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Nepal’s tourism will be key to its recovery
Before and after: At left, Bhaktapur’s Durbar Square, as seen by Patricia Schultz during her recent visit. At right, old temples in the Bhaktapur Durbar Square collapsed as a result of the earthquake on April 25. Photo Credit: Lindsay Cope and Aapo Huhta/Finnish Red Cross

Nepal’s tourism will be key to its recovery

Travel Weekly Contributing Editor Patricia Schultz, author of the New York Times best-seller “1,000 Places to See Before You Die,”  writes that here are no definitive assessments of the extent of damage to Nepal’s tourism infrastructure, but it is clearly extensive, threatening a huge and lasting financial loss. READ MORE

Royal Caribbean to offer Suite Class in 2016

Speaking aboard Quantum of the Seas at's annual conference last week, the line's president, Michael Bayley, said the general idea was to make it an all-inclusive product, similar to what sister line Celebrity Cruises offers. READ MORE


At Park City, fun on and off slopes
Ski instruction at Park City Mountain Resort.
At Park City, fun on and off slopes

The Utah ski destination offers hours of fun and active adventures for families, from skiing and snowboarding to sledding, yoga and exhilarating adventure parks.  READ MORE


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Inside the hermit kingdom
North Koreans bow to the newly unveiled statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang at the Mansudae Grand Monument.  Photo Credit: Mark Edward Harris
Inside the hermit kingdom

There are those on both sides of the DMZ who are trying to bring about a detente between North and South Korea. Their weapon of choice: tourism.  READ MORE

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