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Costa Rica's Most Posh Outdoor Experiences

Costa Rica has become the world’s posterchild for natural beauty. Roughly 20 percent of the country has been set aside as national parks and reserves, two of which have been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The abundance of rainfores... via

Napa Valley’s feast of film and wine

There are few events on the planet where you can view top-notch cinema at a winery, make a splash at a pool party, mingle with movie stars, indulge in world-class food and drink, then work the calories off with a bike ride — all in one weekend. [...]Show More Summary

'Walking Dead' in real life: Filming sites to snap a selfie

See what locations from the hit TV series look like in real life.        

National park tips: Before heading to the Washington Monument, make sure the elevator is working

The good news is that there’s an elevator. In fact, the elevator is your only option if you hope to see the commanding view from atop the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. It zooms 500 feet up to the observation deck in about 70 seconds. The bad news is that rangers have had a lot of trouble...

Easy peasy Algarve: Portugal’s lush, laid-back coast is a breeze for family breaks with little ones 

Quinta do Lago is one of the most delightful corners of Portugal’s Algarve and its long, sandy beaches and fabulous food make it the perfect location for a family holiday with a little one in tow.

Creepy thrills: How theme parks celebrate Halloween around the USA

From scare zones to Fright Fests, you'll find plenty to fear beyond roller coasters.        

So good, you'll want to keep it a secret: Why Corsica is one of the most authentic and enjoyable family holiday destinations in Europe

MailOnline's Jake Wallis Simons, his wife and three children explore Corsica, one of Europe’s less well-trodden holiday destinations – and the results were wonderful.

Can’t Wait to See Everyone Tomorrow!

10 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : Le Chic Geek

I can’t wait until tomorrow and I think it is so cool that some of you are flying in for the happy hour. Both Ed of Pizza in Motion and I are so excited about the response rate to this event. Also!  Those who attend tomorrow get a sneak peek at the NEXT GeekyPizza happy hour.... The post Can’t Wait to See Everyone Tomorrow! appeared first on Le Chic Geek.         

Get Lyft Rides For An Entire Month For $29

The ridesharing apps have been testing out all kinds of programs to see what works and what doesn't. Many of these programs can be lucrative for consumers, and are intended for the apps to steal market share from one another, and perhaps...Show More Summary

Should You Buy Club Carlson Points With A 75% Bonus?

Through October 30, 2016, Club Carlson is offering a 75% bonus on purchased points. Club Carlson limits you to purchasing 40,000 points per account per calendar year, and the 75% bonus applies even if you purchase just 1,000 points. Factoring in the 75% bonus, you can buy a maximum of 70,000 points through this promotion. Show More Summary

Park Hyatt Is Making A Return To Los Angeles

All things considered, Hyatt's footprint in Los Angeles is quite small. There used to be a Park Hyatt in Los Angeles, which eventually become the InterContinental Century City. Earlier this year the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza closed, as the building is undergoing a $2.5 billion overhaul. Show More Summary

Kuwait Airways’ New 777-300s Might Actually Be Competitive

Yesterday I wrote about how Kuwait Airways is going through a "once in a generation" rebranding, which includes a new logo and livery. While that's nice, my big question has been whether they'll actually substantially change their offerings,...Show More Summary

China’s HNA Group To Buy 25% Stake In Hilton

In April it was announced that China's HNA Tourism Group is acquiring a 51.3% stake in Rezidor Hotel Group, which owns Club Carlson hotels. Chinese companies trying to buy stakes in major international hotel chains is nothing new, as...Show More Summary

Review: Xiamen Air Business Class 787 Seattle To Shenzhen

I boarded through door L2, where I was immediately greeted by two friendly and professional flight attendants. Upon verifying my boarding pass, one of them escorted me to my seat, which was to the left of the entry door. Xiamen Air is...Show More Summary

Virgin America Sold A Pair Of Shoes For Nearly $100,000

A bit over a week ago I wrote about how Virgin America was auctioning off some one-of-a-kind shoes on Ebay, in order to raise money for Soles4Souls, which helps get shoes and clothing to people in need. What made these shoes so unique...Show More Summary

Bike Path In Poland Can Glow For 20 Years Using Solar Power

10 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : PSFK: Travel

Cyclists can follow the shimmering blue lanes for better safety each time they ride

Reinvented Bicycle Inspired By Supercar Design

10 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : PSFK: Travel

The yellow bike based on a Lamborghini has sharp edges and an aluminum alloy frame

How to Save Money in Reykjavik

I just got back from my third trip to Iceland. Because of its growing popularity with tourists, a trip to Reykjavik will cost you more than ever. But there are still some ways you can stay on budget and in this post, I share 11 of them (plus some of my recommendations on what to see and do). The post How to Save Money in Reykjavik appeared first on Nomadic Matt's Travel Site.

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