Patricia Little

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35 Hidden Bars Around the World and How to Find Them

Some of the world's most intriguing bars are in locations you might not expect, hidden in taco joints and noodle shops, or disguised as everything …

Stonefruit

Best Chocolate in the U.S.

Editors of Food & Wine reveal their picks for the best chocolate in the country.

12 Mind-Blowing, Affordable Adventures for Your Bucket List

Start planning your next vacation now.<p>Are you an adventure hound who lives for trips that test your physical limits? Have you fantasized about …

National Parks

World’s Most Dangerous Countries Revealed, And It May Change Your Travel Plans

Just like last year, International SOS and Control Risks have released a map that shows just how tourist-friendly all countries are, and it’s worth …

World Health Organization

Five Places to Go in San Francisco

Bayview is a neighborhood removed in San Francisco — out toward the old Candlestick Park, in the city’s southeastern reaches. It’s been relatively untouched by the tech boom and the accompanying high rises that pepper the rest of the city. But the neighborhood, home to a tight-knit community of …

San Francisco

Get Paid to Live at Luxury Resorts in Cancún

Dream job alert: Get paid $10,000 a month to live the good life in luxury resorts in Cancún.<p>If you would rather be lounging on the beach, sipping …

The Cheapest Time to Fly to 15 Destinations That Are On Your Bucket List

CheapFlights.com crunched the numbers.<p>Chances are, you probably have a few travel destinations on your bucket list that seem like they’re never going …

10 Must-Visit Places in Florida That You've Probably Never Heard Of

1 of 10<p>Walkers Landing in Amelia Island<p>Advertisement<p>2 of 10<p>No Name Pub in Big Pine Key<p>3 of 10<p>Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in Vero …

NAACP warns African-Americans about flying on American Airlines

Citing several recent incidents, the NAACP on Tuesday issued an advisory warning African-Americans about traveling via American Airlines.<p>“The NAACP for several months now has been monitoring a pattern of disturbing incidents reported by African-American passengers, specific to American Airlines,” …

Southwest Just Announced Cheap Flights to Hawaii

Here's when you can get tickets<p>After years of speculation, Southwest Airlines announced it will expand its service to Hawaii — and officials from the …

Why you should apply for or renew your U.S. passport before January

Americans should apply for or renew their passports before January because processing times are shortest between September and December.<p>That's the word from the U.S. State Department, which each year declares September to be Passport Month. Demand for passports typically heats up in the new year …

Flying

5 Important Things Every Traveler Must Do If Their Flight Is Cancelled or Delayed

Blink and Thanksgiving will be here. And Christmas. Or that end-of-summer hoorah you planned with your extended family the third week in September. …

Flying

How to Get Upgraded to Business Class (Video)

Premium seats are being auctioned off to the most loyal frequent fliers. Don’t wait around for an upgrade—use these strategies to land a winning bid.<p>…

London’s best Thai restaurants

London’s Thai restaurant scene is a quietly underrated gem. Whether you’re after gap year standard green curries, street food or fiery regional fare, …

Beautiful Latin American Destinations That Are Better Than Europe

For Americans who want to take a trip, Europe has long held the big glamour spots. The beaches of the French Riviera, the ski chalets of the Swiss …

Can you afford to fly first class?

Posted By Jon Nickel-D'Andrea on Aug 13, 2017 | 3 comments<p>It happens every time. Every single time we’re sitting in first class, someone that’s …

Best Trips to Take After Retirement

Blue Ridge Parkway<p>Billed as “America’s Favorite Drive,” the spectacular 469-mile drive joins Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and Great Smoky …

11 Websites That Let You Book Luxury Hotel Rooms for Cheap

These sites let you book five-star hotel rooms for an affordable price.<p>These days, it’s easier than ever to travel for less. With a click or tap of a …

A Comfortable Retirement in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

By Steven King, InternationalLiving.com:<p>Living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s historic capital, Eric Ortega can afford luxuries he never could at home.<p>“Every day I follow a relaxed routine, starting with breakfast at one of the coffee shops near my home, where I read the local English newspaper and …

The Japanese Art of Recognizing Beauty in Broken Things

How did you feel the last time a coffee mug slipped from your hands and shattered on your kitchen floor? Probably some combination of surprise and annoyance. If it was an heirloom or a sentimental piece, you may have even felt supremely guilty as you swept up the shards.<p>In Japan, instead of tossing …

Hear Jon Stewart’s Hilarious, Food-Themed ‘Daily Show’ Exit Interview

With his final <i>Daily Show</i> planned for Thursday, August 6th, Jon Stewart took a moment this week to survey the legacy of his iconic Comedy Central run …

The world's most amazing cake shops and bakeries

Museum Restaurants With Food So Good You Might Want to Skip the Art

Forget overpriced coffee and plastic-wrapped muffins, these museum restaurants are so good, we won’t judge if you skip the art entirely.<p>Forget overpriced coffee and plastic-wrapped muffins, these museum restaurants are so good, we won’t judge if you skip the art entirely.<p>Untitled at the Whitney, …

Billie Holiday: A Singer Beyond Our Understanding

Most artists belong to their times, but Billie Holiday, born 100 years ago Tuesday, fits in the present. In a way, she died before her time, just as the country was beginning to talk about race, drugs, feminism and misogyny — all of which converged in her life.<p>Her death in July 1959 was only …

Vitamin B.S.

How people came to believe the myth that nutritional supplements could make them into better, healthier versions of themselves<p>In 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt summoned hundreds of scientists, doctors, and food manufacturers to Washington, D.C. to discuss a weapon that would help the …

Vitamins

Hidden European Towns in America

© www.FloridasHistoricCoast.com<p>Dreaming of sipping sangria on the beaches of Barcelona or roaming the illuminated Christmas markets in Munich? Now is the perfect time to feed your wanderlust and take a spontaneous trip to explore Europe -- without getting out your passport!<p>Hotel search trivago.com …

Victoria

TravelPlaces of a Lifetime<p>This small Vancouver Island town punches way above its weight thanks to its status as <b>British Columbia's</b> capital and its location perched on the ocean. Its streets are dotted with locally owned cafés and restaurants, bohemian shops, and about a dozen craft breweries. Long, …

Travel Photography

Nat Geo Staff Picks: America’s Best Beach Towns

Is there a magic formula for the perfect beach town? No, but America could offer up more than a few candidates if they were doling out the title.<p><b>Here are just a few of them, recommended by Nat Geo Travel staffers:</b><p><b>Cannon Beach, Oregon:</b> “At only an hour-and-a-half drive away, Cannon Beach was an easy …