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A small school of fish swim by the porthole of an Atlantis submarine during a recent tour in Hawaii.<br>Wyatt Olson/Stars and Stripes

Submarine tour gives a peek at world beyond Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach is a flurry of swimming, surfing, sand castle building, tanning and general cavorting. What’s less obvious is the ballet beneath the bay waters — the sea life zigzagging around the reefs within a mile or two of the beach’s edge.


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stateside travel

Museum of the American Revolution opens in Philly

The first museum devoted to the country’s earliest years opened on the anniversary of the first battles of the American Revolution at Lexington and Concord and “the shot heard round the world” on April 19, 1775.


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europe travel

Antwerp: This Belgian port city offers diamonds, ale and chocolate

Antwerp is a diverse and cosmopolitan port city, one that wouldn’t exist were it not for the sluggish, slate-gray river Scheldt. “All an Antwerper has to do to connect with the rest of the world is simply dip his hand into the Scheldt’s water,” former Antwerp mayor Lode Craeybeckx once said.



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Trendy Stuttgart bar mixes a good drink, but at a price

I walked by it a couple times before realizing this was the spot, home to Le Petit Coq, a trendy bar whose nondescript facade gives the illusion of word-of-mouth exclusivity.


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pacific travel

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Starbucks’ new American Cherry Pie Frappuccino available only in Japan

Servicemembers stationed in Japan can’t get the colorful new Unicorn Frappuccino; however, they will be able to try a sweet, limited-edition Starbucks beverage that might remind them of home.



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