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'Mobilemoons' Are the Latest Vacation Trend

There’s a new travel trend going around, and it involves ditching your friends for a different vacation buddy – your phone. According to Travel + Leisure , the “mobilemoon” is a vacation trend that’s sort of like a “solomoon” but with way more Instagrams involved. Instead of going on a solo trip...
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There's Still Time to Visit the 7 Most Amazing Beaches in the World

With a little more than a month left until the official end of summer, there’s still time to hit the beach. And whether you live near the shore or are looking for an end of summer destination, hitting up some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches is probably on everyone’s bucket list. Travel...
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You Can Now Spend the Night in a Giant Avocado with a View

Avocado toast is so last year, now it’s all about the avocado condo! The “Avo-Condo,” as it is being called by Booking.com, is an avocado-shaped camper that the travel website is giving guacamole-obsessed fans the opportunity to stay in for the night, according to Delish. Now in order to make your...
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This Company Wants to Help You Fake a Vacation to Show Off for Your Friends

Because who actually wants to go on vacation amiright?
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Vacation in Westeros with These ‘Game of Thrones’ Tours

If you’re idea of the happiest place on Earth looks more like King’s Landing than Disneyland, then you’re in luck. Game of Thrones fans looking to use their vacation days to explore the real-life locations sites of the HBO series now have several tours with which to visit Westeros. You’ll want to...
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Jaw Droppingly Beautiful 'Game of Thrones' Locations You Can Visit in Real Life

Croatia, Spain, Iceland and more stunning locations from Game of Thrones.
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Commercial Airplanes May Have a Very Different Look Soon

Airplanes of the future may be windowless.
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Phone Free Getaways the Latest Vacation Trend

A newly launched travel company called Off the Grid organizes these trips that promise to be 100-percent "screen free."
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