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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…

Most Romantic Bed-and-Breakfasts in the U.S.

While many bed-and-breakfasts have a certain charm to them, thanks to a limited number of rooms and personalized service, not all exude a romantic vibe ideal for couples. That’s why we’ve scoured hundreds of B&Bs in the United States to find those that are the most romantic of the lot, making them perfect contenders for…

The Most Haunted Places in the World

‘Tis the season to start embracing the spooky and supernatural. For some people, us included, there’s just something about being safely scared that we can’t quite resist. Maybe it’s our curiosity about the unknown or just the excitement of a cheap thrill, but we even love reading about haunted places. But what makes a place…

5 of the Best U.S. Trips to Take With Your Sister

There’s an easy answer for where you should travel with your sister — everywhere! After all, adventuring with your sister is awesome. You get to know each other better, you laugh over each other’s weird choice in gas station snacks, and you share a variety of fun experiences that can only happen when you get…

10 Stops You Can’t Miss on Your I-95 Road Trip

If you want to drive along America’s East Coast, chances are you’ll motor on I-95 for a good portion of it. Beginning in Maine and ending in Florida, the highway passes through more states than any other in the U.S. — 15 in all. Interstate 95 is also the country’s longest North-South road, but not…

The 10 Most Adorable Cobblestone Streets in the U.S.

The undeniable history, charm, and romance of cobblestone streets have a way of winning over even the most stubborn of self-proclaimed modernists. If we’re going to be completely accurate, true “cobblestone” streets are only those that are distinctly bumpy, with roundish stones, originally designed for horses (and their hooves) to get a good grip. Later…

6 Different Fall Getaways From New York City to Take Right Now

Can you feel it? Summer’s (hopefully slow) exit has begun; cool mornings have quietly started to usher in fall as the trees lining our New York City streets begin to ever-so-slightly loosen the grip on their leaves. We love clear booze, barbecue, beach weekends, and all the summer activities that come with warmth and sunshine,…

4 U.S. Cities Perfect for a Weekend Visit (and No Longer)

Photo by Craig Sunter via Flickr The average American working a full-time salaried job receives 8.1 paid vacation days per year — sometimes even less, depending on the company’s accrual policy. It’s enough (or, actually, so little) that it makes us green-eyed of our friends across the pond who can have up to a month…

8 U.S. Destinations to Avoid This Summer If You’re Worried About Zika

While U.S. territories Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have both reported locally acquired Zika cases, the mosquito is yet to have reached the United States. Unfortunately, Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, now reports that — thanks to warming temperatures — the disease-carrying mosquito will make its…