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    3 ways to vacay for free this summer!

    Don't Let your friends' Insta pics spark a FOMO frenzy—create your own brag-worthy memories this summer!

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    Treehouses to stay in on your next vacation

    Just how big have vacation rentals gotten? HomeAway announced last week that it now has 1 million listings worldwide, more than any other vacation rental site, including Airbnb. Among the million places to stay are some truly odd choices—a caboose, a former one-room school, a “spaceship house”—as well as these eight amazing tree houses, as described by HomeAway.

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    Lighthouses you can stay in on your next vacation

    Don’t worry: You won’t be asked to steer ships away from the rocks at night. These unusual bed and breakfasts and vacation rentals offer prime seaside views and a chance to enjoy the solace of solitude. Turn off your smartphones and enjoy a coastal escape in Maine, Oregon, Washington, or New York.

  • BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS

    The best walking cities in America

    These are our favorite cities to explore on foot.

  • 8 ways to have a blast this summer without going broke

    Surprisingly simple ways to make the most of the season sans tons of cash.

  • PUNTA MITA

    This is what a $15K-a-night vacation rental looks like

    Four Seasons has just launched its own vacation rental site offering more than 350 “residences” at its properties in Africa, the Americas, and Asia. Each of the residences are on-site at 13 of the brand’s outposts around the world, meaning you get access to Four Seasons resort amenities like a concierge, a pool (or pools), and on-property dining options. Here are seven of the best-looking rentals from the new portfolio—some of which cost more than $15,000 a night.

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    10 rules for renting a vacation home

    Plan an affordable getaway by skipping the hotel and finding a house instead.

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    Five things every smart traveler should do in July

    It's never to early to plan your travel.

  • Phone on Plane

    Everything you need to know about using cell phones on planes

    Can I use my cell phone on a plane? The short answer: Yes and no. Since October 31, 2013, the use of devices like iPhones and tablets is allowed on flights within the U.S., provided they’re in airplane mode during taxi, takeoff, and landing.

  • British Airways

    Onesie pajamas, and other unbelievable first-class air perks

    Virgin Atlantic recently announced plans to offer pairs of limited-edition onesie pajamas to its “Upper Class” passengers. Designed by Norwegian company OnePiece, the unisex PJs will debut on select flights mid-June. But that’s not the only over-the-top freebie available to first-class passengers: here are eight first-class airline perks that those of us in coach can only dream about.

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    The coolest things to do in parks around the world

    Now that it’s finally—finally!—warm enough to be outdoors, we want to spend all of our time hanging out in public parks. And at these green spaces, there’s more to do than simply lay on the grass or go for a bike ride; we’re talking hot-air balloon rides, dancing en masse, and sipping a beer in the sunshine.

  • Driving on the left side of the road. Photo courtesy of awayfromtheoffice.com (Photo courtesy of awayfromtheoffice.com)

    7 tips for driving on the other side of the road

    Approximately 25% of the world drives on the left side of the road, which can make for a very daunting trip if you're headed to Ireland, for example. Here, 7 tips for stress-free left-side driving.

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