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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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  • 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 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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  • 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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  • CHECK-IN Wythe Hotel

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    THE LOCATION: Williamsburg, Brooklyn

    THE VIBE:  On the Williamburg waterfront, this 72-room hotel …

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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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  • What To Do In St. Martin

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    WHAT TO DO IN ST. MARTIN: Head to the über chic island of St. Martin with our editor’s travel diary slideshow.

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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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  • 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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  • 10 Secret Spots To Make Your Destination Wedding A Real Trip

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    10 Secret Spots To Make Your Destination Wedding A Real Trip

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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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  • The Best Caribbean Vacation

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    The Best Caribbean Vacations
    The season may belong to St. Nick, but surely he’d understand if you’d rather spend the holidays with St. Barths. Or St. John. Or perhaps even St. Martin. After all, sleigh riding and snowshoeing are really no match for island hopping.

    BAHAMAS: THE COVE AT ATLANTIS,

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  • The Magic of California’s Redwood Forests

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    The Magic of California's Redwood Forests A stroll through these magnificent forests takes you to a magical place where you expect to see fairies among the ferns.

    If you have never been to northern California's redwood forests, you really should go. We recently went on a camping trip near the …

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  • How To Get Cheap Flights

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    How To Get Cheap Flights

    Airline tickets are expensive and they’re not getting any cheaper. Luckily there are a number of airlines to choose from, making it easier to do some comparisons to see who has the lowest rates. There are a few tips and tricks to follow to try and get the cheapest airline …

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  • 10 Travel Apps For Your Next Vacation

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    10 Travel Apps For Your Next Vacation

     

    We like our vacations to be as seamless and stress-free as possible, so we took to our smart phones in search of the very best apps for traveling. We uncovered apps for planning, sightseeing, taking the best vacation photos and even an …

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  • Best of the East Coast

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    Where is the best place to take the whole family? How about the best place to start a campfire? How about the best beach? Find out my picks for the best of the east coast.

    April is almost over, the days are going longer, and summer will soon be here. …

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  • Pismo Beach’s Monarch Butterfly Grove: An Autumn Eco-tourist Delight

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    Butterfly migration is an eco-tourist delight that begins in October and extends into spring.

    Thousands of radiant winged orange and black Monarch Butterflies are currently en route to California from as far away as southern Canada.  Escaping from the coming northern winter, the butterflies’ final destination is the Monarch Butterfly

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  • Check Out The Pristine Beaches Of St. John

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    Check Out The Pristine Beaches Of St. John

    Oh, Wednesday. That pesky work day set perfectly adrift between two weekends – last Sunday is but a distant memory, and Friday night still seems much too far away. Tempted to push the proverbial eject button? We’ve got just the thing: click …

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  • Things To Do In New Haven, CT

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    Welcome to New Haven, Connecticut: home of the Yale, historians, and foodies. Situated a couple hours north of New York, New Haven is a charming mixture of college town and cultural hub.

    Where to Stay: Want to make sure you're in the heart of it all? Book a room at …

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  • Summer Vacation Ideas: Where to Go This Summer

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    Summer weather is finally here and we are all ready for a sunny little sojourn. We caught up with our friend Melanie Brandman, The Travel Curator to find out which destinations are the trendiest spots to work on our time, dance until dawn or experience some serious cultural stimuli. See …

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  • Planning The Perfect Long Weekend In Virginia’s Hotspots

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  • Explore the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas

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    The Alamo is a common phrase in Texas. It refers to the battle of the Alamo, which took place in San Antonio. Today, the Alamo is a popular tourist destination. In this guide, I will tell you what to expect if you decide to ever visit the Alamo.

    The History

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  • Exploring Big Bear Lake, California

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    Visit this picturesque alpine lake in San Bernardino County for four season family fun.

    We had wanted to try rainbow trout fishing at Big Bear Lake, but we were aware that the picturesque lake, which sits at 7000 feet in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California, is both a

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  • How To Couch Surf With Marian Schembari

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    Do you want to travel but your budget won’t budge? Couchsurfing.org has your number. Founded in 2004 by Casey Fenton, the website is an international network that connects travelers with locals in over 230 countries and territories making it easy to get around, and couch surf, for cheap. We talked …

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