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From 1950, a promotion campaign under Sir Stafford Sands was hugely successful in attractingtourists to the Bahamas.
Together they offertourists almost any form of vacation experience, from the bustle of the busy city to the silence of the desert island.
A host of Wairarapa's leadingtourist attractions are being captured on video to market the province as a serious tourist destination.
The story of the mountaintop where outnumbered Jewish rebels are said to have committed suicide rather than give in to a Roman siege--chronicled by first century historian Flavius Josephus--has been a part of popular Jewish history for centuries; the site is now one of Israel's most heavily visitedtourist attractions.
When war broke out in Europe in 1939, Bermuda’s growingtourist industry all but collapsed.
"I can't fish out the actual steps they are taking, besides buildingtourist traps with surplus submarines.
Now the increasedtourist traffic has encouraged local people to set up stalls by the roadside, and some of the villages have become quite accustomed to visitors.
A few are said to have had their teeth pulled, and the monks will be happy to drape them around the shoulders of a photograph-seekingtourist.
By the end of the 1980s most government-ownedtourist facilities had been sold, closed or transferred to local councils.
Visitors swamp the port in summer, particularly Bearskin Neck alongside the harbor, which is lined with small gabled and flower-decked huts sellingtourist fare — scrimshaw, fudge, leather, pewter, and typical art.
In Venice, I watchedtourists on a bridge videotape tourists on a boat, who in turn were videotaping the tourists on the bridge.
Today it welcomestourists, in large numbers.
Quieter and more evocative than in the high season, when teeming with camera-totingtourists, they're more likely to reveal their secrets, their pasts, and their intentions.
Modern Times As mainland Portugal lurched into a political and economic crisis that would bring down the country’s republican government, many miles away Madeira was busy looking after distinguished visitors and its developingtourist trade.
Gotta run now because the TV news has just started a story about the police apprehending "Soccer Guy"--this sidewalk bandit who distractedtourists by breaking into a soccer-ball-handling routine, then circling and bumping them until he'd pickpocketed their wallets.
It now boasts Siberia Tiger Park, a large animal preserve where endangered tigers, dodgingtourist buses, train to hunt live prey before their release into the wild.
In New York there is, at least, an infrastructure to rebuild, cultural institutions that drawtourists, and a wealth of human capital with technical and creative energy.
chain to meet the ever-expandingtourist market This 221 bed development offers five star accommodation and conference facilities for up to 600 people.
The fisherman uses his boat to ferrytourists to nearby beaches rather than to catch fish.
Simpson plays golf six days a week, chats amiably with gawkingtourists outside his house, and thinks he'll be a star again.
They were in fact campsite employees whose job was to helptourists.
Cruising at 160 knots for up to five hours with a full load of nine passengers, the PAC 750XL is also likely to find buyers operating services to island and hideawaytourist resorts through to commuter runs.
I can imaginetourists for years to come being hounded for sultanas and never having any to give away!
Simulated Miraculous Answer They're building a sunken ramp into the Sea of Galilee to lettourists simulate Jesus' walk on water, reports Emma Blijdenstein for the Associated Press.
Early morning is the best time to avoid the traffic (the most harrowing part of the descent is avoiding road-hogging, dangerous lookingtourist buses).
In towns around Cuba you’ll meettourists who — like jailbird escapees — rejoice at having gotten out of Varadero.
We run world-class scientific establishments, manage parking meters, and operatetourist attractions.
Right on the corner is the Moulin Rouge, still staging its nightly cabarets, mostly to packagetourists.
We wandered around the paths and viewing platforms at Punakaiki, forcing or cameras on passingtourists to take the â€˜group photosâ€™.
Walkways permittourists a bird’s-eye survey of the site, revealing the deployment of the troops, 6,000 of them reassembled and back in their original ranks.
The Jeepney, developed from World War II Jeeps, has become an institution in the Philippines, being both a popular means of public transport and an often photographedtourist attraction.
Now one of New Zealands premiare holiday retreats Coromandel is regarded as the cream of New Zealand outdoors for the adventure'r or plantourist traveller.
The resort, largely hand-built, is a comfortable and very moderately pricedtourist complex.
North of Luxor Though independent travel is difficult north of Luxor because of security precautions put in place to protecttourists (see driving, page 111), there are still two temple complexes that can be visited from your base at Luxor.
