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How to Skip Airport Security Lines: TSA Pre-Check & Travel Hacks - Thrillist

Here's how to beat nine of the most unpleasant lines at the airport. Bathroom not included.

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8 Crafty Ways to Make Your Hotel Room Feel Like Home | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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Things to Do on a Plane to Survive Long Flights Without Wifi - Thrillist

In-flight Wi-Fi is notoriously unreliable, so here's how to watch, read, and listen to everything you want even without a web connection.

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$69 Will Buy You a Flight to Europe Right Now, Even from the West Coast

Iceland-based WOW Air is ratcheting up the European flight price war, with airfare to Paris, London, Berlin, Brussels, Dublin from only $69.

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20 Quick Getaways for Labor Day

These destinations are fun, quirky, beautiful and curiousity-inducing retreats outside 10 major cities across the country, perfect for last-minute Labor Day weekend adventures. Load up and head to these spots to make new memories with family and frie

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A Pro Traveler Reveals the 5 Scams American Tourists Fall for Every Time

A professional traveler reveals the biggest travel scams U.S. tourists always fall for—and how to avoid them.

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How Much It Costs to Take an Epic 2,400 Mile Road Trip on Route 66

"If you ever plan to motor West, take the highway that is best."

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The worst tourist trap in every state - Business Insider

Save your money and avoid these terrible tourist attractions at all costs.

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12 Ways Airports Are Secretly Manipulating You | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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10 Mexico Hotels With Incredible Swim-Up Suites

Mexico’s top resorts are typically not without beautiful pools, but there’s something to be said about the hotels that allow you to swim right up to your room.

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10 Brilliant Disney Theme Park Hacks | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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The 50 Best Driving Songs Ever, in One Banging Road Trip Mix - Thrillist

A road trip is inseparable from its songs. There's a reason, after all, we call them "tracks."

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World's most extreme tours with wild animals

Reindeer in Russia. Pandas in China. Elephants in Gabon. These are some of the most thrilling encounters with animals in the wild you can see on a tour.

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The 10 Best Food Podcasts for a Road Trip | Kitchn

Want to gain insight into the food industry? Be enlightened by a food celebrity? Dive deep into a particular ingredient? There's a food podcast for you.

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Baby overheated as United Airlines jet sat on tarmac, mom says

Passenger Emily France said her baby became overheated recently on a delayed flight as the aircraft waited on the Denver International Airport tarmac.

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From giraffes to Airstreams: Top 9 glamping destinations in California

Camping is always fun. Camping with no tent set-up and an actual bed? Even better. Here are 9 of the best California glamping destinations, from Santa Barbara’s El Capitan Canyon to the Russi…

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The 50 Best Drive-In Restaurants in the U.S. | Mental Floss

The prime of American drive-ins might be behind us, but there are still plenty of these nostalgic roadside eateries available. Whether you're looking for a quick bite or a more specialty meal, drive-ins offer one benefit that most other restaurants simply can't—fries and floats from the comfort of your own vehicle.

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A Frequent Flier's Guide to Travel Gear That Works | Outside Online

Air travel is like backpacking, just with shittier food and the possibility of encountering an attractive member of the opposite sex with an accent.

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10 Gadgets for Surviving a Noisy Flight

From noise canceling headphones to portable VR headsets, these gadgets should help you block out distractions.

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One-of-a-kind Father's Day Travel Experiences | Travel | The Manual

Upgrade your gift-giving skills this Father's Day with three badass, once-in-a-lifetime Father's Day travel experiences that Pops will never forget.

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7 Google hacks to use on your next vacation

These little-known tricks will save you tons of time.

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Have a Great Business Idea? Italy Will Give You a Free Castle | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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Looking to Score a Cheap Vacation? Try Being a Pet Sitter | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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Route 66 Museum Opens in Abandoned Roadside Diner

The Mill served hungry travelers along the route in its heyday.

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American Cities With European Culture - U.S. Cities That Look Like Europe

All of these cities in the United States feel like they're more European than American.

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The cheapest places to travel for each month of the year

Plot your calendar for the best domestic and international destination deals

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America's Greatest Living Hobos Share Their Secrets to Riding the Rails

Three past and present kings and queens of America's annual Hobo Convention explain how and why they ride the rails. It ain't always pretty.

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This $213 Train Ride Shows You All of America's Most Beautiful Sights

According to travel blogger Derek Low, you can see some of the most beautiful scenery in the US by taking Amtrak across the country for a little over $200.

