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12 signs you’re traveling like an a**hole in Mexico

1. You ask people if they speak “Mexican.”<p>Don’t think we need to explain this one.<p>2. Or, you assume that by knowing Spanish, everyone will understand …

Street Eats: 12 Must-Try Foods in Mexico City

Where <i>tacos sudados</i> are sold from bike baskets, large steamers of tamales are peddled from tricycle carts and intoxicating smells waft from simmering …

Day of the Dead in Oaxaca

To many outsiders, the icons, costumes, and rituals associated with Mexico’s <b>Day of the Dead</b> festivities—held around All Saints and All Souls Days (November 1 and 2, respectively) in <b>Oaxaca</b> and other cities—seem macabre and ghoulish. It can be difficult to conceive of death as something to …

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Mexico City’s Savory Sisterhood

The only happy offshoot of Mexican machismo, which continues to find the matriarch shooing men away from the larders, may be that Mexico City’s culinary scene is dominated by women.<p>Chef Gabriela Cámara’s inaugural outpost, <b>Contramar</b>, in the central Roma Norte area, is a seafood shack fashioned with …

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I Heart My City: Emily’s Washington D.C.

Hello, city lovers! Today’s city is our own, Washington, D.C., filtered by the City Sifting local (and former IT helmsman), <b>Emily King</b>. <br>Want to see your city on IT? Copy and paste our list of fill-in-the-blank questions<p>into an e-mail, fill in your answers, and send your responses to …

I Heart My City: Barrett’s Charleston

As a member of the U.S. Coast Guard, traveling is part of the job for <b>Barrett Caldwell</b>. While he spends half the year criss-crossing the globe and soaking up other cultures, he’ll never outgrow his fondness for the place where he “learned to love the water and developed an appreciation for history …

I Heart My City: Gaby’s Savannah

Photojournalist <b>Gaby Varela</b> is currently based in Boston, but before that the former <i>Traveler</i> photo intern lived in Savannah off and on for six years. She says Savannah offers the best of city living and small town charm all in one package with its vibrant art scene, close-knit community, and air of …

I Heart My City: Matt’s Washington, D.C.

Hello city-lovers! Today we’re exploring our own backyard with an <b>I Heart My City</b> guide to <b>Washington, D.C.</b> Today’s tour comes courtesy of travel blogger Matt Long, Editor-in-Chief and creator of LandLopers.com. Get Matt’s insider’s take on the nation’s capital, then tell us what you love about D.C. …

I Heart My City: Nat Geo’s Washington, D.C.

Since it’s America’s birthday today, we thought it would be fitting to publish a special edition of I Heart My City to celebrate the best things about the nation’s capital and National Geographic’s home city.<p>There’s a little-engine-that-could we like to call “Team Lady” here at <i>Traveler —</i> otherwise …

I Heart My City: Molly’s Galway

Freelance journalist <b>Molly McCluskey</b> divides her time between Washington, D.C. and various cities in Europe — but keeps returning to the land of her ancestors, Ireland. She lived in Galway city last summer and will be returning for a second dose of Irish hospitality this summer. Here are a few of …

I Heart My City: Rose’s Cincinnati

<b>Rose Davidson</b> was an intern for National Geographic Travel Books this past summer. She studied anthropology and journalism in college, where she developed a passion for culture and the arts, and has traveled extensively around the world, but this Ohio girl will always call Cincinnati home. Here are …

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Maddux fine going into HOF with no team on cap

<b>ARLINGTON, Texas</b> — Greg Maddux, whose Hall of Fame career was highlighted by pitching success with both the Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cubs, will go …

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How to Eat Your Way Across America!

Ready for an all-American food odyssey? From east to west, you'll find unique—and irresistible!—regional treats you have to taste to believe. Oh, and …

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"Natures Art" ice encased St. Joseph, Michigan Lighthouse

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<b>Steve Waters</b> Lonely Planet author<p>Leave the bright lights and tourist delights of Esfahan and Shiraz far behind to track down these astonishing millennia-old relics among the dusty wilds of ancient Persia. From snow-tipped northern crags to scorching southern deserts, you’ll traverse eroded volcanic …

Ireland's best drives

Whether or not you're used to getting into the driver's seat from the right, and driving on the left, Ireland's (often pot-holed) two-lane roads make up some of Europe's most scenic drives. Particularly going village to village, pub to pub, on and off the rugged coastal drives of western and …

Driving Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

The 'Wild Atlantic Way' driving route neatly packages the abundant attractions of Ireland's west coast, from West Cork to Donegal. The well-signed, easy-to-navigate route includes 157 'Discovery Points', where drivers can stop and learn more about the must-sees and lesser-known diversions of this …