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New travel guides, from Lonely Planet to luxury

NEW YORK (AP) — Spring is the time when many travelers plan their biggest vacations of the year: Leisurely road trips, family getaways with kids out of school, and travel abroad over the peak summer season. Here are some of the new guidebook releases from this season to inspire you and help plan your itineraries. They include titles from Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, DK Eyewitness, a luxury hotel group, and Budget Travel.

Cruise line CEO looking favorably at Alaska market

SEATTLE (AP) — Holland America Line is going to look far more favorably at bringing more vacationers to Alaska now that the state’s passenger head tax has been reduced, the president and CEO of the company said Monday.

Hike the Italian Riviera on cliffside trails

VERNAZZA, Italy (AP) — Catchy harmonica music wafts across the cafe umbrellas that line the minuscule harbor of this conch-shaped village, squeezed between vine-covered hills and the Mediterranean Sea.

Seeing the sights can earn Nebraska vacationers prizes

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Folks vacationing in Nebraska can win prizes if they see enough of the sights this summer.

Trekking around Texas -- Texas hospitality and German customs unite at Muenster’s annual Germanfest - special Saturday entertainment by Mark Chestnutt

This series will feature a glimpse into small towns from all points of the compass, and how small towns can offer big adventures and lots of entertainment.

Need a weekend getaway between spring break and Memorial Day? Seeking that small town family atmosphere? Then look no further than Germanfest in quaint town of Muenster, along US Highway 82.

This three-day long celebration occurs at the intersection of Texas hospitality and German customs on the last full weekend of April each year.

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