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A Culture Vulture’s Guide to Santa Fe

There’s no one right way to describe Santa Fe. It’s the capital of New Mexico, the oldest state capital in the U.S., and the country’s third-largest art market — behind New York and Los Angeles. Spanish for Holy Faith, Santa Fe might be better known, though, for its self-proclaimed slogan, the “City Different.” And the…

Where to Spend Memorial Day Weekend This Year

It has been a long, cold winter (at least here in New York), so we’re especially looking forward to Memorial Day this year as the informal kickoff to summer and a signal of longer, warmer days ahead. The holiday to remember our nation’s fallen veterans is a little over one month away. That leaves just…

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…

7 Unusual Ski Destinations Around the World

When thinking of a ski vacation, most people probably picture the United States’ Rocky Mountains or the Alps over in Europe. And it’s true—these destinations are the crème de la crème of skiing with pristine slopes, gorgeous lodges, and plenty of activities for the whole family. But for those looking for a different kind of…

10 Historic U.S. Attractions You Have to Visit

The United States 2016 presidential election is (finally) over and while many citizens are looking toward the future, we’re actually interested in the past. America may not have as storied an existence as Europe or Asia, but there are still hundreds of landmarks and sites around the nation that are worthy of visiting. From man-made…

The Coolest Late-Night Hotel Amenities You Should Know About

For many, traveling to a new destination means packing in as many things as possible into the daylight hours. To those folks, we say, there’s a lot more to be accomplished after the sun sets too. At least that’s what many hotels are thinking these days. In fact, accommodations around the world have started to…

7 Beautiful Spots in Nature That Will Make You Feel Small

With so many of us living sedentary city lives, it’s not hard to see why — when vacation time comes around — there’s a strong desire to answer the call of Mother Nature and indulge in a little wanderlust. For some reason, though, park walks, riverside runs, and rooftop yoga (while nice) can’t quite match…

7 Luxurious Nearcations for When You Score a Surprise Tax Refund

After the stress of tax season, there’s nothing more satisfying than unwinding with a fat refund. And what better way to celebrate than to book a weekend of luxe travel? Now you shouldn’t go too overboard — so that’s why we picked luxe getaways that are each considered “nearcations” for a range of U.S. cities,…

Get Restored at These 10 Incredible Hot Springs Hotels

Hot springs have been popular for their curative and relaxation properties for millennia, and to this day people around the world seek out hot springs for their medicinal benefits. While hot springs abound wherever there is geothermal activity, many exist on private land or at the end of long trails deep in the forest. Fortunately,…

10 Warm and Cozy Hotels for Surviving the Chilly Weather

For some, that first cold snap is greeted with a rousing cheer, “Hooray for sweater weather!” But for the rest of us, the sinking temperatures echo our sinking spirits as we picture chipping away at frozen windshields and bracing ourselves against chilling winds. Our strategy to make it through the colder months? Find a warm,…