The Radar: World’s Largest Marine Park Planned, Literary Hotels, Dine Out for Airline Miles

  • An area off the northeast coast of Australia that’s as big as Germany and France combined will become the world’s largest marine park. It includes part of the Great Barrier Reef and is home to exotic sea creatures and shipwrecks from World War II.  [Gadling]
  • Don’t worry about packing a book for your next trip. Literary hotels are opening around the world offering visitors libraries filled with books, author events, and even decor inspired by their favorite reads. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Eating at your favorite restaurants could help you earn more airline miles. Register your credit or debit card with a dining rewards program to earn benefits at thousands of eateries. [Fodor’s]

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  1. Alexander
    December 4, 2011, 5:32 am

    Nice place! Find even greater nature’s wonder, which is in Portugal, known as the Nazare Canyon at