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    Banksy's famous street art around the world

    It seems like an oxymoron—a famous anonymous graffiti artist whose works sell for upwards of £1 million—but none other than Banksy can claim this kind of worldwide notoriety. Even if you haven’t seen Exit Through the Gift Shop or his satirical street art in London or New York, there’s a chance you’ve crossed paths with Banksy’s work. Sotheby’s in London will host an “unauthorized retrospective” of Banksy art but we prefer hunting down the originals, past and present, around the world.

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    The world's 'smartest' cities

    These cities have incorporated technology and sustainability.

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    8 incredible beaches in the middle of cities

    If you’re torn between planning a beachy getaway or an urban escape this summer, good news! You don’t have to choose; simply book a trip to one of these eight destinations, where you’ll find both sandy beaches and plenty of city amenities.

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    The 10 best beach resorts in the U.S.

    Where will you spend your summer weekends this year? How about one of these great beach resorts, all highly ranked by our readers in the annual Readers’ Choice Survey. Don’t see your favorite? Share your own suggestions in this year’s survey.

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    Picture perfect swimming holes all over the U.S.

    It’s almost summer, and we’ll bet you want to go swimming. Lucky you, we found 26 natural spots—gentle waterfalls, deep swimming holes, lazy rivers—where you can relax with a dip.

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    These national park hotels are as pretty as the parks they're in

    In 1864, with Abe Lincoln’s endorsement of the Yosemite Grant, one of the nation’s first protected public spaces was established—and the groundwork was laid for more U.S. national parks. But did you know that many of these American treasures also have luxe lodgings where you can sleep on-site? Check out ten of the most amazing cabins and hotels within parks like Yellowstone, Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon.

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    12 islands that cost less than a NYC apartment

    If an Italian businessman can buy a haunted island for €400,000, imagine what you can get for less than a million dollars U.S. Fancy a palm-laden paradise in French Polynesia? A second home in the Bahamas? An entire island in Alaska? (That’s a pine paradise, not to be confused with a palm paradise.) It’s yours. We found a wide variety on Private Islands Online—take a look.

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    Phone booths in unusual places

    Telephone booths may seem like a lost relic in today’s iPhone age, but they’re still out there. We found eleven interesting (but not always working) phone boxes in beautiful places—you never know when you might need one!

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    Amazing nature-inspired getaways to add to your bucket list

    We're spotlighting a few of our favorite nature-centric, eco-friendly hotels, resorts, and camps around the world.

  • 50 hidden gems in the US

    51 hidden gems in the US

    From the Grand Canyon to the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. boasts world-famous national parks, historical sites and landmarks. Beyond the well-known locations, there's a wealth of undiscovered destinations stretching from coast to coast worth visiting. From scenic sand dunes to wild mountains, here's 51 places within America that you've probably never heard of.

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    The 10 weirdest tourist attractions around the world

    An homage to Stonehenge made of classic cars. A museum devoted to instant noodles. A gnome reserve. We track down some of the world’s wackiest tourist attractions, for our amusement and yours.

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    The 5 biggest mistakes you're making packing for a trip

    No one wants to arrive at a relaxing vacation spot with wrinkled clothing and the sinking realization that they forgot something essential.

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