Stunning Photos Of All 62 U.S. National Parks

International travel can be a magical experience, but as recent months have reminded us, there are breathtaking sites in our own backyard. With travel restricted due to the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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Should You Book Holiday Travel Now While Prices Are Still Low?

Though you may have skipped spring break this year or canceled your family summer vacation, holiday travel might still be on the table. On one hand, the coronavirus is nowhere…

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Is A Hotel Or Airbnb Safer In The Age Of COVID-19?

Five months into the COVID-19 pandemic, people are very much testing the waters when it comes to travel. While RV rentals and short-distance road trips are on the rise, many…

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10 Cute Weekender Bags With Wheels For Your Next Trip

HuffPost may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability subject to change. We’ve all been there: Some “light packing” for a weekend getaway…

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Traveling In An RV Is Way More Expensive Than You Probably Think

Nearly a month ago, I set off on an 8,000 mile cross country road trip from Los Angeles to Maine and back. With about a week left in my journey,…

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15 Duffels And Weekender Bags Perfect For Overnight Trips

HuffPost may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability subject to change. kiboka via Getty ImagesThe best weekender bag is the one that…

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Renting Or Buying An RV This Summer? These 16 Tips Will Keep You Safe And Sane.

Just a few weeks ago, I was toying with the idea of renting an RV and taking a summer road trip. Today, I’m the proud owner of a 1990 Winnebago…

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What You Should Know About Going To The Beach This Summer

Summer has officially begun, bringing sunshine, seasonal cuisine and a hankering to get to the beach. Perhaps this year more than ever, people are craving some time by the water….

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European Cities See Life Without Crowds Of Tourists — And Want To Keep It That Way

AMSTERDAM ― Canals shimmer beside medieval cobbled streets and beneath the elegant (and mostly empty) bridges. There’s not even a whiff of cannabis in the air.  Amsterdam’s red-light district is…

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Carnival Says It Plans To Resume U.S. Cruises By Midsummer

Carnival Cruise Line, one of the world’s largest cruise companies, announced Monday that it plans to resume North American trips in midsummer with a very limited fleet.  Starting Aug. 1,…

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