Amazon Prime Day board game deals 2020

If you were on the hunt for a bargain, the Amazon Prime Day board game deals would like a word. Everything from Hasbro to Fantasy Flight games have been discounted, and you can save up to 40% in some cases. Because those price cuts include some of the best board games, it’s not an opportunity to pass up. In fact, they’re among the top Amazon Prime Day deals we’ve seen so far.



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Amazon Prime Day board game deals 2020

Because these Amazon Prime Day board game deals span board games for 2 players to the best board games for adults (and everything in between), there’s a lot to choose from. There are a more than a few of the best card games on offer, for example, not to mention loads of board games for kids. That’s why we’ve gathered up the most tempting Amazon Prime Day

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All board for a trip through railroad history

Back in its heyday, nothing said, “Freedom!’” like riding the rails. Beginning in 1833 and carrying forward to today, rail traffic opened up the far reaches of North Carolina unlike dirt trails, canals and plank roads ever could.

The rails brought industrial and commercial goods from Wilmington inland all the way up into the Blue Ridge Mountains. On the way back, trains picked up textiles, furniture, lumber, ores and more for a growing country.

At one time, North Carolina could boast over 5,500 miles of railway. Today, that has dwindled to just over 3,000 miles. Trains are still vital and an important part of the state economy. But a lot of former rail beds have been converted to walking trails and greenways,.

Many of the old rail stations have gone, too. Some were simple affairs – mainly batten board structures that provided a stopping point to pick up water and

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Disneyland Resort Reopening Guidelines Back To Drawing Board

ANAHEIM, CA — After much waiting and high anticipation, on Friday California state officials fell short of announcing new guidelines for mass gatherings, including at theme parks, concerts and sporting events.

Officials from the state sought input on a “first draft of the reopening directive” designed to stay in line with the state’s Blueprint For A Safer Economy, according to a USA Today report. However, theme park officials balked at the restrictions that say until the county moves up to the tier of yellow — which could take months — few if any activities would be allowed at area theme parks.

“Given the size and operational complexities of these unique sectors, we are seeking additional input from health, workforce, and business stakeholders to finalize this important framework — all leading with science and safety,” Dr. Mark Ghaly, California’s Health and Human Services secretary, said in a statement.

Anaheim Mayor Harry

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Travel PR News | Hotel Nikko Bali Partners with Indonesia Medical Tourism Board & BIMC Siloam Hospital to Welcome Medical Tourists

Nusa Dua – Bali, Indonesia, 2020-Sep-23 — /Travel PR News/ — Hotel Nikko Bali Benoa Beach is ready to welcome medical tourists to Bali through its recent partnership with Indonesia Medical Tourism Board (IMTB) and BIMC Siloam Hospital in a joint effort to promote the advanced healthcare and world-famous hospitality of the island.

Hotel Nikko Bali is one of the first accommodations in Bali that registered as an official hotel partner with IMTB, an agency that facilitates and promotes the healthcare travel industry in Indonesia. The collaboration allows travelers who are seeking healthcare to conveniently arrange their treatment and stay through one platform. Through the IMTB website, guests will be guided to see the available treatments across cities in Indonesia, as well as participating hotels which they can book at exclusive rates.

“Bali is the address to many things, including sophisticated medical programs and treatments, which many can be done

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New York Cruise Lines Announces the Appointment of John Banks as Chairman of the Board

Samuel Cooperman, after 17 Years of Service, Retires from the Company. Jan Engelhardsten Appointed.

New York Cruise Lines Inc., operator of the world-famous Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises, transportation company, New York Water Taxi, luxury charter fleet, World Yacht, and innovative maritime restaurant, North River Lobster Company, announces the appointment of John Banks as its new Chairman of the Board of Directors. With more than three decades of senior-executive experience in the public and private sectors in New York City, Mr. Banks will lead New York Cruise Lines’ Board in helping direct the company’s marine-based sightseeing, transportation, dining and entertainment businesses.

Samuel Cooperman, who has been with New York Cruise Lines in various executive roles, including Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, is stepping down after 17 years of dedicated service. Seasoned executive Jan Engelhardsten, former Chief Financial Officer of international maritime leader Stolt-Neilsen Limited, has been appointed to the Board

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Board denies controversial plan to put luxury ‘ecotourism’ resort on SC barrier island | Real Estate

After hearing calls from citizens to reject a proposed resort on an uninhabited Lowcountry barrier island, a Beaufort County zoning board voted unanimously Thursday night to deny the request.

The luxury development was proposed as an ecotourism use on Bay Point Island, which is considered an important habitat for shorebirds and sea turtles. Location was a major consideration in the zoning board’s rejection. 

“This is a great idea,” vice chairman Kevin Mack said just before a vote was taken. “But I just don’t think it’s compatible to the surrounding area. I think it’s going to be more harm to the environment.”

Mack also expressed concerns that critical conversations between the developers and the St. Helena Island community were lacking, describing himself as a “product of St. Helena Island” and of the Gullah-Geechee Nation.

“I’m very sensitive to what the people within the community have to say about what’s coming into

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Bay Point Island SC resort: Beaufort County board rejects plans

A Beaufort County zoning board rejected plans to build a resort on Bay Point Island, saying the project wasn’t compatible with the nearby area and didn’t meet development requirements for a special permit.

The vote Thursday night at Burton Wells Recreation Center was among the county’s first in-person meetings since the COVOD-19 pandemic closed government offices and moved public meetings online. The Bay Point decision was pushed back multiple times as county community development director Eric Greenway vowed to allow the public to comment in person.

And speakers at the meeting overwhelmingly asked the board to reject the permit, citing environmental concerns, the threat of climate change and inconsistency with the intent of ecotourism.

After a closed-door meeting in executive session to receive legal advice following public comments and presentations from developers and county staff, the board unanimously voted against granting a permit to allow the project as a special

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Travel PR News | British Airways’ on board magazine High Life now in new digital format

British Airways’ on board magazine High Life now in new digital format

London, UK, 2020-Sep-09 — /Travel PR News/ — British Airways’ award-winning on board magazine, High Life, is moving online to ba.com and will offer access to content for customers before, during and after a flight.

Created with publishing house, Cedar, the magazine will also include a new section for Business Life which will replace the current on-board paper versions of both publications.

Each issue will include monthly audio stories, photo experiences and live panels so customers can experience the magic of travel on the go wherever they are in the world. The magazine will continue to feature first person stories from travel experts and carefully curated guides for exploring cities across the world.

As well as trusted travel content, High Life digital will keep customers updated with any changes to the airline’s customer experience and route network. The

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The Best Board Game Deals for August 2020

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If you have been stuck at home for months with kids, odds are you are running out of activities to do with them. Even though there are tons of things to do outside, you still need indoor activities for the kids. It’s tough to keep children entertained without the usual hustle and bustle of everyday life such as school, organized sports, and playdates. One way to keep kids entertained and have fun with the whole family is board games. Many families have existed thus far without experiencing the simple joys of playing board games due to ever-present electronic games and distractions that are available. However, families have been gathering around the table to play good, old-fashioned board games for decades, and they are tons of fun. Traditional board games and newer games alike will provide some

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