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Where to Travel in October, According to Experts

Tucked between the home stretch of summer and the hoopla of holiday season, October is arguably the best time to travel. By now, summer surge pricing has likely eased up, crowds have thinned, the air is cool and crisp, and fall festivals, like Dia de Muertos and Oktoberfest, fill the calendar. Given this, autumn is…

Where to Go in California: A Cheat Sheet to the Top Destinations

More than one-and-a-half times bigger than the entire United Kingdom, California is the U.S. state with the highest population, the most national parks, the tallest trees, and some of the coolest, most vibrant cities. A state of mountains, deserts, lakes, and beaches, California has some of the most incredible landscapes in the country, too. Plus,…

The Most Beautiful Places in California

Packed with rugged good looks and natural elegance that extends far beyond the celebs of Hollywood, California is one of the most geographically diverse states in the United States. From the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and stunning redwood trees to the picturesque beaches and rugged desert, there’s beauty to be found everywhere in the Golden…

Top Road Trip Ideas for Adult Families

When the kids grow up and finally flee the coop, you may start to realize how much you miss having them around. When that happens, get the brood back together for a bonding road trip. Experiencing the open road as an adult unit, unbound by the need to visit theme parks and water parks (not…

The Most Beautiful Places in America

They don’t call her America the Beautiful for nothing. The U.S. has more national parks than states (plus over 10,000 state parks), as well as plenty of places outside of the park system that capture our attention with their remarkable beauty. That said, what you’re about to see is by no means a definitive round-up…

The 10 Best Budget Hotels Near National Parks

If you want to visit the beautiful national parks of the United States on a budget, you’re welcome to camp at one of the many affordable sites across the country. But we know very well that camping isn’t for all. As it might be hard to justify splurging on a luxury hotel, since you’ll be…

The 10 Best Desert Getaways in the U.S.

Whether you despise rain or are just tired of city lights and skyscrapers, a trip to one of the desert towns in the U.S. can provide relief with skin-warming sun and cacti as far as the eye can see. Though summers in these locales can be a bit too sweltering, the typically mild winters make…

California Bucket List: 5 Exhilarating Adventures for Outdoor Enthusiasts

California, America’s most populous state (nearly 40 million residents), is a destination that’s favored by foodies, fashionistas, pop culture buffs, history and art lovers, and outdoor enthusiasts seeking various channels for their energy. Speaking of the latter, California’s unique topography and geographical positioning — not to mention sheer size (it’s 163,000 square miles) — gives…

Creepy Abandoned Hotels Across the U.S.

Courtesy of Lecates via Flickr When business slows and the game is up for struggling hotels, sometimes there’s nothing for the owners to do but leave everything as is and shut the whole mess down. From ill-advised, Gold Rush-era expansion to miscalculating the willingness of travelers to pay for luxury in the middle of nowhere,…

6 Awesome Fall Getaways From Los Angeles

SoCal residents may be blessed with nearly-perfect weather all year long, but if you ask us, missing out on the glorious colors of fall — plus its crisp air and pumpkin patches (okay, we know L.A. has the latter) — kind of seems like a drag. Thankfully, there’s a host of spots along the West…