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The Ultimate Guide to Pumping Gas by Country

Filling up your tank sounds like a straightforward concept, but you might be surprised by how crossing borders can complicate the task. In fact, there is no standard procedure for how to pump gas throughout the world. Fuel standards, stations and pumping etiquette all...

7 Adventures That Were Made for Your Car

There are few things in the world that embody a sense of adventure more than a car. You can go almost anywhere—the mountains, the beach, the desert—anytime, for as long as you’d like. But usually when you arrive you hunker down in a swanky hotel for about a week and...

The Longest Roads in the World [infographic]

Can you brave the longest road in the world? If you’re looking for the road trip of a lifetime, consider a road spanning the entire Americas, circling Australia’s coast, or covering India’s mainland. When preparing for an extensive road trip, there are many things to...

Americans Recommend Their Favorite Family Road Trips

We recently asked 1,000 Americans who they’d want to go on a road trip with, and 70 percent responded with their family. That’s not all we learned from our survey. Those family trips in a wood-paneled station wagon are long gone. Roomier than a wagon and nimbler than...

Most Beautiful US Towns: Adventure Edition

What are your most memorable adventures in the U.S.? We’re willing to bet they involved a bit of adrenaline, a healthy dose of new experiences, and a wallop of visual impact. Whether you’re jumping out of a plane, sweeping down a mountain, or zipping along the...
3 Hot Spots to Party in Long Beach

3 Hot Spots to Party in Long Beach

We've all been there—you're stuck in a strange city for work or play, and sitting in your hotel room is the absolute last thing you want to do. If that strange city happens to be Long Beach, CA, you're in luck; it’s got something for just about every reserve outfit...

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Shopping on North Third Street

Shopping on North Third Street

From antique architecture to the occasional pack of Redcoats marching through the vicinity, the charm of Philadelphia’s “Old City” is undeniable. This is one of America’s oldest neighborhoods, and it has retained much of its archaic look, which dates back to its...

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Shop Until You Drop in Union Square

Shop Until You Drop in Union Square

Welcome to San Francisco! You’ve probably got a long list of things you want to do when you get here, starting with touring Fisherman’s Wharf and ending with escaping from Alcatraz. While we're all about scarfing down your weight in seafood and then trying to swim it...

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Exploring Underground Seattle

Exploring Underground Seattle

If you’ve been to “The Emerald City,” odds are you’ve heard rumors of something that lies just beneath the surface. No, it’s not the alligators or mole people—you’ll have to go to New York for that. But the whispers are true, at least partially; look beneath the...

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Beale Street for Music Lovers

Beale Street for Music Lovers

Never has a street been as synonymous with the auditory as Beale Street in Memphis. Oh, there are the horns and sirens of NYC’s 5th Avenue and the jazz of Bourbon Street, but one stroll or drive down the Official Home of the Blues and your ears will experience a whole...

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