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flickr/Jason Jenkins

Next year marks the 70th anniversary of the UFO encounter (and controversy) in Roswell, New Mexico. In town, you’ll find a McDonald’s shaped like a UFO and the International UFO Museum, which provides a deep dive into what took place in July 1947. You can also head to the extra-kitschy Area 51... Read More

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Sylvan Lake, Custer State Park/Laura Motta
Sylvan Lake, Custer State Park/Laura Motta

This year, the 100th anniversary of America’s national parks inspired millions to get outside and explore some of the country’s most astonishing beauty. But the centennial programming was almost too successful: National parks across the country saw a surge of visitors, leading to long wait times and large crowds. The good... Read More

Guardian of Eden/flickr/Travel Nevada
Guardian of Eden/flickr/Travel Nevada

Seeing an art installation at Burning Man is like stepping inside a Salvador Dalí painting: Surreal shapes rise in front of Nevada’s expansive Black Rock Desert, where the afternoon light blurs the line between the sand and horizon behind them. While few landscapes will leave you as enchanted by art as this one, you... Read More

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King room at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa
King room/Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

Las Vegas has so many hotels it can make your head spin. From the glittering mega-resorts to old-school gems, Sin City is chock-full of fantastic properties. Our advice? Get off the Strip — just a few miles — to see a different side of the city. And dare we say... Read More

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 Spa/The American Club Resort
Spa/The American Club Resort

The spa tradition dates to Roman days, back when powerful men dropped toga to go for a spritz. In recent centuries, though, spa-going has been seen as more of a female affair, particularly around North America. But now, in Century XXI, the boys are back. Spas around the world... Read More

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Guest Room/The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

There are those who are Vegas virgins and — of course — there are the highly seasoned vets. For the former, one should explore all that Sin City has to offer, from the glitz of the strip to old-school Fremont Street. For the latter, a luxury hotel that affords everything... Read More

 Fremont Street 1958/The Mob Museum Facebook/courtesy of Vintage Las Vegas
Fremont Street, 1958/The Mob Museum Facebook/courtesy of Vintage Las Vegas

These days, everything in Las Vegas seems shiny and new. For every building that’s knocked down, a luxury property rises from its ashes. Luckily, there’s still some old-school charm left in Sin City, where a few institutions still stand and traces of the Rat Pack linger. Head to Downtown Vegas, where a handful of... Read More

The patio at Lago in Las Vegas, Nevada
Patio/Lago

Las Vegas is about so much more than gambling. Over the years, it has evolved into a haven for foodies who love big names, and big flash in the dining room. In Vegas, it’s not uncommon to see 24-carat gold flake on a grapefruit-sized macron, eat truffles flown in... Read More

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Art-o-mat machine/Facebook.com/OriginalartoMat

New vending machines are swapping Pepsi and pretzels for things you might actually need along your travels. Here are a few that caught our eye. 1. Cosmetics. Forgot to pack your mascara? Skip an emergency drugstore run by hitting up a Benefit Glam Up & Away! kiosk. Found at more than 20 airports across the country — including New... Read More

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The Barbie Room at Hilton Panama
Barbie Room/Hilton Panama

Barbie-themed travel and experiences are nothing new. Beginning in 2013, Royal Caribbean offered what it called the “Barbie Premium Experience,” complete with a stateroom inspired by the doll, a mermaid dance class, and a fashion show. That same year, the Barbie Café opened in Taipei. (It recently closed, but... Read More

A guestroom at The Linq in Las Vegas.
Guestroom/Facebook.com/TheLINQ

After New Year’s Eve celebrations come to a halt in Las Vegas, hotels experience a slowdown. That all translates to rock-bottom rates from $39 in January, which you’ll find at these three newer or recently renovated properties situated in prime locations on the Strip. From $39: The Linq Hotel & Casino Just... Read More

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A town on the brink of breaking into the big leagues, Reno is having a moment. And one could argue that summer is one of the best times to check out the growing outdoor and culinary scene, thanks to a handful of festivals that showcase Reno at its best.... Read More

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Reno Tahoe, Nevada
Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority

Emerging as a city with a distinct culture of its own — thanks to an economic turnaround attributed in part to Tesla’s move to the area — Reno has come alive in recent years as an affordable playground for foodies and outdoor adventurers. There are now more ways than ever to get... 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

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
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Reno has undergone a serious transformation in recent years, most notably with the much-celebrated arrival of Tesla, ushering in 22,000 jobs and an estimated economic impact upwards of $100 billion over the next 20 years. We hopped aboard the inaugural JetBlue flight direct from JFK to Reno to see... Read More