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A world away from the savannahs, the highlands, bustling Nairobi and the familiar National Geographic images of Kenya, you will find an unexpected tropical beach paradise near the old port city of Mombasa; The Royal Reserve Safari and Beach Club. This African style luxury resort is set amongst coconut palm groves on the white sandy beach at Ki

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11/12/2019 04:24 PM
Restaurant earns fame with $185 sandwich
Welcoming diners such as Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, sporting icon David Beckham and superstar musician Ed Sheeran would be enough to make any restaurateur weep with joy.

11/12/2019 03:23 AM
Photos capture rare rhinos in tender moments
British wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas has incredible pictures of endangered rhinos in Kenya.

11/11/2019 07:35 AM
15 hotels that go all-out for Christmas
Twinkling lights, glitter and gourmet menus galore -- without a single dish to wash or tree to trim.

11/12/2019 07:19 PM
We bought a $1 house in Italy. Here's what happened next
It seemed like a deal too good to be true. A new house -- and potentially a whole new life -- for sale in sunkissed rural Italy for the princely sum of just one euro, or little over a dollar.

11/12/2019 06:06 AM
Why the Faroe Islands will close to tourists in 2020
Managing a popular tourist attraction can be kind of like throwing a party -- everyone wants to come and have fun, but nobody wants to help clean up when it's over.

11/11/2019 09:02 AM
Man runs marathon in every country on Earth
British man Nick Butter has become the first person to run a marathon in all 196 countries recognized by the United Nations, finishing his challenge in Greece on Sunday.

11/11/2019 05:59 AM
The far-out worlds built under Soviet cities
Filled with decadent chandeliers, marble columns, mosaics and grand statues, the grand stations built in Moscow, Kiev and other cities across the former USSR are more like a series of underground monuments.

11/08/2019 12:15 PM
World's best boutique hotel for 2019 revealed
From the beautiful Indonesian island of Bali to the rolling hills of Fiji, these unique places to stay have been named as the planet's boutique hotels.

11/08/2019 06:47 AM
How Egypt's Red Sea Mountain Trail set new tracks into the wild
A new route across Egypt is opening up exciting frontiers for hikers hoping to discover lesser trodden corners of the world.

11/08/2019 07:01 AM
Where to see the Berlin Wall
In the dead of night on August 13, 1961, the East German Army began placing more than 48 kilometers of barbed wire through the center of Berlin, splitting the city into two stark halves.

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11/13/2019 12:35 PM
Damaged Hard Rock hotel will be completely demolished, New Orleans officials say
The demolition process will take nine weeks, followed by three months of cleanup. The building's owners will cover all costs.

11/13/2019 11:25 AM
Cruising the Columbia River by steamboat in the Pacific Northwest offers 'real Americana'
A steamboat cruise on the Columbia and Snake rivers traces the trek of Lewis and Clark, explores Native American history and wows with scenic beauty.

11/13/2019 11:02 AM
This snow-covered suspension bridge will give you the chills
The longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the U.S. was blanketed by snow as Tennessee got some chilly weather.

11/11/2019 09:07 AM
Scott Conant is nice and Nikki Bella offers NSFW wine advice at USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience in LA
Nikki and Brie Bella, Antoni Porowski and Scott Conant dished on all things culinary at the USA TODAY Wine and Food Experience in LA.

11/13/2019 09:46 AM
'I'm too afraid to move!' Journalist rescues panicked hiker at Zion National Park
Wordlessly, my brother and I began to climb up the face of a mountain in Zion National Park we had just agreed hours before we'd better not attempt.

11/13/2019 09:25 AM
I paid $62 for round-trip flights. Here's how to book sale travel (and whether you should)
I booked travel during a flash sale: Here's how to do it, what real costs you should be aware of and whether it was worth it.

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11/07/2019 08:02 AM
Southwest Airlines offers dual boarding and deplaning in California
On your next Southwest Airlines flight, boarding and deplaning procedures might look a little different if you're at certain airports in California.

10/18/2019 08:59 AM
The new Mile Cry Club: Flyers bemoan AirPods lost on a plane
Travelers who lose or forget AirPods on a plane often don't see them again because they are hard to find and not easily identifiable.

