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Top Halloween Destinations in the US

What’s your idea of a perfect Halloween? Does it include some combination of fun costumes, trick-or-treating and haunted houses? Or perhaps a visit to a pumpkin patch? If traveling to find the ideal Halloween experience is part of the plan, then you’re in luck. RewardExpert released a report identifying some of …

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4 Reasons You Should Still Travel to the Caribbean

Hurricanes Irma and Maria attacked the Caribbean as if it was their mission this September, leaving billions of dollars of damage in their wake. Reports say that Barbuda (sister island of Antigua) is no longer inhabitable, and a tragic news story about Puerto Rico comes out every day. And, let’s …

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Stuttgart Airport as Gateway to Beautiful Fall Drives

Germany’s sixth largest airport is the best gateway to one of the most multifaceted regions in Europe and from where you can quickly reach all your destinations in Southwest Germany. The southwestern part of Germany—otherwise known as the state of Baden-Württemberg—is famous for its forests, high plateaus, half-timbered houses as …

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Vacation on the Island Where Napoleon Was Exiled

In 1815, after the Battle of Waterloo, the British exiled Napoléon Bonaparte to the remote island St. Helena. Located off the western coast of Africa, it took the defeated leader 10 weeks to travel to the island. Two hundred years later, it still takes about five days to reach the island …

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Four Must-Have Experiences in Jackson Hole

Owly was clearly not impressed with us. She stared coolly and nonchalantly at the small crowd as we gushed over her magnificence. A 13-year-old great horned owl, she had piercing yellow eyes; long earlike tufts on the top of her head and resplendent plumage ranging in color from yellow to …

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Catalonia Region Plunges into Political Crisis

A wave of protests and violent clashes with police have erupted in Barcelona and throughout Catalonia amid the region’s referendum to seek independence from Spain. Catalan officials are claiming preliminary results of its referendum on Sunday show 90% of voters are in favor of severing ties with Spain, according to …

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The Secret South Carolina Paradise

Few have heard of the island with a no-car policy. Lush, untouched low country landscape and Southern charm, it comes off as the land time forgot. But while it flies under most people’s radar, Haig Point on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina quietly became a haven for C-Level executives. The exclusive …

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WTTC Encourages Travelers to Share Their Stories

To celebrate World Tourism Day, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) looked at how tourism transforms the world, which is the theme of its new campaign: “Transforming our World.” “Travel and tourism is a remarkable sector; it brings people from different backgrounds, culture and beliefs closer together, driving peace, …

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8 Places to Eat in Puerto Escondido

As far as food destinations in Mexico, Oaxaca tops the list with its legendary and truly unforgettable cuisine. Oaxacan food is best known for mole, tlayudas and the local cheese, most likely served with chicatanas (ants) and chapulines (grasshoppers), then drowned with shots of smoky mezcal. Oaxacan food is best …

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