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  • Top 10 Things To Do In New York Before You Turn 50

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    Top 10 Things To Do In New York Before You Turn 50 Out-of-the-box ideas for adventure in New York City for the young (and the not-so-young).

    1. Run in New York City Marathon – this would definitely give me bragging rights if…I

    2. Complete New York City's Marathon – last …

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  • Top Spa Resorts For International Jetsetters

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    As nice as a mani pedi combo is, sometimes a 15-minute hand massage just isn’t enough. There’s no better way to decompress and de-stress than to take the whole day—a spa day, that is. We’ve caught up with our favorite Travel Curator Melanie Brandman, who happens to be as spa-savvy …

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  • Sephora Travel Kits

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    Once a girl discovers the makeup brand they rely on, the one that enhances their natural beauty and instills confidence, there is rarely any turning back. You can buy your favorite fragrances, cosmetics, skincare, hair care, and bath and body products, or try something entirely new. Maybe you haven't discovered …

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  • Beaches Near Boston MA – Marblehead, Massachusetts: A Picturesque and Historic Treasure

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    beaches near boston ma marblehead massachusetts the sea which had once been their livelihood is now their playground.

    Marblehead, a Massachusetts town 18 miles north of Boston, has been shaped by its relationship with the Atlantic Ocean from its founding in the seventeenth century up to this very day. The

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  • The Most Over-The-Top Hotel Amenities On The Menu

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    In simpler times, free WiFi and warm chocolate chip cookies at check-in were perfectly acceptable hotel amenities–some even called them perks. But in what can only be described as a veritable arms race of concierges and insert-artisanal-product butlers, amenities at the world’s most luxurious hotelsare exceptionally–and unusually–extravagant.

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  • What To Do In Norfolk Virginia

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    When brainstorming ideas for a weekend getaway in the fall and winter, coastal Virginia is probably not the first place that comes to mind. While places like Norfolk are quite popular in the summer months with beaches and festivals abounding, these cities and towns have much to offer in the …

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  • The East Bay’s Vintage Movie Theatres

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    Elmwood Theatre at Night, photo by JoeInSouthernCA

    Back in the day, practically every main street in America had its own little piece of Hollywood. Before television, the internet, and smart phones, glamorous single screen movie theatres were a dime a dozen. Now few and far between, these vestiges of the …

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  • 41 of Most World Unique Hotels That’ll Infect You With the Travel Bug

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    41-Unique-Hotels-Around-the-WorldHuman beings and travel go together like peanut butter and jelly or buttcheeks (thanks, Alicia.) But what happens when the usual, sterile hotel experience just isn’t enough to pique our innate, nomadic interest anymore? Sometimes, we need a little weird to get back into the spirit of traveling, and these …

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  • The Adventurous Appeal Of Queenstown, New Zealand

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    The Adventurous Appeal Of Queenstown, New Zealand

    WHERE: Queenstown, New Zealand. New Zealand’s symphony of earthly anomalies comes to a sweeping crescendo in Queenstown, the South Island’s unofficial tourist capital.

     

    Oh, Wednesday. That pesky work day set perfectly adrift between two weekends – last Sunday is but a distant …

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  • Top Spa Resorts For International Jetsetters

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    As nice as a mani pedi combo is, sometimes a 15-minute hand massage just isn’t enough. There’s no better way to decompress and de-stress than to take the whole day—a spa day, that is. We’ve caught up with our favorite Travel Curator Melanie Brandman, who happens to be as spa-savvy …

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  • Review of the Great Wolf Lodge in Mason, Ohio

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    Review of the Great Wolf Lodge in Mason, Ohio

    The Great Wolf Lodge is a resort hotel with an indoor water park. Is the hotel what a vacation is made of?

