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This was the message that Texas has been trying to get across to Britons for some time. And now it seems to be paying off because last year, for the first time, Britons were the largest international visitors to the state beating the Germans into second place. There I knew a few of you would that like that last phrase. By the time 2010 ends as many as 145,000 of us will have visited the lone star state.
So how has Texas bucked (sorry, a cowboy word just crept in there!) the trend and persuaded us to go there when overall visits to the US have been down and our favourite destination, Florida, has been hit more than many?
Following in the footsteps of the South Beach Wine and Food Festival ( a four day destination event designed to raise money for Florida International University’s School of Hospitality and Tourism) comes the 2010 China Wine & Food Festival. Susan Gladstone, director of the China Wine & Food Festival Tianjin, dishes the dirt on the inaugural event
Route 66 is pretty much iconic in the US. To see it from a Harley-Davidson tends to fulfil an American dream. And one company, Eaglerider is helping fulfil that dream. But not just for Americans. We British are anxious to face the great outdoors with them as well.
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