Travel is one of the industries that has completely transformed by the smartphone evolution and as a result, there is an abundance of ingenious apps designed to make your trips easy to plan, cheaper, and
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Though it's technically part of China, Hong Kong has its own culture and personality. The cosmopolitan city is spread out over several small islands, many of which are very densely populated and full incredible
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Kayak has created its first "Travel Hacker" guide. The travel-search site analyzed more than a billion travel searches to create a customized set of "hacks" that includes tips on where and when to travel
Travel Witness the sculpted horizons of the southwest, where man-made boundaries mean nothing to the rugged lands. The Four Corners is far too prosaic of a name for the strikingly beautiful territory respects
With its pine- and cedar-lined shores, rocky islands, and clean blue water, Burntside is the prototypical northwoods lake. And this 101-year-old outfit on the lake’s south shore is the prototypical northwoods