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Whenever I get to a place my mother spoke of and told me "I just have to go and see it to believe it," I feel as if she is there with me. I say to myself "Mom, I made it," and I know she is proud.
As a child, one of his favorite things was to talk to people about their stories. "I guess curiosity brought out productivity
Traveling a ton for work doesn't have to be a drag.
Istanbul is one of the world's most historically rich destinations, a busting metropolis with one foot in Asia and the other in Europe. It's a city of many contrasts -- East and West, the old and new, traditional and modern. To help guide your trip, here's a selection of the best of where to eat, stay and play.
I was completely wrong about Panama. I was wrong to think I could sum up everything this country has to offer in only a week. I honestly left feeling a bit teased by my experience. There is SO much to do here and so much more ground to cover.
There are moments in life when even a photo can't seem to replace the words to describe what you are actually witnessing. In my career as a photojournalist, m¬y work has taken me to six of the world's seven continents, and I am awestruck on a regular basis.
Flying has come a long way, but unless you've got a little extra cash to go first or business class, coach still leaves much to be desired in terms of comfort and ease.
There is no such thing as a typical Australian vacation. A land of infinite, mind-bending variety, the country offers something for every type of traveler, from adventurous spirits seeking Technicolor underwater odysseys to sybarites obsessively tracking the new generation of luxury lodges and spas.
What could be more convenient than boozing just steps from your bedside?
Max out your weekend by hitting up an urban beach and combine sunshine, sand and skyline views. We sought out the best of the bunch, from a hammock-strung stretch of sand in Philly to a floating swimming pool in Berlin.
What's it like to spend the night in The Standard East Village's Skyline Studio room? Jetsetter.com checks in to show you
Pool parties are a novelty in NYC, but you won't find throngs of bikini-clad bachelorettes a la Vegas or South Beach. That's thanks to the bouncer and strict guest list.
"But what's your favorite hotel?" It's the question most often asked of Jetsetter's editors by friends, relatives and brand new acquaintances. It's a topic we never tire of debating over computer monitors in the editorial department.
St. Maarten is a tasty turquoise jewel with 34 square miles of lush mountains, postcard-perfect beaches, and talent. A lot of it.
Last month, Hawaiian Airlines kicked off non-stop service three times per week between Honolulu and Beijing. If you're planning on visiting China, it's worth a 24- to 36-hour pit stop in the Aloha State for some fun in the sun.
From noshing mozzarella-laden pizzas in Naples to hunting rich white truffles in Tuscany, we serve up a guide to binging throughout the Boot.
The holy grail of American music festivals, Coachella, kicks off today and officially sets "festival season" in full swing. This year, expect an epic dining roster and an even more expertly curated lineup of musical acts.
Istanbul first-timers need comfy shoes, hearty appetites, history lessons and laser-sharp haggling skills.
You've scaled the Eiffel Tower, ridden the London Eye, strolled Las Ramblas and posed outside the Pantheon. If you've been there and done that in Europe, we have some alternative suggestions on how to combat attraction apathy in London, Paris, Barcelona and Rome.