freshwater springs

Geologists have identified more than 700 springs scattered across Florida, representing the largest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. The Sunshine State's multitude of natural springs offers visitors a refreshing, low-cost vacation alternative to the state's...

source: By Dave G. Houser
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Winter is right around the corner, full of opportunities for celebration, and that means more cooking, decorating and entertaining. However, one third of all residential fires occur during the winter months, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), resulting...

source: World Travelers of America

The beginning or end of a place name often defines its setting, such as Montreal or Konigsberg - two designations that mean more or less the same thing in French and German, respectively. Some aren't as obvious. Can you identify the languages and meanings of the geographical...

source: World Travelers of America

Just for applying for the World Travelers of America American Express® Card provided by First Bankcard®, you get a free WTA membership ($19 value) (for U.S. customers only). Plus, you'll earn travel rewards and these valuable American Express exclusive benefits: Access...

source: World Travelers of America

If you're headed out the door this holiday season no matter the distance or destination, chances are the thought of traveling makes you a little anxious. I travel for work regularly and with my family often, and it's safe to say that I'm a roadie: I love airports, car travel...

source: The Huffington Post

St. Maarten has reopened as a port of call for cruise ships, three months after Hurricane Irma left the Dutch-French island in shambles. The Viking Sea sailed into St. Maarten on Dec. 4, followed by the Marella Discovery on Dec. 5. Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the...

source: Travel Weekly

From transferring money to buying airline tickets, smartphone apps can be a traveler's high-tech multitasker. But can they keep travelers safe? A new crop of apps seeks to offer that assurance. They may be cashing in on a sense of insecurity wrought by more frequent terrorist...

source: The New York Times

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