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15 Slow Cooker Oatmeals And Healthy Breakfasts To Prep Overnight

A daily ritual of breakfast in bed is a long-shot wish: You might be able to swing it if you've got buckets of money and a crumb catcher built into your sheets.<p>The next-best thing? A healthy breakfast, more elaborate than a bowl of cereal or a sad granola bar, all ready for you as you groggily …

Next Stop, Quito: Our Top Cities for 2015

From Quito in Ecuador to Glasgow in Scotland, the Daily Beast’s top 10 cities to visit next year have fascinating, distinctive characters.<p>When it …

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic Travel

12 DIY Alternatives To Traditional Gift Wrap

Tired of wrapping your gifts in the same-old same-old storebought gift wrap? We love these 12 DIY ideas from crafty bloggers.<p>Tired of wrapping your gifts in the same-old same-old storebought gift wrap? We love these 12 DIY ideas from crafty bloggers.

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic Travel

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Inimitable Perth Residence Charms With A Refined Rustic Style

Australia has a habit of producing the most audacious, creative and at times expansive homes that we have stumbled across. And yet they all have that …

NYC’s Central Park from a Spookier, Dreamlike Perspective

New York-based photographer Michael Massaia‘s images are distinct because of a couple of characteristics. The most obvious is that they are rendered …

China aims to build the next tallest building | CNN Travel

What an eyeful: the world's most beautiful buildings

Straight away we'll say that this isn't a top 10 list. There are just far too many styles of buildings, each worthy of a top 50: sacred buildings, homes, skyscrapers, theatres...<p>Instead, this is a list showing the variety of architectural beauty across the globe - and pointing you in the direction …

Paris, Jerusalem And Florence: The Vacation Destinations Most Likely To Cause Visitors To Seek Psychiatric Help

They say travel broadens the mind, but it appears that some vacation destinations can actually blow your mind.<p>The cities of Florence, Jerusalem and Paris all have psychiatric disorders associated with them - and tourists are the most likely to fall prey to them.<p><b>Paris</b><p>Paris Syndrome is an affliction …

Worst Tourist Traps: 10 Of The World's Most Stressful Destinations (And How To Avoid Them)

The Tower of London. Times Square. The Taj Mahal. Between crowds, queues and inflated admission costs, hitting the world's biggest "can't-miss" sights can easily become the most stressful part of any vacation. The actual experience of these attractions rarely lives up to the hype (it's hard to …

Dubai’s toilet block cafe

The Archive community centre, built in a former bathroom building, is luring the city’s hipsters with art and design books, weekend brunches and calligraphy workshops.<p>Books, books and more books. The Archive is lined with them and they litter every table.<p>In the age of the iPad, a commitment to …

Travel

Better with Age: Visiting the World’s Oldest Hotels - Vagabondish

<i>Editor's note: This post comes to us courtesy of Oliver Gaywood, HotelsCombined.com.</i><p>If there’s a hotel that’s been around for hundreds of years, you …

The iFlash: A USB Drive for Your Phone and Mac/PC - Vagabondish

Last year, I finally gave up on carting a separate point-and-shoot camera on my travels. That decision coincided with the purchase of my iPhone 5 …

Family-Friendly Europe

Say what you will about Europe in the summer. Sure, there are longer lines, sweatier tourists, and pricier flights, but there’s also gelato on sunny piazzas, warm evening walks through historic sites, and, most important, no school.<p>My husband is from Spain, so summer break quickly became our time …

Downton Abbey

Lab-quality microscope now mounts onto most Apple iOS devices

The ProScope Micro Mobile by handheld digital microscope manufacturer Bodelin starts shipping on May 1 for $149.<p>To my fellow geeks who've long dreamed of having a lab-quality digital microscope that mounts to your phone, the time has come.<p>Oregon-based optics manufacturer Bodelin will begin shipping …

Make or break: travelling as a couple

Travelling as a couple can present unique challenges (and advantages) on top of the exhilaration and standard stress that accompanies long-term travel. Will it make or break the relationship? What happens when one person wants to go to the Full Moon Party and the other wants to jungle trek?<p>Like …

Canada and the U.S. just can't make high-speed rail work

For short-haul trips there’s nothing better than a good train to get you from one city centre to the next. A few weeks ago I spent about 10 days …

Trains

New Evidence Unearthed for the Origins of the Maya

The Maya culture began differently than previously thought, study says.<p><b>Civilizations rise and fall, often in dramatic fashion. Their origins, though, are subtler and tend to be overlooked or poorly understood.</b><p>In the case of the Maya, anew paper in <i>Science</i> magazine sheds surprising light on that …

Archaeology