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How To Take the LIRR from Penn Station for a Surf Session in Long Beach

August 22, 2014

Lifestyle Editor Shayne Benowitz takes us on her journey as a surfer and to Long Beach, Long Island from Manhattan for a morning session. Want to know more about surf culture in New York? She’s rounded up some rad spots to check out. I’ve been a wannabe surfer for approximately seven years. This summer, I decided to change […]

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New York Weekend: Escape to the North Fork

August 21, 2014

With summer turning to fall, the time is now to discover Long Island’s North Fork. Filled with wineries, farmland and fresh produce, it’s a gastronome’s dream. Contributor Adee Braun is your guide to the sweet and slowed down good life just a few hours from Manhattan. Jutting into the Atlantic Ocean, Long Island’s North Fork is the hard-working […]

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8 Hottest Las Vegas Pool Parties to Hit Before Summer’s Over

August 18, 2014

Sin City is on fire through the end of summer and the best way to cool down is at one of its legendary pool parties. Assistant Editor Melanie Wynne scopes out the best parties and hottest headliners over Labor Day Weekend and beyond. It’s been a big year for Vegas for those who love points with several new […]

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Where to Find the 1920s in Santa Barbara

August 15, 2014

Looking for some historical perspective behind one of Southern California’s most picturesque seaside cities? Assistant Editor Melanie Wynne takes you to Santa Barbara for a tour of the past and the present. A graceful wave of palm-dotted hills sloping gently to the Pacific, the heartbreaking beauty of Santa Barbara, California inspires PhDs to take jobs as baristas just to live there. What this […]

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Summer on the Cote d’Azur in Nice

August 13, 2014

St. Tropez and Cannes may get a lot of attention, but sleepy sister town Nice is stepping up its game with a slew of new restaurants and nightlife, making it a top destination for summer travel in the South of France. Contributing writer Lane Nieset takes you there. It’s not hard to claim a spot in the […]

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Summer Festival Fun in Edinburgh

July 25, 2014

Summer in Edinburgh is a magical time according to TPG contributor Lori Zaino. Temps reach the soaring height of about 20 degrees Celsius on average (68 degrees Fahrenheit)  and everyone is ready to rock n’ roll after a long, hard winter. If you want to visit this lovely city, your best bet is July or August […]

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Daytripping Through Brittany in the Summertime

July 21, 2014

We love the rewards perks we get from loyalty programs, but we also know that some of the best travel experiences are off the beaten path where nary a points hotel can be found. Contributor Adee Braun takes us to France’s bucolic Brittany region, shows us the sights and offers us affordable accommodations. Brittany is a rustic, […]

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Travel Blogger Q & A: Ryan Gargiulo of Pause The Moment

July 18, 2014

The best travel advice comes from other savvy travelers, and so we present a new series “Travel Blogger Q & As.” Here, we’ll introduce you to other intrepid travelers. To kick things off, Lifestyle Editor Shayne Benowitz interviews Ryan Gargiulo of Pause The Moment. Whether it’s the adrenaline rush from his adventurous world travels or practical tips ranging from gadgets to […]

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What to Do In NYC During The Summer

July 17, 2014

Our contributors are scouring the globe in search of the best in summer travel. Today, New York City-based contributor Adee Braun brings you best bets for summer in the city. Summer is the time when New Yorkers come out to play in their urban jungle—they slow down just enough for happy hours on rooftopss and lounging in parks. […]

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What to Do in Oahu, Hawaii: Beach, Mountains and More

July 15, 2014

Like a Choose Your Own Adventure book come to life, the Hawaiian island of O’ahu blends a varied sweep of wild, technicolor landscapes with a thousand-year history to form an exciting gateway to the most exotic state in America. From soft, pale sands and pockmarked volcanic shores to jagged peaks and jungly gardens carpeted in lush greens, and a melted-turquoise ocean tossed by gravity-defying waves, the natural […]

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My New York – The City for Culture, Foodies and Adventure

July 7, 2014

This week, we introduce you to the TPG staff based far and wide across the United States and Europe. To learn a little more about them, they’re sharing with you their experiences in the destinations that they call home. Today, meet Creative Director Adam Daniel Weiss and his New York City. New York City is the greatest city in […]

