Denver Allows Travelers To Practice Yoga On The Fly

Eat your heart out San Francisco! Denver has one-upped your yoga room, where travelers have a quiet place to perform their own self-guided practices, with Yoga on the Fly, the first airport-based private yoga studio. Yoga on the Fly’s first location opened on November 6 in Denver International Airport’s Concourse A and offers travelers guided

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How the Rise of 360-degree Photography Is Changing the Future of Travel

Perhaps not surprisingly, 360-degree cameras are changing the landscape of how we record our travels.  Outfitted with multiple lenses to capture life in all directions, these cameras surpass the technology that made panoramic photos possible in previous generations’ cameras. At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a new wave of 360-degree cameras were

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Sea Turtles Are Making a Cautious Comeback

Sea turtles are making a slow and steady comeback according to a study conducted by Deakin University in Australia. After more than fifty years of conservation efforts, scientists are observing long-term growth in some populations of the world’s sea turtles. The published study details seven species of sea turtles: Flatbacks, Green Sea Turtles, Hawksbills, Kemp’s

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Italy Just Launched a Free, Nationwide Wi-Fi App

Arguably, one of the largest hidden costs of traveling is data usage on our smart phones. For many travelers, connecting to the free WiFi at their hotel is simply not enough; network connectivity is always necessary. But data roaming charges can add up quickly – and in many cases, without you even realizing. Should the

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Dubai Building Floating Mini-Replica Of Venice

Dubai has become synonymous with opulence and ground-breaking technology, but the city’s newest development relies on some old-world flair. By 2020, a miniature version of Venice will float less than three miles off the coast of Dubai. The project is being overseen by Dubai developer Cityscape Global and will be known as The Floating Venice.

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Americans Will Fly for Food

Americans are redefining their travel bucket lists not by where they want to go, but what they want to eat.  Reservation Company, OpenTable, recently reported that two-thirds of Americans select a travel destination based solely on its culinary offerings. Of those surveyed, 52% have already traveled to the country of origin of their favorite cuisine,

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Swiss Alps’ Breathtaking Suspension Bridge

For some readers, the words “suspension bridge” are enough to turn the page. For others, they are nothing short of enticing! The recently dedicated Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge in Zermatt, Switzerland is now the world’s longest suspension bridge at 1,621 feet long. That’s plenty of time for pedestrians to realize they’re 7,218 feet above sea

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Travel Gadgets with Style

With the proper preparation, traveling in style can be fun, energizing, and effortless. Whether your in-flight strategy involves achieving maximum coziness or somehow managing to wear all the stuff that didn’t fit into your suitcase, your travel outfit should at the very least fulfill two basic principles: First, it should be comfortable enough that you

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Best Places To See The Northern Lights, Nature’s Ultimate Illumination

The Aurora Borealis, otherwise known as the Northern Lights, are a mesmerizing, naturally-occurring phenomenon that draws several cruise ships to the Arctic Circle each year between September and March to give passengers an up-close view of the beautiful lights. Although the lights can be seen from different places and in different ways, here are some

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Hilton’s New In-Room Gyms

Hilton Hotels’ full-service brands have created a new genre of rooms in which the fitness center is brought into the guest room. With over 11 pieces of fitness equipment located conveniently inside these “Five Feet to Fitness” guest rooms, travelers are free to have private workouts whenever they choose. This type of room is ideal

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