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Top Hotels to Book in 2018

Travel+Leisure has released their picks on top hotels you’ll want to book this year. Many of the hotels are destinations in themselves, and others will have you planning a trip to experience the property and explore a new country, city, or even just a different part of town. New construction, renovated properties, all-inclusive resorts, an […]

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Google Trends’ 10 Travel Destinations That Will Be Huge in 2018

Few companies have access to global trend data quite like Google. So when the tech giant released its annual Year in Search data report, featuring the most searched-for destinations in the world, we took note. Google’s data insight team mined the trillions of search requests in 2017 to find out which hot spots are on the […]

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Traveling but still looking for love

Aline Dehmen is the founder of Nomad Soulmates, Nomad Soulmates, an online dating app for single nomads. The community helps nomads meet people who share their same lifestyle and values. Learn more about her work through our conversation below. How did you first become interested in long-term travel/digital nomadism? Right after high school, I took […]

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Trending Travel Accessories For 2017

Suzz Travels shares some of the top travel accessories for the year. From snap cameras and sandals to luggage and bags, check it out. Read the full story at http://suzzstravels.com/trending-travel-accessories-for-2017/

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How to holiday like an explorer, according to Levison Wood

The British explorer, writer and photographer Levison Wood has a new TV series currently airing on Sunday evenings on Channel 4: Walking the Americas. Responsible Travel interviewed Levison about some of the most significant adventures he has had in his life and the places around the world that remain important to him. Q. What’s your […]

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Fun Is Always in Season in Buena Park, California

When planning your next trip, don’t forget to explore Buena Park’s numerous one-of-a-kind seasonal events. Visitors can experience everything from holiday snow fall and delicious food festivals to world renowned Halloween events and prehistoric expositions. For the full list of Buena Park’s special events and festivities, go to VisitBuenaPark.com/Events.  January Kid’s Takeover Buena Park Promotion – The […]

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New York Times names Atacama Desert among the best places to travel worldwide in 2017

The Atacama Desert was recently reviewed in The New York Times under the headline “New ways to explore the world´s highest desert,” highlighting it as one of the 52 getaways you can´t miss this year 2017. Prepared annually for the travel section of the New York Times, the Atacama Desert was ranked second this year, […]

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4 Years, 38 Countries, 1 Man and His Bike

We interview a new friend, Taro, about his interesting travel via bicycle. A travel story about 38 countries, 4 years and one man and his bike. Since we started our full-time travels, we’ve met so many amazing people. On our first day in Beijing, we made an instant friend – yes we’re talking about you Emily […]

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Tips for traveling with kids over the holidays

  Tips for travelling with kids over the holidays to help reduce anxiety during travel. Having anxiety attacks at the thought of travelling with children over the holidays?  Don’t; although it is a hectic time of year, with some simple prep you can make it a fun and enjoyable time for everyone (including you) just […]

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Inn at Mystic: Seaside New England Charm and History

The town of Mystic, Connecticut isn’t very big — but there’s a lot of punch packed into a small space here. Its picturesque setting on the coast of the state, pretty downtown lined with boutiques next to the drawbridge, and historic Mystic Seaport draw in visitors with an easy appeal. And don’t forget Mystic Pizza — open […]

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