At the airline’s 75th-anniversary ceremony, Aer Lingus flight attendants modeled vintage uniforms from each decade from 1945 through to the current Aer Lingus uniform.

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The Empire State Building celebrates its 80th anniversary on Sunday, May 1, 2011. The tip of its lightning mast/antenna reaches 1,454 feet (443.179 meters) above Midtown Manhattan.

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Ohio is unveiling a host of new travel experiences in 2011, with the attractions ranging from a one-of-a-kind elephant habitat to a rare glimpse into the life of Cleopatra; and from Civil War history to ‘Women Who Rock’.

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Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport has completed the first major step in a $409.5 million redevelopment which will see its capacity almost double by late 2013 to 5.2 million passengers. LPIA’s redevelopment is the largest public-sector project in the nation’s 38-year history.

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This year, renowned wildlife photographer Sperka is bringing his ‘masters series’ photo workshop to South Africa from July 1 to July 5, in a program created especially for African Portfolio’s safari customers.

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Amidst fireworks and fanfare in New York Harbor on January 14, Cunard Line’s flagship Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria joined the new Queen Elizabeth during her maiden visit to New York. The meeting marked only the second time in Cunard’s 171-year history that all three of the company’s ships have met simultaneously in New York.

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To honor the presence of humpback whales off the coast of Maui, the Pacific Whale Foundation is hosting its annual Maui Whale Festival from Friday, November 26, 2010 through Sunday, May 15, 2011.

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The nearly 700-year-old Mexican city of Mazatlán is kicking off off its 2010-11 winter travel season with music, art and dance as city and state cultural organizations join forces to present an arts extravaganza that runs through December.

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To mark the occasion, CuisinArt is offering a five-day, four-night Jazz Package which includes spa treatments, beachfront accommodations and daily live jazz performances, plus the opportunity to play golf on one of the top courses in the Caribbean.

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Minneapolis-based storm-tour company F5 Tours is to host week-long tours in both Oklahoma and Minnesota in search of severe storms during the months of May and June, starting in the 2011 storm season.

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Sydney’s famous Harbour Bridge was transformed on October 10 – the once-in-a-century “10-10-10” date – into the world’s busiest picnic spot, with 7,500 people enjoying breakfast and a spectacular harbor view whilst suspended 50 meters above the water.

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The Biltmore Estate has celebrated several milestones in 2010 and each has influenced this year’s Christmas at Biltmore event, which is set for November 5 through January 2.

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Hundreds of thousands of spectators will watch the 2010 event, which is themed “Earth, Wind and Flyers”. The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is the biggest hot-air ballooning event in the world.

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From March 18 through March 20, 2011, at the new Miami Airport Convention Center, The Cheese Connection will bring together more than 340 artisan cheese producers from 45 countries.

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El Monte RV Rentals, one of the United States’ largest recreational vehicle rental firms, has created a list of its ‘Top Ten Fall Foliage Road Trips’ for scenic autumn sightseeing across the country.

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A guided nighttime adventure lets travelers observe the sea turtle’s entire egg-laying ritual, from the moment a female sea turtle is spotted reaching the shore.

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From five spared animals that in the late 1800s were nearly made extinct to a substantial herd of 1,300 head today, the collection of buffalo at Custer State Park in South Dakota has swelled to one of the largest publicly owned herds in the world.

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This year, biologists and naturalists in Western North Carolina and the Asheville area are in agreement that seasonal weather patterns and early climate indicators may trigger the most colorful leaf season in years.

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McCurtain County in Southeastern Oklahoma is promoting geocaching in its Beavers Bend State Park area as an ideal outdoor activity for families with teens or tweens.

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