Posts tagged travel
Why Would I Ever Need Travel Insurance?

If you’ve bought a plane ticket online recently, you’re probably familiar with that step in the checkout process that asks you if you want to protect your trip. But if we’re being honest, have you ever even considered clicking, “Yes, protect my trip,” when given the option?

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How to Decide Where Your Next Trip Will Be When Funds are Limited

Before packing your bags, before looking up things to see and do, before knowing which type of transportation you’ll make use of, you have to know where it is you’re venturing off to. What’s more, wherever you decide to go next will most likely influence where you’ll go after that, and where you’ll go after that, and where you’ll go after that… So, no, you’re not blowing things out of proportion by treating your decision as a big deal; it is a big deal.

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The Most Glorious Chicken Sandwich You’ll Find in Southern California (And Probably the World)

As the late, great Anthony Bourdain could no doubt tell you, travel and food are intertwined in such a way that the threads could never be unraveled. If you travel somewhere new, there’s a very good chance you’ll try something new to eat, as well, even if it’s simply a variation on a classic dish you’ve had hundreds of times.

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Snapshots from a Morning in Los Angeles' Silver Lake Neighborhood

On the advice of the wise men and women at Gentlemen’s Quarterly, I knew one of the Los Angeles neighborhoods I wanted to visit during my second go-around in the city was Silver Lake. Situated slightly northwest of downtown and very near Dodger Stadium, the neighborhood is known to embrace the “hipster lifestyle” — think street art, clothes that send a message, fancy coffee, and a vegan option at every restaurant.

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Ontario, We're Onto You: Scoping Out Fall Getaways Along Lake Superior's Northern Shore

Whenever I pull up Google Maps and peer at the vastness that is Canada, I cannot help but wonder what in the world is up there. I mean, just think about it: Canada is the second-largest country in the world by land area (behind only Russia) but when it comes to population density, it ranks very near the bottom at 228th.

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Can a Small Mountain Village in Kyrgyzstan Become a Global Tourist Destination? This Guy Thinks So

What on god’s green earth is in Kyrgyzstan? Well, there are cities you could potentially visit — Bishkek, the capital, and Osh, the country’s oldest city, for example — but to capture the true feel of Kyrgyzstan, you’d probably be better off taking a hike.

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