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Luxury Experiences and Hotels in Guanajuato

Travelers contemplating a visit to Mexico that features plenty of culture in plush surroundings should put Guanajuato at the top of their list. A trip to this Mexican state ensures many high-level highlights on the agenda. That likely explains why it is such a popular destination for international tourists from …

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Penzance: A Pearl on the Cornwall Coast

Regardless of how you pull in to Penzance, this coastal town is bound to be a sight for sore eyes. Due to its southwesterly location, whether you arrive after an overnight shift on the sleeper train from London or roll in on four wheels, you will have traveled a serious …

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Follow Madonna to Lisbon?

a decadent egg custard tart. Add into this mix a few new Michelin star restaurants and an excellent range of Portuguese wine, and you have a combination that would tempt any foodie worth their Himalayan sea salt to relocate. Gorgeous Weather Lisbon lies right in the middle of the Mediterranean …

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Travel and Tourism Industry Launches Harvey Recovery Fund

The U.S. travel and tourism industry is helping Texas in a big way. Tourism Cares and the Texas Travel Industry Association have partnered to create the Hurricane Harvey Tourism Recovery Fund fund, designed to unite the travel industry and streamline its efforts to assist in rebuilding. The Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund …

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Head to Sonoma for Wine Month

Wine lovers, get ready to take some time off in one of the world’s most prestigious wine-growing regions.  Sonoma County Wine Month is returning for the second year this October. Participating wineries use the month to offer a variety of special tastings and experiences to visitors during peak harvest season.  …

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Best Outdoor Adventures in Puerto Escondido

Not long ago, only discerning travelers with a deep love for Mexico found their way into Puerto Escondido. Back then, peanut farms and mangrove forests blanketed this small town on Oaxaca’s (at times) tempestuous coast. Today, surfers, water sport fans and other hip, young things have discovered it too, adding …

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Secrets to Mall of America’s Nickelodeon Universe

There are malls, and then there’s the Mall of America. Although easily eclipsed by the shopping meccas of Asia, the MoA remains the biggest shopping mall in the United States, at least by square footage. (King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania actually has more retail space, but now we’re just …

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20 Affordable Fall Destinations

Labor Day signals the unofficial end of summer and thus the time to start planning fall travel if you haven’t already. Travelers looking to stretch their dollar the furthest this upcoming autumn should consider a vacation rental. After all, TripAdvisor Rentals has done the math and discovered nearly two dozen …

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5 Ways to Enjoy Bora Bora for Less

th night and having all your food included, the average nightly rate becomes a significantly better deal. Rent an Airbnb While not as luxurious an option, there are many affordable rental condos on Bora Bora you can book through Airbnb or VRBO. Starting at around $100 per night plus cleaning …

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What’s to Become of These Iconic National Monuments?

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has recommended shrinking at least three national monuments as part of the Trump administration’s review on public lands. Zinke submitted his recommendations to the U.S. President yesterday, drawing to a close the administration’s controversial and highly unpopular review of 27 national monuments throughout the country. The secretary’s …

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