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How to Pack a Suitcase Using Army Backpack Packing Tips - Thrillist

Service members are taught to pack as if their lives depend on it. Here's what they know that most civilians don't.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

The best tours of off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods in NYC

From Washington Heights to the South Bronx, it’s time to explore the NYC neighborhoods that lie off the beaten path

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The 10 best travel destinations for couples | The Independent

Solo travel can be a liberating time of self-discovery, but there's nothing quite like seeing the world with your significant other. Even when things don't go according to plan, you find ways of making each other laugh, keeping each other sane, and buildi

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9 travel hacks you'll wish you knew all along

Already taking a trip or just planning your next one? These tips will help you save time, money and sanity.

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Route 66's Best Kitschy Roadside Attractions

After it was replaced by the Interstate System during the 1950s and 60s, Route 66 has now become home to numerous kitschy monuments, hotels, and rest stops that give a glimpse into a bygone era of American history.

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The first thing I do when I visit a new city is a travel secret hidden in plain sight

I never gave tour buses a second thought — other than "that was fun!" — until I landed in Amsterdam

Health & Fitness | Wheels

How to Bicycle Around the World | Travel Leisure

Read on for a personal account and what to expect when touring the world by bike.

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JetBlue Is Offering $39 Flights In An Epic 2-Day Flash Sale

Flights under $40 for a cheap fall getaway? YES, please!

JetBlue is currently offering one-way flights as low as $39 in an epic 2-day “Autumn’s Up” flash sale

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Here’s How You Can Get a Flight to Europe for $150

If you’re already thinking about how you’re going to spend your time away from the office this holiday season, please allow us to offer up a few suggestions: Why not catch a show in London’s West End or take a wander along the picturesque canals of Amsterdam?

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5 Changes That Have Made Flying Safer

Technology helps, but learning from previous mistakes helps too.

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Trippy.com Announces the World's Most Underrated Destinations

Although it seems counterintuitive, the only thing that can be more annoying than discovering a destination is overloaded with tourists, is discovering a...

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Who Uses a Travel Agent in This Day and Age?

Industry veterans such as Kerl Commock say that some travelers still prefer booking through an agency because it saves them time and makes flight cancellations less stressful.

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10 Rookie Travel Mistakes, And How To Avoid Them

Even the most seasoned travelers can encounter unexpected snafus, from flight delays and inclement weather to lost passports. But while you can’t do much to prevent those mishaps, there are certain things you can do to make sure you’re as prepared as possible if and when they happen.

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9 useful apps for the savvy traveller

Here are a selection of travel apps that will make life easier and take the stress out of all that planning and preparation.

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How to Prepare your iPad for International Travel

Whether you’re the occasional traveler, or you frequently leave the country for work excursions, even the most seasoned veteran commuters can become flummoxed when it comes to using your iOS …

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You can book Aaron Paul's ridiculously gorgeous home for $400 on Airbnb

If you've ever wondered how a Breaking Bad star lives, it's in a palatial, two-bedroom house in the bustling city of Boise, Idaho. And now's your chance to get a taste of the action.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

17 Offbeat, Kinda Weird, But Totally Cool Things to Do in L.A.

Los Angeles is a strange place full of fascinating, fun, and offbeat things to be done and seen. Here are a few favorites.

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Why Airlines Can Kick You Off a Plane So Easily | MONEY

What are passengers and customers' rights on airplanes, and why it's so easy for airlines to racially profile or kick you off a flight.

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5 Rules for a Vacation that’s Truly Worth It

Approach your vacations with the same tenacity as your vocations.

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10 Benefits Of Travelling Alone

The benefits of travelling alone and why you need to do it at least once in your life!

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5 Tips for Getting Bumped Up to First Class | MONEY

Knowing how to ask goes a long way. As does being flexible and part of the airlines' loyalty program.

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How the Most Experienced Business Travelers Overcome Flight Delays

When your travel plans get disrupted, you don't have to take it lying down. Follow these tips to make the most of an annoying situation.

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My Top 6 Packing Tips

Hawaii to South-East Asia to Australia and New Zealand to Southern Africa: 8 countries, 3 continents, summer, winter, and a supreme packing challenge. So how do you pack for a multi-month, multi-location trip? Here are my tips to packing a diverse and compact suitcase!

