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On Kauai’s North Shore, nature’s wonderland


On Kauai’s North Shore, nature’s wonderland

Rapids Water Park in Riviera Beach is open daily until Sept. 1, then on weekends through October.

    Around Florida

    Where to chill in the Florida heat

    How does one beat the soggy heat of a Florida summer? Air conditioning and backyard pools are obvious answers, but there are other ways to cool off that you may not have thought of.

 <span class="cutline_leadin">IN VEGAS: </span>Patrick Mahoney, left, and Josh Yates, who live in L.A., at the Wynn Las Vegas resort.

    Gay tourism

    Gay tourism: Pursuit of the ‘Pink Dollar’ accelerates

    In the 1970s, gay tours took men rafting in the Grand Canyon and to Rio de Janeiro for Carnival. Gay hotels began opening in Key West, and destinations like Provincetown, Massachusetts, were creating some of the first marketing to gay and lesbian travelers.

Oldest wooden schoolhouse in the United States.

    Northeast Florida

    Quick trips: St. Augustine from A to Z

    St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, has plenty of history. But it has enough other charms, from an amphitheater to a uniquely Florida zoo, to fill a list from A to Z. Consider:

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    Can I get a refund for my river cruise to Ukraine?

    Q: In mid-February, we booked a Viking River Cruises trip to Ukraine for this summer, beginning in Kiev and continuing throughout the country to Zaporozhye, Odessa, Kherson, Sevastopol and Yalta. Some of our ports of call were in Crimea. We paid for the total cost of our trip, including three nights in Istanbul and an additional five days in Turkey on our own before our return flight.

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