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Sound Off! What are some games and gadgets that are fun for the whole family?

The holidays are here and many of us are traveling to visit families located far and wide. While it's always good to see our relatives, it's not as enjoyable to talk politics with Grandpa all day. We really need some entertaining ways to keep everyon...

I want to live in one of these spectacular cabins in a Norwegian fjord

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Look at this. It's so perfect it seems artificial—some illuminated display inside a "Visit Norway" booth at a travel fair. It is actually the view from a cabin in the northwest coast of Norway, 250 miles northwest of Oslo, a paradise in the middle of a fjord. It is now one of my dream homes, too. Read more...

Checkerboard City: Can We Have Nice Things?

By John Greenfield There’s nothing like visiting another city to give you a fresh perspective on your own. Earlier this month I traveled to New York to powwow with other reporters from the transportation news network I work for. Pedaling a Citi Bike around Manhattan, I was struck by the thought that Chicago’s protected bike […]

20 Must-Try Street Foods Around the World

Can you imagine visiting Paris without having a crêpe? Strolling through Hong Kong and not eating an egg waffle? Passing up authentic jerk chicken in Jamaica? Trying street food is an integral of traveling to new places, and it’s a delicious window into new cultures, a taste of human history. Show More Summary

Our friend Linda Lombardi, aka wombatarama and creator of truly...

Our friend Linda Lombardi, aka wombatarama and creator of truly awesome pug photos, recently traveled to Japan and paid a visit to one of Tokyo’s numerous Owl Cafes and then wrote about her experience for Tofugu. We learned from Linda...Show More Summary

Golden retrievers bring comfort and joy to holiday travelers at the airport

There are few things more reliably stressful than braving the airport during the holiday travel season. In the hopes of combating some of that stress, United Airlines has organized visits from comfort dogs at its terminals in Chicago's...Show More Summary

A Week in Puerto Rico: Turtle Babies, Bonfires, and Skinny-Dipping

The Caribbean isn't completely off-limits to LGBT travelers — with warm beaches and 600 years of history, gay-friendly Puerto Rico is a little peace of paradise you don't have to feel guilty about visiting. read more

How to Deduct Travel Expenses by Investing in Places You Vacation

My favorite strategy when it comes to tax savings is buying rentals in places that you visit often.

On the Move: The Year's Best Advice for Road Trips & Travel — Best of 2014

No matter if you're hitting the road to go visit family for a holiday or in the skies heading towards your dream getaway, the getting there part isn't always that pleasant. But we've gathered the best advice this year on traveling, from...Show More Summary

Castro Could Visit White House

The White House is open to a visit from Raul Castro. With developments proceeding apace, a high-level US diplomat, Assistant Secretary of State Roberta Jacobson, revealed she will travel to Havana in late January for the first direct talks to “begin the process of restoration of diplomatic relations.” But amid celebrations on Havana’s streets and [...]

Five Family Vacation Spots on Sale for Winter Break

The holidays are rarely the cheapest time to travel, as airlines hike fares to make the most of increased demand and space sells out quickly to hordes of travelers visiting relatives or taking advantage of school vacation. In fact, between...Show More Summary

Cagliari vs. Juventus: Former Manchester United Man Patrice Evra Quietly Shines

Juventus travelled to Sardinia on Thursday evening, visiting Cagliari's Stadio Sant'Elia for their final league game of 2014. With the Italian Super Cup in Doha on Monday, the game presented a difficult balancing act for Massimiliano...Show More Summary

10 Greatly Exaggerated Cities to Travel Around the World

We make a lot of ratings, prompting travelers the best places to visit in the world. But what about those places where it is not necessary to go? Leave aside Saransk and Ryazan and focus on those cities whose names are on the ear, but in fact they are unworthy of attention. 1. Casablanca The […]

Small Town Travel: 7 Reasons to Visit Medina, New York

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. For me, 2014 was the Year of the Small City. Chattanooga. Raleigh. Buffalo. Last month, we went even smaller. On a trip through western New York, we stopped in the small town (they prefer “village” actually) of Medina. Show More Summary

What To Do When It All Goes Wrong

Visiting dangerous places, leaving cell signal behind, traveling by yourself and just generally taking risks? Well, guess what? At some point, it's going to go badly for you. Likely when you least expect it. Here's what I've learned about self rescue. Read more...

White House: Obama Probably Wouldn't Turn Down A Chance to Visit Cuba

President Obama doesn’t have plans to travel to Cuba, according to the White House, but that doesn’t mean he is ruling it out. During the White House Press Briefing on Wednesday, Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that there was “nothing on the schedule” regarding a trip to Cuba. Show More Summary

My Visit to Washington D.C. in Pictures

I was just in Washington D.C. for the White House Travel Bloggers Summit on Study Abroad and Global Citizenship. Here are some pictures from my trip from my daily Instagram feed. Amateur […] The post My Visit to Washington D.C. in Pictures appeared first on Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast. Related posts: Washington D.C. Show More Summary

Digging Out of Tourism Downfalls: Egypt's Archaeology Takes the Stage

Finally, there is good news from Egypt. During a visit to Washington, D.C. last week, Egyptian Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazou announced that travel to Egypt is up 70 percent this year. Tourists are venturing back to the country despite...Show More Summary

Justin Timberlake Visits ‘Tonight Show’, Ratings Hit 9-Month High — Video

Justin Timberlake continues to be late-night ratings crack.  Timberlake visited Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night; he and Fallon traveled back to the 90's Camp Winnepesaukee again. Not coincidentally, the show delivered its...Show More Summary

You can now enter the U.S. with $100 worth of Cuban cigars

Rolled up in the list of changes to U.S.-Cuba policy announced on Wednesday was a win for cigar-lovers: American travelers who visit Cuba will be allowed to enter the U.S. with $400 worth of goods — $100 of which can consist of Cuban cigars and booze. See also: The Internet in Cuba: 5 Things You Need to Know The U.S. Show More Summary

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