[gallery size="full" columns="1" link="none" ids="18789,18786,18784,18782"]Instead of spending all day in an airport waiting for your connecting flight, take advantage of these eight airlines's stopover programs, where you can spend up to a week exploring a new city, often for no extra fee. From Toronto to Dubai, happy exploring.
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We've got spirits, yes we do.
We know the United States as the land of spacious skies and amber waves of grain, but it also happens to be the land of a million ghost stories. Take a coast-to-coast tour of the most haunted places in America, where lingering spirits roam through the halls of hotels, abandoned insane asylums, Broadway theaters, and even a city zoo.
The steaminess of summer has finally worn off and most of the country is getting that first cool nip in the air, which means it's time to crack open that pumpkin beer, break out your decorative gourds, and get outside to see America's annual show of fall colors.
The major move makes it easier to earn points for free nights at more than 6,700 hotels.
It's a done deal: Travelers who’d been in the Starwood Preferred Guest and Ritz-Carlton Rewards loyalty programs are now Marriott Rewards members. The world’s biggest hotel brand wrapped the long-promised combination the three programs after setting an August 18 deadline for the cutover. “The programs now
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From serene scenery to magical memories, awaken your senses with a perfect balance of adventure and wellness at Six Senses Zighy Bay, where rugged mountains dive into sleepy azure waters. Enjoy what it means to be timeless. In the infamous words of the inimitable Spice Girls "a-zig a-zig ahhhhhh" - they were surely talking about this Six Senses stunner (and you won't be able to stop humming this when there).
We all deserve a good vacation, but every seasoned traveler knows there is a certain point where happiness peaks and homesickness starts to set in. A new study from the University of Tampere in Finland has pinpointed how long your next trip should be to maximize enjoyment and return home refreshed.