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10 things we want in our hotel welcome basket

photo by elPadawan via Flickr It’s not always easy to feel welcome in a hotel. In the discussion of fees and regulations at check-in, and the often corporate responses of those working behind the desk, the hospitality can feel frigid, however … Continue reading

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Let’s be honest: Travelers, suppliers lie to each other

The travel industry likes to stretch the truth as much as you do — maybe more.(Photo: Zoran Zeremski, Getty Images/iStockphoto) Travelers lie. But why? Is it because they’re far away from friends and family, and bending the truth has few … Continue reading

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Five myths about low airfares

An Alitalia plane flies in front of a rainbow in Pavia, near Milan, on May 21, 2015.(Photo: Antonio Calanni, AP) Beating the airlines at their complex pricing game is often the first step of planning any trip. Yet despite the … Continue reading

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Go green at America’s best vegetable-forward restaurants

On the day before the recent James Beard Awards ceremony (held in Chicago — its first foray outside New York since its 1990 inception — on May 4), a handful of talented chefs sat down at Kendall College for a … Continue reading

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Calling all ballers: Mercedes wants to pimp your private jet

Yep, that’s a fish tank. This is the most pimped out private jet yet. Photo credit MB The market for private jets just got a little more gorgeous for the well-heeled: Mercedes has developed its own unique look for the … Continue reading

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Rick Steves: Packing the perfect European picnic

A European picnic is a fine way to enjoy a cheap — and local — meal.(Photo: Rick Steves) If you want to eat like a local — enjoying tasty local specialties economically — picnic. While I’m the first to admit … Continue reading

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Secrets of the Maya: Where to find the authentic experience

Vacationing in Mexico’s Caribbean coast and not touring Chichen Itza and Tulum would be like visiting Paris for the first time and not seeing the Eiffel Tower. These Mayan archeological treasures are the iconic sights of the region. But what … Continue reading

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Three Cunard ‘queens’ in historic meetup

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The most likely causes, locations of death for Americans abroad

Pushing up daisies, photo by Rachel Kramer via Flickr Is traveling dangerous? Watching the world news, it can certainly seem so, and indeed keeps more than a few wanna-be travelers from booking a ticket on the next flight out. However, … Continue reading

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70 cocktails that scream summer

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