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Conde Nast Traveler posted a link
This year's Gold List of our editors' favorite hotels, resorts, and cruise ships in the world is the first transatlantic list for Traveler, created by teams in New York and London. It spans six continents and 36 countries. They're gold as in exceptional. Gold as in classic. Gold as in brilliant. Gold as in you'd do it all tomorrow.
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Here are the cheapest places to fly for spring 2019 according to airfare data and experts, plus when to travel for the best deal: www.smartertravel.com/cheapest-places-to-fly-right-now/
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Frequent flier miles can be intimidating, but it's worth figuring out the system. We've flown around the world multiple times using miles. In this post I talk about mileage-earning credit cards (get one!) and how I value miles. If you have questions, ask them at the bottom of the post. I highly recommend following @ThePointsGuy too for mileage/card advice.
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It’s been said Beijing's traditional culture is embodied in its historic hutongs—narrow lanes or alleyways. The families who dwell in these beautifully preserved areas often open their homes to EF student-travelers, offering an authentic taste of life in this dynamic city.
Let's get quirky: From treetop retreats to submarine suites, travelers say these are some of the most unique hotels around the world — see for yourself, and let us know if you agree! This hand-curated Trip showcases hotels identified as "quirky" or...
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