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5 Amazing Trips You Could Take If You Didn’t Buy Holiday Gifts

‘Tis the season to break out the credit cards and gift until your heart bursts. But we are here to put a little damper on all of that holiday cheer. You see, the average American will spend $885 on Christmas gifts this year, according to Gallup. And while warming the hearts of others is nice…

7 of the Best Trips for Introverts

Introverts are often thought to be shy and timid, though recent studies have shown that this isn’t always the case. Sure, introverts may relish their alone time, but some just function better in smaller groups or in shorter social periods. Introverts will likely want to skip places where public interaction is inescapable and it’s hard…

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…

11 Hotels With Free Massages and Spa Treatments Included in the Rate

The only downside to booking a room that comes with free massages? The fact that on future hotel stays, the squirreling away of sewing kits, mini bottles of shampoo, and other in-room freebies may not bring you quite the same level of glee as it once did. Now that you’ve been primed for the risk…

8 Places Where It’s Still Hot in October

With October comes pumpkin spice, autumn skies, golden leaves, and excitement for the coming holidays. However, it also brings with it chilly weather and even snow in some parts of the world, which doesn’t always make for ideal vacations. Granted, there are plenty of tropical destinations that are hot year-round such as the Caribbean and…

The Top Summer Travel Trends of 2017

Beach at the Franciscan Lakeside Lodge/Oyster Family road trips, beach trips, and mountain and lakeside getaways enjoy enduring popularity in the summer — one of the most popular times of the year to travel. These classic summer-travel staples are as mainstream and treasured as ever, but we’ve noticed a few other travel trends defining summer…

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…

The World’s Most Majestic Churches and Chapels

Whatever your thoughts on religion may be, there’s no denying that some churches around the world are feats of architecture. Some, like Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow, are gloriously ostentatious, while others, like Paoay Church in the Philippines, are stunningly humble. All, however, stand out for their beauty. Here, we handpicked nine of the world’s…

5 Destinations in the U.S. That Are Perfect for a Babymoon This Winter

According to the American Express Spending & Saving Tracker, 37 percent of consumers with children 12 and under were considering or had already taken a babymoon in 2013. For affluent consumers, more than half of them (53 percent) were planning to take a “pre- or -post-baby getaway.” ICYMI, babymooning is a relaxing, romantic vacation taken by moms-…

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…