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Doing Mexico City In Style

Vitamin Daily | Posted 12.10.2012 | Travel
Vitamin Daily

It could take years to explore this city, one of the world's largest.

Don't Pity Us Because We Don't Want Kids. Be Happy for Us.

Norma Lizeth Morales | Posted 12.09.2012 | Women
Norma Lizeth Morales

I could not be happier for loved ones who choose to become parents. For some it is their true calling. But for others, myself and my husband included, it isn't. If you are our friends and loved ones, be happy for us. Because we are.

Wondering Where To Go On Your Honeymoon? Read This

U.S. News Travel | Posted 12.09.2012 | Weddings
U.S. News Travel

Honeymooning isn't always as easy as it seems: You've got plane tickets to book, rooms to reserve, and costs to consider, not to mention the daunting task of deciding where you want to go.

A Stylish Guide To London's West End

The Purple Passport | Posted 12.09.2012 | Travel
The Purple Passport

Make for media hub Bloomsbury, where high-profile publishers and digital media firms abound and cultural institutions like the British Museum and University of London set a smart, worldly tone.

PHOTOS: The Northeast's Most Haunted Hotels

Oyster | Posted 12.09.2012 | Travel

In fact, some of our favorite hotels -- quaint rooms, delicious restaurants, friendly staff -- host resident ghosts.

PHOTOS: The World's Coolest Boat Hotels

Conde Nast Traveler | Posted 12.09.2012 | Travel
Conde Nast Traveler

From small and scrappy vessels to big barges, boats of all stripes have inspired unique accommodations.

Finding My Bar In Havana

Tyler Wetherall | Posted 12.09.2012 | Travel
Tyler Wetherall

I wanted to find my bar. The bar that I would return to again and again; I would have a favorite drink; I would know the name of the barman; and every time I went, I would walk away with either interesting stories or interesting friends.

Celebrating Zaragoza's Fiestas Del Pilar

Lori Needleman | Posted 10.08.2012 | Travel
Lori Needleman

Every year, hundreds of thousands of Catholics and non-Catholics alike visit the Basílica to kiss that very pillar seeking protection and showing their faith and love for Virgen del Pilar.

Air Travel Complaint? Here's How An Airline CEO Might Reply

George Hobica | Posted 12.08.2012 | Travel
George Hobica

"No, flying isn't what it used to be. It's faster. And safer. And cheaper, adjusted for inflation."

Naples, A City Of Contradictions

Sivan Askayo | Posted 12.08.2012 | Travel
Sivan Askayo

The old monastic grounds next to the church now serve as a shelter for the needy and homeless of the city. You can't miss the church even from afar.

PHOTOS: 8 Unique Hotel Activities Around The World | Posted 12.08.2012 | Travel

While there's certainly nothing wrong with a game of golf or tennis, sometimes it's nice to mix things up and try something that's a little out of the ordinary.

Lithuania: The Hill of Crosses

Oneika Raymond | Posted 12.07.2012 | Black Voices
Oneika Raymond

No one knows for certain how the practice of putting down crosses started, but in more recent times it has come to symbolize the enduring committment of Lithuanians to their country and staunchly Catholic identity.

How To Vacation Like Your Favorite TV Star | Posted 12.07.2012 | Travel

In celebration of the new season of fall television, we ran the numbers to find out what kind of vacation some of our favorite characters could afford to take if they spent six percent of their fictional salaries on travel.

Eating Well In Venezuela

Julie Meyer, RD | Posted 12.07.2012 | Travel
Julie Meyer, RD

Plagued with violence, corruption and lengthy warnings from the US government, the current situation in Venezuela has been less than tourist-friendly in recent years -- which is a big bummer considering that their country is so beautiful and their food is so yummy and healthy.

PHOTOS: Little Italys Across The U.S.

Oyster | Posted 12.06.2012 | Travel

Manhattan's Little Italy may be the best known, but old-world enclaves bursting with Italian culture can be found across the country.

7 Best Vacations With Kids Under 7

U.S. News Travel | Posted 12.06.2012 | Travel
U.S. News Travel

Young kids haven't quite learned to eye-roll. In most cases, mommy and daddy are still heroes, so you might as well capitalize on that while you can. Go on: Impart your worldly wisdom, share your interests and infect your kids with the travel bug before it's too late!

PHOTOS: 5 Adventures Perfect For Fall

Shermans Travel | Posted 12.05.2012 | Travel
Shermans Travel

Each of these fall travel adventures selected by the ShermansTravel team is bound to give you a one-of-a-kind perspective on the bold waves of crimson, fiery-orange and golden hues that sweep the country at this time of year.

My Week In Delhi

Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. | Posted 12.05.2012 | Travel
Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq.

I spent seven days in Delhi and what a wonderful introduction to India it was. As I start the next part of my journey in Mumbai, I wanted to reflect on the first week of my Eisenhower Fellowship.

PHOTOS: Hotel Proof That The French Hate Working Out

Oyster | Posted 12.05.2012 | Travel

In our new series, Oyster Stats, we're sharing surprising tidbits on a range of topics using data we've accumulated from our hotel coverage and site traffic. Check out our latest find: proof that the French hate working out.

PHOTOS: World's Most Over-The-Top Hotel Suites

Conde Nast Traveler | Posted 12.05.2012 | Travel
Conde Nast Traveler

Believe it or not, luxury hotels can't build suites fast enough to keep up with skyrocketing demand. As a growing international elite takes the lid off luxury, Christian L. Wright checks into some extraordinary rooms for a taste of the really good life.

Flying to College: How to Conquer Baggage Fees

Courtland Thomas | Posted 12.04.2012 | College
Courtland Thomas

When it comes to orientation week (and any other in-between semester breaks), there are many, many advantages involved in flying. How's a comprehensive guide to do so.

10 Amazing Free Hotel Amenities

SmarterTravel | Posted 12.04.2012 | Travel

Sure, you've used the standard hotel amenities that crowd the bathroom counter and dot your guest room's monogrammed pillows. But these days, miniature toiletries and stale mints just won't cut it for the pleasure-seeking traveler. Ten properties from around the country are taking their guest services to the next level, wooing visitors with everything from a personal tanning butler to free bike rentals for exploring the city.

Two Passports: My Traveling Life

Andrew Lam | Posted 12.04.2012 | Travel
Andrew Lam

Two passports -- one new, the other old -- arrived in the mail the other day. The new, with its tough, blue covers and pristine, rigid pages that still resist my prying fingers is a stark contrast to the ink-stained, mud-smeared epic next to it, now punctured by the passport agency and rendered obsolete by the State Department.

The Best Travel Destinations Seen On Screen

Food & Wine | Posted 12.04.2012 | Travel
Food & Wine

Food & Wine names the best travel destinations seen on screen.

7 Insider Tips For Enjoying Japan

Amy Chavez | Posted 12.04.2012 | Travel
Amy Chavez

If you're traveling to Japan, slide right in with the culture with these seven tips.