Antarctica – The Last Unique Place on Earth [PHOTOS]

Sunspur on a beautiful blue day

Antarctica – the last unique place on Earth

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August 11, 2014 by
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10 of Europe’s Best (Lesser Known) Art Museums

Here's a famous European museum, but what about some of the other ones?

Europe is blessed with an abundance of art museums that extends well beyond the indisputable acclaim granted to places like the Louvre or the Prado. While these art museum giants tend to leave a visitor dizzy after covering hundreds of years of art in one afternoon, the lesser known museums frequently focus on a single artist or time period. This narrower scope is less overwhelming and often provides a unique opportunity to see how an artist evolved and matured. Here are ten lesser known art museums guaranteed to surprise and charm.

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August 8, 2014 by
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Why You Should Visit Bosnia & Herzegovina Now

A quiet village in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina was the most surprising country to visit on my entire six-month trip around the Balkans. I really knew nothing about the place, but since I’d have to drive through there on my way from Montenegro to Croatia, I thought, why not? It’s now one of my favourite countries.

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August 6, 2014 by
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Where to Go in August: 20 Great Summer Travel Spots

Celebrate Elvis Week in Graceland

Summer is almost over and if you haven’t had a vacation yet, it’s time to start planning. August is the prime time to visit many cities around the world, plus many festivals and fairs occur in August. Take your pick from this compilation of some of the top spots to visit in August and start planning – it’s not too late for a last minute summer getaway.

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August 4, 2014 by
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How to Snack Like a Local in Europe

With so much food in the world to try, every traveler needs an excuse to snack between meals. Happily, many European countries build snacking right in to their culinary culture.

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August 1, 2014 by
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Top Photos of the Month: August Beach Party

Top Photos of the Month: August Beaches

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August 1, 2014 by
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Announcing Our July Instagram Photo Contest Winners!

Ocean City Boardwalk, Delaware zaptie20 July Insta Contest

Here are our Top Ten photos from the July “America the Beautiful” Instagram photo contest!

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August 1, 2014 by
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The Big Five and Beyond: Going on Safari in the Serengeti

Popping up out of the safari jeep

Big Five hunting has waned in popularity, but there’s still a good deal of status associated with bagging a lion or an elephant for sport. How much better to go on a safari with only the intent of seeing, not diminishing these populations?

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July 28, 2014 by
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Not Your Typical Viator Deal Alert! Viator Joins the TripAdvisor Family

  It’s official, and we’re thrilled – Viator has signed an agreement to be acquired by TripAdvisor. Let’s let that sink in a little bit… When Viator was founded as a travel technology company in 1995, airlines, hotel companies and even car rental companies had already brought their products online. But there was no one-stop […]

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July 24, 2014 by
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Independent Stonehenge and Bath Afternoon Tour from London

As one of the world’s most fascinating architectural sites, Stonehenge has long been on my travel ‘to do’ list. When the opportunity finally arose this spring, I was more than a little excited. Figuring that the 90 minute trip from London warranted a full day out, I opted to include the charming town of Bath – famous for its ancient Roman Baths and Jane Austen Centre – to the itinerary.

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July 23, 2014 by
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