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“This is going to be huge attraction just for the structure itself,” said Ken Ham, founder of the Kentucky-based group, Answers in Genesis.
As usual, the vast majority of travelers will be using their cars: about 85 percent. Gas currently costs $2.78 a gallon, down 88 cents from the same time last year. That means a family driving 200 miles on highways will save about $7.30 for their holiday gas this year.
“We’ve come to the point where the kids who grew up playing Nintendo games are now parents who have their own kids,” said the veteran game designer during an interview translated by Bill Trinen, product marketing director at Nintendo of America. “I think for them it will be a tremendous experience.”
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The fees climbed, in part, because more passengers flew at the start of the year — 3.2 percent more seats were filled. The airlines also increased some fees and forced more passengers to pay them.
“No, there is no way they are going to be ready for them,” said American diver Tony Dorland, 51, a contractor from Chicago who has visited the island numerous times to dive. Dorland said Americans “like all the bells and whistles when they travel, but it’s going to be for the people that know that this is the way Europeans travel, not the way Americans travel.”
“We want to blow the whistle on this before it happens,” Schumer told The Associated Press. “Enough already! They charge a fee for peanuts, for leg room, for just about anything.”
ORLANDO, Fla. | Orlando International Airport is expanding its reach into Latin America. Airport officials on Friday announced new routes to Brasilia, Brazil, and Lima, Peru. The Orlando-Brasilia route will be TAM Airlines’ second route between Orlando and a Brazilian city. The airline already flies between the theme park mecca and Sao Paulo. The new route […]