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3 Romantic Getaways

<i>Written by Karen Kwan for: AmongMen.com</i><p>Need some downtime with your honey? Whether it's an anniversary celebration or one of your birthdays, or maybe you just need some R&R, these blissful vacations will make reconnecting and getting those home fires burning a breeze. You'll regret having waited so …

Best Vacation for Bicycle-Lovers

Whether you’re a semi-professional cyclist or simply addicted to Spin class, hotels and travel companies are increasingly catering to bike lovers, …

Cruising to Bermuda

Considering a cruise? Love ‘em or hate ‘em, seasoned travelers seem to have strong opinions on the subject.<p>And there’s no denying the impact the industry has had on how families travel. Cruise lines have not only increased capacity by more than 2,000 percent since 1970, they’re working overtime to …

31 Pictures That Show Japan's Crazy Obsession With Cats

Hello Kitty, arguably Japan's most famous export, is only the tip of the iceberg. I've tried on bowler hats with pointy ears, visited kitty petting zoos, and eaten Cheshire cat pizza at theme restaurants.<p>Why the obsession?<p>In Japanese folklore, cats have protective powers and symbolize good fortune. …

12 Not Terrible Places to Eat Near the Eiffel Tower

We don't recommend visiting the Eiffel tower without a solid plan for eating, whether to fortify yourself for the wait or to restore your sanity after the harrowing elevator ride. Here are some tables to consider that don't require a crosstown trip.<p><b>Walk-Ins Welcome</b><p>1. Café Constant - With three …

How North Korea Surprised Me

My mother's family came from the town of Sinuiju in North Korea, although this is a fact rarely spoken of within my family. My great aunt has been the only one eager to talk about it and through her, I learned that she was the last from her family to cross the border between North and South Korea …

Dining Etiquette From Around The World

Dining while abroad can feel as though you are tiptoeing around a minefield of unfamiliar rules. Table manners are the ultimate way to show respect (or some accidental disrespect) to your gracious host.<p>We've already shown you how to <i>drink</i> while traveling to foreign countries, so now it's time to …

Why Is Airplane Food So Terrible?

Because it is really hard, though not impossible.<p>I fly a lot and on a lot of airlines. I fly first and business class a lot (thanks to upgrades). So I’ve sampled a lot of food. Some of it is quite good. I know that the people designing the meals care and try, but it’s immensely hard. Finally, the …

Gascony: France's New Foodie Destination

Not since the Three Musketeers unsheathed their swords centuries ago has Gascony seen this much excitement. To savor le dernier cri in French …

Undiscovered France: Where to Go Next

With Paris’s many seductions, the stately Loire Valley, picture-perfect Provence, and the dazzling Côte d’Azur it’s no wonder much of the rest of …

I Heart My City: Nuno’s Lisbon

<b>Nuno Lopes de Paula</b> was born and raised in Lisbon. After studying tourism and working in the local tourism office, he went off to see the world, but his heart belongs to Portugal. He shows off his hometown pride as a spotter for the Lisbon edition of Spotted By Locals and keeps busy by playing with …