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YOU MAY BE THE ECO-FRIENDLIEST person at home, but are you equally as eco-friendly when you travel? Travel has been a big contributor to sustainability that needs to be addressed, and there are many commonly overlooked things that you as a traveler can do to ensure that your trips are eco-friendly. Granted, there
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Affectionately dubbed ‘Old Sober’, the little-known New Orleans dish called yakamein is said to right even the worst symptoms of fun.
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We're huge fans of international travel. London, Paris, Hong Kong, Rome, Rio, Tokyo, Tel Aviv… These are just some of the faraway destinations bursting with exciting adventures, rich histories, and striking landscapes. And while they'll forever have a place on our travel bucket lists (and in our hearts, once we make it there), today we're staying a little closer to home by highlighting the most beautiful cities in the U.S.
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Few people know you can scuba dive beneath Hungary’s capital – not even the majority of locals who live above the abandoned Kőbánya limestone mine.
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If you're planning a road trip this summer, prepare to spend more than you have before.
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Every year for our World’s Best Awards survey, Travel + Leisure asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe—to share their opinions on the top hotels, resorts, islands, cruise lines, spas, airlines, and more. Readers rated cities on their sights and landmarks, culture, food, friendliness, shopping, and overall value.

We took a close look at the European cities travelers loved most, and found that many of them have knockout beaches.

Read more: http://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best/europe-beach-cities
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‘Aloha’ is a legal concept that grew out of the necessity for Hawaiians to live in peace and work together, in harmony with the land and their spiritual beliefs.
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One of India's most famous landmarks, the Taj Mahal, is planning to place a three-hour cap on visits to avoid overcrowding at the popular tourist location.
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If you're flying across the planet in the next 12 months, you might want to think about routing that trip through one of Asia's top airports.
Once again the region's aviation hubs are leading the world when it comes to passenger satisfaction, scooping top prizes in the prestigious annual Skytrax World Airport Awards.
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Do you want to travel to affordable places? If yes, these are the 10 cheapest countries to visit!
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Asia is a melting pot of cultures, culinary creations, craft, languages and is filled with hidden gems. So we've put together an in exhausti...
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Africa’s top 10 best safari camps and lodges in Africa are situated all across this magnificent continent, on Tanzania’s Serengeti, Kenya’s Masai Mara, the Okavango Delta in Botswana and Kruger National Park in South Africa. Here you can spot the most breathtaking animals in their wilderness habitat.
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There is much more to see and do in this Thai resort than just the bars and the beach.
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Here’s where’s hot right now … and we don’t mean trendy. We pick 10 mid- and long-haul escapes where the sun’s shining and the temperature is at least 23C.
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Hawaiian Airlines' new A321neo planes are delayed — and the disruption is forcing the airline to cancel or defer a number of new flights.
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You might imagine that the victorious U.S Curling Team is in a good mood.

So its governing body took to Twitter to make a small request of Delta Air Lines.
Perhaps they were joking. Perhaps they were hoping.

I'm a little of both when I occasionally try to incite the sympathy of an airline check-in agent.

Oh, but look how Delta replied.
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The landscape is peppered with medieval fortified castles, extravagant Neo-Renaissance palazzos, Baroque palaces and Historicist manors.
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One airline CEO, though, believes this has to change.

As Bloomberg reports, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce foresees a different way.

Imagine, he says, a short-haul version of, say, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. It could carry perhaps 275 passengers.

More importantly -- for me, at least -- it could have two aisles.

