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Galina Nemirovsky

Backpacking Through Europe in the 1990s

Galina Nemirovsky | September 24, 2016 | Travel
Before TripAdvisor and Yelp, before cell phones and before 9/11, I had Let's Go Europe, an oversized bright yellow softcover book which served as our travel bible. In the summer of 1998, my boyfriend at the time and I backpacked through Europe. Completely contradictory to my naturally controlling...
Rick Steves

Video: Take A Peek At Our Fun-Filled Visit To Arnhem's Open-Air Museum

Rick Steves | September 23, 2016 | Travel
The Arnhem Open-Air Museum, about halfway to Germany from Amsterdam, is like a fun dose of Dutch culture on a lazy Susan for busy travelers.

Great Britons in British Columbia - Plan Your Own Royal Visit

Travelzoo | September 23, 2016 | Travel
This weekend British Columbia welcomes the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, and with that an influx of attention to its beautiful cities and breathtaking islands. With an office in London -- where the royal couple live -- and an office in Vancouver, global travel deals company Travelzoo...
Liz Stephenson

Digital Nomadism : Things To Consider

Liz Stephenson | September 23, 2016 | Travel
Obviously I'm new to this whole thing, and probably will fail a hundred times over, hate where I am, and cry to go home. BUT hey, I'm an over privileged millennial would you expect anything less?
Karin E. Baker

5 Things I Discovered on My First Cruise

Karin E. Baker | September 23, 2016 | Travel
I never had much interest in going on a cruise, and I've noticed that that's a fairly common sentiment. If you fancy yourself the adventurous sort, or love delving into culture when you travel, it's easy to turn up your nose at the idea of spending your vacation time on a cruise.

Would You Live In A Place Called "Buttzville"?

Refinery29 | September 23, 2016 | Travel
Photo via Getty Images. Most places are named after other places; just ask New Jersey, New York, New Haven, New Orleans, New Hampshire, etc. There's not usually a ton of creativity involved. But for every "New [Insert other place]," there's a...
Joshua Berman

Colorado Hot Springs Loop: Year-Round Soaking Beckons Roadtrippers

Joshua Berman | September 22, 2016 | Travel
It is Week Three of our month-long discovery trip through western Colorado. My wife, three daughters, and I are water-soaked, wizened road warriors, more than halfway through our quest to visit every major hot springs in Colorado. The car smells like sulphur and campfires; bathing suits and towels are draped over seat backs and we are on our way to the next set of pools.
Rick Steves

Video: Absorbing Dutch History Out in the Open

Rick Steves | September 22, 2016 | Travel
A tour guide is a teacher of culture, and in Europe, each country's open-air folk museum provides the perfect classroom -- a sprawling park filled with historic and traditional buildings from every corner of the country for visitors to stroll through and travel...
Jeryl Brunner

Exploring Anaheim Beyond Disneyland

Jeryl Brunner | September 22, 2016 | Travel
For many of us Anaheim makes us think of Mickey Mouse and Disneyland. After all, the theme park has drawn hundreds of millions of people since it opened in 1955. But unexpected treasures can be found just outside Disney's walls.
Dwight Brown

Toronto Comes Alive During 2016 International Film Festival

Dwight Brown | September 22, 2016 | Travel
There are film festivals all over the world. Few however, take over an entire city and engage locals and visitors on the level of the Toronto International Film Festival. An estimated 480,000 filmgoers attend screenings, eyeball celebrities and scout out the up-and-coming filmmakers at TIFF.
Dane Steele Green

What Is Luxury Travel and Who Calls The Shots?

Dane Steele Green | September 22, 2016 | Travel
This is one of those cases where a term is used so often that it loses its meaning: "luxury travel." Almost anything today can be "luxury": travel, cars, apartments, food, spirits, clothes, Jacuzzis, rehab centers, and on Airbnb I found a listing described as a "luxury church." Thomas Aquinas is spinning in his grave on that one.

12 Amazing Places Most Millennials Will Never See

Refinery29 | September 22, 2016 | Travel
The world is full of magical hidden wonders. Need proof? The talented team at Atlas Obscura spent the past five years working on a gorgeous, 480-page book that uncovers 600 of the strangest, most fascinating, and downright bizarre places...

15 Bucket List Hotels We're Completely Obsessed With

Refinery29 | September 22, 2016 | Travel
Photo courtesy of Amangiri. The world has a lot of hotels, some better than others. Certain properties are 100% worth adding to your must-stay travel bucket list, whether its because they have a great location, great amenities, or a serious sense of...

10 Destinations to Visit Before A Natural Disaster Happens

Gogobot | September 22, 2016 | Travel
By Becky Mahan More people than ever before live in cities. In places likely to experience a natural disaster (think tsunamis, or floods on the coast or earthquakes on tectonic fault lines) are especially vulnerable to catastrophe. It's easy to forget the threat when years, or even centuries(!), go...
Bob Schulman

Reggae Chestnuts Await Travelers to Europe

Bob Schulman | September 22, 2016 | Travel
King Solomon snuggles up to the visiting Queen of Sheba in Jerusalem. Most Americans never heard of them, but a band of young singers from the West Indies came up with one of the United Kingdom's 10 best selling single records of all...
Shermans Travel

Save Face: The Best Beauty Products for Travel

Shermans Travel | September 22, 2016 | Travel
By Anne Roderique-Jones for ShermansTravel Packing is a chore, especially when it's time to transfer your toiletries into travel-sized containers. Jet-setters know to have a bag dedicated to pint-sized products, but there's no reason to hoard whatever cheap hotel shampoos...
Rick Steves

With This Spotify Playlist, You Too Can Be a Tour-Guide DJ

Rick Steves | September 21, 2016 | Travel
Photo: The Travelphile When I was a small boy, my dad and I "invented" something we called "stereo ears" -- if you cup your ears at a concert, you hear a much broader array of sounds...
Rick Steves

Sharing the Joys of Discovery

Rick Steves | September 20, 2016 | Travel
Photo: The Travelphile My life's mission is teaching Europe to Americans in a meaningful and challenging way that is economic, efficient, unforgettable, and wildly fun. (With my staff, we do that three...
Tom Conrad

Fall Beer Tour Alert: Lady Brewers Pull Back The Curtain On Germany's Craft Beer Scene

Tom Conrad | September 20, 2016 | Travel
On tap for the Pink Boots Society's Beer Bratwurst and Beyond Fall Road Tour: Sister Doris, Germany's Last Beer-Brewing Nun and Under-the-Radar Craft Breweries in Germany. As Germany works itself into a public froth celebrating the 500th anniversary of its beer purity law...
Shannon Ullman

How to Make Money While Traveling

Shannon Ullman | September 20, 2016 | Travel
Going to an actual place of work doesn't have to be a bad thing, especially if that place happens to be in an interesting destination. There are a lot of odd jobs to be had in short periods of time and I have experienced picking up barista work in Thailand, farming work in New Zealand, hostel jobs in Europe and movie extra gigs in Vietnam.
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