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Would You Go to an Astronomy-Themed Resort?

A vacation spot in northwestern India bills itself as one of the best places in the country to see the Milky Way.
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These days, vacation resorts can offer some pretty unusual experiences to guests, beyond the typical white sands, blue waters, and tiny cocktail umbrella. At one Japanese spa resort, visitors can take baths in red wine, green tea, or ramen broth. In Sweden, there’s ice hotels, with rooms made out of exactly

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