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Mapplr - The Basque Country Spain (and France) is an ideal place to spend a three-day weekend if you like good food and wine, and want to explore the delights of San Sebastian. Here is the itinerary I followed, with recommended hotels, restaurants and wineries.
Viator - For being such a large country, Canada is a little known cruise destination. Most people’s minds immediately go to tropical destinations like the Caribbean or Mediterranean when they think of cruising; however, a cruise farther north is just as fun and memorable.
CNN - "Warmly welcome Simon Cockerell David." The colorful, electric sign was something of an unusual and unexpected greeting for Briton Simon Cockerell, 35, who this week embarked on a landmark visit to Sinuiju, North Korea's largest border town.
today.com - Summer vacationers can find a range of activities in the Aloha state, from volcano tours to culinary gems to whale watching. But where does one go in the archipelago? Discover the best spots that Hawaii has to offer with these island trip tips.
New York Times - The Chicago O’Hare International Airport will be the first airport in the United States to implement Automated Passport Control, a new technology designed to expedite customs clearance, the Chicago Department of Aviation announced recently.
Peter Greenburg - Congratulations! You’re lucky enough to visit Paris, one of the greatest cities in the world, not once but twice. Odds are pretty good that you already went to the top of the Eiffel Tower, gaped in awe at Notre Dame, and got a photo of yourself smiling next to the Mona Lisa.
Consumer Traveler - Processing a credit card charge for overseas purchases used to be pretty simple. You swiped your card while on vacation, your bank changed the money from pesos or euros into greenbacks, and the amount you’d spent appeared on your bill. Maybe you paid a small conversion fee, but you also got a competitive exchange rate.
Hotel Chatter - One of the questions we get asked the most (after "Can you get me a free hotel room?") is, "What hotel booking site do you use?" Our answer often varies depending on the city, the time of year and whether the trip is business or pleasure, but we've definitely got a few sites that we trust more than others.* So allow us to round them up for you here:
Hotel Chatter - It’s midnight when we return to the Fairmont Pacific Rim after a night out on the town in Vancouver. When we walk into the Lobby Lounge, the place is overflowing with well-dressed lookers--locals, guests and residents of the hotel. And we know why.
EuroCheapo - There are more opportunities to get cultured on the cheap in London that you’d expect, and classical music is no exception. Whether you’re up for bagging a last-minute standing ticket or booking in at a special concert, London’s classical music scene has something for all pockets.
Hotel Chatter - It's the same song every spring and summer--people begin to make their travel plans to Europe, but international airfares can sometimes kill a budget. However, if there's any consolation, you can make up for that top-dollar ticket by staying at these new and affordable hotels.
Hotel Chatter - While researching hotels in the Hungarian capital this past January, we came across the usual brands (InterContinental, Four Seasons, Autograph Collection). But amidst all the grand palaces and five-star spas, there was one small boutique hotel we simply couldn't pass over: the Casati Budapest Hotel.
Everything Everywhere - Vicenza represents a unique artistic achievement in the many architectural contributions from Andrea Palladio integrated within its historic fabric and creating its overall character. Through its architecture, the city has exerted exceptional influence on architectural and urban design in most European countries and throughout the world.
Intelligent Travel - You’ve probably been hearing a lot about Millennials these days — from an ultimately positive review in Time to whole books on the subject with titles ranging from Generation Me to Millennial Momentum: How a New Generation is Remaking America.
Guardian - Historic, mainly rural Shropshire has an unspoilt and uncrowded feel rare among English counties. These holiday cottages reflect the unique charm of a county with Shrewsbury and Telford at its core, plus a Unesco world heritage site in Ironbridge Gorge
Guardian - North America's diverse climate, geography and wildlife are the subject of an impressive new series on the Discovery Channel. It is narrated by Chiwetel Ejiofor and spans the continent from the Canadian Rockies to the jungles of Belize.
Indie Travel Podcast - Spain is a beautiful country, with an incredible history, fantastic food and wonderful people. It is a great place to go on holiday, but you shouldn’t plan to move there without being aware of the limitless amount of frustration that lies before you.
The Province - Visitors look at the scripture “Ray” created by Indian artist Subodh Gupta at Jing’an Sculpture Park in Shanghai, China. Jing’an Sculpture Park, on Beijing West Road west of the North-South Expressway, is an oasis of green among high-rise apartment blocks.
VisitBritain Super Blog - The British royal family are a lot gentler today than in days gone by. Many historic royals led explosive lives that revolved around death and controversy, and the palaces they called home bore witness to their dramatic intrigues.
Perceptive Travel - From gumboot throwing in Taihape and the ‘running of the sheep’ in Te Kuiti to Wellington’s Wearable Arts, Queenstown’s Birdman competition, and Oamaru’s Steampunk festival, there’s no shortage weird and wacky festivals around New Zealand showcasing the country’s unique sense of humor, understated eccentricities, and the infamous Kiwi ingenuity.
NBC News - A pile of ice and debris nearly covers homes in Ochre Beach, in Canada's Manitoba province, May 11. Strong winds on Friday evening pushed the ice on Dauphin Lake ashore onto Ochre Beach, a summer community about 125 miles northwest of Winnipeg.
NBC News - Maeghan Hadley, right, of 1 Day Ranch, a pet rescue and rehabilitation center, reaches for a kitten pulled from underneath the rubble of a mobile home destroyed by Sunday's tornado in the Steelman Estates Mobile Home Park near Shawnee, Okla., May 20, 2013.
Consumer Traveler - While known for its pristine beaches, breathtaking national parks, desert oases, urban playgrounds, museums and theme parks, California visitors will find that the best way to see the Golden State is on a family road trip. From north to south or east to west, California offers families a number of fun ways to hit the road this summer.
Soul Travelers 3 - Did you know you can travel to China to learn more about Traditional Chinese Medicine? We were really pleased to experience the unique wellness travel tours and medical tourism available in Beijing through China Medical Tourism International.
Peter Greenburg - You’re getting ready to travel. You’ve googled your heart out and still aren’t sure your if the choices are authentic, interesting or the overall best places based on your time and budget. You have a list, but it’s becoming overwhelming.
Gadling - When using his GoPro to capture grizzlies in Alaska, Brad Josephs got a little more than he bargained for when one of the bears tried to eat his camera. As the curious bear tried to decide whether or not to eat the camera, Josephs caught some eerie footage of the inside of its mouth.