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Five Ways to Kill Time in Kilkenny, Ireland

Posted March 23, 2011 | 19:13:52 (EST)

Less than two hours from Dublin lies Kilkenny, Ireland's medieval city.

While most head to Ireland's capital for their first visit to the Emerald Isle, it doesn't hurt to get outside the city and see some of Ireland's smaller charming towns.

Kilkenny's location makes it an easy choice...

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Five Unique Experiences in Lisbon, Portugal

Posted March 1, 2011 | 17:03:07 (EST)

If you drive through Lisbon, you will quickly learn why the hotel concierge cautions you about its seven hills. The city is a bustling hillside maze that is quickly becoming popular among travelers looking for something new.

Portugal's capital definitely warrants all of those spots on "must see in...

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Five Culturally Stimulating Destinations for Spring Break 2011

Posted January 31, 2011 | 08:13:48 (EST)

For those of us in snowy climates, a warm spring break getaway is essential to the preservation of our sanity.

Have you already planned yours? If not, here are five tempting, culturally stimulating (and equally relaxing) destinations to consider (all of them are rich in vitamin D).

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Top Five Things to Do in Istanbul, Turkey (PHOTOS)

Posted January 28, 2011 | 09:38:00 (EST)

Vibrant and diverse, Istanbul is by far one of the most fascinating cities on the globe.

If you are lucky enough to get there in the near future, here are some sights and activities you definitely should not miss out on, especially if it is your first trip to this...

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Top 5 Public Metros in Europe

Posted January 7, 2011 | 09:00:49 (EST)

Public transportation is a necessary part of most trips. During my travels through Europe I, like many others, have experienced the good, bad and ugly of public transportation. Here are my votes for the top 5 public transportation systems in European cities. My judging criteria included ease of...

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Holiday Gifts for Wine Lovers: Wine Tours

Posted December 14, 2010 | 17:29:54 (EST)

While the simplest gift for a wine lover is certainly a bottle of vino, going straight to the source is a truly unique experience--and since no one likes to travel alone, it can be a bit of a treat for someone the wine lover loves, too. It's a happy coincidence...

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Global Holiday Cocktails and Appetizers

Posted December 8, 2010 | 13:30:55 (EST)

Are you hosting a dinner or cocktail party this holiday season? Tired of serving the same old cheese plate, cookies and cocktails? Why not draw from your travels for culinary inspiration? Here are some of my favorite beverages and finger foods for internationally inspired holiday gatherings.

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Few holiday drinks...

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Putting the "Travel" Back in Business Travel

Posted December 2, 2010 | 12:05:07 (EST)

You see them at the airport and in the hotel lobby, frequently toting a leather laptop bag. Perhaps you are even one of them, the business travelers, those that don't travel just to travel but rather for their jobs. The men are usually in a suit or nice shirt, walking...

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Charity:Water Raises $600,000 in NYC

Posted November 17, 2010 | 16:52:18 (EST)

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Any whiskey lover knows the name Macallan. The legendary Scotch distillery has been producing their signature single malts since 1824, but this year, created something very special, for a very special cause. They partnered with the crystal house, Lalique,...

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Five Forgotten Destinations You Should Remember (PHOTOS)

Posted November 12, 2010 | 10:55:53 (EST)

As I handed my boarding pass to the less than enthused TSA agent, she said, "AR? Is that Arizona?" I said, "No, it's Arkansas." She remarked, "Arkansas, interesting. I have never heard of anyone going there."

It is true. Arkansas may be the most forgotten state in the United States....

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Top 5 of 2010 (PHOTOS): Travel News That Made You Say 'Whoa!'

Posted November 9, 2010 | 13:58:02 (EST)

Soon travel pundits will reflect on year-to-date industry happenings and issue their "2010 top travel stories" lists. They'll talk about airline fees, dissect TSA regulation changes and recap mergers and acquisitions. We've sprinkled some of these items into our own top 10 list, but we're all about the sensational stuff...

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Five Rules of Flying Economy Class

Posted November 8, 2010 | 15:03:02 (EST)

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You'd love to fly first class on every international flight. But as reality would have it, you're not made of money, don't have Elite status yet and can't redeem loyalty points for certain trips. Thus you, oh frugal one, are stuck traveling nine hours...

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Tips For Surviving Holiday Travel With Family

Posted November 8, 2010 | 14:47:57 (EST)

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Car rides sing with "are we there yet"s. Siblings squabble over the window seat on the airplane. The leader of the pack takes charge of the map as mom groans over being the official timekeeper. As the holidays creep in, you may...

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