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These days, it seems that everything your great-grandparents took for granted—think homegrown herbs or being “unplugged“—is now a trend, a conscious choice adopted en masse in order to restore balance to busy lifestyles. Among the bygone pastimes garnering major buzz as of late is forest bathing, i.e. walking around in the woods, which borrows from the Japanese tradition of shinrin-yoku.
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The dilemma: You want to take an unforgettable vacation with a bunch of your besties, but you need it to be affordable. You already learned the hard way that summer share houses are the worst; you could split one nice hotel room amongst far too many people, but you want to relax — not recreate senior year spring break. Well, we have good news. You can take a fabulous trip with all of your friends, and spend way less than you would at any Hamptons share house, sketchy hostel, or hotel.
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Summer may seem far away, but planning a road trip with kids requires months of planning. We've done the research for you and picked out a few of the more hidden gems across the United States for you to visit with your family. From sand sledding to cave mining, museums to farms, we've compiled 49 attractions all over the country that offer your kiddos unique experiences involving education, play, and simple, pure enjoyment.
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To help travelers get the most of out their next visit, 'Travel + Leisure' spoke to National Park Service representatives for the inside scoop on 26 locations. From the hidden gems you won't want to miss, the best time of year to visit and the biggest mistakes to avoid, here are tips from park rangers, chiefs, and public affairs officers.
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