09/27/2019 10:32 AM
Ever wondered why overhead oxygen bags on airplanes don't inflate? Here's the reason why
You probably haven't thought twice about the overhead oxygen bags on airplanes. Here's why you should.

09/16/2019 11:49 AM
The world's busiest airports in 2018, ranked
When you go the airport, you're probably used to being around a lot of people. But which airports have the most passenger traffic?

08/22/2019 04:49 AM
World's 25 longest airline flights - 2018
Grab your compression socks: These are the world's longest long-haul flights.

08/08/2019 10:02 AM
August aviation photos: Plane spotting around the world
Go plane-spotting around the world with this collection of aviation photos from Augus, including test flights and retro British Airways liveries.

07/12/2019 05:58 AM
35 passengers injured on Air Canada flight heading to Australia
Dozens of passengers were injured on an Air Canada flight from Canada to Australia on Thursday morning.

07/11/2019 03:20 PM
Sun Country Airlines apologizes to mom after she had to pay $75 to sit with her toddler
The mom and her toddler were flying from Providence, Rhode Island, to San Diego with a Minneapolis layover.

07/10/2019 02:55 PM
Southwest updates safety information cards to avoid Boeing 737 Max confusion
Southwest has stopped using combined safety information cards following the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft due to fatal crashes.

07/08/2019 12:57 PM
Catching z's on a long flight? These US airlines provide amenity kits to help flyers relax
United, American, Delta, Hawaiian and JetBlue offer amenity kits that come with items like eye masks, dental kits, lip balm and lotions

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11/13/2019 07:28 AM
Cincinnati's Millennium Hotel to shutter New Year's Eve: What to know about reservations
The Millennium Hotel Cincinnati will shut down operations on Dec. 31., displacing about 100 employees.

11/13/2019 07:21 AM
If you love music, these hotels were made for you
These hotels hit the right notes

11/11/2019 09:09 AM
How to recognize and protect yourself from Airbnb, home rental scams
There are basic steps you can take to make sure you don't buy into what a scammer might be selling on home rental platforms like Airbnb and Vrbo.

11/08/2019 09:44 AM
Bring the whole family to one of the biggest casinos in America
Fun things to do for everyone

11/06/2019 06:28 AM
Mid-century modern restoration planned for former Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge in Des Moines
A local development group wants to revive the old Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge in Des Moines back to its original mid-century modern vibe.

11/05/2019 07:23 AM
Airbnb plans to ban 'party houses' after Orinda shooting. Now people are asking how
After a recent shooting at an Airbnb rental, the home-sharing service vowed to crack down on "party houses."

11/08/2019 08:02 AM
These hotel lobbies are jaw-dropping
Ever walk into a room and just think, "wow"? You definitely will when you take a look at these hotel lobbies.

10/31/2019 11:01 AM
Haunted Airbnbs and hotels that will give you the creeps
Airbnb hosts and hoteliers invite those who dare to stay at their haunted overnight accommodations during the spooky season or year-round.

10/30/2019 12:41 PM
Lavish historic hotels around the world, from LA to Istanbul
Ever wanted to stay in a hotel rich with history? You've come to the right place, thanks to research from HotelTonight.

10/30/2019 06:26 AM
After October's Hard Rock Hotel collapse in New Orleans, lawsuits mount
Workers, businesses, bystanders and children of two men killed asre suing the project owner and construction contractors involved in Oct. 12 collapse.

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11/12/2019 09:28 AM
Lesser-known bones: Rick Steves' guide to Europe's most offbeat crypts and cemeteries
Paris' Père Lachaise – final resting place of Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde – isn't Europe's only must-see cemetery. Rick Steves suggest a few more.

11/12/2019 07:56 AM
Explore favorite European destinations with Rick Steves
Rick Steves shares his candid opinions on the best destinations in Europe.

11/11/2019 12:00 PM
Photo tour: Beautiful Alabama
Alabama is known as the "Heart of Dixie" and has a mix of cityscapes and natural beauty.

11/11/2019 08:20 AM
Now is the time to take a girls' trip to Washington
D.C. insitutions commemorate 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment

11/11/2019 08:19 AM
Enjoy fantastic live music at these 10 wineries and vineyards
Raise a glass to live music

11/11/2019 05:33 AM
Provo, Utah, has museums you wouldn't expect and a case of a missing llama
Don't let Provo, Utah's, squeaky-clean, straight-laced image fool you. There's plenty to do, including intrigue and missing llamas.

