How many times have you seen a movie or TV show and said "I'd love to go there!" or "Hey, cool, I was there!"? Movies can both inspire travel dreams and bring back memories. What are your favorites - old and new?


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Fort Worth's Coyote Drive-In in 'Nostalgia Front & Center in Some U.S. Museums & Eateries'

Louis Kaplan is channeling his childhood.  While a youngster, he collected baseball cards which he stored in boxes and treasured as souvenirs of the USA's favorite pastime.  Decades later, he’s reliving that time while visiting the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, upstate New York.  Opportunities to recapture memories from the past are of course not limited to baseball, nor to New York. From Coca-Cola to cars, movies to museums, chapters of times gone by await…

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4 Movies to Watch Before Visiting South Korea

Hi All! I am a great fan of South Korean culture, people, movies and TV series. That's why I am planning a trip to visit this beautiful country in September with my family and few friends. Because I have only a few weeks to spend there, that's why I want to explore its finest places. I found few movies worth watching before the journey to South Korea, but it would be beneficial if you also share your suggestions and experiences. Seoul Searching: It is the best movie to watch if you want to…

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More than a half century after 'Jaws,' Martha's Vineyard is still quite a catch

 Vidu Gunaratna Some time ago I happened to run across that toothy old classic Jaws online, and as I watched, the impossibly picturesque maritime settings and endless beaches awakened in me a nostalgia for the light, colours, sounds, and tastes of summertime holidays. It was then I discovered that the film's fictional Amity Island is actually ritzy Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, a 45-minute to hourlong ferry ride from Cape Cod. Come summer, one of the USA's most exclusive (and expensive)…

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    From Paris to Provence.
  • Living in Spain, I regularly read the country's premier daily, El País, in both Spanish and English, and several weeks ago came across this in the latter:
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    People once looked to paintings and books for vacation ideas, but now tourism offices are capitalizing on the popularity of major film and television…
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  • Now that "House of the Dragon" is underway on HBO Max, destinations where it was shot in England, Spain, and Portugal, are expecting an influx of visitors - and even others like Northern Ireland are expecting more, thanks to renewed interest interest in Westeros and the world of "Game of Thrones":
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  • New York City is possibly the all-time most popular backdrop for movies of all kinds, and several local tour operators have taken advantage of this. Here's one with a tour of locations for romantic comedies:
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