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5 European Beaches Perfect For A Summer Getaway

July 3, 2014

Beach getaways in Europe are practically a religion. Visit almost any large European city in July or August and it will feel noticeably empty. Why? Because everyone’s at the beach, of course. Madrid-based TPG contributor Lori Zaino explores some of the best European beach destinations, appropriate for both European city dwellers and foreign tourists anxious for a a little sun […]

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Cultured: Los Angeles’ Downtown Art Walk

July 1, 2014

I’m pleased to introduce a new TPG column. “Cultured” sets out to explore the arts and cultural attractions  in top cities around the world. With so many emerging and established arts scenes out there, we know these attractions are often at the top of travelers’ lists when it comes to discovering a city. To get the ball rolling […]

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Hotel Review: The Langham Chicago

June 30, 2014

While hosting my latest TPG Reader Meet-Up in Chicago last weekend, I was supposed to stay at the W Lakeshore Chicago, but when checking in at 5pm, I was told that 2 out of 3 rooms were not available and that my suite wouldn’t be available until 9pm or so. I had a live TV […]

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My Los Angeles – An Entire World In One Surprising City

June 24, 2014

We’ve been introducing you to the TPG staff based far and wide across the United States and Europe. To learn a little more about them, they’re sharing with you their experiences in the destinations that they call home. Today, meet Assistant Editor Melanie Wynne and her Los Angeles. My heart has belonged to L.A. since 1993, when I drove across the […]

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My Madrid: Eat, Drink, Play, Amor

June 21, 2014

Today we introduce you to another of the TPG staff based far and wide across the United States and Europe. To learn a little more about them, they’re sharing with you their experiences in the destinations they call home. Today, meet Foreign Correspondent Lori Zaino and her Madrid. When I arrived in Madrid in 2008, exhausted and overworked […]

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One-Day Flash Sale on Hotels and Resorts TOMORROW

June 20, 2014

Like CyberMonday sales post-Thanksgiving Day, CyberSummer is a one-day flash sale on rooms at 21 different hotels and resorts in Florida, the Caribbean and Latin America. On Saturday, June 21 - the official first day of summer – CyberSummer offers will include up to 50% discounts at four-diamond resorts, five-star hotels, and independent boutique properties. Note that CyberSummer deals will only be available […]

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Travel Tips for Parents Leaving The Kids at Home for the First Time

June 18, 2014

TPG Contributor Jason Steele has learned the ropes of family travel, but one challenge he never expected was that of finally leaving the kids behind for the first time. For those of you who are busy raising the next generation of explorers, I asked him to offer his insights. My wife and I love the challenges and rewards of traveling with […]

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Fourth of July With A View: Best Hotels For Fireworks Shows

June 17, 2014

In the United States, the most patriotic night of the year is also the most dazzling, with Fourth of July fireworks lighting up the skies from sea to shining sea. Many cities stage awe-inspiring displays of bombs bursting in air, attracting huge crowds in parks and public spaces, as well as on roads and public transportation. To leave the hordes behind this Fourth of July, head to […]

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My Miami: Inside Tips on Where to Beach, Eat, Party & More

June 16, 2014

This week, we introduce you to the TPG staff based far and wide across the United States and Europe. To learn a little more about them, they’re sharing with you their experiences in the destinations that they call home. Today, meet our Lifestyle Editor Shayne Benowitz and learn about her Miami. Miami was never on my radar as […]

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A New Parents Guide To Traveling With Children

June 13, 2014

Traveling with young children can be both a blessing and, well, a less happy blessing. Family vacations call for more planning, stricter budgeting, and better organization than the average couple’s holiday. Despite the challenges, my wife and I have taken our two daughters on several lengthy international vacations, and countless domestic ones. Not only did we survive these trips, […]

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10 Tips On Being a Better Passenger- From a Flight Attendant

June 12, 2014

Ever wonder what you can do to endear yourself to your flight crew? Want to know why some people get upgrades and preferential treatment and others don’t? Curious about how your in flight etiquette is perceived? Meet Cary A. Trey, an anonymous flight attendant for a major US carrier flying mostly international routes, here to set the record straight on […]

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