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Duluth’s ship museum, the William A. Irvin, reopens Friday for the first time in...

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The city’s floating maritime museum — the retired freighter William A. Irvin — will reopen to the public on Friday after nearly three years away and with new pandemic restrictions in tow.

7 beach books to put on your summer reading list available from Baltimore-area retailers

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There’s nothing like a good book to help pass the time while lounging at the beach or by the pool. Need some ideas? Here are a few to get you started.

United adding 25,000 flights in August despite spikes in COVID-19 cases

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United Airlines plans to fly about three times more routes in August than it did last month as passengers slowly return to the skies, even as the number of new COVID-19 cases across the U.S. rises.

Europe extends block on US travelers over coronavirus concerns

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European Union governments extended a travel ban for U.S. residents, deeming the American response to the coronavirus pandemic insufficient to allow its citizens to enter the bloc for non-essential reasons.

Disney World cancels Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Eat to the Beat concerts

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Walt Disney World has canceled the 2020 edition of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and has tweaked the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, the company recently announced.

Family travel five: Fresh air, beautiful scenery at these adventure sites

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Crafting a summer getaway? These five adventure destinations, featuring fresh air and stunning scenery, may fit the bill. 

Summer of the road trip: Why we’re hitting the road, and how to do...

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Amanda and Peter VanOverbeke of Orono, Minn., planned to jet off to Ireland with their two sons, Danny, 18, and Andrew, 16. The summer vacation was to be a present for Danny, who just graduated from Orono High School, and a celebration of his acceptance to Notre Dame — home of the Fighting Irish.

Don’t plan on summer holidays in US, Fauci tells the British

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A lifting of the ban on travel to the United States from Great Britain could still be months away, and in a worst case may not come until a coronavirus vaccine is available, Dr. Anthony Fauci told a U.K. newspaper.

As cruise lines plan comeback, some loyal travelers are eager for the next trip

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Gail Raines, of Royal Palm Beach, has been on over 30 cruises and has no plans to stop. She hasn’t been scared by tragic tales of ships stranded at sea while passengers die on board. And she thinks people are overreacting when they compare ships to floating petri dishes.

Germany lifts travel warning for European countries from June 15

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Germany's travel warnings for member states of the European Union (EU), Schengen associated states as well as for Britain would be lifted on June 15 and be replaced by individual travel advice, Foreign Office announced on Wednesday.

Family travel five: Where the horses roam free

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If wide open spaces are on your radar, when the time is right, consider these destinations where horses run wild and free.

Preparing your car for travel in the age of COVID-19

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Every fall, after that one last drive, my old Corvette goes into the garage for its long winter nap.

Delta Air Lines upgrades health, safety guidelines

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As travel restrictions are lifted, Delta Air Lines has implemented a series of health protocols to keep passengers safe as they fly again during the coronavirus outbreak and moving forward.

Coronavirus concerns create an epic road trip

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Sliding off Interstate 40 about 100 miles west of Albuquerque presented another in a seemingly endless series of decisions during a 3,900-mile, 11-state journey.

Disney wants to reopen Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom July 11. SeaWorld plans public...

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Walt Disney World is planning a phased reopening with the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom reopening July 11 followed by Epcot and Hollywood Studios on July 15, a Disney executive told Central Florida business leaders Wednesday

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Don’t plan on summer holidays in US, Fauci tells the British

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A lifting of the ban on travel to the United States from Great Britain could still be months away, and in a worst case may not come until a coronavirus vaccine is available, Dr. Anthony Fauci told a U.K. newspaper.