Where The Crowds Aren’t.

10 Emerging Places to Visit in Europe For a Crowd-Free Vacation By Jamie Ditaranto This article was originally published by Smarter Travel. As the relentless crowds flock to major tourist sites in cities like Paris and Venice, travelers need to face the truth—we’re wearing each other (and the cities we’re visiting) out. It’s

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Every Time You Go Online, Your Information Is Exposed.

What is PIA and why do I need it? Because every time you go online, your information is exposed. I use PIA on all my devices, including my phone. PIA is my choice of VPN (Virtual Private Network) because it does everything I want it to, without tracking my activities online,

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South America’s Most Surreal Landscape.

Psychedelic images of Salar de Uyuni, South America’s most surreal landscape. By Jen-Rose Smith With an ancient island of giant cacti, boiling mud pools, and hotels made entirely from salt, Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni looks like something from a fever dream. The world’s largest salt flat might be one of Bolivia's most popular

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Why 2019 Is A Fantastic Time To Visit Copenhagen.

Copenhagen is Best in Travel. Effortlessly cool Copenhagen is known for its striking spires, cutting-edge design and cycle-friendly streets. Every year Lonely Planet lists the hottest must-visit destinations, and in 2019, Copenhagen comes out on top as the number one in the city destination category. The avid travelers at Lonely Planet have

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Why You Should Visit Palermo.

Unfortunately, our visit to Palermo was much too short. This video was taken at Seven Restaurant atop the Hotel Ambasciatori, Via Roma, 111 90133, Palermo. We flew from Malta to Palermo where we picked up our rental car, an Alfa Romeo Giulia. We found our Airbnb without much trouble. It was located in the central

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10 Of The Prettiest Coastal Walks In Devon

From sandy beaches and lighthouse-topped cliffs to views of the Jurassic Coast, the Devon coastline offers many perfect locations for a seaside walk.  Often remembered for its amusement arcades and lurid fairground lights, the British seaside gets a bad rep. But with a coastline of sublime cliffs, picturesque beaches and island-dotted

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Ice-defying expedition cruise ships charting new courses

A new generation of polar cruise ships now being readied will open fresh cruise territory, make it possible to go deeper and longer into arctic areas or to sail at times of the year never before attempted. By Tom Stieghorst A prime example is the National Geographic Endurance, which was detailed recently

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Alternative summer vacation destinations

Ready to summer somewhere new? Pack your sunglasses and your best camera and start working your way through our list of alternative summer destinations. By Stine Gjevnøe Sørensen Skip the crowds this summer and try a road less traveled – and way more interesting. From the world’s highest-altitude capital city to an obscure

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