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    The 10 weirdest hotels in the world

    When it comes to hotels, we at Conde Nast Traveler like them luxurious and beautiful. But sometimes, you just want something a little different. From hotels shaped like donuts to capsules jutting from the edge of a cliff, these are the world’s most weird and wonderful accommodations.

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    10 travel mistakes and how to avoid them

    From international roaming fees to skipping travel insurance, these mistakes can put a damper on your next vacation.

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    Overwater bungalows that will blow your mind and inspire your next vacation

    From Bora Bora to the Maldives, these overwater bungalows are some of the most beautiful hotel rooms you’ll find anywhere.

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    Amazing underwater caves where you can swim and scuba dive

    When it comes to natural formations, there’s nothing more awe-inspiring or otherworldly than an underwater cave or a luminescent cenote. Here, we’ve put together a list of breathtaking caves and cenotes that you can swim, scuba dive, and spelunk in—if you dare.

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    Amazing observatories around the world perfect for stargazing

    If Cosmos has piqued your interest in the stars, then you need to add one of these incredible observatories to your bucket list. Perched upon mountaintops and even volcanoes, these high-tech towers are perfect for studying the heavens from behind a telescope.


    Cemeteries so beautiful, you wouldn't mind spending eternity in them

    Graveyards aren’t all spooky places—in fact, some of them are so gorgeous you’ll want to stay (for an hour or two). With scenic views, lush greenery, impressive architecture, and history to boot, these cemeteries are practically travel destinations in themselves.

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    Need an island escape? Here's 11 of them

    You just got back from a long weekend, but we bet you want to get away again soon. We’ve rounded up 11 secluded islands, perfect for day-dreaming your way through this work week.

  • Saturdays co-founders Colin Tunstall, Josh Rosen, and Morgan Collett (left to right).

    3 great surf trips you don't need a passport for

    Colin Tunstall, Josh Rosen, and Morgan Collett are the co-owners of Saturdays NYC, a surf lifestyle boutique and coffee shop with two locations in New York and another two in Japan.

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    Summer vacations for the best value

    Dear fellow parents: Now that we’ve made it through planning spring break, we can turn our attention to summer vacation.

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    How to find the lowest airfare

    “Google ‘best time to buy airfare’ and you’ll find 50 different competing theories. And they’re all wrong,” George Hobica told me over lunch the other day. George is the founder of AirfareWatchdog, the airfare deals site that includes some low fares not found on other sites.

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    10 unexpected places to see cherry blossoms that aren't Washington, D.C.

    Spring has (finally!) spring, which means cherry blossom season is about to be in full bloom. But if you can’t make it to the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., try checking out one of these unexpected locations to find gorgeous blooms throughout North America.

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