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Here are some formerly off-limits regions that have become interesting destinations.
Books are the latest draw for hotels looking to make a memorable experience for travelers.
Queue up 'Candle on the Water' and celebrate National Lighthouse Day with a glimpse at my favorite dwelling/navigational beacon: The Saugerties Lighthouse, an 1869 landmark-turned-B&B in New York's Hudson Valley.
Brazilians bask in the setting sunlight at Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Read about all about the green happenin's at this resort hotel hugging Lake Placid's Mirror Lake.
From sand-filled desert homes to a Japanese island featured in a James Bond film, we've rounded up 11 mysterious places where time marches to a different beat.
The freshwater snorkeling spot is named quite literally for the millions of harmless jellyfish that spend their days bobbing migrating across the lake's length.
Marooned by toxic contamination, political conflict and other catastrophes, these seven places sit quietly and utterly alone.
Gorgeous sunsets, abundant wildlife and serenity can be found just a ferry ride away from Seattle.
Swap your sandals for steel-toed boots and get ready to get dirty for a good cause.
Surround yourself with history at these lesser-known ancient sites.
These hideaways are ideal for those who prefer the forest to the beach.
These bizarre locations may seem like a series of elaborate movie sets, but they are real destinations that you might want to visit for yourself.
Stephen Leatherman, aka 'Dr. Beach', reveals the best beaches just in time for Memorial Day.
An analysis of the nation's largest metro areas reveals some of the top urban destinations for people who love the outdoors.
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