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Month: May 2019

Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travel Quiz – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

How well do you know our home planet? © Dima Zel / Shutterstock Do you know the name of the world’s third-highest mountain? Or in what year the euro was introduced as legal tender? Pit your wits against our toughest travel quiz to date – a thirty-question, all-encompassing behemoth of world trivia, with questions taken …

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Opening Soon: Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street Boston

Boston bound? Four Seasons is prepping to open its latest luxury hotel inside a new 61-story skyscraper in the Back Bay neighborhood. Designed by Henry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners in collaboration with Gary Johnson of CambridgeSeven Associates, the building is now the third tallest in the city at 724 feet. A stand-out amenity will be …

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Albuquerque’s Greatest Show On (and Above) Earth

Albuquerque’s azure skies become a surreal sight in early October, as dragons, cows, princesses and even Darth Vader and Yoda take flight during the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico. Sponsored by Canon this year the themed “Where Dreams Take Flight,” the world’s largest balloon festival and most photographed event on the planet …

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This Vacuum-Sealing Suitcase Is The Best Luggage For Over-Packers

The luxury luggage market is having a bit of a moment thanks to folks who can’t decide whether Away suitcases and other bags with features like built-in charging are worth it. Lucky for us, that means there are now plenty of luggage options out there to ease our most common packing problems. Take this Genius …

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Maria and Katerina, It’s all trip to me – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Maria and Katerina exploring their home city of Athens © It’s all trip to me While the life of a full-time traveller may seem like an idyllic existence, it’s not for everyone. Ties to home – from family responsibilities to a budding career – might keep us from committing to a nomadic way of living, …

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Scenic Eclipse Gets Ready for August 15 Launch

In late April, Scenic Eclipse treaded down to Lenac shipyard in Croatia for scheduled dry dock. The ship will stay in dry dock for approximately 10 days. At this time, standard works will be conducted including degreasing and high pressure washing of the hull, application of final anti-corrosive coats, final inspection processes before dry dock …

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Explore this Ghostly Tour of Haunted Albuquerque

Ghost at the KiMo Theater? — Photo courtesy of © Steve Larese Founded in 1706 by the Spanish and home to Native Americans long before, Albuquerque, has centuries of storied history. Tales of witches, ghosts and skinwalkers have been told for hundreds of years in Native American, Spanish and Anglo culture, and are woven into Albuquerque’s …

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