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Rover.com Presents Personalized Pet Sitting

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It’s National Dog Day, and what better news than a new dog-sitting service offered by Rover.com. With its recent acquisition of Sleepover Rover, the company launched Rover Premier this month. It connects dog-owners with vetted and approved sitters, fitted to your dog’s profile and specific needs. No more worrying if someone can handle your Great Dane, or will be patient with your Pekinese.

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DART Brings Travelers Right to the Heart of Dallas

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Dallas/Fort Worth is the third busiest airport in the world (and larger than the island of Manhattan). It only makes sense that there’s now a way to easily travel from the hub into the city itself.

The Orange Line extension of DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) opened this week, and finally connects travelers and locals via light rail from Terminal A in DFW straight into downtown Dallas. This means visitors can access key destinations in the city, such as the popular Dallas Arts District and Fair Park, as well as large convention centers for business travel. The Terminal Link takes passengers between terminals within DFW, to get to or from Terminal A.

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Southern Living’s Idea House in South Carolina is Open for Inspiration

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If you're passing through Savannah, Georgia or Charleston, South Carolina, you’ll find a pristine wildlife area, with meandering marches, palm trees and lowcountry landscape. You’ll also find Bluffton, where Southern Living’s newest idea house, has all the trimmings of modern luxury and comfort, set on the picturesque sea island.

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Crystal Cruises Set to Journey Through the Arctic

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Crystal Cruises, a perennial World’s Best winner, is going where no luxury cruise has gone before: the Northwest Passage. Starting in 2016, the Crystal Serenity (voted best cruise for families) will journey the Arctic wilderness from Anchorage, Alaska to New York City.

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Palazzo Parigi's New Duomo Suite

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The opulent Palazzo Parigi is taking luxury accommodation in Milan to new heights. The luxury hotel recently debuted its Duomo Suite, which offers residential-style lodging in an elegant space overlooking the city and the Duomo of Milan (of course!). The room features a terrace and multiple balconies, a high-tech kitchen, and the option for one's own private butler. 

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Wands At The Ready: Wizarding World Part 2 Opens

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Throngs of people young and old gathered, many in full wizard robes, in 100-degree Orlando humidity. The Wizarding World’s much-anticipated expansion, Diagon Alley, was greeted with much sweat and even more tears of happiness when it opened its doors to fans earlier this month.

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Coming to America...By Rowboat?

In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, where the water can be 10,000 feet deep and the waves proportionally enormous, a 22-foot long rowboat equipped with a small cabin and fishing rods, is manned by Riaan Manser and girlfriend Vasti Geldenhuys. A waves comes, flipping the boat with Vasti strapped in, and throwing Riaan into the sea. The vessel somehow rights itself as the tide turns it over in a full 360.

Riaan and Vasti manage to complete over one million strokes, which took them from mainland Africa to New York City. This is real life; no script involved. Their journey lasted just over four months, with 133 days at sea. As Manser proclaims, no two humans have done it before.

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New Canopy Gliders Open Over Queensland's Rainforest

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Queensland, Australia is riding high this year, especially with their new Canopy Glider, and open-air gondola that cruise over the lush rainforest. Barron Gorge National Park’s Skyrail Rainforest Cableway offers guides to talk you through the flora and fauna below. By being completely uncovered, the ride offers a truly panoramic view of Barron Gorge’s scenic waterfalls and dense forests.

The Canopy Glider departs from Skyrail’s Smithfield Terminal (located 15 minutes north of Cairns) and ends in Kuranda, the ‘Village in the Rainforest.’ The secluded destination has markets ands restaurants, as well as a butterfly sanctuary, an aviary and a koala park. They have two departures daily, so it’s probably wise to book in advance. For more info, visit their website here. And for more ways to see the world from cableway, see our list of World's Coolest Tram Rides.

Megan Soll is Travel + Leisure's Digital Intern

Photos courtesy of Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

Canyon Ranch Father's Day Special

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In need of a healthy escape this June? Canyon Ranch, an award-winning destination health resort with two locations and multiple spas in the U.S., is offering a special gift this week in honor of Father’s Day. Dads and everyone else in the family will have the chance to benefit from a Canyon Ranch experience—mind, body, and wallets as well. For every gift card purchase, customers will receive a $50 bonus voucher for every $500 they spend.

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