End of the Tourism Boom?

U.S. cities enjoyed a tourism boom in recent years, thanks to the plunging value of the dollar. But as U.S. currency regains its strength and economies around the world falter, will U.S. cities remain a bargain destination? New York City, the most popular tourist destination, received a record 8.76 million international visitors in 2007, the highest number ever. Los Angeles had 4.8 million international visitors and Miami counted a total of 5.5 million international tourists -- record highs...Full Story
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