    Recently, my family and I spent the night at the Great Wolf Lodge in Mason, Ohio. My aunt and uncle graciously gave us a night's stay at the

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  • How to Enjoy a Trip to Reno (or any Other Gambling Town) Without Losing Your Shirt

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    How to Enjoy a Trip to Reno (or any Other Gambling Town) Without Losing Your Shirt

    Tips for gambling in Reno (or any other gambling town) without spending all your money. Stay cheap, use club cards, save money.
    Reno has much to offer its visitors and residents. Sure, there's gambling, …

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  • jcpenney online for traveler

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    jcpenney is one of America's largest department stores, catalog, and e-commerce retailers, employing approximately 150,000 associates. As of 2005, jcpenney Corporation operated over 1,000 jcpenney department stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and more than 60 Renner department stores in Brazil. jcpenney Catalog, including e-commerce, is the nation's …

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  • Things to Do At Laguna Beach Your Guide to the Real O.C.: Laguna

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    Things to Do At Laguna Beach

    things to do at laguna beach the alternative orange county vacation: Get your R&R; and take a step in the right direction towards ultimate relaxation … without the additional footprint.

    One thing that can get lost in all of the glitzy and fun atmosphere of the state's more popular attractions

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  • Restaurants Around The World Reach New Heights & Depths

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    The world is a big place. There are endless discoveries to be made high up on mountaintops and well below sealevel alike. Many visit it's vast wonders, but the truly inventive build restaurants within its nooks and crannies. From luxurious feasts perched on cliff edges to glass-enclosed dining rooms under …

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  • Road Trip: Chapter One, Section Two

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    From Wellington, Florida, to El Paso, Illinois: Florida.

    5:30AM

    We've planned this trip for a while now, and it was already time to make the move. My cousins' Ford Fusion, was perfect to go such distance. It was his brand-new car, red, and very sophisticated. We also had a police

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  • Exploring Mt. San Jacinto, Southern California’s Second Highest Mountain

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    Mt San Jacinto

    Standing 10,804 feet above sea level, Mt. San Jacinto is a formidable backdrop to the Southern California landscape. A popular destination for hikers, backpackers, and campers, Mt. San Jacinto offers an unspoiled wilderness experience in close proximity to one of the largest urban centers in the world.
    Mt. San Jacinto, …

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  • The Striking Natural Beauty Of Utah

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    The Striking Natural Beauty Of Utah

    WHERE: Southern Utah, USA. The two million acres encompassing the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument are a natural iteration of Chutes and Ladders – sloping canyons, towering buttes and craggy fissures snaking across the landscape.

     

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  • Exclusive: Dominique Ansel On The Cronut’s First Birthday

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    TREATS WORTH TRAVELING FOR

    It should come as no surprise that Dominique Ansel, the man who ignited an international revolution with the Cronut™, was awarded this year's Best Pastry Chef at the James Beard Awards on Monday. If the Oscar's of the food world hadn't recognized him, his massive following

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  • Onizuka Space Museum

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    The space museum to see while on the Big Island. Learn the history of Hawaii's first astronaut.

    On January 28, 1986 all eyes were glued to their television sets as the Challenger began to launch into space. Suddenly tragedy struck as the Challenger exploded before it could exit the Earth's

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  • Vegas: The Long Way

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    Vegas: The Long Way A road trip through the Mojave Desert from San Diego to Las Vegas.
    There's a quick way to get to Las Vegas from San Diego and that's up Interstate 15, through Barstow and Baker and then the desert drive through Primm. It's not very scenic but …

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  • How to Get a Cheap Hotel Room in Las Vegas

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    Getting a cheap hotel room in Las Vegas doesn't require any special luck. If you know when and how to shop, you can find great and affordable deals on your dream vacation. Read ahead for some excellent tips to help you save on hotels so that you will have extra …

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  • Sightseeing in Las Vegas

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    Sights and impressions on the Las Vegas strip.

    Where can you see Africa, Europe and America, all in one street. Fly into Las Vegas today and land at the end of a string of multicolored jewels that have now reached out all the way to McCarran airport. The city that

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  • Aotearoa New Zealand – South Sea Escapade

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    Aotearoa New Zealand

    The finest nation – New Zealand skirts the Roaring Forties – making the world proud.

    Intro

    I have no idea how many tims I have visited Aoteoroa, or New Zealand, as she is known in English. This South Sea Escape is incomplete without telling of this glorious Polynesian and European

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  • Best of Ocean City, Maryland

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    Grab your trunks and let's hit the beach. Here are my picks for the best of what Ocean City, Maryland, has to offer.

    As summer rolls into full swing and a weekend approaches, a sleepy coast town of just over 7,000 people swells in size to well over a quarter …

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