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Campground at Signal Mountain Lodge in Wyoming
Signal Mountain Campground/Facebook.com/Signal.Mountain.Lodge

Taking a late summer or fall road trip? Smart move. Gas is cheap and the countryside is free. Unfortunately, lodging is not, which is why budget road trippers often choose to pitch a tent. Organized campgrounds can be found all across the country, and in most cases, sites can be... Read More

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Mimosas/Flickr/Joe Shlabotnik

Brunch in New York just got even better. In an effort to update liquor laws dating back to Prohibition, state legislators are passing a bill that allows alcohol to be served starting at 10 a.m. instead of noon on Sundays. With brunch being a staple of weekends in the city, here... Read More

 The Bowery Boys
The Bowery Boys

There’s a reason New York City hosted 58.3 million tourists last year alone. From Wall Street to Stonewall, waves of immigration and innovation, and a skyline that’s framed countless films, New York City inspires a certain historical fanfare. In the nearly 400 years since the city was founded, millions of... Read More

Junior suite at The Court in New York City
Junior suite at The Court/St Giles

Thanks to a more saturated hotel market, room rates in New York City are becoming more affordable; and with St Giles Hotels’ Suite Summer offer, prices for spacious accommodations are dipping even lower. Valid for stays through September 5, the promotion offers suites from $201 at The Court and from $274 at The Tuscany; daily breakfast is also included. Use promo code... Read More

Studio at Q&A Residential Hotel in New York City
Studio/Q&A Residential Hotel

An influx of extended-stay apartments has arrived in New York City — and they’ve never looked this good. Larger than your average hotel room, they feature perks like a full kitchen with modern appliances, making it easy for a quick breakfast, to chill a bottle of wine, or stow... Read More

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The tasting room at Banshee Wines in California
Tasting room/Banshee Wines

Over the past few years, wineries and tasting rooms across the U.S. have made the experience less stuffy and formal by introducing casual-minded perks or add-ons. Here are just a few of our favorites. 1. Lounge Ambiance Not long ago, everyone bellied up to the bar and stood during the entire tasting; now, you... Read More

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An Art-o-mat machine
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 library at Canoe Bay in Chetek, Wisconsin
Library/Facebook.com/CanoeBay

For traveling bookworms, a vacation can present one of three dilemmas: You forgot your book at home, you hate the one you’ve brought, or you zipped through a lovely read in the first two days and have nothing left for the rest of your trip. That’s when hotel libraries save the day. A good one may house hundreds — even thousands... Read More

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 21c Museum Hotels
21c Museum Hotels

Hotel trends come and go, but the good ones set new industry standards. Here are some we hope stand the test of time. Cool Hotels for the B-List New hotel brands with a unique beat are focusing their attention on the country’s medium-tier cities. Graduate Hotels’ college-themed properties are popping up... Read More

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Megabus/Flickr/Jonathan Riley

Think you don’t have the budget for a multi-destination vacation? Think again. Several discount bus services — Megabus, BoltBus, and Greyhound Express — are making travel from one city to another very affordable, as in $20 round-trip for reserved seating, reclining seats, and onboard restrooms. We took a look at nine... Read More

Chris Leamy
Chris Leamy/Shervin Lainez

Every New Yorker seems to have an opinion on the best local place to eat, shop, and party — and no matter who you ask, you’ll likely get a different answer. With almost unlimited options for all of the above, it can be overwhelming to plan…especially if you want an authentic... Read More

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 Harmony of the Seas/Christina Garofalo
Harmony of the Seas/Christina Garofalo

Here’s a quick look at what’s new this week in cruising, and how it could impact your next trip. The world’s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean‘s 5,500-passenger Harmony of the Seas, debuted in Southampton, bringing the latest insane shipboard thrill attraction — the Ultimate Abyss. Those who like heart-stopping fun and/or... 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

Agritopia Photo Credit Visit Mesa
Visit Mesa

There’s nothing new about urban u-pick farms, dairies, and other agricultural attractions. In fact, we almost expect them in places like Portland and Denver, where cities sprawl into vast farmland. But in the last five years, massive farming operations have also started cropping up in dense metropolises, like New York City, where you’d be hard-pressed to find a... Read More

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Guestroom at The Marker in San Francisco, California
Guestroom/The Marker

If you’re pining for a late spring or early summer trip, we have good news: May and early June are still considered shoulder season in many destinations — meaning there are plenty of travel deals to be had. Whether you’re into the desert, the beach, or the city, here are seven hotel deals that are perfect... Read More