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"We've been trying to make it easier for people to discover us during the pandemic," Kate Hudson, a spokesperson for Visit Spokane in Eastern Washington. "But it can be a challenge to get the attention of visitors."

Duane Schlosser discovered Spokane, Washington, by accident. And he’s glad he did.

Schlosser, a retired delivery driver from Loretto, Minnesota, booked a Columbia River cruise for this fall. When it fell through because of the surging COVID-19 delta variant cases, he didn’t know what to do with his nonrefundable airline tickets from Minneapolis to Spokane. 

“So my wife and I thought, ‘Why not take a vacation in Spokane?'” he says.

At a time when COVID-19 worries continue to upend travel plans, there are more people like Schlosser who are visiting destinations that you won’t find on any top 10 lists. OK, calling them destinations may be a stretch. There are no theme parks, no UNESCO World Heritage sites. They’re small cities with big tourism ambitions. But vacationing in one could save you money and headaches too. 



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