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1. Small Train Holiday
(Events/Festivals)
... travelers' checks, Visa and Mastercard are accepted for payment. (Prices are subject to change without notice.) ...
2. Civil War in the Southwest
(Events/Celebrations)
... travel from around the country to experience three fascinating historic battle re-enactments complete with lifestyles of the soldiers in the southwest during the 1860s. More than 200 re-enactors come ...
"Crossing the Plains with Custer" at the Adams Museum
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... and original scrapbooks, handbills, and posters. About L.A. Museum Season L.A. Museum Season is a six-week travel deal, showcasing premier arts and culture offerings in Los Angeles and highlighting ...
... Yellowstone and completely state-of-the-art. Designed specifically for oversnow travel, each snowcoach utilizes energy-efficient diesel fuel. The 12-passenger vehicle offers comfortable seating and large ...
Colorado's historic and iconic Johnson's Corner truck stop, restaurant and bakery has been sold to TravelCenters of America LLC (TravelCenters). A world-famous family-owned restaurant and full-service ...
... provide endless adventure for leisure and business travelers alike," said Joe Sprague, senior vice president of communications and external relations for Alaska Airlines. "This new route further builds ...
... are strongly advised to check road/weather conditions in advance and/or be prepared for bad weather. Walking surfaces may be slippery and snowy. Travelers should provide additional time to accommodate ...
... and performances, as well as two traveling exhibits coming in 2014: "Food: Our Global Kitchen" from the American Museum of Natural History and "RACE: Are We So Different?" a project of the American Anthropological ...
22. Uncommon Journeys: What Great Rail Trips Should Be
(Travel/OnTravel in the West / Paul Lasley)
Great food, impeccable service and historic cars make a rail journey that provides a glimpse into what rail travel should be at it's best. Uncommon Journeys, based in Oakland, California, operates more ...
... along with Yosemite Valley, are the basis of the Yosemite Grant of 1864," said Yosemite Superintendent Don Neubacher told OldWestNewWest.com Travel & History Magazine. "This was truly the birth of ...
... Institution traveling exhibition, "Key Ingredients" examined the evolution of the kitchen and America's food industry. At the Center of the West's event, Chuck Wagon Cookie Ron Reed will prepare his ...
25. National Parks Re-open Across the West
(National & State Parks/Other NPs)
...  "Naturally, we are very pleased that we can welcome travelers from around the world back to our national parks and that our dedicated employees can get back to work," said Andrew N. Todd, president and ...
26. Arizona Reaches Deal to Re-open Grand Canyon National Park
(National & State Parks/Grand Canyon)
... said Brewer. "With a long weekend in front of us, I am thrilled Grand Canyon will be open and fully operational -not only for our national and global travelers who have long-awaited to experience one ...
With Yosemite National Park now closed due to the federal budget shutdown, the Yosemite Sierra Visitors Bureau in Oakhurst, California has been busy helping travelers who had intended on visiting the park ...
... Its Web site can be found at www.lafronterapublishing.com and reached at (307) 778-4752. The company also publishes OldWestNewWest.com Travel & History Magazine (www.oldwestnewwest.com).  ...
... Princess Cruises is available through a professional travel agent, by calling 1-800-PRINCESS, or by visiting the company's website at www.princess.com. One of the best-known names in cruising, Princess ...
... of awesome beauty, a spirit of romance and adventure, and the honest simplicity of the Western way of life, travelers headed west in search of a respite from the crowded, noisy squalor of fast-paced cities. ...
... continued fire activity in the area. Yosemite Valley is completely open and operational. The Big Oak Flat Entrance Station and Information Station are open, park rangers told OldWestNewWest.com Travel ...
32. Taos Summer Writers’ Conference Proves a Magical Time for Writers
(People & Lifestyle/Writing the West / Elise McHugh)
... The range of workshops is wonderful-fiction, poetry, memoir, travel writing, humor writing, the writing life-this year there was even a weekend workshop on publishing. The instructors vary, but are always ...
... Travel and History Magazine. "If it continues to move (south), crews will use Tioga Road as a barrier." Fire is expected to continue its eastward spread farther into the west side of Yosemite National ...
... Mary Mountain area to any off trail travel. In the case of the attack on the BLM workers, the Idaho Department of Fish & Game (IDFG) activated their Wildlife Human Attack Response Team (WHART) to ...
... and support facilities located outside of the park. This is the latest in a series of high-profile acquisitions for the global travel company, which has added several other major operations to its portfolio ...
... trout. For more information about exploring Sheridan, visit the Sheridan travel and tourism Web site at http://sheridanwyoming.org .  ...
Just it time to help travelers get back into the swing of things, Delta Airlines said it will begin hourly, nonstop Delta Shuttle service between Los Angeles International (LAX) and San Francisco International ...
... flow, rockslides, downed trees, and damage to the roadbed has left the upper portion of the Bonita Canyon Drive (past the visitor center) unsafe for travelers. The Bonita Canyon Campground also sustained ...
39. New Projects on the Horizon for La Frontera Publishing
(People & Lifestyle/Editor's Blog / Mike Harris)
Maybe call this a sneak peek of what's ahead for La Frontera Publishing. I'll be formally announcing soon the launch of a series of travel guides to historical places to visit - no, make that places you ...
... of Abraham Lincoln as President and the Civil War as the nation's gravest constitutional crisis. The traveling exhibition is made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: ...
Not sure how to make vacations and school breaks count with your family? Discover your own backyard with a family road trip, advised veteran traveler and mother of three Alisa Abecassis. "With busy lives ...
... is right to visit Utah. "Our stunning national parks that comprise The Mighty Five are unique in the nation and showcase Utah's year-round recreational opportunities for travelers and businesspeople ...
... and non-fiction books about the American West. Its Web site can be found at www.lafronterapublishing.com and reached at (307) 778-4752. The company also publishes OldWestNewWest.com Travel & History ...
44. Riding The Rails To The Grand Canyon
(Travel/OnTravel in the West / Paul Lasley)
... the "Grand Canyon State." With the arrival of the train, people could get to the legendary canyon with ease and comfort. Today, you can travel to Grand Canyon National Park along the same rail line ...
Virgin America, the airline that is reinventing domestic travel, has launched its new nonstop seasonal flights to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) from San Francisco International Airport ...
... now includes more than 790 miles of designated scenic bikeways, is a partnership between Cycle Oregon, Travel Oregon, the Oregon Department of Transportation and OPRD. The Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway ...
... the roads into Warner Valley and Juniper Lake are scheduled to open June 14. Road repairs continue at Sulphur Works, with one lane opening for through travel May 24-27. The road to Sulphur Works will be ...
... even in summer. Those attending the star party are encouraged to bring warm layers of clothing When traveling on the South Rim, it is best to find a parking space and use the free shuttle bus system to ...
... May 25, 2013. On view through Sept. 2, 2013, this national traveling exhibition features 116 enlarged photographs that capture unforgettable images of American soldiers, beginning on the Civil War battlefields ...
... United's vice chairman and chief revenue officer. "We've designed our newest terminal to offer travelers a more customer-friendly airport experience where they can relax in comfort or work with greater ...
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