By Emily HuiThe U.K. and U.N. have teamed up to launch a series of tourist destinations to help Americans get a better sense of the diversity and beauty of their cities, from the city’s art scene to its museums and festivals.
The U, U.M., U.W. and University of the Pacific universities will each announce a list of destinations for each state on Friday.
The goal is to highlight the places Americans want to visit and the experiences they’re looking forward to visiting.
“These are places that we’ve all wanted to visit, and so we’re excited to be able to help people understand what’s happening in their communities,” said U.U.M. President Lina Gaddis.
The universities’ list will be released on Friday, and can be found here: http://tourism.ucm.edu/events/travel/touristic-destinations.htm#cityThe UMWU’s list of destination cities is being made available to members of the public in a series called Travel for UMW.
The list includes UMW, the University of New Mexico, the City of Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Institute of Technology, the U of Maine, the College of New Jersey and the University at Buffalo.
“People are looking to get out and see some of the world’s most interesting and beautiful places, and they want to explore the cultural and historical experiences that they’ve come to love,” said Gaddi.
“They want to travel to the places where people have worked hard to make them and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells,” she added.
“If people are going to come here for a weekend or for a few days, they need to be prepared to be exposed to the unique culture that’s there.”
The list will include the city and region, as well as the number of people visiting each destination, the number and diversity of people in each destination and the type of entertainment available.
In addition, it will include an explanation of what’s on offer in each location, including what type of services and accommodations are available.
The list is not meant to replace a trip to the UMW or Santa Fe.
“The tourism experience can be a very different experience to an experience at a traditional hotel,” Gaddid said.
“But it can also be the most incredible and beautiful experience when you’re with people from all walks of life.
That’s the goal of the tour.
We want people to know that the best place to go is a place that has a lot of tradition, and that’s what this list is about.”
Tourism for UU is sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a U. S. Department of Commerce Department agency.
The universities have not received any money from the companies that sponsor the event.