Visual Arts | Art & Design

Where to Find the World's Most Iconic Pieces of Art | Mental Floss

While traveling the world, the most spectacular sightseeing opportunities are sometimes indoors. Next time you’re touring Europe, visiting Chicago, or passing through New York, take some time off from touring famous monuments to duck into an art museum.

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6 Remote Private Islands Where You Can Vacation Like a Royal

When even the most remote overwater bungalow just won’t do, true solitude-seekers chart a course for private islands. The earliest rumblings of the island craze began in 1938 when wealthy aviator Charles Lindbergh purchased Illiec, off France’s Brittany coast.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

New York's 20 coolest out of town spots

Discover the top travel-worthy destinations this state has to offer barely beyond the city limits

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10 Coolest Vacation Spots to Travel Solo | Brit + Co

New Year’s Resolution check-in time: How many of us resolved to travel more often as part of our 2016 plans? And how many of us still have their overnight bags collecting dust on their closet floors?

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The World's Most Beautiful Places You've Never Heard of

It's a big world out there full of stunning scenery you've probably never laid eyes on -- until now. Here are 20 of the most…

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BBC - Travel - An island only helicopters can reach

The only way in or out of the amphitheatre-shaped valley is by foot – or, in a pinch, by helicopter.

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You can rent this Vincent van Gogh-inspired Airbnb for just $10 a night | The Verge

In order to publicize an upcoming exhibition on the domestic spaces painted by Vincent van Gogh, the Art Institute of Chicago has recreated one of van Gogh's most famous paintings — The Bedroom —...

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How To Sleep Better And Relax On A Long Flight

The Mistral is a ferocious and loud wind that, when it blows incessantly for weeks, drives people mad in Provence. There's an old saying that a murder committed after a week of Mistral should be forgiven.

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OneGo Provides Unlimited Flights Per Month

Love flying? Hate fluctuating air fares? Travel for business constantly or have tons of free time on your hands? There's lots of reasons to download and sign up to OneGo -- a new subscription-based ai...

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America's weirdest tourist attractions - Business Insider

America is home to a wide variety of tourist attractions, some of which are fascinatingly wacky. Whether you're looking for a museum dedicated to bananas or a house made of paper, odds are it can be found somewhere in the US.

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The 10 Hottest Travel Destinations Right Now

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, Americans are most concerned with their health, according to the social media monitoring company Digimind. However, with 12,224 mentions on social media, travel is the second most popular topic of discussion, logging 12,224 mentions in the waning days of 2015.

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These Are the 20 Quirkiest Towns in America

From Provincetown to Boulder, these towns march to the beat of a different drummer

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10 Hotel Secrets from Behind the Front Desk | Mental Floss

Jacob Tomsky has worked on the front lines of hotels for more than a decade, and he has some hospitality secrets to spill.

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11 Brilliant Gifts for the Traveler in Your Life | Mental Floss

Surprise the globe-trotter in your life with a gift guaranteed to give them better mileage.

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How to find the best airfare on short notice

Buying airline tickets is a lot like gambling or day-trading stocks. Fares go up and down unpredictably.

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The 13 hottest US cities for 2016 - Business Insider

We've found the 15 hottest US cities for 2016, all of which will be booming next year thanks to new jobs, growing industries, burgeoning art and food scenes, and affordable real estate.

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People who are living the dream without spending a fortune - Business Insider

Think you can't afford to travel the world? Take some pointers from people who are doing it.

Business & Finance | Business

How Smart Entrepreneurs Prepare for Business Travel

Running a business often requires running around the country (or even the world) in order to meet with investors, connect with clients, and build a support network. If you're traveling regularly for w

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Disney World vs. Disneyland: Where You Should Go Right Now

Disneyland Disneyland turned 60 in 2015, and the Diamond Celebration has been going on all year long. Brand-new Star Wars attractions will transform the park into a Jedi training ground filled with more magic and excitement than ever before.  Main Attrac

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8 Tips for Stress-Free Holiday Travel | Maria Rodale

This year, if you're joining the millions of other Americans hitting the road (or skies) during November and December, make your journey -- not just your destination -- as comforting and relaxing as a slice of warm apple pie with these simple steps for a

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Get Through Customs By Taking a Selfie - Condé Nast Traveler

What if we told you there is a way (a completely free way) to bypass the lines at immigration and customs when re-entering the U.S. at select airports—and all you needed was your smartphone?

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What travelers should know before visiting Japan

“In Japan, there are many rules, so don’t forget your manners when traveling there."

