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The Unveiling Of Detroits QLine Streetcar

Welcoming the addition of the QLine Streetcar to Downtown Detroit.

Vincent GonzalezA Trip In Time - Some 1930s-era subway cars are back in service this month in New York.
Robert Paul ReyesAre Chubby Passengers Entitled To Two Seats For The Price Of One? - "Obese people have the right to two seats for the price of one on flights within Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on Thursday.
SOP newswire244 Days of Icy Weather Coming to Florida Island! - The Ice Slide, the first ever built in the United States to function in warm outdoor temperatures, allows users to speed down 100 hundred feet of ice.
SOP newswire2Revolutionary GPS Ghostly Guided Walking Tours in Historic St. Augustine - SA GPS Adventure Tours, Inc. in partnership with AudioConexus Inc. today announced the launch of a new interpretive tool, the GPS Rangerâ„¢, providing GPS guided paranormal ghost walking tour experiences in St. Augustine in English and Spanish.
SOP newswire2St. Augustine Florida is the Place to BE! - St. Augustine is the Nation`s oldest city, but visitors to this historic destination and the luxurious resorts of Ponte Vedra will find plenty that`s new ? to enjoy for fall and winter.
Tameka BankheadSt. Augustine and The City's Oldest Structure - A brief recount of the rich history of St. Augustine, the nations oldest city.
Sean StubblefieldKeltori: The Hidden People - It is so difficult to define the elements of a Celtic philosophy, that an impression forms that maybe there isn`t one. In a way, they are a hidden people, becoming ambiguously ubiquitous.
SOP newswirePalmetto State poo-poos 'So Gay' promo - Reports are that an unnamed SC employee has resigned amidst the furvor.
Garrett GodwinGloria Estefan will bring Paradise to Vero Beach with Costa d'Este - International music superstar Gloria Estefan and her manager-husband Emilio invited 300 people last Thursday for a sneak preview of Costa d'Este.
Robert Paul ReyesAmerican Airlines Does The Right Thing: Kicks Mom And Autistic Toddler To The Curb - "There were no weapons on board or concerns about terrorism, but an American Eagle flight about to take off from Raleigh-Durham, N.C., airport was turned back to its gate on Monday
SOP newswire2Alleged Religious Discrimination At Disney - The Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF), the oldest and largest Sikh American civil rights and advocacy
Robert Paul ReyesShould Airlines Charge Chubby Passengers More? - American Airlines charges $15 for one checked bag, and I think that`s a reasonable fee. But I wish they would charge $50 or more for each carry-on
Colleen WrightFlying High in the Alpine Sky - Despite the Alps` popularity among hard-core athletes, the mountains offer a variety of experiences for all levels.
Justin BrandtMaybe Make a Quick Stop at Paradise Between Errands Tomorrow? - We desire a break from our responsibilities and worries, but we cannot tolerate the absence of thoughts or stimulation.
SOP newswire2New Open-Skies Aviation Agreement with Kenya - U.S. Secretary of Transportation Mary E. Peters today announced that the United States and Kenya have negotiated an Open-Skies agreement
SOP newswire2Don't Pay Checked Baggage Fees - If you have better use for your money than giving the airlines $25-$50 per checked bag when you travel, here's good news
SOP newswire2Chengdu Shuangliu Int'l airport re-opens - Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, which was closed Monday due to a strong earth quake, has resumed operation Tuesda
SOP newswireChertoff signs Visa Waiver Memo of Understanding with Korea - Chertoff: I share our partner"s anticipation for the time when Korean visitors may travel without visas to the United States.
Rita Curry - Vero Beach\'s Most Trusted RealtorA Delight on Dahlia in Vero Beach Florida - The Curry Team is committed to producing results above and beyond the ordinary. Our objective is staying focused on the Clients needs, and our goal is to make sure that the process goes as smooth as possible.
Ana P.Exploring Venice - What I find truly special about Venice, is the fact that the Gondolas, water taxis, are the major means of transportation. Instead of ear-piercing motor noices, all one hears is the water splashing.
Rita Curry - Vero Beach\'s Most Trusted RealtorTropical Island House in Vero Beach Florida - The Curry Team is committed to producing results above and beyond the ordinary. Our objective is staying focused on the Clients needs, and our goal is to make sure that the process goes as smooth as possible.
SOP newswireWHTI Final Rule announced - The WHTI final rule requires travelers to present a passport or other approved secure document denoting citizenship and identity for all land and sea travel into the United States.
Askin Ozcan (Mentor)The Adventures of Traveling by Rail - One has to change trains at several points like Beograd and Istanbul. Connection from Istanbul to the Iranian border is daily, but to Tehran, only weekly.
SOP newswireCan You Come Out and Play at Atlantis Resorts in Paradise Island, Bahamas? - The Come Out and Play mixer features all the regular fun and games of the regular event, plus a little Island fund. Sunday, October 26, 2008 starting at 8:00 p.m.
SOP newswireBreakwater Pointe - A Tropical Treasure that Would Even Make Mel Fisher Proud - Vero Beach, FL - Visit Breakwater Pointe today to see what everyone is talking about! The developer of Breakwater Pointe has drastically reduced prices on all of his remaining units.
SOP newswireUNAIDS works to lift travel restrictions - According to data collected by the European AIDS Treatment Group, a total of 104 countries have some form of HIV-specific travel restrictions.
SOP newswireVisit the Oval Office with President George W. Bush - White House presents guided tours, panoramic views and historical photo essays.
SOP newswireWinter Activities Web Site Launched by National Park Service - Many parks offer special programs in the winter in addition to their regular programs.
Will RobertsHow much do you know about Texas? - While on a trip to San Antoino Texas, I wanted to see what folks knew about their own state. People know more about Paris Hilton than they do about Paris, Texas. Enjoy!
Will RobertsWill Rogers Home in Claremore, Oklahoma. Tour the American hero Will Rogers Museum - Now, while I am gone, I thought I would let you all take a tour of some of the places I have been to on my travels on my 'Good Will Tour.' See you folks in a week or so and I will try to write.
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