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A Procrastinator’s Guide to Summer Vacation Planning

If you still haven’t planned where to go (or how to get there) this summer, fear not. We’ve whipped up a guide to summer vacation planning that will help even the biggest procrastinators. Read on — it’s not too late to plan the perfect summer getaway.

8 Amazing Swinger Vacations to Add to Your Bucket List

For swinging couples, finding the right, anything-goes spot with like-minded folks can be tough. But we’re here to help. From NSFW resorts to risqué cruises, BDSM street parties to swinging nudist towns, here are eight bucket-list getaways for swingers.

6 Luxurious Hotels in San Francisco and Their Cheaper, But Similar, Alternatives

View of Golden Gate Bridge from Alcatraz Island, San Francisco With stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge, iconic turn-of-the-century architecture, and opulent interiors, San Francisco’s luxury hotels are worth the splurge. However, if you’re looking for something high-end, but don’t have a large budget, don’t worry, as we’ve rounded up some of the most…

Where to Go for Spring Break in the U.S.

As February comes to a close, we creep closer and closer to spring break, which usually falls between March and April in the U.S. Not sure where to go? We tapped travel sites Expedia and Hipmunk, who gave us the lowdown on the most popular spring break destinations in the U.S. this year. While some…

The Best Bucket List Getaways for Couples

Pool at Pezoules in Santorini For couples who love to travel, choosing where to go next can be tough. From Europe to Asia, there are so many destinations worthy of a spot on your and your sweetheart’s bucket list. Whether you’re after a languorous sojourn on the beach or a buzzy city break, you can’t…

8 Retro Motels for a Dose of Nostalgia

America’s love for automobiles paved the way for the iconic U.S. road trip. Motels, a name that blends the words “motor” and “hotel,” really took off in the ‘30s and ‘40s, when tourists needed a safe and inexpensive place to sleep while exploring the far reaches of the country. These properties provided some of the…

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 Best Summer Trips for Couples Under 30

Cartagena, Colombia/Oyster Traveling with family and friends can be great, but a romantic vacation with your significant other is truly something special. In fact, a report from the U.S. Travel Association found that couples who travel together tend to have longer-lasting relationships than those who don’t. Plus, traveling sweethearts are likely to be more communicative,…

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…

8 Historic Grand Hotels in the U.S. West

Not too long ago, the Western United States was a frontier, but it wasn’t long before westward expansion saw major cities sprout up with large populations moving into them. With the increased flow of people, the demand for hotels grew, too. From the late 1800s through the early 1900s, dozens of grand properties popped up…