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10 Little Towns In Europe You NEED To Visit - Love Heidelberg, Garmisch and Brugge...adding the others to my list!

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Soak in the Hot Springs in Iceland

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solo travel, Book on how to travel solo

What Do You Learn Traveling Solo?

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30 Airbnbs That Will Blow Your Mind (Not Your Budget) #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... Moderne Apartment, Akureyri, IcelandYikes, we think we may have found the most beautiful property on the whole of Airbnb. Rural, natural, and architecturally stunning — what more could you want? $115/night

30 Airbnbs That Will Blow Your Mind (Not Your Budget)

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30 Airbnbs That Will Blow Your Mind (Not Your Budget) #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... Geodesic Dome, Andalusia, SpainSet on the grounds of a larger guesthouse, this igloo-like white pod contains a beautiful, colorful interior. Here, guests get comfort, privacy, and quirk, plus their own dining table in the sun and access to additional facilities in the main guesthouse — it's a win all around.$33/night

30 Airbnbs That Will Blow Your Mind (Not Your Budget)

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Top 10 Greek islands to visit

Top 10 Greek islands to visit – Top Inspired

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Takachiho Gorge; Miyazaki, Japan

The 14 Best Places To Eat On The Lower East Side #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... Taquitoria If the only time you’ve ever actually had a taquito is off one of those little rollers at 7-Eleven, prepare to be delighted. With these little Mexican meat roll-ups, you pick a filling, pick a cheese, eat, and repeat, as they're five for $8. Consider it a simple and delicious cheap eat.Taquitoria, 168 Ludlow Street (at Stanton Street); 212-780-0121.

The Best Places To Eat On The LES

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The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... Chavela’s "I have searched far and wide for great Mexican food in New York with little to no luck. I am a West Coast girl and will say that after leaving L.A, it has been tough to find a good Mexican spot in NYC. When I visited Chavela's for the first time, my search ended, and I could not have been happier! The food is amazing, the drinks are on point, and the ambiance is perfect and festive."- Lilac Perez, Photo AssistantChavela's, 736 Franklin Avenue (at Sterling Place), Brooklyn; 718-622-3100.

The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC

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The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... The Penrose"Oh, god, the Penrose. Cozy, delicious comfort food, perfect cocktails, and an easy atmosphere. I recommend the scrambled eggs and spiced beef with a side of guac and bacon. And a mimosa, obviously." - Julie Bogen, Assistant Social Media Editor The Penrose, 1590 Second Avenue (between East 82nd and 83rd streets); 212-203-2751.

The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC

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The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... Buvette"This cozy spot in the West Village is full of Parisian countryside charm and definitely worth the wait (forewarning: It doesn't take reservations). Be prepared to go carb crazy — everything is warm, fluffy, and soaked in butter, but it's literally so delicious that you won't give it a second thought. My favorite dishes include the steamed scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, heavenly croissants, and you must get one of the Croques. After indulging, you can walk it all off by shopping your way through the West Village! - Nikki Mendell, PR ManagerBuvette, 42 Grove Street (between Bleecker and Bedford streets); 212-255-3590.

The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC

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The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... EJ's Luncheonette"Whoever put the B-R in brunch is my kinda lady. If it were socially and medically acceptable to order EJ's jumbo flapjacks for breakfast (not brunch) every day, I would do that. Since it's not, I take a Bloody Mary, scrambled eggs, toasted challah, and a mint cookies and cream milkshake to-go. EJ's is the department store of diners — if they don't make it, you don't need it."- Nina Wolpow, Editorial AssistantEJ's Luncheonette, 1271 Third Avenue (at East 73rd Street); 212-472-0600.

The Ultimate Guide To Brunching In NYC

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Endowed with the world’s most famous landmarks, architecture, museums and cafés, the City of Love seduces at every corner.

Things to do in Paris

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Park hopping @ Disney World - Should you park hop & what’s the best way to do it if you do

Park hopping at Disney World

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Our picks for the top 6 backpacking routes in Europe, Central & South America, and the South Pacific

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2015 Austin Bucket Lists Kickoff - See what four local mamas want to get out and do this year.

When you live in a state as great as Texas, there's no need to go far for a great vacation! For that matter, you don't even need to leave DFW! Here are some great for the exploring the Dallas-Fort ...

Great Texas Staycation Ideas

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Concan Vacation Rental - VRBO 121525 - 2 BR Hill Country Cabin in TX, Secluded Cabin in Texas Hill Country on the Frio River

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The Definitive Guide To New York’s Best Chinese Restaurants #refinery29 www.refinery29.co...

Chinese Restaurants NYC - Best Asian Food In New York

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