Category: Travel

Top 8 Perfect Summer Lake Towns

Chelan, Wash.on Lake Chelan Everywhere you look in Chelan, some ruddy-cheeked soul is kayaking, swimming, fishing, or windsurfing on the 50-mile-long glacier-fed lake. The Stillwater Inn, a butter-yellow 1906 house just a block...

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Top 10 Reasons to hate the airlines

 1. The Hub System Deregulation in 1978 ended the era of fixed prices and opened up the skies to a host of upstart competitors. The major carriers, in response, were forced to look for ways to protect their turf. One of the...

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Top 10 Palm Springs Must Do’s

 1. EXPERIENCE LUXURY RESORTS AND HISTORIC INNS Celebrity-owned inns to major resorts dot the landscape of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts. Be as secluded and private as you wish, or enjoy the energy and grand scale of...

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Top 10 Celebrity Beaches

Maldives Although Beyonce and Jay-Z seem to vacation everywhere, the hip-hop royalty couple jets to the beach-side huts of the Maldives on the Indian Ocean as well. The beaches here are set around a series of ancient coral reefs...

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Top 10 Trains

Venice Simplon-Orient-Express The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is sophistication and splendid comfort. The classic midnight blue carriages were decorated by celebrated interior designers such as René Lalique (Dining Car...

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Top 10 Sacred Caves

Actun Tunichil Muknal, Belize In myths, journeys to the underworld are never easy, and after visiting Actun Tunichil Muknal (Cave of the Stone Sepulchre), you may feel that you have been through your own epic test. Access to the...

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Top 10 Little Known Dream Islands

Anegada, British Virgin Islands A small airport and ferry service makes getting here from one of the other British Virgin Islands fairly easy, but Anegada still feels a world away. The only coral island in the volcanic BVI chain...

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Top 10 Underground Walks

1. Underground City, Montreal, Canada Take one of the 120 entrances into the largest man-made underground network in the world. About 500,000 people a day use its 20 miles (32 kilometers) of shopping malls, hotels, banks,...

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