Personally, I used to go out of my way to fly American Airlines from SFO to JFK specifically because it flew twin-aisled Boeing 767s.
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For hundreds of years, the residents of Tangier Island have maintained a unique relic of their colonial past.
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Fancy staying in a converted convent or an old post office that’s been given a new stamp of style? We pick new places across Europe, from affordable dorms to sea view suites
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Ollolai, a destination in the mountain region of Barbagia on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, is selling hundreds of abandoned homes for just €1 ($1.2).
It's not the first Italian town to try the gimmick, but it seems to be the first to live up to the promise. It's also got the beauty and history needed to draw people in.
The real estate bonanza comes with a catch, though. The 200 stone-built dwellings up for grabs are in poor condition and buyers must commit to a refurbishment within three years -- which will likely cost about $25,000.
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Bombardier Inc. can start shipping C Series jets to Delta Air Lines Inc. as scheduled after a surprise ruling by a U.S. trade tribunal that said the proposed imports won’t hurt American industry.

U.S. companies and workers aren’t being harmed by sales of 100- to-150-seat aircraft from Canada, the International Trade Commission said Friday. The panel’s ruling blocks a Commerce Department decision last month to impose duties of almost 300 percent.

Friday’s vote deals a blow to Chicago-based Boeing Co., which said Bombardier sold the C Series in the U.S. at less than fair value while benef
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iting from government subsidies. The decision also opens the door for Bombardier to add new U.S. customers while potentially easing trade tensions with Canada and the U.K., where the company builds wings for the aircraft.
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Before launching a new restaurant, a team of food geniuses labors in a hidden laboratory on a Walt Disney World back lot — we managed to sneak inside.
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Splurging a million dollars on a ski trip may seem implausible, but it can be done with ease -- if you've got the cash to splash of course.
Because while the Alps and extravagance have always gone hand in hand, a batch of chalets and restaurants catering to the billionaire set have taken previously understated Alpine decadence to a whole new level of bling.

Where there were once wooden fondue rooms and raucous nightclubs, there are now crystal-encrusted showers, Krug and truffle picnics in the snow, burnished gold swimming pools and multi-Michelin star meals -- next to which the actual ski
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ing often pales by comparison.
So if you want to winter vacation oligarch-style, here's where to go and what to do.
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For every primo travel destination, there’s a sweet spot to find it. Visit too soon -- say, before the airlines start offering half-decent service there -- and you’ll be forking over a stack of cash to ramble around a place without cell phone towers. Visit too late? Then you’re one of the waddling herd, overpaying for a beer, checking off a box because, well, everyone else has been, so why not you?

Better plan: Discover the places that don’t cost two months’ rent to fly to, yet haven’t gotten so overexposed that swarms of American tourists have descended and Instagrammed the lifeblood out o
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f it.
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Slowly, over a dozen visits to Dalmatia, Croatia, writer Kristin Vuković grew to appreciate the sublime state of 'fjaka', in which a human aspires for nothing.
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Last week, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker spoke to employees via the airline's Crew News and admitted that he'd never actually flown on one of its new 737 MAX planes.

These are the ones overstuffed with seats and enjoying toilets smaller than the ones you'll see in a dollhouse.

These are also the ones that don't have any seatback screens.

On the same Crew News chat, Parker was, as View From The Wing recounted, asked by a Flight Attendant why the airline was taking the screens away.

He admitted this saved the airline money. Not only is there less hardware and maintenance cost, bu
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t it also makes the airplane lighter.

Instead, the airline expects you to bring your own device, charge it -- if your seat has a working power outlet, that is -- and stream either your own movies or those the airline will offer.
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While France is set to remain the world’s most popular tourist destination, Spain is expected to replace the U.S. as travelers’ second choice.

Each year, the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization puts out an analysis of international tourism growth in destinations around the world, and preliminary figures for 2016 already reveal global tourism has increased as much as 7% worldwide, with France and Spain taking the lead.
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Singapore Airlines is introducing the new A380 to two new destinations: Hong Kong and London starting February 2018, joining Sydney.
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Germany is officially the country with the most powerful passport in the world, according to the 2018 Henley Passport Index.

It's the fifth year in a row that the European country has topped Henley's list, which takes into account the number of countries a passport holder can visit without a visa.

German citizens can now visit 177 countries visa-free.