Chris Telling

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25 of the world's must-visit remote outposts

Explore pirate islands, volcano villages, incredible wildlife and Arctic tundra in the furthest reaches of the world…<p><b>1. Cook Islands</b><p>New</b> …

13 Overlooked European Cities Not Enough Americans Visit

Let's say you had a friend from Denmark coming to visit the United States, first time ever, who asked you where she ought to go. Would you say New …

The Perfect Three-Day Weekend in New York City

As part of a new series, Travel + Leisure is exploring America one three-day weekend at a time. Here’s how to pack in the best of New York’s food and …

Vancouver Weekend: We're Thinking....Father's Day 2016

<i>Need something to do this weekend? Here are five activities to fulfill your filial duties on Father's Day.</i><p>Outdoor adventure at Sea to Sky Gondola, …

15 National Parks That Should Be On Your Bucket List

America the beautiful.

30 reasons why the British secretly love Germany

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are enjoying the wonders of Germany this week, with visits to Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, the picturesque town of Heidelberg, and hard-partying Hamburg on the royal itinerary.<p>They certainly won't be short of company; Germany is an increasingly appealing proposition …

6 Amazing Adventure Holidays For 2016!

When was the last time you read a book, or a substantial magazine article? Do your daily reading habits center around tweets, Facebook updates, or …

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17 Rocky Mountain Adventures To Take In This Lifetime

For purple mountain majesties...<p><i>Update: A previous version of this post incorrectly stated that #12 was the Blue Lake near Telluride.</i>

Seven of the world's best cities we love the most

Love at first sight is real. And enduring. Just ask Lord Byron. Yes, the Romantic poet fell head over heels for many a winsome lass (and lad). But …

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10 Places You Need to Put on Your Bucket List, From Instagram Star Sjana Earp

When you're traveling to as many of the world's most beautiful places as Sjana does, you end up with a few favorites.<p>I used to dream of travel. Constantly.<p>I used to screenshot and save images to my desktop of places I wanted to go. I had hundreds and hundreds of images in these albums, and I would …

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The 20 most visited cities in the world

Euromonitor International recently released its Top City Destinations Ranking, which selects the top 100 cities in the world based in terms of international tourist arrivals in 2014.<p>Of the top 20, Asia dominated the list, with three different destinations coming from Thailand alone.<p>The most-visited …


The ultimate travel bucket list: 31 things to do in your lifetime

This Is Generation Flux: Meet The Pioneers Of The New (And Chaotic) Frontier Of Business

The future of business is pure chaos. Here’s how you can survive–and perhaps even thrive.<p><b>DJ Patil pulls a 2-foot-long metalbar</b> from his backpack. The contraption, which he calls a “double pendulum,” is hinged in the middle, so it can fold in on itself. Another hinge on one end is attached to a …

From the Web to Google Drive with just the click of a button

Google wants to help you keep track of all the important files you save from the Web. Whether it's a bill, an e-book, or your favorite cat photo, you can now save it to your Google Drive with just one click -- or really two clicks -- of a button.<p>Drive users can now click the "Save to Drive" button …

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Hiking the Inca Trail

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>The security line at my home airport in Washington, D.C., isn’t where I expected to get my first reminder that I should have trained a little more for 19 days of trekking the mountains of Peru.<p>I assumed that lesson would be taught somewhere around 9,000 feet, on the Inca …