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Robin Leach's Most Expensive Vegas Attractions of 2015

HooplaHa | January 31, 2015 | Travel
Who better than Robin Leach to take you inside the exclusive world of the SUPER RICH? See how the "other half" lives in Las Vegas without spending a dime! #LuxeVegas takes you inside the glamorous and luxurious spending habits of the uber wealthy!

Top Attractions to See (for Free!) With the IDNYC Card

Travelzoo | January 30, 2015 | Travel
The identification card, available to all New York City residents, was launched in January as an effort to allow vulnerable populations such as the homeless and undocumented immigrants to take advantage of city services that require a government-issued ID.
Anne E. Collins

How We Traveled the World on $40 a Day and You Can Too

Anne E. Collins | January 30, 2015 | Travel
When we tell people that we traveled to 302 cities in 33 countries across 6 continents for our honeymoon, they generally assume we are millionaires--far from it.
Bob Schulman

Clickless in Ephesus: How I Missed (What's left of) the Wonder of Wonders

Bob Schulman | January 30, 2015 | Travel
I took a whole bunch of pictures at the old Greco-Roman city of Ephesus. Actually, I didn't know much about this spot on the Turkish coast before our cruise ship stopped at the port of Kusadasi, from which it's a half-hour bus ride to the ruins.
Richard Powell

Break the Bucket List: See the Greatest Light Show on Earth

Richard Powell | January 30, 2015 | Travel
Gazing out of the plane on the approach and spying the first indication of dry land for hours below revealed little more than a craggy, frozen coastline and an apparently inhospitable, snow-covered hinterland.
Aimee Chan

Why Travel With Kids, By Kids

Aimee Chan | January 30, 2015 | Travel
I can give lots of reasons to pack up all the gear and invest in a family holiday -- phrases such as global citizen, cultural tolerance and lifelong shared memories come to mind.
William D. Chalmers

Can There be a World's Greatest Traveler? Yes!

William D. Chalmers | January 30, 2015 | Travel
Every traveler I know, be they armchair wannabes, neophytes, blog writers, media personalities or travel industry professionals, all believe that they have it wired and know the best way to travel.

The 10 Sexiest Neighborhoods in America

Thrillist | January 30, 2015 | Travel
We already told you about the sexiest neighborhoods in the world. And while strolling the beaches of Ipanema sounds just dandy this time of year, the cost of a plane ticket to Brazil -- or any of those other places -- does not. But hey, we have plenty of sexy 'hoods, from New York to California, that don't require a passport to visit.

Top 10 Underground Cities

Cheapflights | January 30, 2015 | Travel
In cities large and small around the global, there's a whole other world lying beneath the streets. Shaped by history, weather and geography, these underground cities are fascinating foundations and reflections of life above.
Amanda Roosa

7 Biggest Problems of Reverse Culture Shock

Amanda Roosa | January 30, 2015 | Travel
These are things you don't really take time to consider before returning home. You're too excited at the idea of seeing your much loved and much missed friends and family.
Cruise Critic

Five Cruise Trends to Watch in 2015

Cruise Critic | January 30, 2015 | Travel
Between faster Internet, more options for cruisers traveling alone and pick-your-own deals, 2015 is shaping up to be a great year for cruisers. Whether you've set sail numerous times or are contemplating taking your first cruise, this year promises to be a memorable one for those hitting the high seas.
U.S. News Travel

Airfare Trends on the Rise in 2015

U.S. News Travel | January 29, 2015 | Travel
According to a new report from Expedia, it's a great year to be a traveler. The report, released in December 2014 and co-produced with data from the Airlines Reporting Corporation, offers mostly encouraging news for travelers
Halle Eavelyn

An American In Cuba - Part IV

Halle Eavelyn | January 29, 2015 | Travel
Today we are going to check into the Melia Cohiba, part of a Spanish chain of hotels I love in both Bali and Madrid.
Abby Tegnelia

A Fantastic Voyage To Northern California's Wine Country

Abby Tegnelia | January 30, 2015 | Fifty
I live so close to Napa and Sonoma that I go about twice a month -- and have explored wineries and tasting rooms all over California. What I love about it is that it offers something for everyone.

Costa Rica Family Adventures

Findery | January 29, 2015 | Travel
Most travel stories of Costa Rica consist of young, adventurous backpackers excited to discover the natural beauty of the one of the world's most eco-friendly travel destinations. What is not often talked about is how much this Central American country has to offer outdoor-loving traveling families as well, and what an enriching experience it can be for little ones.
Kathleen Peddicord

Neckties, White Wine, and a Long and Sunny Coastline

Kathleen Peddicord | January 29, 2015 | Travel
Neckties and wine. Croatia may be better known for its long coast along the sparkling green Adriatic and its tumultuous, 1,000-year-long history, but, when I think of Croatia, I think of neckties and wine.

5 Best Family Trips for Presidents' Day Weekend

MiniTime | January 29, 2015 | Travel
A number of school districts around the country even give the kids the whole week off now, offering you the chance to turn a three-day jaunt into a real vacation.

Video: A Colorful Visit to Cincinnati's American Sign Museum

Roadtrippers | January 30, 2015 | Travel
We don't always stop to think about just how much advertising signs play a role in where we shop, eat, stay, and play. Classic neon signs have really helped shape the way Americans do business.
Dominique Kane

LOOK: Australians Have the Cutest New Way to Celebrate Their National Holiday

Dominique Kane | January 29, 2015 | Travel
The canines were ready for the race in a variety of fancy dress outfits, ranging from patriotic Australian flag costumes to matching owner and dog superhero ensembles.

Celebrate Groundhog Day Over and Over Again With This Filming Locations Guide

Roadtrippers | January 30, 2015 | Travel
What would you do if you were stuck in one place, and every day was exactly the same, and nothing you did mattered? You could raise some hell, mabe rob a bank or two and drink as much as you want without worrying about a hangover, or you could visit some of the filming locations from the movie Groundhog Day.
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