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The 30 best places to travel alone
In fact, there are many reasons to travel alone. Solo travel allows for more self-reflection, and chances are, you'll take in more of the culture. We've put together a list of 30 places that are ideal for traveling alone, from an adventure in New …
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Forecasts Predict Extra-Heavy Labor Day Travel
Air travel also will increase more than 1.5 percent, AAA predicts. DePaul University researchers are forecasting that long-haul bus travel will be at its busiest Labor Day weekend level in at least a decade, and cautions that some routes will be sold out.
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10 Questions I Have About The Surprisingly Travel-Prohibitive M Kickstarter
BauBax's update of the many-pocketed shooting jacket popularized by CNN war correspondent Christiane Amanpour during the civil conflict in Algeria has raised more than $ 9 million from almost 45,000 backers on Kickstarter, making it one of the most …
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10 Things to Do Before International Travel

10 Things to Do Before International Travel
Chase Sapphire Preferred is a great option if you travel frequently (so is CapitalOne VentureOne and Charles Schwab reimburses all ATM fees). Let your bank know you'll be overseas or they could freeze your account. Save the international phone number …
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Awesome airline travel hacks you can start using today
Air travel can be a stressful endeavor. From long lines and frustrating logistics to uncomfortable seats and disappointing food, even a 3-hour plane trip can be an exasperating experience. And that's all without even factoring in the huge cost of …
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Astronauts report an “overview effect” from the awe of space travel—and you
Such a profound experience is unique to space travel, White says, and he argues that there's a physiological explanation. “The fact that this perspective happens while the person is in zero gravity is an integral part of the experience,” he told Universe.
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Filmmaker Ken Burns Uses Travel To Bring Movies To Life
In 1990, Ken Burns “The Civil War” attracted nearly 40 million viewers. Starting Monday, a re-mastered version will be broadcast on PBS. However, the award-winning filmmaker who is known for eschewing commercial tie-ins will continue to expand his …
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