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  • Win a Free Trip to New York City!

    Win a Free Trip to New York City!

    Take a giant bite out of the Big Apple courtesy of Hostelling International and Cheapoair

    Feb 4, 2014 —  Have you always dreamed of experiencing the raging nightlife in the city that never sleeps? Maybe you’ve always wanted to enjoy breakfast at Tiffany’s on 5th Avenue, or take a walk through Central Park? Well, ladies and gentlemen, this is your chance. Enter our contest and you could be seeing the sights and partying in New York City in no time. All you have to do is sign up... continue reading

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  • Born in the U.S.A.: America’s Best Summer Hoods

    
	Mission in San Francisco is one of the coolest (and hottest) neighborhoods in America during the summer.

    Sep 11, 2013 —  There’s a tangible energy in the air come summertime in America. Suddenly, the world feels like an upbeat Bruce Springsteen song, whether you're partying during the day or dancing in the dark. Around every red, white, and blue corner, star-spangled citizens find a variety of ways to indulge in the summer season. Chock-full of successful entertainment professionals and young creative types, the Upper West Side in New York... continue reading

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  • Can’t Beat the Beach: Best Sandy Spots to Get a Tan in Europe

    
	Nice Beach in the French Riviera is always jam-packed with sunbathers.

    Sep 9, 2013 —  There are a lot of places to catch UV rays in Europe. Parks, plazas, and public pools receive the requisite amount of sunshine to get that coveted bronze tone. But among the plethora of locations to sunbathe in the Old World, there’s one sun-soaked scene that stands out above all others. Europe’s beaches are the absolute best places to bask in the golden glow of that big bright orb... continue reading

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  • Bronzing Bonanza: The Best Global Parks for Tanning

    
	El Parque del Buen Retiro in Madrid offers a plethora of sun patches along its tree-lined paths.

    Sep 4, 2013 —  The first parks in history showed up around medieval times and served as hunting hotspots for royalty. It was during the Industrial Revolution that parks opened their gates to the general public. Now worldwide denizens are known to pack picnics, grab athletic gear, leash up their dogs, and head to these expansive local lawns. And more often than not, folks are sure to bring along some sunscreen in anticipation... continue reading

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  • Work For Your Tan: America’s Most Sun-Soaked Beaches

    
	Jump to your nearest beach for a high-quality tan. This fellah enjoys leaping to and from North Avenue Beach in Chicago.

    Aug 30, 2013 —  Most things that are worth doing take a lot of hard work. The same can be said for getting a tan. Anyone can hop in a tanning booth to obtain a cheap, orange-ish skin tone. However, only a select few can deal with the copious amounts of surfing, hot babes, jacked dudes, margaritas, and volleyball that comes with obtaining a certified, authentic beach tan. In America – where... continue reading

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  • No Contest: The Best European Summertime Hoods

    
	Amsterdam's Jordaan is simply one of the prettiest neighborhoods to visit during the summer.

    Aug 28, 2013 —  If summer were in a beauty contest with winter, spring, and fall, there’s no way it would lose. Sure, fall has those pretty, multi-colored leaves that pile on the ground nicely. Winter’s snow provides a few postcard-worthy snapshots. And spring boasts a whole lot of blossoming. But the beauty of summer isn’t surface level. Sure, the abundance of sun and favorable temps are too important to dismiss, but... continue reading

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  • Soak Up the Sun: Vitamin D-Friendly American Parks

    
	Runyon Canyon in Los Angeles offers plenty of different ways to get a nice tan.

    Aug 26, 2013 —  Labor Day spells an end to the summer season in America. Students are back at school and adults are left daydreaming about Thanksgiving and Christmas. But before packing summer away neatly into a picnic basket, it’s best to soak up the sun’s fleeting shine. Luckily, the U.S.A. is chock-full of parks that afford citizens a chance to catch some UV rays from a variety of angles. In Beantown,... continue reading

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  • Melting Pot Party: America’s National Heritage Events

    
	One of the many wondrous sites at the Chinese New Year Parade and Festival in San Francisco.

    Aug 23, 2013 —  America is a nation of immigrants. The stars and stripes represent thousands of different customs and traditions that blend together to make U.S. culture a colorful canvass. Diversity is undeniably one of the country’s strong points. Americans have a rare ability to celebrate the nationalities of their ancestors while staying true to the red, white, and blue. This affords citizens ample opportunity to celebrate national pride throughout... continue reading

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  • A Page from the Past: Europe’s Most Historic Hoods

    
	Central London is full of historic statues that celebrate the United Kingdom's storied past.

    Aug 21, 2013 —  Winston Churchill once said, “Study history, study history. In history lies all the secrets of statecraft.” The legendary United Kingdom prime minister was right to note that the key to living in the present can be found in the past. Nowhere in the world better exemplifies this idea than Europe. Sometimes called the Old World, this continent is full of neighborhoods that wear their respective yesteryears like flattering... continue reading

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