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Yonderbound: Disrupting Travel Booking and Breaking Tech's Glass Ceiling

Lin Humphrey | Posted 10.27.2014 | Business
Lin Humphrey

In my past career in travel ecommerce, one of the key issues I ran into was the extremely structured data format received from traditional reservation systems, which left little room for innovating the booking process.

The World's Most Beautiful Coastal Drives

Conde Nast Traveler | Posted 10.27.2014 | Travel
Conde Nast Traveler

After rounding up the best coastal drives in the U.S., Australia, and Ireland, you responded with your favorite ocean roads around the globe.

Tips From the Travel Pros: Best Apps for Your Instagram Photos

Stephanie Be | Posted 10.27.2014 | Travel
Stephanie Be

Fortunately, there's this medium called Instagram, which allows us to post photos at a portion of the size. There's no reason for me not to improve my photos when they're thumb-sized. Especially when there are numerous apps that can easily boost an Instagram photo's quality.

10 Best Underwater Adventures in the World

Fodor's | Posted 10.27.2014 | Travel

Life on land offers plenty of tantalizing options for adventure travelers, but there's a whole other world of excitement waiting under the sea. You do...

This Is Not Your Grandmother's Afternoon Tea

Lois Alter Mark | Posted 10.27.2014 | Taste
Lois Alter Mark

Inspired by the season's most sophisticated runway fashions, all the pastries and confections are designed after specific looks.

Global Entry vs. TSA PreCheck: Which One Is Right for You?

Fodor's | Posted 10.27.2014 | Travel

If you travel frequently, streamlining the process is essential to getting in and out of airports (and to wherever you're going) as quickly as possibl...

25 Things To Do In New York This Fall

Fodor's | Posted 10.27.2014 | Travel

New York is an exciting place any time of year, but the ideal time to visit is fall. Following the relatively slow summer months, the cultural calenda...

No, Anchovies Are Not Always Salt-Cured

Edward Schneider | Posted 08.27.2014 | Taste
Edward Schneider

The bright, sour fillets upended my expectations of both flavor and texture.

A Day Trip To Oia, Santorini, Greece: What Not To Miss

Leora Novick | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel
Leora Novick

While I thoroughly recommend spending as much time as possible in Santorini, sometimes all you have is the option of one day. If you find yourself island hopping throughout Greece, here is your itinerary for exploring Oia, on the island of Santorini.

Best Places to Cruise This Fall

U.S. News Travel | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel
U.S. News Travel

The stretch between summer and winter affords relatively crowd-free ports and fewer passengers on board (kids are back in school), translating to plenty of opportunities to commune with nature.

7 Great American Lakes for your End of Summer Getaway

Claire Gallam | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel
Claire Gallam

As a girl who grew up next to a lake until she was 12, I know just how incredible that fresh water sea breeze is, how small you feel when you're staring into the great unknown from a ferryboat. There's something innately special about a few days at the lake that just can't be explained or replicated.

New York's The Writing Room Banishes the Ghost of Elaine's

John Mariani | Posted 10.26.2014 | Taste
John Mariani

When Elaine Kaufmann, owner of the upper east side Manhattan restaurant that bore her name, died three years ago, obituaries paid homage to a woman whose reputation as the maternal cosseter of two generations of writers made her place legendary. No one, however, ever said anything good about the food.

7 Secrets of Seattle

Kerri Allen | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel
Kerri Allen

Seattle is renowned as the home of Kurt Cobain, the venti Frappuccino and depression-inducing drizzle (see: Cobain). But it's also home to the chillest cops in the nation, Eddie Bauer's iconic down jacket and a weird rivalry with Tacoma. Here are a couple of other Seattle secrets you may have never known.

Home. Where's That?

Lisa Stadnyk-Webb | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel
Lisa Stadnyk-Webb

I may miss out on having an easy answer when someone asks me where I'm from, but I feel blessed to have enough places that fill me with happiness to make me struggle with the question.

Family Travel Planning for Outdoor Adventures- Los Tweens

Cristy Clavijo-Kish | Posted 10.21.2014 | Travel
Cristy Clavijo-Kish

Our family absolutely loves the National Parks. We planned and waited until our twin girls turned eight so we could head out on our first real adventure including hiking in Yellowstone National Park.

End Airplane Advertised Ticket Tax Price Secrecy

Job Creators Network | Posted 10.26.2014 | Politics
Job Creators Network

No business can survive by hiding prices. It is clear the federal government doesn't have the price discipline of a business, but that should not allow it to force this bad behavior onto the airlines.

Rejecting Consumerism: On Losing And Letting Go

Leora Novick | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel
Leora Novick

As an avid traveler, I pride myself on my sense of being in the moment with each new journey and destination. Yet the second my camera, the proof of "how much fun I was having" was lost, I became inconsolable. It forced the unpleasant question of the motivation behind my travel.

16 Accessories to Improve Your Travel Experience | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel

If you are planning a late summer vacation of your own, here is a rundown of some of our favorite travel accessories to help you get the most out of your trip.

Summering in Scandinavia: Heat Things Up in the Land of the Midnight Sun

Oyster | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel

There is more to these Northern European countries than meets the eye -- and it's not all winter and chill.

Does Every Nation Need Its Very Own Airline?

George Hobica | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel
George Hobica

As flag carriers like Alitalia, LOT, and Malaysia continue to lose money and market share to leaner operations such as Air Asia and Ryanair, one wonders how long national pride will take precedence over economic reason.

My First Flight With the Wright Brothers Was Terrible

Oren Mendez | Posted 10.26.2014 | Comedy
Oren Mendez

Another awful thing about this whole flight was the food. I know you shouldn't expect too much from airline food, but this was abysmal. Wilbur's girlfriend at the time made some soup, which was not a good choice for an open air flight.

10 Tiny Travel Accessories Fit for Your Keychain

SmarterTravel | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel

Your bag is packed. Your carry-on is arranged. But is your keychain ready? With so many travel-friendly items that can ride along with your keys, customizing your ring for each trip can be the highlight of your travel-prep routine.

How to Fly Like a Pro

SmarterTravel | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel

(Photo: Getty Images/E+) Ever wonder what the pros know that you don't? How they get the best seats, save time and money, and avoid hassles? We've ...

Fear of Flying

Marcia Liss | Posted 10.26.2014 | Comedy
Marcia Liss


Explore Rich Heritage In South Korea's 'Hyper-Efficient' Capital

AP | AMIR BIBAWY | Posted 10.26.2014 | Travel

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's hyper-efficient capital doesn't immediately spring to mind when you think of exotic Asian destinations. But ...