Consideration should be given to designing bypasses that do not reducetourist traffic through the central business district.
The NYT off-lead reports the murder of eight touristsvisiting the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda to see rare mountain gorillas.
Seaside town officials have told the Hollywood Reporter that as soon as the movie opened, they started getting calls from touristslooking to rent one of the 270 cottages available to renters.
For a long while, now, as touristsdiscovered the town, sweatshirt and knick-knack shops have been replacing the general merchandise businesses of a working town, until now Centre Street is one long tourist mall.
This implies many advantages for touristsseeking lovely unspoiled countryside away from the crowds, but also, for the residents, some acute political and economic disadvantages.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife The capital of Tenerife and the administrative center for the westerly Canaries, Santa Cruz is not a city in which touristsspend a great deal of time.
Everything centers on New Providence, where most of the touristsstay and half of the Bahamian population lives.
Touristscontinue to flock to landmarks made famous over the years, but don’t make the trek expecting to see anyone associated with the film business.
In spring, before the touristsarrive, goats and sheep give birth and their herds head out to the open pasture; a little later, the grain crop is harvested.
The Japanese touristswalked up and asked me if there was any wildlife around.
Yungang Caves Most touristshead for Datong in pursuit of history and art, and they are not disappointed.
The observation deck atop the TV tower is one of Shanghai’s top touristdraws.
Proquanil with chloroquine have been advised as the best prophylactic regimen for touriststravelling to the southeast Anatolia region of Turkey between March and November [ 9].
The Stone Forest covers about 26,000 hectares (64,000 acres) of Yunnan Province, but most touristsconfine themselves to a manageable area of concentrated wonders.
Blue Bay Holiday Resort, Mahia Peninsula, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand While the peninsula is home to many full-time residents, the area becomes a hive of activity in the summer months when touristsconverge on the area to enjoy the natural beauty.
Better bets are Ponta do Sol and Ribeira Brava where, during summer, beach umbrellas are put up and locals and touristscrowd onto the rocky shores.
Now touristsdescend on the town’s three main streets, and a growing number of souvenir shops proclaims the new order of things.
It’s also destined for promotion as one of those paradise islands Western touristsdream about.
But inevitably the atmosphere is different when they are performing for untutored touristseating dinner, rather than for an expert village audience — and above all for their gods.
Such stars as Frank Sinatra and Ginger Rogers performed, and American touristsemptied their wallets in glittering casinos.
Today wealthy touristsenjoy the thermal facilities and treatments offered at the two international-class hotels on the island.
Provide a virtual class trip to places of interest, accessable at anytime from any PC, let students and virtual touristsexperience the atmosphere of a location from the convenience of their classroom or home.
A Mexican newcomer to Santa Fe once told me that he had been much puzzled by hearing rich Anglo touristsextol the charm of La Fonda (in English pronounced like fond plus schwa).
In the resorts on the coast, many traders are aware that some touristsfeel uncomfortable with bargaining, and will give you their “best price” straight away if you ask them to.
Popular fish multiply and grow to a larger size and families, schools and touristsflock in to see them.
Tourists in the Long Gallery; TouristFlows on the West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand’.
Throngs of touristsfollowed.
As it snakes up and down the peaks and ridges, the wall conforms to a challenging topography, one that leaves many touristsgasping for breath.
She bought an almond croissant and a cappuccino and watched the touristsgather for the pageant in the Royal Clock when it struck the hour.
The number of overseas touristsinjured in adventure tourism activities is close to the number who sustain injuries from driving.
Locals chat on the stone benches of the promenade, while touristsinspect the bronze plaques on the brick walls that pay tribute to the North End’s famous sons.
New Zealand has a very good record of safety and one must keep the accidents in perspective when tourism is such a growth area and the number of touristskeep rising.
In fact he was just practising for later in the day when we came across an ignorant touristlighting a fire under a dead fir tree.
The majority of the tourists are from China, but only a very few of the foreign touristsmove away from the area around the capital.
Most wineries are relatively small apart from Siefried Estate which has become increasingly commerical and touristoriented.
Today it is a busy place, with coachloads of touristspeering through the arches for one of the city’s finest views — across the Danube and over to the Houses of Parliament.