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Know When to Stop: 5 Signs You’ve Been Driving to Long

Know When to Stop: 5 Signs You’ve Been Driving to Long

Mile marker after mile marker, they just keep flying by like the insects on your windshield before they met their fate. You stretch your back once more and change the radio station for the tenth time in the last hour, and finally a yawn slips out. With destinations, deadlines, and [...]

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Best Free Museums in America

Museums astound visitors’ everyday. But what is most spectacular is that these museums are free of charge. Whether you are looking for ancient history or historic paintings, these are the best free museums America has to offer. Although the price is free, these museums gladly accept donations to help fund [...]

Travel Destinations Where Women Need to Take Extra Precautions

Travel Destinations Where Women Need to Take Extra Precautions

This article is not intended to besmirch any particular country, nor are we trying to suggest that ladies are not capable of traveling alone. However, the fact is that women are more vulnerable and in certain countries ― and without knowing the statistics, a fun vacation can turn into a [...]

The Wildest Adult-Friendly Halloween Parties in the U.S.

The Wildest Adult-Friendly Halloween Parties in the U.S.

Anba Dlo VI (New Orleans, LA) This annual fundraiser (named after a Creole phrase that translates to, ‘from beneath the waters’) is sponsored by the New Orleans Healing Center, a cooperative that includes restaurants, grocery stores, and other establishments committed to improving the city of New Orleans. On Oct. 19, [...]

6 Important Rules to Follow for Third World Travel

6 Important Rules to Follow for Third World Travel

Everyone should visit at least one Third World country during their lifetime, and not just as a point of comparison with wealthier travel destinations. However, it’s important to note that visiting these nations requires a completely different frame of mind. Here are a few important rules to follow, according to [...]

Countries Taking Back their Culture: A look at Vang Vieng, Laos

Countries Taking Back their Culture: A look at Vang Vieng, Laos

Whiskey buckets, mushroom shakes, and free shot: all enjoyed while on tubes going down a river! Vang Vieng was a tourism saturated village in Laos, located in the Vientiane Province, about a sickening four hour mini-bus ride north of the capital. The town lies near the Nam Song River with [...]

6 Breathtaking Winter Cruises

6 Breathtaking Winter Cruises

Most people associate cruises with warm weather and cocktail umbrellas, but there are plenty of great options for vacationers who want to hit the water during the winter season. The following list includes voyages to both tropical destinations and chillier climates, offered by some of the world’s most reputable cruise [...]

9 Ways to Evade Bed Bugs in Hostels

9 Ways to Evade Bed Bugs in Hostels

So you’ve found the perfect hostel: cheap, a clean kitchen, good social space and comfortable beds. Life is good—except what is that row of little, red, itchy bumps? Bed bugs are bad news, and you’ll want to avoid any contact with these parasites at all costs. Luckily, with a little [...]

World’s Best New Hotels 2013

World’s Best New Hotels 2013

Architecture is progressing, and these “new-aged” hotels are taking over outdated urban structures around the world. Equipped with trendy art and fashionable sheets, guests are welcomed to an array of amenities. Get in style on your next vacation with these best new hotels in 2013. The Saguaro | Palm Springs, [...]

10 Awesome Free Attractions Around the U.S.

10 Awesome Free Attractions Around the U.S.

Cheap is good but free is better, and when planning a trip or looking for some daytime fun, free can be found- you just have to know where to look for it. Here are 10 attractions around the U.S. that’ll help keep your wallet in check. New Orleans Jazz National [...]