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Chloe Reuter

Rise of the 'EASTs' - what do China's wealthy and adventurous travelers really want?

Chloe Reuter | December 2, 2016 | Travel
Opulent suites overlooking the Seine. Armfuls of shopping bags on Fifth Avenue. Private beaches in the Maldives. China's wealthy travelers have been there and done it. As the motivations and attitudes towards travel among this discerning group have evolved, so have the activities and destinations. Instead, today sees the...
Collette Stohler

5 Super Simple Ways To Make Friends While Traveling

Collette Stohler | November 30, 2016 | Travel
Whether you're a beginner backpacker or a veteran vagabond, all travelers will agree that the best part about travel is the friends you make along the way.
Chris Lopinto

How a survival training getaway will change your life

Chris Lopinto | December 1, 2016 | Travel
So, you thought personal retreats were reserved for lithe yoga bunnies and spirituality seekers? Think again. In our search for a slightly more rugged option, we found Shane Hobel, a wilderness survival expert who is frequently called upon by state and federal search and rescue teams for his superb tracking...
Malerie Yolen-Cohen

8 Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Your Favorite Globetrotters

Malerie Yolen-Cohen | December 1, 2016 | Travel
From slipper-like walking shoes to happy luggage, healthy trail snacks and smart- clothing - these 8 great travel accessories and tools will thrill every world traveler on your holiday gift list. ATM's Smiley Luggage: Not only is ATM Luggage well made, durable,...

Where to Play Like a Winter Olympian Near NYC | November 30, 2016 | Travel
For more stories on car-free getaways head to Biathlon. Curling. Speedskating. Luge. For the average person, these sports only mean something every four years, when the world comes together to watch and revel in the Winter Olympics. While we may...
Taylor Bybee

Gatlinburg, Tennessee: Tourist Destination & Conquerer of Wildfires!

Taylor Bybee | November 30, 2016 | Travel
In light of the recent Wildfires in east Tennessee, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what an amazing place Gatlinburg is. On Monday, November 28th, 2016, high winds blew a wildfire too close and severely damaged the Smoky Mountains, local businesses, and hundreds of Gatlinburg homes. A...
Steven Shehori

Vacation Shake-Up: Visit The Location Of Your Favorite TV Show

Steven Shehori | November 29, 2016 | Travel
Who doesn't want to insert themselves into their favorite show for a few days?
Mommy Nearest

Why Every Mom Should Travel Without Her Kids At Least Once

Mommy Nearest | November 30, 2016 | Parents
You can reconnect with yourself and who you were before kids, gain some clarity on your life, and come back home refreshed and ready take on this motherhood thing all over again.
Malerie Yolen-Cohen

20 Unsung But Fantastic Reasons to Visit Southern New Jersey Now

Malerie Yolen-Cohen | November 29, 2016 | Travel
Here's news: some towns in Southern New Jersey - in this case Haddonfield, Somers Point and Cape May - are community-minded, friendly, sophisticated, foodie-approved oases in what many outsiders believe to be tackyville USA. Indeed, if all of your information about New Jersey...
Melissa Douglas

Traveling As An Introvert

Melissa Douglas | November 29, 2016 | Travel
Read More: travel, Travel News
For the longest time, I felt that I had to apologize for my introversion, try to hide it, or try to force myself to go out when I really wasn't feeling it. As with so many things, I've realised that the most important thing is to accept being an introvert as who we are and live life and socialise on our own terms.
Christopher Elliott

Airline 'Codesharing' Is Evil And Must Be Destroyed. Here's What's In It For You.

Christopher Elliott | November 29, 2016 | Travel
Read More: Airlines, Travel News
Although Shelley Jones' complaint is common, I've never heard it from someone like her. Her problem: She's done with airline "codesharing" — a marketing arrangement in which an airline places its designator code on a flight operated by another airline, and sells tickets for that flight. She's...
Sam Cohen

Globe Trotting: 6 Tips to Travelling the World on a Tight Budget

Sam Cohen | November 30, 2016 | Travel
If wishes were horses, a lot of us would have travelled the globe over and over again just for the heck of it. However, wishes are not horses and the idea of globe hiking can seem daunting once you begin to factor in the research and finance needed to accomplish...
Nicole Leigh West

How a One Day London Stopover Helped Me Conquer 'FOMO'

Nicole Leigh West | November 29, 2016 | Travel
The stopover. A little bit of stolen time before launching into your next travel adventure. At first, it seems like a beautiful bonus, to tick one more destination off your travel bucket list. But that's before the immensity of the task renders your itchy feet senseless and directionless in a...
Joshua Berman

Car Camping and Nicaragua Travel Gear Guide: Part 2

Joshua Berman | November 28, 2016 | Travel
My goal: raise three daughters who love spending time in the outdoors. Currently ages 3, 6, and 9, this means staying in mostly front-country campgrounds, bringing just the right gear to keep it all safe, comfortable, and fun. Hopefully, I'm priming them for future backcountry...
Megan Brame-Finkelstein

How to Save for Your Next Vacation (Without Really Trying)

Megan Brame-Finkelstein | November 30, 2016 | Travel
With winter right around the corner, many of us are dreaming about getting away from the short days and cold nights. While you might be hanging out on Pinterest, looking at tropical destinations and thinking about where your next jet set might be, your bank account might be singing another...
Max Gladwell

The Best Places to Eat in Park City, Utah

Max Gladwell | November 28, 2016 | Travel
Park City, Utah, is a little metropolis in the wilderness. In other words, it's true mountain living with many of the comforts of a big city, such as great restaurants. In fact, SKI Magazine rated Deer Valley Resort #1 for food in its 2017 reader survey. Whether you're coming to town...
Victoria Yore

How To Visit Iceland Without Breaking The Bank

Victoria Yore | November 28, 2016 | Travel
Although it is one of the most expensive countries in the world, it is totally possible to visit Iceland on a budget. Instead of swearing it off forever, there are more than a few ways that you can save money on a trip to this far-flung arctic island.
Malte Zeeck

Duesseldorf Most Popular Expat Destination in Germany, with Hamburg Trailing Far Behind

Malte Zeeck | November 28, 2016 | Travel
Duesseldorf and Munich are among the most popular cities for expats around the world, attracting foreign nationals with a high quality of life and outstanding job opportunities Melbourne, Houston, and Madrid top the list of the best cities to live abroad according to previously unreleased data from the third annual...
John Mariani

Eating Out in New Orleans, Part One

John Mariani | November 28, 2016 | Travel
BRENNAN'S 417 Royal Street 504-525-9711 Saving Brennan's from both Katrina's ravages and a massive prior debt was a risky proposition for any restaurateur, for as venerable as the old place was, many thought its time had passed. But, if anyone...

The Best Things to Do in Bristol, Rhode Island | November 29, 2016 | Travel
For more stories on car-free getaways head to Bristol, Rhode Island is a New England town that is made for car-free coastal exploration. It is situated on the tip of the East Bay Bike Path, so cyclists can enjoy pastoral...
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