Tuesday, September 17, 2019
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By Syd Wachs On the road again? The days of lugging around a heavy camera are over. With the right apps and a smartphone, you can freeze moments in time and edit them to look as captivating as the moment felt. Here are 3 easy (free!) tips for creating a...
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By Tiffany Verbeck https://www.instagram.com/p/Bn4IFBrHAyo/ You might not be aware yet, but you want to book a trip to Napa Valley this winter. Why? Because Cabernet Season is calling. This little-known time of year offers everything you could dream of for a trip to wine country—without the crowds.
By Paige Totaro Americans do vacations differently than just about anyone else in the world. While Europeans get a minimum of four weeks of paid vacation each year, Americans get, on average, a total of 16 paid holidays. And one in four Americans doesn't even have a single day off. We've...
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By Jessica Nunemaker Artistic souls know where to travel for the latest and greatest in the art scene. Spoiler alert: the following destinations aren’t the big city names you expect. These smaller cities and towns boast close-knit creative communities you’ve got to experience to believe.  Knoxville, Tennessee https://www.instagram.com/p/BybHWKzgpfv/
Travel LGBT
New York, San Francisco, Portland. Long histories of glitter and grit have made these cities the LGBT havens they are today. Across America’s south, towns and cities are catching up and creating unique experiences for queer visitors in the process.  Eureka Springs, AR https://www.instagram.com/p/BZEzCTHF-cq/?igshid=1ksq1ppqjv7iv LGBT capital of...
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By Jordana Weiss If you thrive on drama, secrecy, and can really get behind a cocktail in an old-fashioned champagne coupe, check out some of these amazing hidden bars and speakeasies. Many of them pay tribute to America’s Prohibition-era past, while others just exist in secret to keep the menu small and the clientele...
Las Vegas
When you think of Las Vegas, the Strip is probably the first thing that comes to mind, with its neon lights, towering casinos and wow-worthy attractions. But just minutes away, Las Vegas’ distinctive neighborhoods reveal a whole new side to discover. At the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, Downtown Las Vegas (DTLV)...
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https://www.instagram.com/p/Bw3K3G2AObo/ By Laura Winzeler If you’ve ever longed to lay your head in a tequila barrel — and really, who hasn’t? — wish no more. This eclectic boutique hotel on the outskirts of downtown Tequila offers comfortable accommodations inside a fleet of barrel-shaped rooms. Each room is named for a...
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By Theo Panagopoulos Famous for its year-round warm climate, spectacular sunset views and tranquil cerulean waters, it comes as no surprise that Clearwater Beach has consistently been ranked by TripAdvisor as the number one beach in the US. Boasting a magnificent coastline of pristine sugar-white sand and crystal-clear waters just a few miles...
By Natasha Gabrielle Planning a trip to The Windy City? While in Chicago, you can see a lot more than just the big city highlights like The Bean, Millennium Park, and Wrigley Field. If you head off the beaten path, there are some fantastic gems. Pre-Prohibition Drinks