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Toby Nwazor

7 Must Have Items That Are Sure to Spice up Your Vacation Anywhere

Toby Nwazor | June 25, 2016 | Travel
Credit Here's the drill: it's 2016, and summer is around the corner. If you're thinking of travelling, now is the time to try something different from the way you've been traveling for years. If this is your first time, then it's...
Bob Schulman

What Goes on in Gomorrah Stays in Gomorrah

Bob Schulman | June 24, 2016 | Travel
Tourists check out Madaba's iconic map of the Holy Land. Memo to visitors to Jordan: Besides walking in the footsteps of Jesus, Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Lot, Ruth, Elijah and John the Baptist, leave some time to browse around the Church of...
Sharon Hoge

Walking on Water - Once in a Lifetime

Sharon Hoge | June 24, 2016 | Travel
Christo's Extraordinary and Ephemeral "Floating Piers" It's an incredible undertaking, a modular floating dock system covered with gleaming golden fabric bobbing gently on the water. It took 220,000 cubes + 220,000 pins + 200 anchors + 37,000 meters of rope and 70,000...

9 Stellar Places to Stargaze | June 24, 2016 | Travel
You don't have to own a fancy computerized telescope or hold a degree in the planetary sciences to enjoy a simple night of stargazing. Here, peep the best sites for interstellar observation. By Chelsea Stuart

What UK Brexit Means for American Travelers

Travelzoo | June 24, 2016 | Travel
In a historic referendum, the UK has voted to leave the European Union, and there is much uncertainty about the future of the region and the global impact of the vote. However, there were immediate financial impacts Friday morning, with waves across the...
Laura W. Murphy

Fairness for Black Travelers

Laura W. Murphy | June 24, 2016 | Black Voices
Airbnb must build broader and enduring relationships with diverse travel, civil rights, grass roots, small business, social science and educational institutions
Antonio Busiello

Siena Palio: All In 90 Seconds

Antonio Busiello | June 24, 2016 | Travel
Siena's Palio is one of the most difficult and ancient bareback horse races in the world with origins dating back centuries. Held annually in July and August, it attracts thousands of Italians and foreign visitors.
Heather Keleher

5 Southern German Gems

Heather Keleher | June 24, 2016 | Travel
For the past six weeks, I have been living in Reutlingen in Southern Germany, travelling through verdant country sides and rolling hills swept with umber-roofed houses and ruins of stoic towers and castles. If you're planning a vacation through the dazzling south of Germany, make sure to add these locations to your list!
David Code

California's Classic Road Trip: The Pacific Coast Highway

David Code | June 24, 2016 | Travel
Most of my family's travel is international, but when my son suggested driving the Pacific Coast Highway from San Francisco down to Los Angeles, we couldn't resist.
Robert Rosenthal

Why the Aspen Classic is Actually Classic

Robert Rosenthal | June 24, 2016 | Travel
There are fine food festivals the world over these days. There's only one in Aspen. The Food & Wine Classic is inextricably linked to this glorious town, to the betterment of both. This is synergy at work.
Alyssa Ramos

10 Reasons Why Japan is Awesome for Solo Female Travel

Alyssa Ramos | June 24, 2016 | Travel
I didn't go to Japan looking to test out its safety or to see if it was or wasn't a good place for solo female travel. I'm so used to traveling on my own these days that it seems normal to me, however I have to say, I was especially blown away by my solo experience in Japan.
Sean Bradford

Sónar 2016: The Magic of Live Music

Sean Bradford | June 24, 2016 | Travel
In Barcelona, one of the world's most culturally vibrant cities, music meets technology every year for three days in June. Sónar 2016, with an artist roster as diverse as its attendees, exemplified why it is one of the most important electronic events on the calendar.

How Couples Can Live Well On $2,000 A Month In This Romantic European Locale | June 24, 2016 | Fifty
Cosmopolitan cities, glorious sunshine, delicious cuisine, and low costs -- as a retirement or second-home destination, Spain is hard to beat.
Sherry Gray

Planning A Visit To Cuba? Here's The Real Deal

Sherry Gray | June 24, 2016 | Travel
Photo Credit: Eagle Creek, reprinted with permission Growing up in Key West, I found the myth and mystery of Cuba exotic and alluring. Most of my friends were of Cuban descent, and some were immigrants. They loved living in the U.S.,...
Nadia El Ferdaoussi

Ten Of The Best Things To Do In Ibiza

Nadia El Ferdaoussi | June 24, 2016 | Travel
Something has got my attention since I've been in Ibiza. There's been a recurring and overwhelming response to the daily blogs I've been publishing and my live Instagram and Snapchat feeds from the island. People are surprised! In this...
Stephanie Crosby

5 Signs You're Homesick For A Place That Isn't Your Home

Stephanie Crosby | June 23, 2016 | Travel
Once you settle in a place and grow to truly appreciate the culture there, it becomes a part of you and your character in a way that will never go away and without the little quirks that exist only in that place you will feel a slight emptiness.
John Mariani

Reserve Cut -- A Glatt Kosher Steakhouse in NYC -- What's Not to Like?

John Mariani | June 23, 2016 | Travel
Reserve Cut clearly draws a large number of Jews of different ethnic cultures for whom everything on the menu is kosher enough, including wine, as approved by a Rabbi; that means dairy products may never be mixed with meat in any way and no shellfish may be served. Beyond that, the non-Jew need be no further concerned dining at Reserve Cut.
Isabel Leong

Hiking on Ice at Fox Glacier, New Zealand

Isabel Leong | June 23, 2016 | Travel
You have no idea how much we were looking forward to paying a visit to the famed Fox Glacier while planning our South island New Zealand travels. If the idea of sitting on a helicopter and walking on ice doesn't keep you on the edge of your seat, what will?
Danielle Nelson

Why You Should Volunteer Abroad This Summer

Danielle Nelson | June 23, 2016 | Travel
Although you can volunteer any time of the year, there is no better time than the summer months to get your butt on a plane and begin helping others. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider volunteering abroad this summer.
Kimberly Cantor

Thimphu Bhutan, The Kingdom's Capital

Kimberly Cantor | June 23, 2016 | Travel
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We flew from Kathmandu, Nepal to Paro, Bhutan on Druk Air. Bhutan Swallowtail, our tour group, recommended we arrive extra early to the airport in order to reserve window seats on the left hand side of the plane. Very precise, right?
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