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Travel: Aerial Walkway in Cape Town Allows Visitors to Take a Surreal Stroll Above the Trees

Travel: Aerial Walkway in Cape Town Allows Visitors to Take a Surreal Stroll Above the Trees

mag727 March 29, 2015 Comments Off on Travel: Aerial Walkway in Cape Town Allows Visitors to Take a Surreal Stroll Above the Trees

This surreal walkway recently installed in Cape Town, South Africa, creates a meandering, aerial path that allows visitors to stroll through the treetops. The steel-and-pinewood Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway begins on the forest

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America Has the Worst Vacation Policies Of Any Developed Country

America Has the Worst Vacation Policies Of Any Developed Country

mag727 March 22, 2015 Comments Off on America Has the Worst Vacation Policies Of Any Developed Country

And it’s not just vacation time, maternity leave, or sick days that the U.S. won’t guarantee. A 2013 report by the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) found that America was the only rich

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Gorgeous Aerial Drone Photography of the West Coast of Ireland

Gorgeous Aerial Drone Photography of the West Coast of Ireland

mag727 March 16, 2015 Comments Off on Gorgeous Aerial Drone Photography of the West Coast of Ireland

Over the past year, photographer Peter Cox has been using an aerial drone to take beautiful photographs of Ireland’s West Coast (he has also recorded some video along the way). Cox is assembling the

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Where Does Tampa/St. Pete Rank on the ‘Unexpected Brewery Cities’ List?

Where Does Tampa/St. Pete Rank on the ‘Unexpected Brewery Cities’ List?

mag727 February 17, 2015 Comments Off on Where Does Tampa/St. Pete Rank on the ‘Unexpected Brewery Cities’ List?

Portland, Denver, San Francisco, Seattle, and Milwaukee might be the U.S.’s most widely acknowledged beer cities, but don’t discount the underdogs. Here are five unexpected brewery towns worth rooting for. Albuquerque, New Mexico With

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Florida Woman Spends $164,000 a Year to Live Permanently on a Cruise Ship

Florida Woman Spends $164,000 a Year to Live Permanently on a Cruise Ship

mag727 January 22, 2015 Comments Off on Florida Woman Spends $164,000 a Year to Live Permanently on a Cruise Ship

86-year-old Florida widow Lee Wachtstetter has spent the past seven years living permanently on the Crystal Serenity, a 1,070-passenger cruise ship, a residency that costs her around $164,000 a year. The woman, known as “Mama

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Hyatt Hotels to Offer Free Wi-Fi Access in All of the Guest Rooms and Lobbies of Its Worldwide Locations

Hyatt Hotels to Offer Free Wi-Fi Access in All of the Guest Rooms and Lobbies of Its Worldwide Locations

mag727 January 21, 2015 Comments Off on Hyatt Hotels to Offer Free Wi-Fi Access in All of the Guest Rooms and Lobbies of Its Worldwide Locations

The Hyatt Hotels chain has announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi access in all of its guest rooms and lobbies across the world beginning in February 2015. The service will be made available free

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HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY

HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY

mag727 January 17, 2015 Comments Off on HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD ON $50 A DAY

The ability to travel the world shouldn’t just be reserved for millionaires, rock stars, and flu viruses… us regular shlubs to see what KFCs look like in Beijing too. In his new book, How to

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Travel: Off The Grid Getaways

Travel: Off The Grid Getaways

mag727 January 4, 2015 Comments Off on Travel: Off The Grid Getaways

Take a journey to the end of the world at one of these three sustainable getaways. Hike mountains, eat local and enjoy white sand beaches, from Switzerland to the Seychelles. We’ll guide you through

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12 Of The World’s Most Awesome Remote Hideaways

12 Of The World’s Most Awesome Remote Hideaways

mag727 November 16, 2014 Comments Off on 12 Of The World’s Most Awesome Remote Hideaways

When you live in a constantly connected (but spiritually disconnected) urban environment, it’s natural to dream about escaping to some wilderness shack and never coming back. Hide and Seek: The Architecture of Cabins and

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