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Tourists looking to discover the rich cattle and ranching history of Texas would do well to visit Dalhart, the former site of the legendary XIT ranch and the gateway to the Colorado Rockies. Located in the Texas Panhandle at the northwest corner of Texas, Dalhart is easily accessible via multiple highways, and provides a variety of activities from fine arts to outdoor recreation.
Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh, is steeped in history, and the annual Edinburgh International Festival makes it a globally important cultural center. Think about booking accommodations a year ahead if you want to visit during the festival. Most of Edinburgh’s hotels are in the downtown area, but several choices exist in residential neighborhoods just away from the center. Edinburgh is a compact city, so wherever you stay is within reasonable distance of city attractions.
Greece is famous for its pristine beaches, turquoise waters and ancient history. More than 12 million tourists visit each year. Tourism generates much revenue for the country's struggling economy. Travelers, especially those from the European Union (EU) countries, flock to Greece each year to enjoy the sun-drenched coasts and islands as well as historical sites.
The Willamette Valley is located south of Portland, Oregon, on Interstate 5. The rural valley is comprised of several small and medium-sized communities including Albany, Salem and the college town of Corvallis. The area's agricultural and tourism industries provide numerous opportunities for indoor and outdoor recreation.