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NYC on the Cheap: The 16 Best Bang-for-Your-Buck Hotels

View of Central Park, New York City For some, New York City inspires images of haute couture, celebrity hot spots, and internationally renowned chefs. For others, it’s more about visiting bucket-list attractions, like the Empire State Building, Central Park, and American Museum of Natural History. New York’s broad appeal shows in the numbers: It’s the…

8 Awesome Honeymoons for $2,000 or Less

Beach at Royal Hideaway Playacar, Playa del Carmen/Oyster The tradition of traveling after a whirlwind wedding is something many couples look forward to. However, shelling out loads of cash for a honeymoon, especially after emptying out your pockets for a wedding, is less than ideal. Couples, on average, spend around $4,466 for a honeymoon, though…

7 Theme Parks to Visit Instead of Disney

When it comes to family vacations, a certain mouse has a bit of a monopoly on the market. And while we 100 percent support Disney getaways of every kind, there may come a time when you want to explore other parks. Whether you’re scouting out cheaper or closer options, or just have a sense of…

9 Reasons U.S. College Towns Are Great Spots for Tourists

Colleges and universities can be found all over the globe, in both massive cities and tiny locations that barely constitute a speck on the map. Some people went to schools in cities like New York or Chicago — places that have wonderful colleges and universities amid the urban sprawl, but can’t quite be categorized as…

The 12 Most Patriotic Destinations to Celebrate the 4th of July

Ever wonder why Independence Day is celebrated with shooting off fireworks? Turns out, the explosions were a personal request of founding father John Adams. In a letter to his wife Abigail, he even suggested the anniversary be marked with a long list of things including “illuminations from one end of this continent to the other…

6 Adorable Historic Towns in the U.S. Worth a Visit

Historic getaways are nothing new (pun intended!), but it’s relatively easy to get stuck in a rut; you’re either visiting whatever’s close, or heading into the big U.S. cities that lay claim to some of the most important historic sites, museums, and other attractions in the country. So we’re going to take those major cities…

The 10 Best Places to Jump Start Your New Year’s Resolutions

Well, the holiday season is officially behind us; now the snow seems less festive and more just cold. Our bank accounts are verging on empty thanks to Christmas shopping and New Year’s Eve revelry. And the many “I’ll worry about that after the holidays” tasks are now upon us and looking pretty daunting. But, all…

6 Alternative Spring Break Destinations We Love

For many, spring break is the perfect time of year to head to the beach or hit the slopes. And while we certainly love classic spring break destinations like Punta Cana and Park City, these six spots are a bit more unconventional — and totally awesome. From the American Southwest to bustling metropolises a little…

8 BRAND-NEW Photo Fakeouts That Are, Well, Ridiculous

Throughout our hours and hours of travel and hotel investigating, we’ve come across quite a few photo fakeouts: Situations where the hotel website showed the property as one way, and we found it to be a totally different way when we arrived. Like in the cases of “crowd-free” beaches, “delicious” buffets, and “massive” pools. And…