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bbc.com - The birthplace of the US vacation

A red-tailed hawk dived into the underbrush lining the guardrail. Then, a blue jay flitted across the road, missing my car's windshield by a feather. There were no signs pointing the way to gas stations and fast-food drive-thrus. Towering trees blocked out most vestiges of civilisation.
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businessinsider.com - A 132-night cruise around the world sold out in under 3 hours — see what it will be like aboard the ship

Does over 100 nights at sea sound appealing to you after over a year of being stuck at home? The Seven Seas Mariner.Regent Seven Seas If the answer is yes, you're not alone. Tuscany, Italy.Regent Seven Seas Regent Seven Seas Cruises' 132-night 2024 World Cruise just sold out in under three hours.
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vox.com - How bad is space tourism for the environment? And other space travel questions, answered.

Six questions to consider before launching yourself into space. For many, the rise of commercial space tourism is a vulgar display of wealth and power.
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npr.org - Beneath Istanbul, Archaeologists Explore An Ancient City's Byzantine Basements

The winding streets of old Istanbul are an overlapping cacophony of seagulls, ship horns and vendors of colorful fresh fruit.
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bloomberg.com - Travel Nightmares May Scrub Your August Vacation Plans

After her bachelorette getaway in Austin, Texas, last weekend, Corey Bradley was getting ready to return to New York City when she got an alert from JetBlue announcing her flight was canceled. She visited the carrier’s website to rebook, but got an error message.
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bloomberg.com - Wild Superyacht Secrets I Learned When I Became a Deckhand

The pandemic has intensified the desire to bubble oneself away from the world and widened the wealth gap further, making Bezos merely the latest business magnate fancying a life at sea (when he’s not in space).
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outsideonline.com - The Ultimate New River Gorge National Park Travel Guide

I didn’t think my kids would do it. I thought they’d get to the edge of the cliff, harness and helmet on, take a peek over the edge of a 1,000-foot-deep gorge, and back out of their first rappel. They were both only ten at the time; I wouldn’t have blamed them.
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theguardian.com - Europe’s unluckiest train station gets new lease of life as hotel

It earned the nickname “Titanic of the mountains”, but now the monumental and ill-fated train station at Canfranc is to get a new life as a five-star hotel, 51 years after the international rail link across the Pyrenees closed.
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nymag.com - The Travel Industry Is a Total Mess, But Everyone Is Traveling Anyway

Wall Street veteran Peter Schiff knew well ahead of time that he’d need to renew his 7-year-old son’s passport for their June trip to Switzerland. Passports for minors must be renewed in person, at the passport office, but on their first attempt, the Schiffs were told it was too early.
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npr.org - $73,499-Per-Guest World Cruise Sells Out In Less Than 3 Hours

Now, that's a long — and expensive — trip. Regent Seven Seas Cruises released the fares for sale at 8:30 a.m. ET Thursday. By 11 a.m., all the spots had been snapped up by people eager to spend more than four months on a cruise ship.
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wired.com - As Travel Rebounds, Airlines Are Figuring It Out on the Fly

Before, air travel had certain rhythms. Business travelers flew out on Monday mornings and back on Thursday evenings, filling pricier seats. Come summer, price conscious leisure travelers took to the skies.
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livescience.com - The most beautiful places in the world

Despite ills such as pollution, climate change, ecological disasters and the destruction of many wild places, Earth is a beautiful place. From waterfalls and islands to forests and mountains, our planet boasts myriad natural wonders that can amaze even the most jaded observer.
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