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10 Ways to Make Your Flight More Comfortable | Mental Floss

Just because you're confined to your seat, it doesn’t mean you have to be uncomfortable. Some basic tricks will help ease you through your trip.

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23 Cruise Tips That Will Change the Way You Cruise | Orbitz.com

There's a reason the cruise world has its army of dedicated followers who spend as many of their vacation days as possible plying the seas. The whole experience is relatively stress free, with planned meals, excursions and onboard entertainment.

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Disney U.S. parks to change pricing for the first time in 60 years

The changes are supposed to make the park more magical, but only at the non-peak times of year.

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How to Travel Cross-Country For Only $213

The most romantic way to journey from California to New York might also be the cheapest.

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Redwood Forest Cabin Offers Beautiful Solitude, Emersion With Nature - Our Explorers

This is an intimate cabin tucked away within the redwoods of California, beautifully clad with vertically placed wood boards designed to mirror nature.

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11 Vacation Destinations Where You Can Interact With Wildlife

Zoos are fascinating, but if you really want to interact with wildlife, get behind the wheel and head for one of these treasures.

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Stop Dressing Like a Slob When You’re Traveling

On evenings before I travel, it is my custom to set out the following day’s clothes on my bedroom chair. I do this in tandem with packing my suitcase, attending as much to the details of my travel costume as to the items being curated for use later

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12 Reasons Why Big Sur Is The Greatest Place On The Planet

If you've been there, you already know. Take a #76Longcut and enjoy the scenery, the open road, and your car...

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Six hotels that will give you a free ticket to Disneyland - LA Times

These Costa Mesa hotels have a present for Disneyland fans during the theme park's 60th anniversary: a free adult ticket to Disneyland or California Adventure for those who stay at least two nights by early September.  1. Avenue of the Arts Wyndh

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11 must-see San Francisco destinations that most people don't know about

A few spots you need to check out next time you're in San Francisco. Or, with Google Maps, you can pay a visit from your computer browser.

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Airfare Will Drop BIG Time In August, Experts Say

Prepare your mind and wallet, because you're gonna want to buy a flight ASAP. Airfare is predicted to drop sharply in August and continue through the fall, according to industry researchers at Hopper.com

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8 Ways to Spot a Crappy Hotel When Booking Online

Yeah, there's a reason those room pics were shot with a fisheye lens...

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7 ideas for a great summer staycation

You don't have to hop on a plane to have a relaxing getaway. Try a summer staycation instead.

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Europe's worst countries for tourist scams

Spain came top in a ranking of Europe's worst countries for holiday scams, followed by France and Italy

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Poshtels are the hot new trend in the travel industry — here's what they are

The idea of staying at a hostel brings to mind cramped wire-frame bunk beds, shared bathrooms, and a general lack of amenities.

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Tips For Cheaper Airfare - The Onion - America's Finest News Source

Whether the busy travel season, fuel prices, or airline collusion is to blame, airfare is currently very pricey, making traveling more difficult. The Onion walks you through some ways to reduce the cost of flying:

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Travel tip: How to get the most awards points from your credit card on the road

Let’s say you’re in an unfamiliar city and you want to grab a bite to eat. You’re also hungry for more awards points. You carry several cards and you don’t know which to use to maximize your balances.

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8 Essential Apps for Traveling Abroad

Travelers used to carry along guidebooks about each place they were visiting when exploring the world, but now you can find all the information you need in the palm of your hand. There's an app for virtually everything these days and many of them are desi

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These brutally honest travel tips will keep you from embarrassing yourself in 15 different countries

It's one thing to look like a goofy tourist while traveling — but offending the locals is even worse. With that in mind, Reddit users have spent the last 24 hours answering the following question: "What should tourists NEVER do in your country?"

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Overlooked Cities in Europe to Add to Your Travel List | College Tourist

We've all dreamed of going to the most photographed cities in Europe like Paris, London, Prague, Venice, and Rome (guilty as charged), but the truth is that the European continent has so many hidden gems that are equally worth a visit.

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7 Things I Learned From Dropping it All and Going On Hiatus

You'll be surprised at what you can learn about yourself and whatever it is you're doing when you simply stop.

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Stop Asking Me How I Afford To Travel

Ask anybody who travels, or travel bloggers in particular, how they feel about this question and I guarantee 99 percent of them will say the same as I'm about to. There is no magic. There is no formula. Just research, will and determination.

