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(CNN) — Indonesia has canceled plans to close its popular Komodo Island for tourists, but will instead impose a limit on the number of visitors to protect its native giant lizard. The country will set up an annual membership system for those who wish to visit the tourist spot, said the country’s maritime affairs minister,
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(CNN) — The first cannabis cafe in the United States opens Tuesday in Los Angeles. Called Lowell Farms: A Cannabis Cafe, it will be the first farm-to-table restaurant that highlights cuisine and cannabis. West Hollywood created eight cannabis consumption licenses and of more than 300 applicants, Lowell Farms was granted the first one, the restaurant
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(CNN) — Finally, the day we’ve all been waiting for: National Coffee Day (known to plebs as September 29th). It’s a day for caffeine addicts, workaholics, and Pumpkin Spice Latte enthusiasts to hit the streets in celebration of the only thing that gets them up in the mornings. So what’s the real deal with coffee?
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(CNN) — Saudi Arabia has long been seen as off-limits for international tourists. But now the country is opening up fully to international visitors for the first time. Details of the new visa scheme will be announced Friday at an event in Ad-Diriyah, on the outskirts of Riyadh. Ad-Diriyah is home to the At-Turaif district,
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(CNN) — A United Airlines flight was diverted to Denver, Colorado, Wednesday night to free a passenger stuck in the bathroom. “The lavatory door became inoperative” during Flight 1554 from Washington, DC to San Francisco, according to a United Airlines statement. A female passenger was trapped inside. In Denver, “the passenger was safely removed from
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(CNN) — It already has one of the highest tourist taxes in Europe. And from next year, Amsterdam will be requesting even more money from its visitors, potentially making it the highest on the continent. The Dutch capital will be adding a levy of €3 per person — about US$3 — per night for travelers
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