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Maybe you want to witness the U.S. solar eclipse, take advantage of great exchange rates abroad or get in on the hoopla for big anniversaries in places like Alaska, Germany, Canada or Finland. Perhaps you're looking for a Zika-free beach or a destination unscathed by terrorism. EVENTS AND ANNIVERSARIESOn Aug. 21, a total eclipse of the sun lasting for more than 2 minutes will darken afternoon skies across a narrow strip of the United States stretching from South Carolina to Oregon. Hotels in many eclipse destinations are sold out.It's nearly 1,600 kilometers north of Puerto Rico and too chilly for ocean swimming in January.Alaska celebrates the 150th anniversary of its transfer from Russia to the U.S. in 2017 along with the centennial of Denali National Park. Canada celebrates 150 years since its colonies were united under the Canadian Confederation, and Montreal marks its 375th anniversary. DESTINATION DARLINGSAs concerns about terrorism cast shadows on destinations like France and Turkey, other destinations are coming into the spotlight.The pope visits in May to mark the centennial of a miracle in the town of Fatima, where three children had a vision of the Virgin Mary in 1917 .
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