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How to Pack for an 18-Day Trip in a Carry-On | Go Ahead Tours

It sounds like an impossible feat: pack for an 18-day trip in a single carry-on-sized suitcase. But Social Media Specialist Melissa proves that it's possible, as she did just the thing on her recent trip to Eastern Europe.

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Six American Hotels Pushing the Envelope with Letter-Writing Amenities

Here are five hotels tapping into the nostalgia of letter writing, offering amenities for lovers of the epistolary tradition.

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5 ways to travel smarter this summer - CNN.com

No matter where you're going this summer, there are some easy things you can do before you leave to make your vacation less stressful.

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Flintstones Bedrock City in Arizona on Sale for $2 Million, Brontosaurus Included - ABC News

Yabba dabba doo. Bring your modern stone age family in your very own Bedrock City that's priced at $2 million, volcano included.

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Here are the real best things to do in Chicago, according to locals

Locals know best. It's easy to get caught up in tourist traps and miss out on local favorites when visiting a new city, especially in a big city like Chicago, where visitor options are seemingly endless.

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Hotel California? No Thanks. Pass on CA for a Cheap Hotel This Summer | Hipmunk

No surprises here, the average price of California hotels is the highest you'll find when booking your summer vacation this year.

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8 unique summer vacations that won't break the bank

Here are eight American summer vacation ideas for individuals, couples and families that won't ruin your budget.

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The 3 Greatest American Road Trips to Take in Summer | Conde Nast Traveler

With gas prices more than a full dollar lower than this time last year -- the lowest they've been since 2009 -- there's no better time to take a classic American road trip. Here are our six favorite road trip itineraries, including where to stop, where to

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Travel the world, one meal at a time, with chef Andrew Zimmern

Chef Andrew Zimmern joins Mashable on Pinterest to bring you delicious and unique treats from around the world.

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The Wonders of the Last Minute Family Escape | Findery

My family took a trip down to Los Angeles that was almost completely unplanned. In the middle of the busy work days leading up to our departure, I barely managed to book a hotel and had to leave everything else up to chance.

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20 Things You Should Never Pack in Your Checked Luggage

We've been over this before, but we're going to go over it again: Do not put anything valuable in your checked baggage, period -- unless you're willing to take the chance that it will be lost, damaged or stolen, and you recognize that you will most likely

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How to Have Fun on a Business Trip (Yes, Really) | Travel + Leisure

Traveling for work doesn’t mean you can’t experience everything a city has to offer. Here’s how to get the most out of five major business destinations, including client-worthy restaurants, easy walking tours, and quick escapes when the meetings are

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How to Survive Long Road Trips Without Going Crazy

Long road trips can be a blast—or they can be boring, exhausting endeavors. Here’s how, with a bit of preparation, you can make sure you survive your trip with your sanity intact.

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8 Simple Ways to Be More in the Moment When You Travel

Be fully present by creating space for spontaneity in your travels. You can't remain in the moment if you always adhere to a strict schedule or plan. Say yes to the voice within you that urges you to step off a marked trail, even if just for a brief ...

Miscellaneous | Mid Century

Vacation like 'Mad Men': Mid-century homes you can rent

TV's Mad Men, which enters its final season this month, has been lauded for its emphasis on visual authenticity. From Don's narrow ties to the evocative interiors he inhabits, the show has come to embody mid-century style.

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Where to Stay for a Full Disneyland Experience With Kids | MiniTime

Surely one of the best places in the world for a family vacation, Disneyland Anaheim has been dubbed the "Happiest Place on Earth." Disneyland was built with kids of all ages in mind, under Walt Disney's direct supervision so it's the ultim...

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The world's best airport bars - Telegraph

Flight delays are less of a problem in these airports, which have the best bars in the business, including beer gardens and swimming pools!

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9 Under-The-Radar Attractions In The U.S.

The Grand Canyon. The Statue of Liberty. Mount Rushmore. These iconic tourist attractions are definitely on everyone's must-see list, but there are also a number of hidden gems throughout the country that often go unnoticed. From a ride through the m...

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11 American Behaviors That Are Considered Rude Around the World

Just because you’ve mastered the art of not looking like an uncultured, uncouth slob in your country doesn’t mean those skills translate to the rest of the world. In fact, many things considered innocuous or even polite where you’re from might raise (or sternly lower) eyebrows in other parts of the world. With that in mind, here are 11 behaviors that are widely viewed as acceptable in the United States but considered rude in other corners of the globe.

