Traveltizers: An Unlikely Place for Miracles

Alabama is not a place where I normally expect to find miracles. Bushes may burn, but angels don’t appear from the flames. Flowers are abundant, but they don’t rain from the sky.

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Keep Winter Weather, Crowds from Ruining Travel Plans

November and December tend to be two of the busiest months to travel. It was reported that around 54.3 million people traveled for Thanksgiving, and 112 million people traveled for Christmas last year.

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Traveltizers: Hello and Bonjour in New Brunswick

Two rows of young men are standing before me, poised at crisp attention and perspiring heavily.

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Traveltizers: Starstruck in Hollywood South

Some people prepare for trips by researching facts and reserving accommodations. I prepare for them by watching movies. I hope that, in some mystical way, the film will help me better understand the culture of the place I’m about to visit.

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Traveltizers: United by Passion: Baltimore’s Unique Museums

One minute I'm outside the American Visionary Art Museum, gazing at a 55-foot-tall whirligig. It spins, it whirls, it catches light and splatters it onto a nearby wall covered with fragments of mirror and tile.

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Traveltizers: Russia: Cruising the Waterways of the Tsars

“Russia is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma,” said Winston Churchill in a 1939 radio broadcast.

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Traveltizers: Savannah: Stately Old and Proudly New

Historic buildings are a given in Savannah. After all, it’s the oldest city in Georgia. It was the Colonial capital when the area was ruled by Britain, and it was the first capital when the colony became a state.

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Traveltizers: The Superlatives of Banff

I’m standing atop an expanse of ice that’s as thick as the Eiffel Tower is tall.

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Traveltizers: A Time-Traveling Trip to an Earlier America

I’m standing on a mesa 370 feet above the New Mexican desert. The sky is turquoise blue, the winds are blowing, and nearby a few people are making pottery while others are preparing food on outdoor ovens.

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