11/08/2019 04:27 PM
Who tore down the Berlin Wall? Not David Hasselhoff, but Germans still love him
David Hasselhoff's legacy in Germany is inextricably linked to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Here's why he's still beloved by many Germans.

11/08/2019 09:43 AM
Where are the best places to celebrate the holidays?
Help us crown the best seasonal events in North America

11/07/2019 07:48 AM
State Department warned Americans against traveling to Sonora, Mexico, before killings
Although Mexico itself is a Level 2 country – calling for visitors to "exercise increased caution," Sonora is listed as Level 3 ("Reconsider travel").

11/06/2019 10:51 AM
Know the risks: Travel advisories by country
The U.S. Department of State issues travel advisories intended to help travelers understand the risks involved in visiting certain countries.

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11/13/2019 12:34 PM
Would 19 Hours and 16 Minutes in the Air Make Me Crazy?
Qantas plans to offer the longest commercial flight ever, nonstop from New York to Sydney. Sarah Lyall took the test flight, with kangaroo-themed pajamas and, perhaps, too much medication.
11/13/2019 03:00 AM
Looking to Scientists to Expand Eco-Tourism Efforts
Hotels, lodges and resorts are bringing in scientists to conduct serious academic inquiries while also offering nature tours, workshops and classes for guests.
11/12/2019 03:00 AM
On an Art Scavenger Hunt in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea
The 52 Places Traveler visits the Setouchi Islands, where a triennial art extravaganza is revitalizing fading communities.
11/12/2019 09:16 AM
A Nile Journey Guided by 19th-Century Women
In the late 1800s, women explorers sailed the Nile, sending back vivid accounts of Egypt’s riches. A 21st-century writer travels in their wake.
11/05/2019 02:30 PM
Knowing Paris by Its Bridges
Spanning the Seine, of steel, stone and wood, the city’s many bridges offer lessons in history, architecture — and romance.
11/09/2019 03:00 AM
Awkwafina on Traveling to Asia and Staycationing in New York City
The avid staycationer talks all things travel and her partnership with HotelTonight.
11/08/2019 03:00 AM
For the Best Travel Deals, Get Into the Black Friday Spirit!
The post-Thanksgiving sales frenzy isn’t just for gift-shopping. Travelers can find significant discounts on hotel stays, tours and even cruises.
11/07/2019 03:00 AM
36 Hours in Barolo, Italy
Sleepy villages, hillsides blanketed in grape vines, pasta dusted with shaved truffles, and wine that tastes of violets: just a few reasons to visit this gastronomic paradise in the Piedmont region.
11/13/2019 12:33 PM
How to Succeed in Coach Without Sacrificing Self-Care
Women’s networking conferences that take place on land are so five years ago. Now they happen in the sky, with spa treatments and Reiki.
11/13/2019 07:31 AM
House Hunting in … Kenya
After a decade-long boom, the country’s housing bubble burst in 2016, creating ‘very much a buyer’s market.’
11/13/2019 09:59 AM
Venice Battles Flooding Amid Highest Tide in 50 Years
The mayor called for a state of emergency and the closing of all schools after the Italian city was submerged under “acqua alta,” an exceptionally high tide.
11/13/2019 11:31 AM
This Mexican Village’s Embroidery Designs Are Admired (and Appropriated) Globally
The distinctive iconography used by the Indigenous Otomí people has attracted unsolicited attention from fashion houses, which have incorporated similar images in their designs, often without credit.
11/12/2019 09:24 AM
A Guide to the Aland Archipelago, Where You Can Sleep on Your Own Island
The autonomous region of Finland offers secluded lodgings, fresh seafood and miles of serene coastline to explore.
11/12/2019 01:51 PM
A Mother Journeys Through Grief Across Finland’s Many Islands
The beauty and calm of the Aland archipelago is deceptive. Isolation encourages contemplation — but can it offer respite as well?
11/12/2019 03:00 AM
At Museums Around the World, a Focus on Food
The new Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie de Lyon in southeastern France is one of a growing number of museums and centers devoted to food.

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