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How To Do Vegas Like A Pro

When to get drinks (and when not to), how to deal with the cab lines and more ways to travel smarter in Las Vegas By Jennifer Prosser Congratulations, you're going to Las Vegas! You're about to indulge in what 41 million visitors to this neon-la...

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8 Spring Break Beach Bars For Grown-Ups | The Go List | OutsideOnline.com

Feet in sand, cold beer in hand—does life get any better? Not really, which is why the highlight of a tropical beach vacation is often the moment you stumble upon a simple beach bar where the lobster is perfectly done, the proprietor tells stories for h

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Americans Can Go to Cuba -- Just Don't Lay on the Beach! | Medea Benjamin

On a recent CODEPINK trip to Cuba with a 150-person delegation, we found the island crawling with Americans taking advantage of the relaxation of U.S. travel restrictions and the historic thawing of U.S.-Cuban relations....

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

How to beat jet lag, from a CEO with an insane travel schedule

From Microsoft chairman and Virtual Instruments CEO John Thompson who has insane travel schedule.

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Questions to Never Ask Your Hotel Staff | Thrillist

Or so say this nation's hotel workers. We asked a bunch of them for some of the most annoying, obtuse, or just flat-out rude questions guests ask while staying at a hotel. Here are 17 of the worst....

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7 Hotels That Don't Look A Thing Like Their Ads

Throughout our hours and hours of travel and hotel investigating at Oyster.com, we've come across quite a few photo fakeouts: Situations where the hotel website showed the property as one way, and we found it to be a totally different way when we a...

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Where in the World Is the Best Place to Be in February? | Lonely Planet

If you want to find out the best place to be on any day of the year--today, tomorrow, your birthday or wedding anniversary--check out our interactive calendar....

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5 Tips to Help You Save Money While Traveling | Jinna Yang

When I started preparing for my trip, I did a lot of research on the planning process on the internet. There are a number of things I did to prepare, and I thought I'd share some tips on how to help you travel for less money....

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5 Best All-Inclusive Resorts for Families in the Caribbean | MiniTime

Whether you're a family of three or of five, with toddlers or with teens, these five best Caribbean all-inclusive resorts promise carefree good times in a natural paradise with unbridled fun under the sun for the whole family....

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This Town In Arizona Is Modelled After Bedrock From The Flintstones, And It's Completely Awesome. [STORY]

Long after the modern Stone Age family went off the air, 49 years ago, the town of Bedrock remains. With the theme song for "The Flintstones" blaring continuously over the park's loudspeakers, the park has been a roadside attraction along Route 66 for more than 40 years.

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Seasonal Solutions For A Budget-Social Life

The age-old question “What do you want to do?” has plagued humanity since the dawn of civilized social interactions. When a small budget is involved, this question becomes even more daunting. It can be challenging to find a fun excursi...

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15 Genius Packing Tips That Will Forever Change Your Toiletry Bag

We're always in for a good packing hack, whether it's the lazy way to stockpile shampoo or the brilliant carry-on bag that feels like you're carrying nothing at all. One of the biggest packing headaches we face is, well, the stuff for our face (an...

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Yup, Hotels Can Track Those Towels That You Steal

There's something utterly delicious about hotel beds... and towels... and robes. They're so decadently fluffy and epically cozy, we'd totally steal them if we could. And much of the time, we do. Towels are among the most-stolen items in hotels, Th...

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The simple way to get a good seat on a plane without paying extra

Just because it looks hopeless doesn’t mean you should give up hope for scoring a seat up front. Even if it looks like you’ve got a snowball’s chance in hell...

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The 9 Most Spectacular Lost Cities in the World

These sites are famous for their beautifully preserved ruins

Miscellaneous | Guy Stuff

How to Travel Around the World With Just a 20lb Backpack | The Art of Manliness

Editor's note: This is a guest post by David Danzeiser. I hung up the phone with the travel agent. I had just finished booking 45,000 miles worth of flig

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The Most Affordable dream trips for 2015

This is the year to go someplace epic. In 2015, exotic places are trending and new destinations are emerging.

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The Secret Language Of Flight Attendants Is Your New Inflight Entertainment

Flight attendants are full of secrets. Not only do they nap in a secret cavern and possess the ultimate cure for jet lag, but as we've recently learned, they have their very own language, too. According to real flight crew members, they use a whol...