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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

It's official: Disney has announced an opening date for its hotly anticipated Star Wars Land. The homage to the world of George Lucas and... Read More

There's another Washington Monument that you've probably never heard of, and it's adorably tiny and apparently shy.Hidden away in Washington, D.C.,... Read More

Drive-in movie theaters have long been a staple of American entertainment, symbolic of mid-century film and leisure. After several decades, they're... Read More

Airports are full of secret spots that are perfect for catching a bit of shut-eye. Even if you've traveled through McCarran Airport in Las Vegas, there... Read More

Often just called Michigan, the University of Michigan claims to have the largest body of living alumni of any school on the planet. You’d think, then,... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. Related: Your Browser’s Incognito Mode Can Help You Book a Cheaper VacationThe most expensive cup... Read More

Disney Parks announced on Tuesday that the new “Avatar” theme park will open at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida, on May 27.“This new land... Read More

For city-dwellers, summertime means sunny days and rooftop revelry. But in winter, all those breezy terraces with skyline views get shut down, thanks to... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com. Carvana, the online marketplace for buying used cars, is opening another multi-story vending machine... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com. Whole Foods' newly-opened market by New York City's Bryant Park has a unusual new feature: a ... Read More

Music devotees will soon be able to explore 8,000 square feet of exhibit space at the Grammy Museum's first East Coast location, set to open in Newark,... Read More

For better or for worse, we know you love your hometown. But sometimes we all start to wonder: Is the grass really greener elsewhere... Read More

Starting in July, the four W Hotels in New York City will play host to world-famous tattoo artists who will work in residency as part of a new guest... Read More

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