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Casa Palopó in Guatemala
Casa Palopó/Al Argueta

Summer ushers in a season full of road trips, mountain hikes, lazing around the pool, beachfront lounging, and international jet-setting. To make sure you get to do all of those things, consider these five travel offers for July and August. From $119: Elevation Hotel and Spa (Crested Butte, CO) Crested Butte is... Read More

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Rooftop space at Gansevoort Park Avenue
Rooftop/Gansevoort Park Avenue

What better way to kick off the summer travel season than with a getaway during Memorial Day weekend? That’s May 27-30, in case you’ve not been dreaming about it as much as we have. From escapes to the city to a lazy beach vacay, we’ve rounded up 12 hotels for... Read More

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Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu/Flickr/Nimmi Solomon

Many of the world’s most fascinating environments exist at high elevations. Santa Fe, New Mexico is 7,260 feet high; Peru’s Machu Picchu sits at 8,000 feet, while Switzerland’s Jungfraujoch soars 11,388 feet toward the sky. According to the Centers for Disease Control Yellowbook (not to be confused with the Yellow... Read More

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Flickr Rian Castillo
Flickr/Rian Castillo

A road trip is the ideal all-American vacation, and summer’s the time to get behind the wheel. Bonus: Gas prices are still exceptionally low, so fuel up the tank and hit the road. Here are five trips to add to your itinerary. 1. Pacific Coast Highway State Route 1, known for its... Read More

Coffee
Flickr/Marissa

Though it’s often overshadowed by cities like Portland and Seattle, Denver’s coffee culture is just as buzz-worthy. From bike repair shops with serious espresso to sunny cafes where you can sit all day and daydream, here are four cafes that embody the best of Denver’s new coffee scene. 1. Novo... Read More

Pedaling through Portland, Oregon on a beer and bike tour
Pedaling through Portland/TravelPortland.com

Beer tours and bike tours are two fantastic ways to forgo boring tourist traps and explore a new city like a local. Recently, tour guides have combined the best parts of two-wheeled travel with the craft beer craze, offering visitors an untapped look into popular destinations. Whether you’re traveling... Read More

The top of Pikes Peak in Colorado
Pikes Peak/Flickr/Letizia Barbi

History, adventure, and relaxation collide in the quaint town of Manitou Springs, Colorado. Located just 70 miles south of Denver, it’s the perfect destination to recharge and soak in the comfort of Colorado’s natural beauty. Here’s how to see it in a weekend’s time. Day 1 Start your morning off with a relaxing yoga class ($15... Read More

Beatrice and Woodsley in Denver, Colorado
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While Colorado has long been celebrated for its craft beers, other imbibing options in Denver are now inching their way into the spotlight. From brews and vino to mimosas and craft cocktails, here’s where to grab a drink in the Mile-High City. Infinite Monkey Theorem One of our favorite urban wineries... Read More

RiNo Art District mascot in Denver, Colorado
RiNo Art District mascot/Facebook.com/RiNoArtDistrict

Listen up, art lovers. Denver’s newest arts-focused neighborhood — the RiNo Art District, short for River North — is poised to please with art galleries, watering holes, restaurants, and indie boutiques. There’s even a gourmet hot-dog spot, wine and spirits boutique, and an artisan-coffee roaster’s café. Head to this... Read More

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A view of the Times Square ball from the rooftop of The Knickerbocker
Rooftop/The Knickerbocker Hotel

All around the world, the last night of the year is always one of the most fun-filled: from performances headlined by big-name artists and the Times Square ball drop to spectacular fireworks above some famous landmarks, December 31 promises a rockin’ good time. And for some with deep pockets... Read More

View of Marion Bells (Aspen, CO) from Buttermilk Mountain
Marion Bells/Zach Dischner via Flickr

Aspen is one of the best mountain towns in Colorado to hit for a ski weekend getaway — and it doesn’t have to be all glitz and dollar signs in the notoriously ritzy town. Here, what an affordable two days can look like: Day 1: Explore the Town Start your day... Read More

Skiing in Taos, New Mexico by Steve Larese
Skiing in Taos, New Mexico/Steve Larese

With epic snow predicted for ski mountains across North America, planning a ski vacation this winter is a safe bet for a great time. It’s not always a cheap experience, but whether you’re a seasoned powder hound or a casual group traveler, many ski areas and hotels are offering discounts and packages... Read More

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JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort and Spa, Arizona
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Time may be running out on summer, but those looking to squeeze in a last-minute getaway are in luck: a number of properties across the country are cutting rates for August and September stays, and some are even throwing in additional extras. From resorts and hotels coast to coast... Read More

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Ron Reiring/US Highway 50

After a relationship has tanked to the point of no return, there’s nothing quite like getting in the car — either by yourself or with a bestie or two — and taking your mind off everything on the open road. So queue up Tom Petty’s “Free Falling” and set... Read More

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pool, Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain
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From skiing and snowboarding to hiking and whitewater rafting — plus everything in between — Colorado has it all for adventure lovers. If you’re looking for a last-minute getaway this month, June is shaping up to be a fantastically affordable time for getting a taste of the Centennial State’s warm-weather outdoor activities.... Read More