Month: June 2013

A GREEN Summer in Salt Lake City

  TRAX Green Line and GREENbike Debut Salt Lake City, UT (June 25, 2013) — Summer in Salt Lake has long meant golf, hiking and biking in the mountains, outdoor dining and open-air concerts. But now the city has taken a green leap forward. Salt Lake’s newly opened TRAX Green Line extension now connects downtown […]

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Free admission to Parks Canada sites to celebrate Canada Day

Free admission to Parks Canada sites to celebrate Canada Day Parks Canada reminds that admission will be free in all 44 national parks, 167 national historic sites, and four national marine conservation areas on Canada Day. To celebrate Canada Day, Canadians are invited to participate in an variety of activities offered across the country. For […]

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Britain’s Parks and Gardens

OVERSEAS VISITORS TO BRITAIN’S PARKS AND GARDENS SPEND £7.8 BILLION 07/06/2013 19:01 With the sunny weather set to continue and Britain’s gardens well and truly in bloom, the national tourism agency has released research which reveals that a staggering £7.8 billion was spent by tourists enjoying a garden in the UK, with a large chunk […]

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Northern Ireland Travel News

Derry~Londonderry’s UK City of Culture Meets Rural Tranquillity & Outdoor Adventure in Northern Ireland Toronto, ON (05 June 2013) — DERRY~LONDONDERRY has been proudly named the UK City of Culture for 2013, with the city’s famous walls bursting at the seams with cultural events taking place from January to December 2013. A visit to Northern […]

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Explore the places baby British royals spent their childhoods

  Born to rule – explore the places baby British royals spent their childhoods 31/05/2013 06:06   The royal baby soon to be born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will likely spend a great deal of his or her childhood at London’s Kensington Palace where the Duke and Duchess are due to move […]

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