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An ever-growing number of famous films have used ski resorts for their sets. Sometimes the movies are so big the resorts never forget their time in the spotlight and stage annual festivals or even build permanent exhibitions themed on the film. In other cases, the money the film company pays is invested in resort infrastructure so we can all thank the film company for that lift or restaurant actually being built. Here are 10 of the best examples:
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From a small fishing town in Croatia to a ski village in the Japanese Alps, we've rounded up 10 alternative destinations to add to your 2019 travel bucket list. In the New Year, ditch your go-to spots and book a trip to somewhere completely new.
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Canada is often overlooked by travelers, despite being the second-largest country in the world by area. There are many amazing reasons to visit Canada, like the beautiful snow-capped mountains, waterside biking trails, and award-winning restaurants, vineyards, and breweries. If you're planning an upcoming trip, consider this list by MONEY of the 10 best places to visit in Canada.
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Back in the day, when the exchange rate meant that a trip across the northern border was a slam-dunk for U.S. golfers seeking maximum value, Kananaskis Country Golf Course was the “it” course on any itinerary. Hewn in 1984 from a river valley floor an hour west of Calgary, Kananaskis’s two courses, Mt. Lorette and Mt. Kidd, bore the unmistakable design imprint of—once again—Robert Trent Jones Sr., who famously praised the site as “the finest location I have ever seen for a golf course.”