Category: Travel

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The Best Airport Food In the US [Infographic]

There was a time when you could enter an airport with your dignity and pretty much anything that wasn’t a weapon. Back then, airport food often consisted of mysterious sandwiches of questionable origin that nobody actually bought because you could just bring whatever you wanted to eat. Alack, those days…

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The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2016

The famed Great American Road Trip would be incomplete without visiting a few national parks along the way. From Yosemite’s awe-inspiring waterfalls to the wooded respites of the Great Smoky Mountains to the narrow crevasses of Zion, the lands under the purview of the National Park Service are unparalleled in…

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Americans Are Drinking All Of Cuba’s Beer

Last year, 161,000 Americans traveled to Cuba, an increase of 77 percent as President Obama continues to ease travel restrictions to the communist island nation. And with Carnival cruise line beginning service from the US to Cuba next month, that number will surely grow. And this sudden influx of American…

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9 Breathtaking National Parks Near Las Vegas

When thinking of Las Vegas, most people picture a city buzzing with bright neon lights, but only a couple of hours outside of the city’s limits are some of the greatest natural wonders of the Southwest, including the Colorado and Mojave Deserts, the lush Sierra Nevada mountains and Utah’s Canyon Country. 

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The Baa Atoll in Maldives [21 HQ Photos]

The Baa Atoll is a chain of 75 islands in Maldives. In June 2011, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) named Baa Atoll a World Biosphere Reserve placing it in the company of famous sites such as Komodo island in Indonesia, Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) in Australia and…

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8 Insane Archeological Discoveries

One wouldn’t think that digging through dirt and sand for a living would be that exciting. Yeah, sometimes you’ll stumble upon fossilized dinosaur droppings or a long lost civilization, but most of the time I feel like archeologists are just kicking dirt around in the name of science. That being said,…

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