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The Perfect 9-Day Road Trip in Scotland

Scotland is the land of rolling hills, ancient castles, stunning lochs, beautiful parks, whisky, and welcoming locals. Although it may be small in size, there is a lot to see and do. For first-timers that don’t have an endless amount of time to explore Scotland, we’ve crafted the perfect nine-day road trip! Here's how to get around this amazing country, where to go, and what to do...
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5 Areas to Visit in Argentina

Argentina has something for everyone. From the wines in Mendoza to the glaciers in Patagonia to the dancing in Buenos Aires, there's a lot of areas to explore in Argentina. We put together this list to help you navigate your time in the country, make sure to save at least a few days for each of the five areas below. Argentina is one of the most beautiful countries in South America...
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Tropical Storm Eta is Impacting Florida Travelers

It's already been a tough year for Florida's tourism industry, and Tropical Storm Eta isn't giving the Sunshine State any breaks. The storm made landfall and is wreaking havoc on flights in and out of the state, in particular in South Florida. We're expecting major delays and flight changes from now until November 14th, here's what you need to know if you're traveling to the...

The Best Hike in All of Virginia

To get this Blue Ridge Mountain sunset, be forewarned: This hike is not for the faint of heart. It is a challenge. In fact, it can be agonizing and torturous at times, which is why I suppose hikers often find some type of symbolism between the grueling trek up and the hike’s name. You should know I’m not the only person who feels this way either. George Washington National Forest’s The Priest carries several warnings such as the ones I have written, along with others that contain the words “fear,” “unrelenting,” and “difficult.” This is due to the mountain’s steep elevation gain of over 3,000 feet in the short four mile-distance to the summit.

The 5 Best Campsites to Visit From Seattle This Weekend

Seattle is a fantastic city where there’s always something to do. Still, sometimes it’s nice to get out of the bustling city and explore the green landscape that Washington state is famous for. If you want to spend some time enjoying nature this weekend, here are five popular camping destinations you can visit from Seattle. 1. Verlot Campground in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie ...
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Hot Springs, Trails, and More Reasons New Mexico is Heaven on Earth

New Mexico - a Land of Enchantment? Yes, but in today’s world there is never-ending proof that it’s also a land of brilliant colors and boundless energy, which means it’s not just the unique quality of their experiences that overwhelms visitors; rather, it’s the sheer number of cultural, historic, and outdoor attractions that exist within minutes of one another around cities like Santa Fe and Albuquerque (ABQ). Don't panic if you’re already feeling overwhelmed, because you can always take your thoughts and ‘debrief’ as you walk the trails alongside Lake Abiquiu or Lake Katherine. Or, you can relive your experiences as your body and mind relax in the waters of the area’s geothermal hot springs. And if none of that sounds like fun, you can always spend time under Santa Fe’s dramatic night sky. 
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Discovering Georgia’s Most Fascinating Ancient Town in the Caucasus Mountains

Mestia is the capital of the Svaneti region in the most mysterious and unique highland region of Georgia.  The town is surrounded by Alpine meadows, coniferous woods, and snow-peaked ridges.  This UNESCO Heritage Site is rich in culture and one you won't want to miss.

The 5 Best Hot Chicken Restaurants (Outside of Tennessee)

Hot chicken. This Nashville dish is taking the world by storm. Not only is Nashville hot chicken venturing outside the state of Tennessee, it's doing it in style. From coast to coast there are great hot chicken joints opening up that will knock your socks off, and leave you demanding both more and a glass of milk to kill the pain. We asked our editors to select their favorite...
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10 Things Travelers Should Know About the Coronavirus

You likely can’t get through your day right now without discussing the coronavirus at some point. And with good reason. Originating in Wuhan, China, there have been over 90,000 cases and over 3,000 deaths across the globe. The global stock markets are seeing a decline as travel slows, and people are hesitating to move forward with their vacation plans. However, there are...
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Canada/USA Border to Remain Closed Until October 21

Non-essential travelers will have to wait a little bit longer to make a run to the States from Canada, and vice-versa. The two governments agreed to keep their border with each other, the longest peaceful border in the world, closed. The closure will remain in place until October 21 at the earliest, but it's unclear whether an opening will occur after this point. One of Canada's...
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