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    The Benefits Of Tourism?

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    tourism there would be a lot less economically stable countries, and people would be a lot less cultured. Revenue wise, tourism is a booming industry and has been for many centuries. Since modes of transportation became more available to go to other countries, people’s curiosity got the best of them and they began to travel. People also began to travel as a way to relax, which is how vacations initially got started. As industrialization took off, travelling became more popular as well. For a while, only the wealthy were able to afford the costs but in later years traveling became accessible for a lot more people. During the Enlightenment period, the “Grand Tour” became popular among kings and nobles. The nobles would take a year or two to travel around and learn about other countries. Peter the Great of Russia’s Grand Tour particularly affected him and his country. Due to all of the ideas in the Western world that he had seen, Peter decided to “Westernize” a city and called it St. Petersburg. The Enlightenment thinkers of that period also liked to travel to gather ideas and information to make them more enlightened. In return, all of this travel boosted other countries economies and made them realize that they had sites that other people wanted to see. Since the economy is based on money, this notion also made the countries realize that they could begin charging people to see this sites. Often times tourism is the only industry that a country may have, and without…

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    Warped Tour Analysis

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    Over the summer there was a musical festival that happens at PNC Art Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. The genre of music bands play at Warped Tour is mainly pop punk and alternative with a little bit of screamo. If you attend Warped Tour you will notice the audience to be a mix of teenagers and college students. Bands used instruments such as the guitar, bass, and drums. The music was very upbeat and fast paced which the crowd reacted to in a violent manner. If you attend Warped Tour you will…

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    this is how he has changed the golfing world. When the Senior PGA Golf Tour started in 1930 and from 1930 to 1979 it wasn’t very popular, the prize purse(prize money) was small and no one really even knew about it. Then Arnold Palmer became eligible and when he played in 1980, the Tour became more popular. When the 1980 U.S. Senior Open came around he has won every tournament so far, but he couldn’t play because…

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    Advantages Of Golf School

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    Golf School Info.com, the oldest golf school review site on the net has released its 2006 Top Ten Golf Schools in America list. 2006 Award Recipients Advantage Golf School With 16 locations nationwide, we found that Advantage offered the most personalized (one-to-one student/teacher ratio) as well as the most customized learning programs of any of the schools we reviewed. Their locations are mainly at top golf resorts. Butch Harmon School of Golf Small class sizes, comprehensive program…

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    Do you know the woman that won over 20 Grand Slam singles titles and several Olympic Gold Medals? Yes! It’s Serena Jameka Williams the best woman athlete in history! In 1991 she was on the junior United States Tennis Association tour and ranked 1st in the 10-and-under division. When she was 14 Serena turned pro and was NO.99 in the world rankings.In June 2013, Williams took her second French Open title—as well as her 16th Grand Slam singles title—in a 6-4, 6-4 victory over defending champion…

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    American skilled tennis player Serena Williams has accomplished over 20 Grand Slam singles titles and numerous Olympic gold medals. Serena Jameka Williams was born September 26, 1981 in Saginaw Michigan. She is the youngest of five daughters. Her father Richard and mother Oracene Williams have two daughters, Serena and her sister Venus, which became two of tennis great champions. Serena’s father was determined to see his two daughters succeed in tennis so when he moved his family out to Compton,…

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    Distillery Tour WHAT: Round up your friends and expand your world of spirits this weekend at the Frankfort Spirits Distillery Tour. You and your friends will have a great time as you enjoy a unique distillery excursion. You will experience firsthand how spirits are made, how to properly taste them, as well as what makes craft spirits special. During your tour, you will get to enjoy a variety of sample-sized handcrafted cocktails as you explore their sensational flavors and properties.…

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    Bottle Tree Ranch

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    the remains left by the ancient Sonoran people. The park in which they sit was created in 1892 in order to preserve the ruins, which are one of the largest prehistoric structures in North America. The park includes a visitor's center, which contains a museum and book store. In the visitor's center, guests can watch a film about the structures before doing a self-guided tour of the area. The park also offers guided tours, which last an hour. 10.Old…

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    mentioned the symbolic complex that is likely to be the common reader. Someone who just views what is in front of them and may not look into the meaning of the text that is being read. This is exactly like the regular vacationer Percy discusses in his essay. This individual is not liable to remove the huge importance of the content or the underlining meaning the author is attempting to explain, much like the basic vacationer missing the genuine excellence of the Grand Canyon. It is likely that…

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    she started playing tennis at a tender age of 9 years. she was picked up by the tennis club known as Red Star. once she got some skills she transferred to Tennis Academy run by Nick bollettieri. she gained much of her tennis skills in this Academy with you later on proved to be the most fruitful experiences of her tennis career. she won the first juniors Australian Open Championship in the year 2001. this is made her number 1 juniors player in the world. after her Championship he is started…

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