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How to Survive the World's Most Expensive Cities How to Survive the World's Most Expensive Cities
Singapore, Paris, Oslo, Zurich and Sydney recently topped the charts as 2014’s most expensive cities. Fortunately, with a few money-saving strategies, they are still accessible and incredibly worthwhile. Stretch your dollar or euro a little further with these six easy ways to survive even the world’s most expensive cities: More
Getting to Know Morocco Getting to Know Morocco
Morocco is many things at once. Bordering Algeria and all but touching Spain, the country officially resides in North Africa, but its cultural core is French meets Middle-East. The souks and medinas smell of spice and mint and monkeys and are reminiscent of scenes from One Thousand and One Nights. The cities are rich, unexpected and diverse. The result is a country that changes from medieval to colonial to familiar. Travel experiences are equally diverse. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss: More
Travel Inspiration: Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina Travel Inspiration: Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina
Whether soaking in the views from the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway or camping in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the breathtaking mountain views will inspire and refresh you. Here, a variety of outdoor activities are at your fingertips with accommodations spanning from tent-living to remote and cozy cabins. In the summer, the soft blue haze settling over the mountains is especially quixotic. More
Travel Inspiration: Chittorgarh Fort, India Travel Inspiration: Chittorgarh Fort, India
Spanning a remarkable distance of 700 acres in the hills of Rajasthan, Chittorgarh Fort is a wholly remarkable and amazingly preserved feat of ancient architecture. It is located in the state of Rajasthan in Northern India. Originally constructed in the 7th century, the fort inspired fierce battles for ownership before eventually being abandoned in 1568. Travelers can easily visit Chittor from Udaipur City. More
The 7 Friendliest U.S. Cities The 7 Friendliest U.S. Cities
Mingling with locals is just one reason to travel, but it’s also the one which can make the most average trips exceptional. Whether planning a last-minute spring break or looking ahead to summer vacation, here are seven destinations which will make you feel most welcome: More
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