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Thinking of going it alone? Tens of thousands of travelers do just that every year and the rewards of doing so are numerous. Book your very own solo adventure at CheapTickets.com and read on about how to reap its numerous benefits.   From family holidays to romantic getaways, memorable travel moments are often spent with [read more…]

As anyone who’s ever been stranded in Denver for 17 hours knows, airline travel often throws a curve ball. But if you’ve got a well-packed carryon, you’re good to go no matter what happens. Here, 12 things to always have on-hand. Twenty20 Element 1 1. Eye MaskWhether you’re trying to sleep on a red-eye or in [read more…]

After a long flight, there’s nothing you want to do more than grab your bag and crash at the hotel. But as soon you realize you’re the only person still waiting at the baggage claim, you know this will be long, frustrating night. (Ugh, why did you put your iPad charger in there, too?) And [read more…]

Is traveling with your significant other a day in the park or a visit to Dante’s 9 Circle’s of Hell? If the answer is the latter, read on about how to discover how one type A traveler and her low-key hubbie mastered the art of joint tourism.   “I have a little bit of a [read more…]

Field notes of doughnuts in Boston, oysters in San Francisco, and perfect pasta in Rome At SAVEUR, our obsessive quest to unearth the origins of food and discover hidden culinary traditions sends us from our test kitchen in New York City to all the corners of the globe. From doughnuts in Boston to pasta in [read more…]

Christmas, Hanukkah, The Holidays. Whatever you celebrate, there’s usually gift-giving involved. And if you’re tasked with gifting a traveler who’s always on the go, or has everything, or wants nothing, you may end up stuck in last-minute lines scrambling to find something that fits. But forget all that. A true traveler wants things that are [read more…]

Max Falkowitz At grill and fry stations like these, you pick your own skewers of fresh meat, vegetables, and blood cakes, pile them into a plastic basket, and hand them to a cook to make before your eyes. Are you going to see any night markets? Tell travelers you’re visiting Taiwan and, New Taiwan Dollars [read more…]

Whether you’re planning a weekend road trip or booking a flight for later this year, one thing is for sure: You’re going to need something to snack on at some point in your journey. Stop the traffic jam hangries, the layover crankiness, and the we-got-lost-on-the-metro stomach-grumbles with one of these 11 easily stored snacks. Plus, [read more…]

From family holidays to romantic getaways, memorable travel moments are often spent with others. But sometimes, traveling alone can unearth unique experiences that are otherwise unattainable when navigating the wants and needs of a group. To find out more, we turned to question and answer site Quora, asking, “what is it like to travel solo?” [read more…]

So here’s the deal: You’ve only got one shot to get it right when proposing to your partner—and you’ll have the rest of your lives to reflect upon that one shining moment (so no pressure, right?). If you’re looking for some choice proposal ideas, or just the most romantic places in the world, then look [read more…]