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The 7 Best Spots on Earth for Stargazing

By Teresa Bitler for ShermansTravel<p>Remember when it seemed like you could reach up and touch the Milky Way, the ribbon of stars that make up our galaxy? Thanks to light pollution, it's becoming harder and harder to see -- unless you get yourself out to dark and remote locales. Here are seven …

The Best Coffee Shop In Every State

We found the best coffee shop in every state by looking at expert reviews and local recommendations.

6 Ways to Cure Your Wanderlust Without Traveling

You're officially a victim of the disease called wanderlust. You've spent hours upon hours scrolling through beautiful photographs on the internet (maybe even this blog), but you're sitting at your desk or on your couch and you're sick because you can't travel anytime soon.<p><b>It's called …

9 Adult Summer Camps Where You Can Shoot Guns, Play Guitar, And Learn How To Kidnap Somebody

By: Sophie-Claire Hoeller<p><i>Credit: Camp Wandawega</i><p>Ah, Summer camp: that first whiff of freedom, that first graze of a girl's boob, that first Bill Murray motivational speech to get you totally pumped up to take on North Star in the hot dog eating contest. It was a glorious time of zany hijinks and …

This Guy Sold Everything He Owned To Cycle Through Every Continent

"At the beginning of 2013 I didn't have any big commitments, so it was the perfect time to pursue something that would make me happy," he told Business Insider. "I was doing some travel research and couldn't find anyone who had ever tried to cycle all seven of the continents before."<p>Joubert had …

OTP's Guide to Swagger on the Road

Make like the hippies, beatniks, rastas, and punks and pioneer your own street style.<p>Photo by: Angelo GonzÁlez<p>That popped-collar polo and pre-distressed pair of khaki shorts make you look like you were stamped out from the same douche-shaped cookie cutter as the rest of the uninspired masses. …

Best of America: 9 Reasons to Love the Pacific Northwest

<b>By Helen Anne Travis</b><p>The upper left hand corner of the United States is a magical place.<p>Here, backyards butt up against ancient forests, waterfalls, and glacier-capped volcanoes. Bald eagles circle over organic coffee shops, and coastal residents text each other when a whale pod swims through the …

Millennials want to see the world—and know they can afford it

In the summer of 2012, at age 24, I left home to travel the world. In just over a year, I backpacked through South America, South Asia, Western Europe, and the western United States. I hiked the Inca Trail, skied the Alps, hitchhiked through Patagonia, and trekked through the Himalayas. I worked at …

Demographics

Pacific Coast

See photos of the U.S. Pacific Coast (including California, Oregon, and Washington) in this photo gallery from National Geographic.

2014 top spots to visit in the United States | CNN Travel

How to Choose Your Chicago Beach

<b>Lay your towel on the Lake Michigan shore. Here's how to choose your Chicago beach:</b><p>Want to feel some sand between your toes? You don't have to go to the Caribbean, Rio or even South Florida (although all are wonderful!) Some 33 beaches dot Chicago's 26 miles of shoreline along Lake Michigan, so you …

Road Trip Down Oregon's Forgotten Coast

Soak in the Pacific on this 250-mile trip from Eureka to Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area—it’s every bit as stunning as California’s iconic Highway 1, but without the crowds.<p><b>Packing List</b>: Sunscreen, hammock, the Beach Boys’ <i>Pet Sounds</i><p><b>Highlights</b>: Take a 6.5-mile round-trip hike in Prairie Creek …

10 All-American Summer Road Trips

Drive, We Said<p>There's nothing more American than hitting the open road with the windows down, the music up, and a cooler full of beer in the backseat (you know, for later). Sure, the game has changed a little—smartphones have all but rendered guidebooks and crumpled maps obsolete—but one essential …