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Meet the Mexican City of 365 Churches

Cholula was once an important religious center devoted to the feathered serpent, Quetzalcoatl. In fact, the Great Pyramid of Cholula is the largest pyramid known to exist in the world.

We’re Convinced: Tulsa is Happening

Tulsa is cool, in its Oklahoma way. It's not Austin or Nashville, but it's definitely more than we expected.

This Train Hotel In Alaska Is What Dreams Are Made Of

The Aurora Express is a bed and breakfast outside of Fairbanks, Alaska that not only offers stunning views but the chance to sleep in beautifully restored vintage railroad cars.
Gyoza dumplings in Tokyo. // (c) 2014, cegoh/Pixabay

Pocket-Friendly Eateries in Tokyo, Japan

While the rest of the world may believe that Tokyo is among one of the most expensive cities in the world, foodies have an opinion that differs.

6 Things You Must Bring Home from Saint John, New Brunswick

Spending some time in southern New Brunswick? Practice some of that famous maritime hospitality by scooping up souvenirs for your pals.

Where Should You Stay in Key West? The Ultimate Hotel Guide

Miami.com's guide on where to stay when you make the journey down to Mile Marker 0.

‘Love Hotel’ for Sexual Fantasies Starts in Kyiv

Cherry Twins, a hotel built especially to have sex in, has eight themed rooms with different designs and toys, and its owners promise full confidentiality.

We Can See Why This Moroccan Hotel Was Winston Churchill’s Favorite

Just like Marrakesh itself, the five-star La Mamounia of Leading Hotels of the World is an Instagram destination dream that overflows with history.

Justin Trudeau’s Favorite Places to Visit in Canada

Canada's prime minister is known for spending his time traveling all across the nation and the world documenting his trips with a selfie or snapshot on social media.

A ‘Gin Spa’ Has Opened Up in Scotland

The treatments are only “inspired” by gin, but most come with a complimentary cocktail.

Canada Has An Igloo Building School

in British Columbia, a specialized institution called the Canada West Mountain School has an igloo building course that will teach you to make one in the mountains and survive the night in it.

Lancaster’s Gastronomic Leap Continues

Lancaster's unique blend of historic city charm and idyllic farmland rusticity is now experiencing a booming scene of sophisticated restaurants to counter the old shoofly kitsch of its Pennsylvania Dutch tourist trade.

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