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What are the Best Wipes for Travelers?

<i>A:</i><p>From long flights to backpacking treks, one of the ugly universal truths of travel is a condition known as stanky bottom. Toilet paper is no match for this. In fact, it often exacerbates the problem, causing chafing and other issues. When stanky bottom strikes—and strike it will—you’re going to …

Luxury Lifestyle

Dubai Airport Taxis Go High-Tech with Wi-Fi and LCD Screens

WI-FI service, LCD screens in 100 Dubai cabs<p>Passengers heading to the Dubai International (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC) Al Maktoum …

The Top 5 Pack-Like-a-Pro Videos on YouTube

As summer travel approaches, the eternal question of what to pack and how to pack comes up every year, like clockwork. It isn’t hard, but it requires …

China's Huangshan Mountain Has The Craziest Steps Ever

It's true: We've seen some pretty ridiculously nauseating climbs in our time here in travel land. But we stopped dead in our tracks when we saw the amazing steps at Huangshan (Yellow Mountain) in China.<p>The steps, of which there are roughly 60,000, are made of granite, and then swerve and dip and …

New 15-Minute At-Home Test May Detect Alzheimer's, Goes Viral

According to research published yesterday in the Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, a 15-minute at-home test may be able to detect early signs of Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, and cognitive decline.<p>Titled the Self-Administered Gerocognitive Examination test, or SAGE, and …

Weather flight disruptions cost $1.4 billion

The massive flight delays and cancellations this month due to the winter storms and then the bitter cold have cost the airlines and passengers $1.4 billion, according to masFlight, an airline consulting firm.<p>The masFlight analysis of the 95,000 industry flight delays and cancellations from Jan. 1 …

Flying

Easy way to peel mandarin oranges

A week before Chinese New Year, families who celebrate this festival will be flocking to the market to buy crates of mandarin oranges amongst other …

The Perrin Report: Confessions of an Unfashionable Traveler

For those of you who value utility over fashion, here is the unvarnished truth about what my wheelie looks like when you open it—and how yours can look that way too.<p>Confessions of an Unfashionable Traveler<p>If the fashion police in <i>Condé Nast Traveler</i>'s Style Department were to peek inside my luggage, …

DIY: How Do You Make an Extension Cord Beautiful? You Bead It.

Whether your quarters are tiny or expansive, chances are you’re living with more extension cords than you’d like–and the holiday season is about to …

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Secrets of My Travel Drawer: Avid Travelers Recommend 20 Must-pack Items Vetted by Countless Miles, Mishaps, and Serendipity

You hate packing. I get it. You're worried you're going to forget something crucial or pack too much -- and really, you just want to get on with your vacation. I've logged enough miles now to know my staples; things I've learned after many years, and even more miles, make frustrating moments more …

India’s Best Palace Hotels

Overlooking mirror-like lakes and sun-drenched sand dunes, India’s palace hotels will make even the most humble traveler feel like a sultan. From …

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When You Want to Impress the Kids, Make Popovers

Last summer, the kids and I spent a month in Italy, ensconced in a farmhouse with dear friends near the coast in Marche, with plenty of day trips to …

The Power of Train Travel

I blame luggage for all my troubles on trains — whether I’m whizzing down to Washington, D.C. or wending my way through Wallonia. I try to avoid clunking other passengers in the head with my elbow as I navigate tight aisles and haul my wheeled carry on over my head, but it’s not easy.<p>Despite these …