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Autumn on the Connecticut River with the swallows
ON THE LOWER CONNECTICUT RIVER, Conn. (AP) -- The first swallows appear at sunset, inky flecks in a dusky pink sky. A cloud of birds forms, then another and another. Soon the entire sky is teeming with tree swallows - hundreds of thousands of them - swooping and swirling and shimmying in a dazzling aerial ballet that paints the sky black....
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Go For the Food: Famous noodles in Bangkok
BANGKOK (AP) -- With its fluorescent bulbs and cafeteria-style tables, the Bangkok restaurant Raan Jay Fai wouldn't win any awards for interior decorating....
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W.Va. tourism looks ahead after chemical spill
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A roller coaster of rapids will await thrill-seekers for the start of the Gauley River whitewater season as southern West Virginia businesses anticipate an influx of visitors to finish out a tourism season that for a time simmered in the stigma of a chemical spill in Charleston....
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Czech UNESCO garden gets back 17th-century look
KROMERIZ, Czech Republic (AP) -- A visit to the Flower Garden in the eastern Czech city of Kromeriz is like traveling 300 years back in time....
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5 free things to do in Cape Town, South Africa
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) -- Cape Town is a place of wry contrasts, a place where you might encounter an international fashion model, a hippie or a "bergie" (beggar). There are urban black townships and picturesque seascapes. A mix of colonial history, the struggle against apartheid and 20 years of democracy color what Cape Town is today....
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