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California’s Yosemite National Park is known for its awe-inspiring waterfalls, and one of them exhibiting a rare natural phenomenon you're... Read More

This story originally appeared on people.com.Britney Spears and her new boyfriend, Sam Asghari, had a “Slumber Party” for Valentine’s Day.Related: ... Read More

This story originally appeared on southernliving.com.One Texan city topped Amazon’s chart for the most romantic in the United States, Inverse ... Read More

Souvenirs are great and all, but a hand-knit blanket from a New York grandma? Now, that's something new.Home-meets-hotel company Oasis is offering... Read More

If seeing fireworks was a quintessential part of your Walt Disney World vacation, be prepared for a change. Starting May 12, evenings at the Magic... Read More

The White House Visitors Office plans to resume public tours on March 7, 2017, First Lady Melania Trump announced Tuesday.“I am excited to reopen the... Read More

Deep inside the Luray Caverns, in northern Virginia, lives the kind of musical instrument you only see once in a lifetime. (That is, unless you're a big... Read More

Guests at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas can now pop bottles of champagne straight from a vending machine.A few months ago, the hotel opened a... Read More

The Beast, the world’s biggest inflatable obstacle course at a whopping 839 feet in length, will make all of your childhood dreams come true.... Read More

If you're looking to do some serious stargazing, head to Gerlach, Nevada. FiveThirtyEight shared that a planet-roving satellite has identified it... Read More

The film “Fences”—nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture—is inseparable from Pittsburgh.The author of the play “Fences,” August... Read More

A new class at the Hotel Del in Coronado, California, shows there’s probably a reason Ariel the mermaid is always in bikini tops. Mermaid Fitness... Read More

Bob Marley once sang that “life is one big road with lots of signs.” If he was singing about the biggest, he must've meant the Pan-American Highway. ... Read More

There’s a secluded tower in Orlando where families can rest their heads, relax and enjoy the royal treatment. It’s not Cinderella Castle, but Four... Read More

New York  Get least 30 percent off HGU New York, a Beaux-Art landmark in New York City with a lobby bar that transforms into a jazz den at night.... Read More

When it comes to finding love, it's all about location, location, location. A new study crunches the numbers to rank, from top to bottom, the best and... Read More

The stories of Dorothy Vaughan, Katherine Johnson, and Mary Jackson were given the Hollywood treatment in a film adaptation of “Hidden Figures,”... Read More

When I was a kid spending summers on Nantucket in the 1980s, two pharmacies stood side-by-side on cobblestone-paved Main Street. Two pharmacies-cum-soda... Read More

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a previous ruling by a Seattle judge that blocked key parts of President Donald Trump’s travel... Read More

This article originally appeared on realsimple.com.%image2Grey Gardens may have looked run-down and uninhabitable when it was featured in the... Read More

London After the controversial Brexit vote, the pound slid against the dollar, making the United Kingdom more affordable. The Langham is offering... Read More

U.S. entertainment tycoon Oprah Winfrey sold a Gustav Klimt painting to a Chinese buyer for $150 million, a source close to the transaction told... Read More

After teaming up a year ago to create North America’s first virtual reality roller coaster, Six Flags and Samsung are back at it again, debuting what... Read More

When Carolyn Pearson started Maiden Voyage eight years ago to provide advice and connect solo women travelers so they wouldn’t have to dine alone, many... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. Here’s a PSA for Fixer Upper fans everywhere: Chip and Joanna Gaines’ consistently sold out... Read More

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