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Days of Sicily, Knights of Malta – Part 1

View from Villa Cefala

Travels in the north and west of Sicily: Segesta, Trapani, and a beautiful agriturismo. Read More »

Comparing the Costs of Carribean and Mediterranean Cruises

Royal Caribbean Ships At Dock: Photo by Tom via flickrr/cc.

If you are willing to cut corners or take a shorter trip, either of these options can be affordable. Read More »

Toy Review: Touring Teddies

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Touring Teddies look to get kids off their screens and out into the world around them. Read More »

Strolling Along Three of the World’s Longest Beaches

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Ninety miles of beach can be pretty lonely for one person – unless you're a person who is looking for exactly that. Read More »

Hidden Medieval Castles Waiting To Be Discovered in Germany

Drachenburg Castle

Travel off the beaten path to find a piece of history that's just waiting to be explored. Read More »

Three Vacation Destinations You Never Thought Of

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Think outside the Florida box and consider some of the world's most fun and interesting far-flung places. Read More »

Shows and Eats: Vegas Rolls Out Welcome Mat for CES Attendees

Jason Tenner in Purple Reign The Prince Tribute Show - Photo by Michelle Alexandria

Before we even get to the actual gadgets, let’s start with some of the more fun aspects of CES Week. Read More »

Travel: Top 10 Things to Do in Mumbai

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From the Taj Mahal Hotel to the fisherman's market, and from Bollywood to Asia's largest slum, the city brims with diversity, commerce, and converging cultures. Read More »

Coast to Coast: U.S. Vacation Spots Where You Can Thaw Out This Winter

Virginia Beach

From Key West to Virginia Beach, there are plenty of places to escape the winter freeze. Read More »

The Seven Most Awe-Inspiring Sports Venues in the World

New Wembley, London

Venue #1: Munich Olympic Park, Germany Why it’s awesome: An aerial view of the harmonic structures in the Munich Olympic Park may cause you to think that it’s been overrun by spiderwebs, but it’s really the awesomeness of the entire stainless steel and acrylic structure against the serenely green backdrop that made it one of the most cherished “Green Olympics” ... Read More »