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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCANADA Paint and cruise Learn how to paint classics such as "driftwood in morning light" and "water and reflections" while cruising among British Columbia's Gulf Islands. Instructor Mark Hobson will tutor passengers in watercolor techniques as the 92-...
Out of Africa comes this glimpse of lions snoozing in Zambia's South Luangwa National Park, where Julie Lowrey of La Verne traveled in September with a friend. "We were looking for something that was true Africa," Lowrey said. They saw the pride take down...
Tags: Nikon Corp, Zambia, Travel, Trips and Vacations
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFRANCE, ITALY Well placed in EuropeAmble through the Louvre and climb the Spanish Steps on an 11-day package trip to Europe that includes Paris, Rome, Venice and Florence. Centrally located hotels mean easy access to attractions: In Paris, visit the...
Of The Morning CallLooking back at 125 years of family entertainment... 1) THE SAGA OF HERCULES In 1988, Dorney Park announced it was building the world's largest wooden roller coaster. The record-breaking coaster to be named "Hercules" would make good use of the park's...
This is the second of three installments from the Tribune's foreign correspondents on their tips for finding the best of the best around the world. Last week we covered Rome with Christine Spolar, Moscow with Alex J. Rodriguez and London with Tom...
You may have thought it would cost a hundred dollars or more to take a family of four to the zoo, on a boat tour or to a see a play -you may be surprised to hear you can do all of these and more - and it won't cost you a dime! On any given day - a visit...
All This For Only $200: Even in tough times, there are certain things one shouldn't have to do without, happy hour being one of them. Grab a handful of friends and hit the Remington Bar inside the St. Regis Hotel. The bar is offering a Tapas &...
The only Beluga whale at Tacoma's Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium is on the move. "Beethoven" is headed to San Antonio, Texas to participate in a breeding program. Beethoven's companion, Qannik died in late March. During the summer months: California...
Tags: San Antonio, Death, Texas, California
Zap2It.comAlthough she's in her 70s and has done dozens of movies and TV projects, actress Tippi Hedren is hardly lounging on the porch, sipping tea, like some would advise a woman her age to do. "I'm not real good at listening to advice," Hedren says. "I think...
Tribune staff reporterIt has a skyline possibly suited for a really big metropolis (squint hard). The statehouse--all domed, gilded and filigreed--would do a small European country proud. Lofts, condos and townhouses sprout throughout the downtown like cornstalks after a...
Tags: Wells Fargo & Co., Science, Motorcycling, Family, AAA
Tribune staff reporterAll quality big-city zoos have lots of animals, paved pathways, strollers for rent, hot dogs to buy and stuffed critters to bring home. Many have little trains that, for a little extra, haul people around the grounds. Many have artists who will paint...
Tags: Diplomacy, Family, Hot Dogs, Road Transportation, Cat (animal)
Sun-SentinelLooking for a little bit of old, touristy tropical South Florida? Here are some of the best places to visit, from drive-by lions to bicycle-riding parrots. 1. Lion Country Safari -- SR 80 (Southern Boulevard), 15 miles west of West Palm Beach; 561-793-...
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