Tourism in Cuba at minimum levels

Tourism in Cuba at minimum levels Tourism to Cuba is at minimum levels, reported the Cuban Office of Statistics and Information. During the year 2021, only 6.2% of tourists have arrived compared to 2019, a crisis that sinks the Cuban economy. In 2021 Cuba has received 1.1 million fewer tourists than in 2020. Cuba also maintains flight restrictions for most of the neighboring countries, especially Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and the United States, places from which the Cuban community …

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US History of Tourism: First Coast to Coast Flight 1929

When was the first commercial coast to coast flight? US History of Tourism, first coast to coast flight: Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT) was an airline founded in 1928 by Clement Melville Keys that merged in 1930 with Western Air Express to form what became TWA.   The Transcontinental Air Transport airline was like “The Lindbergh Line” and the idea began in the months after the 1927 transatlantic flight of Charles Lindbergh.     USA History of Tourism – The Lindbergh Line – …

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Ford Tri-Motor 1929 – US History of Tourism Coast to Coast Part II

US History of Tourism: Ford Tri-Motor 1929 – Coast to Coast Part II Coast to Coast Travel: Inauguration Day in Los Angeles The same day at Grand Central Air Terminal near Los Angeles, two Ford Tri-Motor 1929  were christened. The TAT Tri-Motors were the Ciry of Los Angeles and the City of Philadelphia. Mary Pidcford christened the City of Los Angeles, and Gloria Swanson christened the Ciry of Philadelphia. A huge crowd of approximately 30,000 turned out for the christening …

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Ancient Mint Assayers in Spanish America

  Mint Assayers in Colonial Times   Places of Coinage, Essayers, Masters of the Mint  and Judges of Balance Assayers in Spanish America Each coin identifies the place of coinage and also the person responsible for the law of the coin (purity and weight) called the assayer. Usually the initials of the names were used and could be one or two assayers by minting. In the case of Philippines well into the nineteenth century also included the person responsible for balance. …

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National Parks near Las Vegas to visit

National Parks near Las Vegas to Visit , Nevada Near Las Vegas you can explore some of the national parks of the southwestern United States. There are several great destinations within driving distance of the Las Vegas Strip. The national parks of Utah, Colorado, Arizona, California and Nevada offer magnificent views, trails and nature tours. Also places to camp and many entertainment opportunities on the way from Las Vegas. When planning your Las Vegas vacation, remember there are many ways …

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