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How to Save Money on Your Next Hotel Stay

Your flight tickets are likely more expensive individually, but your hotel room rate will probably include multiple nights and other costs, like resort fees, meals and activities, tacked on to your final bill. Fortunately hotels also offer many opportunities to save money if you know where to</i> …

Loyalty

8 Of The Best Nude Beaches In Europe

By: Gianni Jaccoma<p><i>Credit: Shutterstock</i><p>American exceptionalism may have gotten us to the moon and back, but when it comes to actually <i>mooning</i> each other (you know, on the beach), we're not exactly world-beaters. Europe, by contrast, is in a completely different league when it comes to shoreline …

The World's Most Adorable Island

<i>By Ken Jennings, CNTraveler.com</i><p><i>Photo: DigitalGlobe via Getty Images</i><p>Just like the coat of the region's namesake dog, the coast of Dalmatia is spotted -- with countless tiny islands. Most are uninhabited, but one little isle in the Zadar Archipelago recently become a hot destination for honeymooners …

This 'Minor' Airline Fee Is A Major Hassle

Airline junk fees come in all shapes and sizes, but this one may rank among the most bizarre. It comes to us by way of Andrea Hogan, who recently flew from Kauai to Dallas on Hawaiian Airlines.<p>"My eight-year old daughter and I had seats in first class, while my other two sons, ages 10 and 12, were …

Hawaii

America's best small towns, according to Fodor's - CNN.com

The World's 5 Coolest Cabs

New York City's yellow cabs might be world famous, but with a 98 percent chance of getting a driver who's on the phone 100 percent of the time, they're far from the world's best. Or coolest, even.<p><i>Credit: Flickr User Hector Garcia</i><p>New York City's yellow cabs might be world famous, but with a 98 …

New York City

We Rank Flight Attendant Uniforms From Worst to Sexiest

<i>Credit: Facebook User Southwest Airlines</i><p>As air travel's evolved from the free-wheeling, chain-smoking, good time emporium at altitude that it once was, to the no frills, no fun hell it's become, it makes sense that the flight attendant's uniforms would also change over the years.<p>Stripped of their …

6 of the Most Interesting International Borders on Earth

What do a triangular picnic table, two rivers, and a friendly volleyball game have in common? At one time or another, they've all acted as a border between two or more countries, of course!<p><i>Credit: Wikimedia User Jerome</i><p>Unless you've ever lived on, bought books from, or had trouble crossing one, you …

Dominican Republic

Diving with Whale Sharks in the Georgia Aquarium

TravelDigital Nomad<p>The shark bumped me before I’d even put on my fins.<p>“Hello there!” I gurgled into my regulator, then fitted the rest of my gear and dropped below the surface and down to the sandy bottom of the massive blue tank.<p>Georgia Aquarium’s Ocean Voyager exhibit is unfathomably large—the …

Latin American adventures for the whole family

Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you have to stop travelling altogether. In fact, bringing the kids along for your next Latin American adventure can be an enriching experience for everybody involved. It’s easier than you think, and just a few simple guidelines can keep your …

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Soldiers, selfies and a military coup: The unusual state of tourism in Thailand

In most capital cities, waking up to images of armed soldiers, military vehicles and blockades on the streets -- as the army gears up for what it would later declare a coup -- might be cause for alarm.<p>But Bangkok isn't your average city.<p>Since 1932 -- the year Thailand became a constitutional …

The Importance of Helping Serbia

You may be aware that Serbia and the other Balkan countries are experiencing devastating flooding right now.<p>It's the worst flooding the area has experienced in over 120 years. There's massive destruction of streets, buildings and homes. The death toll is rising. Over 25,000 people have been …