Ten Toilets You’ll Meet on Your Travels (and how to cope with them)

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Experienced travelers know that relieving oneself on the road sometimes isn’t easy. Lucy Corne describes ten "unusual" toilets you are likely to come across, and how to deal with each of them.

Five Great Valentine’s Day Getaways in the USA

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Looking for ideas for a romantic trip? Michelle Fabio gives us five excellent suggestions around the United States.

A Night at the Del Ray – Costa Rica’s Most Famous Brothel/Hotel/Casino

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So many friends have asked expat Michael Paladin about this famous and unusual hotel in Costa Rica, that he decided to document how things work and share it with everyone.

TSA Rules: Outsmart Security with Non-Liquid Alternatives to Ordinary Toiletries

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Traveling with only carry-on luggage just got easier with the help of BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel and these non-liquid alternatives to things like shampoo, lotion, and toothpaste.

Seven of the Best Inns in America

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If you are tired of large and impersonal hotels, check out Jennifer Knoepfle’s list of 7 of the finest inns in the United States.

Danger: Mines – Cambodia, Asia

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The contrast between the beauty and brutality of Cambodia
divides Rebekah Pothaar’s feelings as a traveler.

Travel Interrupted: Mumbai after the Attacks – India, Asia

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Traveler Kristin Kent arrived in Mumbai 24 hours after the terrorist attacks ended. She discovered a recovering city and heroic stories.

Coach Trips: Testing the Stereotypes – Paris, France

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Coach trips receive a bad reputation in Britain as the sole domain of the old and infirm. John Guzdek wanted to see how truthful the stereotypes were, and if they may have a place in younger travellers’ plans.

Over-Water Bungalows Around the World

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Daydream along with us, as BootsnAll tours most of the finest and more luxurious over-water bungalows and villas at resorts around the world.

A Not So Gay Ho-Hum Christmas in Paree – Paris, France, Europe

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In Paris’s Muslim quarter, Barbes Rochechouart, John M. Edwards finds ho-hum Christmas cheer, but not much champagne or beer.