Michelle Antener Nunes

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Why Travel Agents and Telephones Still Rule Cruise Booking

There’s a reason that Carnival Corp. and Norwegian Cruise Line each state that travel agents still handle a majority of their bookings: Cruise …

Photo of the Moment: The Stunning Architecture of Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal — Vagabondish

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This National Park is Part of the First International Peace Park

<b>Location: Montana<br>Established: May 11, 1910<br>Size: 1,013,572 acres</b><p><b>Did You Know?</b><p>Water originating in Glacier National Park—much of it from snowmelt—can be considered the headwater of the continent. Water that runs down Triple Divide Peak flows in three directions, eventually winding up in the Pacific …

Why India Is The World's Fastest-Growing Wellness Tourism Destination (PHOTOS)

Even before the Beatles went on their famous pilgrimage to Rishikesh with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in 1969, India has been a popular travel destination for American tourists seeking serenity and spiritual growth. But in recent years, wellness travel to India has exploded.<p>Mia Farrow, Steve Jobs, and …

A Nat Geo Photographer's Favorite Canada Places

TravelPlaces of a Lifetime<p>Photographer Catherine Karnow got to know Canada while shooting for our Canada's 50 Places of a Lifetime package. Here are the places she fell in love with.<p><b>Saturday Market on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia</b><p>On Salt Spring Island, the Saturday Market, which has been …

5 Chic Plantation Hotels in the Caribbean

Depending on the type of experience you’re seeking in the Caribbean, there are endless hotels to choose from. Perhaps you want an all-inclusive …

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This Yellowstone Timelapse Will Take Your Breath Away

As America's first national park, Yellowstone still inspires awe whether it's in the form of bottomless hot springs, exploding geysers or its endless starry nightscapes. Escape for a few moments and enjoy the rugged beauty of one of the world's last, almost intact, "natural ecosystems in the …

Foreigners Share What They Find Most Surprising About America

Foreigners, as well as others who happen to know people who are new to the U.S., have been using this Quora thread to share what they think makes America unique. Their answers to the question "What facts about the United States do foreigners not believe until they come to America?" were pretty …

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10 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Atlanta

The ATL. A-town. Hotlanta. Whatever you want to call it, Atlanta is known for many different things: its diverse musical heritage (John Mayer got his big break in Atlanta, as did Ludacris and Usher); its Southern hospitality; its sports teams (the Braves, Falcons and Hawks, to name a few) and …

Sexual Assault & Traveling: How to Overcome

A few years ago while traveling through Argentina, I had a couple of terrible experiences that almost made me abandon traveling all together.<p>I was sexually assaulted. Twice. In some of the oddest circumstances, that I still can't really wrap my head around.<p>The first was a friend of a friend.<p>There …

10 of the most Jaw-Dropping Hotel Photos EVER

By Kristen McKenzie, HotelsCombined.com<p>Here at the HotelsCombined office, we've all gotten pretty used to staring at stunning hotel images -- with over 400,000 hotels in our database, sorting through scenic pics of luxury villas and infinity-edge pools has become standard daily fare.<p>However, there …

The Blue Lagoon In Iceland Is A Toasty Travel Tuesday

Welcome to the Blue Lagoon, a steamy geothermal spa on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland.<p>It's a beautifully blissful place to spend this Travel Tuesday.<p>The Blue Lagoon was formed by accident in 1976, when water from a nearby power plant formed a pool. People realized the pool was kind of magical …