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  • Cuba
    Apple Vacations launching tours to Cuba this fall
    Apple Vacations, one of the biggest tour operators in the U.S., is adding Cuba to its list of destinations this fall. According to the Newtown Square, Pa.-based company, tours will be offered as educational activities under the U.S. government'...
  • Three places remain open for ClubEG's getaway to Cuba next January
    Three places remain open for ClubEG's getaway to Cuba next January
    Executive Golf’s (ClubEG) first trip to Cuba’s Melia Las Americas Resort/Varadero Golf Club was such a hit that the decision to organize another sun-soaked, birdie-seeking getaway became a no-brainer.Last January, nearly 30 ClubEG...
  • Cuba
    Cuba: Travel for Americans getting easier by the day
    Cuban travel is getting easier for Americans by the day. Potential travelers still must be leery of third party travel agencies in other counties claiming to offer a legitimate "people-to- people " experience that may not be fully...
  • Department of Defense transfers more Gitmo detainees
    Department of Defense transfers more Gitmo detainees
    While this morning’s news focused on the shooting at the Dallas Police Department in Texas and the massive manhunt in New York for two prison escapees, the Department of Defense quietly released a notice on the transfer of another six...
  • Dance cruise
    Top Deck: Florence Henderson goes to sea
    Top Deck publishes every Saturday. Don't miss it!America's favorite mom, Florence Henderson of “The Brady Bunch” fame, will join two of Holland America Line 's Dancing With the Stars: At Sea cruises departing June 6 and 13...
  • Cuba no longer ‘State Sponsor of Terrorism’: Recission confirmed
    Cuba no longer ‘State Sponsor of Terrorism’: Rescission confirmed
    On May 29, the decision to take away Cuba’s designation as a “State Sponsor of Terrorism” was announced. This will end a 33-year spot on the list, where only Iran, Syria and Sudan will remain.According to a US State Department...
  • DURAN CIGARS - CRISTANO CARDENAS JOINS AS MASTER BLENDER
    ROBERTO P. DURAN PREMIUM CIGARS MAKES BOLD ANNOUCEMENT
    LEGENDARY CUBAN CIGAR BLENDER CRISTANO “SANTO” CARDENAS JOINS AS MASTER BLENDER(Miami, Florida) May 26, 2015— Roberto Pelayo Duran is proud to announce that the legendary Cristano Cardenas, better known as “Santo” has...
  • Canadians play swell in Cuba at Melia Las Americas Cup
    Canadians play swell in Cuba at Melia Las Americas Golf Cup
    Canadian men and women golfers earned a six-pack of terrific prizes as they soaked up some sun while in Cuba recently for the Melia Las Americas Golf Cup at Varadero Golf Club.The Canadians came out on top in three of the divisions and scored...
  • Number of visitors to Curaçao increasing
    Number of visitors to Curaçao increasing
    More people are visiting the Caribbean island ofCuraçao, new numbers from a tourism organization suggest.The 122,074 visitors to the island in the first quarter of 2015 represents a 13 percent increase over a year ago,accordingto a report in the...
  • Cuba
    Many Americans lukewarm on Cuba travel, survey finds
    Excitement continues to build as Cuba and the U.S. move to normalize relations, but plenty of Americans are taking a wait-and-see approach to visiting the island nation, a travel agency network's survey found.According to the Travel Leaders...
  • Elian Gonzalez attends a celebration of his ninth birthday at the Marcelo Salado School December 6, 2002
    Elian Gonzales wants to come to America, though only as a tourist
    The Elian Gonzalez affair is widely considered one of the worst atrocities committed by the Clinton administration, involving as it does the forcible removal by gun point of a little Cuban refugee boy from his American relatives and his delivery...
  • Cuban Americans protest Pope's Francis Cuban policy
    Cuban Americans protest Pope's Francis Cuban policy
    Miami (Examiner) – Motorists driving on SW 8th Street in the heart of Little Havana, could not help but to notice the Cuban Americans on the side of the road shouting at them, as they shook hand written paper signs and large banners that...
  • Traveling to Cuba:  what you need to know
    Traveling to Cuba: what you need to know
    Finally! Cuba and the United States are talking and, things look promising on the Cuban tourism front, but, before you start planning that vacation here are some facts every American citizen traveling to Cuba needs to know. Currently travel from...
  • Experience real Havana nights this summer
    Experience real Havana nights this summer
    If Cuba is on your list of places to visit, your dream is about to come true! JetBlue Airways will be the first major carrier to offer direct flights from New York to Havana, Cuba starting July 3.The Airbus A-320 flight will depart at noon on...
  • Dr. Walter Reed
    Nothing yellow about Walter Reed
    Yellow fever’s future met its match on September 13, 1851in the form of a baby named Walter Reed who was born in Gloucester County, Virginia. Though it would be several years before the battle ensued, the countdown had begun.The youngest of...
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