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Travel: Top Reasons You Should Visit Bangalore, India This Summer

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India's third-largest metropolis is a 'garden city' with lovely weather and plenty of downtown bustle. Read More »

New Technologies Changing the Vacation Rental Process

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Social media and mobile connectivity are playing major roles in how trips are planned and booked. Read More »

6 Ways to Use Social Media For Traveling

Social Media and Travel

Social media has become such an integral part our everyday lives that it’s difficult to leave behind. That’s why as much as 90 percent of vacationers use their mobile devices while traveling. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret Copenhagen’ by Jonglez Publishing

Secret Copenhagen

An ancient city in Denmark has riches to share with visitors, young and old. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret Rome’ by Jonglez Publishing

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An ancient city brought to life with obscure, fun, and fascinating places, exhibits, puzzles and gems hidden throughout Rome. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret New York: Curious Activities’ by T.M. Rives

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Jonglez publishes “local guides by local people” which guarantees even a New York native will be surprised by many of the great finds in this charming guidebook. Read More »

Theme Park Show Review: ‘London Rocks’ at Busch Gardens

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Free with Busch Gardens admission, 'London Rocks' is a colorful psychedelic journey through the heyday of British rock music. Read More »

How to Travel with a Dog

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Traveling with an animal can pose a huge inconvenience, but even worse is that it’s incredibly taxing on your pet. Read More »

Seven Incredible Locations to Try on Your Next Backpacking Adventure

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From the Pacific Coast to the Himalayas, seven of the most awe-inspiring hiking adventures anywhere. Read More »

CinemaCon 2014 – Its a Wrap!

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One thing is clear: it seems the studios are more interested in unveiling trailers and news on their own terms than giving shows like CinemaCon the prominence it once held. Read More »