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What's New in the New England Après Ski Scene?

Liftopia | Posted 11.07.2014 | Travel

There's very little "new" in New England and that's just the way we like it. We're proud of our history in this little corner of the country, including home to some of the oldest ski resorts in the nation.

Now and Then

Susanne Mentzer | Posted 11.11.2014 | Arts
Susanne Mentzer

I have to believe that if I had the access to social networking and the Internet that exists today, I would have experienced less isolation.

10 Most Important Travel Documents When Traveling With Kids

Aimee Chan | Posted 11.07.2014 | Travel
Aimee Chan

Unlike business travel or backpacking, travel with kids requires quite a bit of pre-planning and paperwork. Sadly, you cannot just arrive at the airport with your passport and an e-ticket on your phone.

Travel Well for Less: How to Save on Accommodations

Suzan Haskins and Dan Prescher | Posted 11.07.2014 | Travel
Suzan Haskins and Dan Prescher

Well, there are lots of ways to score discounted (or even free) accommodations these days. We've done it ourselves in both our personal travel and for our work for International Living.

LOOK: Bondi Sculptures Cause A Seaside Spectacle

Dominique Kane | Posted 11.07.2014 | Arts
Dominique Kane

My home has been taken over by 109 sculptures. They're making quite a spectacle of themselves and no one wants to miss it.

What It's Like Inside The World's Most Dangerous Ski Race

Jo Piazza | Posted 11.07.2014 | Travel
Jo Piazza

This article was written by Yahoo Travel Editor in Chief Paula Froelich When one thinks of Afghanistan, one usually does not think of skiing. There...

Worthy of the Commander-in-Chief: A Dozen Hotels Where U.S. Presidents Have Stayed

Oyster | Posted 11.06.2014 | Travel

While leading the country is one of the harder jobs you can have, it does come with a few perks. We imagine the extensive traveling is exhausting, but at least it gives presidents the chance to see some amazing places and stay in some of the world's most luxurious hotels: Four-poster beds, dining rooms, and spacious bathrooms are always on the checklist.

A Stroll Down Hudson, NY's Warren Street

Sarah Stodola | Posted 11.06.2014 | Travel
Sarah Stodola

Perched along the river of the same name, Hudson, New York was once the 24th largest city in the United States, an important trading post and site of Martin Van Buren's first law practice.

The Caviar of Subways: Russia

Ana Garcia | Posted 11.06.2014 | Travel
Ana Garcia

If you are traveling to St. Petersburg, Russia most everyone will say, you must see The Hermitage Museum, the Faberge Collection and Catherine Palace. Yes, you must, but you should also ride the metro because it's so unexpectedly beautiful.

'Free' Still Flys! - Domestic Flights With Free Amenities

Bobby Laurie | Posted 11.06.2014 | Travel
Bobby Laurie

The airline industry has seen many changes over the past few years, what used to be included in the cost of an airline ticket is now "a-la-carte" and sometimes there seems to be a fee for everything.

Veterans Day Deals From Sea to Shining Sea

trivago | Posted 11.06.2014 | Travel

© Devereaux Shields House B&B This Veterans Day, hotels and B&Bs across the nation are celebrating the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who h...

Are You Ashamed of Where You Grew Up?

Findery | Posted 11.06.2014 | Travel

If you're ashamed of where you grew up, you shouldn't be. Some of our greatest heroes and most famous celebrities came from humble backgrounds. And all of these places are worth a visit.

Rediscovering Berlin 25 Years After the Fall of the Wall

Vayable | Posted 11.06.2014 | Travel

One of the things to love about Berlin is that -- as historically rich as it is -- it's also an incredibly forward-looking city, bustling with new art, creative types, great food, and sights to see that seem to change by the hour.

A Classic Italian Restaurant Enters The Steakhouse Wars

John Mariani | Posted 11.06.2014 | Taste
John Mariani

The menu is a mix of Il Mulino favorites from the past 30 years, along with all the requisite chophouse items.

Hawaiian Weapons in Battle for Market Share; Seaweed and Ukulele Charm

Christine Negroni | Posted 11.05.2014 | Travel
Christine Negroni

Hawaiian comfort food like Spam Musubi is part of the differentiation and it doesn't stop there. The marketing plan may have started out with the airline wanting to give slices of the Hawaiian life to travelers, but the locals wanted to make their own cultural contribution.

5 Packing Tips for a Cold Weather Getaway

Go Ahead Tours | Posted 11.05.2014 | Travel
Go Ahead Tours

With the holidays fast approaching, many of us will be packing suitcases and driving or flying to visit family. But let's face it: packing for cold winter weather is no easy task. Here are five packing tips to maximize space when headed for cooler temps.

In Thailand: Tourism & the Elephant

George Hobica | Posted 11.05.2014 | Travel
George Hobica

Tourists come to Thailand for many reasons: genuine Thai cuisine, which uses authentic ingredients that never make it to U.S. shores; the friendly p...

Before Joining A Loyalty Program, Pick Your Destinations First

U.S. News Travel | Posted 11.12.2014 | Travel
U.S. News Travel

What's the "right" program? The answer to that question is another question -- where do you want to go?

When Once Is Not Enough

Tess Rinaldo | Posted 11.06.2014 | College
Tess Rinaldo

While seeing the world and its wide expanse of colorful cultures, ardent belief systems and timeless architecture is important, I feel that spending time in the particular places that have your heart is just as significant and worth pursuing.

Strangers With Candy: Drug Smuggling in China

Dane Steele Green | Posted 11.05.2014 | Crime
Dane Steele Green

Takuma Sakuragi, a 70-year-old Japanese politician infamous for his fiery, anti-Chinese rhetoric, is on trial for drug smuggling -- in China. No amount of diplomacy will adequately explain away the 3.3 kilograms, just a little over seven pounds, of methamphetamine in his luggage.

Carla Herreria

How Living In His Car Set This Photographer Free | Carla Herreria | Posted 11.06.2014 | Healthy Living

In September, Joseph threw everything he owned into storage and moved into a rusted, steel blue, '83 Volvo station wagon he bought for $800. His re...

8 Hot Tubs in Cool Places

Joy Pecknold | Posted 11.04.2014 | Travel
Joy Pecknold

Baby, it's getting colder outside, but that's nothing a little hot tub can't fix. There's no shortage of pools and Jacuzzis to be found around the globe, but for those in search of more spectacular ones -- be it en suite or under the stars -- this is your list.

5 Adorable English Inns

Oyster | Posted 11.04.2014 | Travel

From former coach inns to historic guest houses, these hotels remind us of the quaint buildings and homes we dreamed of holing up in for the season after watching The Holiday on repeat.

The Most Dangerous Islands In The World

The Active Times | Posted 11.08.2014 | Travel
The Active Times

Thankfully, holiday season is just the time to get out and explore, go to a relaxing and rejuvenating island getaway. And though islands seem like a perfect escape in comparison to the harsh winter winds, there are some to sail far and clear from.

Here's What Happens When Someone Sneezes On An Airplane

The Huffington Post | Jacqueline Howard | Posted 11.04.2014 | Science

A new computer simulation (above) shows the yucky truth about the spread of potentially infectious germs when someone sneezes on a crowded airliner. ...