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THE BOOKS THAT INSPIRE READERS TO TRAVEL: CRITICAL LINKING, AUGUST 1, 2019

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THE BOOKS THAT INSPIRE READERS TO TRAVEL: CRITICAL LINKING, AUGUST 1, 2019

Critical Linking, a daily roundup of the most interesting bookish links from around the web is sponsored by David Baldacci’s One Good Deed. “Books have the power to inspire travel, whether that’s a physical trip or something that happens in our own imaginations. From suggestions for tried-and-true travel memoirs from the likes of Anthony Bourdain to beloved…

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NYC Restaurant Week Starts Today: Travel The World Without Leaving The City

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NYC Restaurant Week Starts Today: Travel The World Without Leaving The City

Estiatorio Milos at Hudson Yards AMY LOMARD/NYC & COMPANY Culinary adventurers without upcoming summer travel plans will want to take advantage of NYC Restaurant Week, which starts today. With more than 400 participating restaurants scattered across nearly 40 NYC neighborhoods in every borough, it promises to be the next best thing to an international getaway…

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The best travel gadgets for your 2019 adventures

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The best travel gadgets for your 2019 adventures

Thinking of seeing the world in 2019? Whether you enjoy walking through the mountains or spending a night on the town, these travel gadgets should improve your vacation. What are the best destinations to visit in 2019? Admire the architecture of Puebla, Mexico; find spiritual enlightenment in Agra, India; or explore the rugged South Atlantic island…

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Father’s Day Gift Guide: Travel Gifts That Hit It Out of the Park

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Father’s Day Gift Guide: Travel Gifts That Hit It Out of the Park

Baseball fans are a passionate lot. Whether they’re traveling around the world or around the block to a doubleheader, here are some great gifts that will keep them in the game – and make you feel like you hit a home run. The Classics Card Case from Fielder’s Choice This beautiful leather card case is…

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It’s Time for Vacation Planning. The Best Travel Accessories for Your Next Trip.

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It’s Time for Vacation Planning. The Best Travel Accessories for Your Next Trip.

Summer is fast approaching and you know what that means. It’s time to throw caution to the wind, take that vacation you’re in desperate need of and forget all the rules. But you might want to hold off on letting your alter ego out until after you’ve arrived at your destination because there’s no greater…

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17 Best Travel Gadgets to Buy in 2019, According to the GH Institute

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17 Best Travel Gadgets to Buy in 2019, According to the GH Institute

Getting ready for a vacation is never easy (there’s always something you’re bound to forget to pack) but once you’re there, you want the trip to be a breeze. To make your adventure easier than ever, all you need is a few of these cool products ranging from smart luggage to the ultimate utility jacket. These are the best travel gadgets to buy…

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Visit the real-life forests that inspired these famous books

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Visit the real-life forests that inspired these famous books

Poets, novelists, and playwrights around the world have long been fueled by forests. Quite simply, walking helps us think. In “When I Am Among the Trees,” poet Mary Oliver writes that the trees call out to her, “Stay awhile…It’s simple…you too have come into the world to do this, to go easy, to be filled with…

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Black Travel Vibes: Get into The Colorful City of Cartagena

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Black Travel Vibes: Get into The Colorful City of Cartagena

Sunshine and smiles is what you’ll find when you do a quick google search on Colombia. The South American country and its people, are warm and welcoming, and make visitors feel like they belong from the moment they arrive. Another reason why travelers flock to Colombia is affordability. Despite being popular amongst tourists, the country…

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8 Ways to Avoid the ‘Bad Health’ Burden of Business Trips

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8 Ways to Avoid the ‘Bad Health’ Burden of Business Trips

“I love traveling for business,” said very few people ever. Traveling, sure: Who doesn’t like a change of scenery and the insights gained from seeing the world with new eyes? But frequent business travel is strongly correlated to a wide range of physical and behavioral health risks. International travel can be particularly problematic for business professionals, exposing…

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India strongly condemns the serial blasts in Sri Lanka

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India strongly condemns the serial blasts in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Blast India on Sunday strongly condemned the serial blasts in eight locations in Sri Lanka in which at least 156 people have been killed and injured. “We extend our deepest condolences to the families of the victims and to the people and Government of Sri Lanka. We wish speedy recovery to those injured in…

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The 10 Best U.S. Cities for Eating Out on a Budget

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The 10 Best U.S. Cities for Eating Out on a Budget

BROOKS KRAFT LLC/CORBIS VIA GETTY IMAGES Trying new foods is an essential part of going on vacation — but, if you’re not careful, it can also be a big money drain. Luckily for hungry travelers, the U.S. is full of destinations where an excellent meal doesn’t need to take a bite out of their budget….

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20 travel gifts for the student who’s planning a big trip after graduation

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20 travel gifts for the student who’s planning a big trip after graduation

With new jobs, grad school, and other post-grad opportunities on the horizon, members of the Class of 2019 have another pressing concern on their minds: traveling the world, with their best college friends in tow. For many, the months after graduation are one of the few times of their life when they’ll be able to…

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J.D. Power Survey: These Are The Best And Worst Travel Apps

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J.D. Power Survey: These Are The Best And Worst Travel Apps

Travel apps have plenty of room for improvement, per a new J.D. Power study. GETTY Every travel brand has an app these days, but that doesn’t mean travelers are embracing them with equal enthusiasm, according to the inaugural The J.D. Power U.S. Travel App Satisfaction Study, which measures user satisfaction with apps made by airlines, hotels,…

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The 5 biggest announcements from Apple’s March event

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The 5 biggest announcements from Apple’s March event

After a week of nearly daily hardware updates leading up to today, Apple finally unveiled its software news with an onslaught of new subscription services. Today brings Apple subscriptions across news, television, and video games just a week after Google unveiled the Google Stadia at the Game Developers Conference. Today’s keynote also brought a new business venture…

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