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Shoes that’ll take you from cobblestones to city walks. You’re walking down the cobbled side streets of London or Rome, not a care in the world, and then it hits you: Your shoes are uncomfortable AF. A bad pair of travel shoes can mean the difference between enjoying your vacation the way it was meant to be experienced, or stopping every few hours to reapply bandages and blister-preventing products in the middle of a sea of tourists. When...

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According to a recent study by Alcohol.org, seven out of the 10 booziest travel destinations in the world are in America. The organization, which provides information about treatment for alcohol and substance addiction, studied 1,000 Instagram posts tagged with #vacationmode or #vacay from travelers in 143 cities around the world in an attempt to understand the influence of alcohol in people’s vacations. The social media analysis found that the majority of the top destinations are in the...

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Here are four key pieces of picture-taking advice to use for your next trip. and framing the shots just-so. Who better to dole out some helpful tips than travel Instagrammers with massive followings? Below, the community of travel photographers at Tiny Atlas Quarterly shared some A+ tips to keep in mind while chronicling your travels ― whether you’re close to home or far away: @______THEO “I can’t recommend shooting sunrise enough. Whenever I make the effort, I get to...

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With endless categories being used to define women’s bodies, swimsuit shopping has become an impossible task—especially as clothing tags don’t tend to say: “buy this if you’re an inverted triangle.” This season is all about body positivity and feeling good in your own skin, so let’s leave the apples and pears in the fruit bowl and get back to soaking up the sun. Baring all in a string bikini is easier said than done, however....

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“We will make our voices heard,” said the Swedish teenager who inspired the Fridays for Future youth movement for climate action. Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist, will sail across the Atlantic Ocean aboard a zero-emissions racing boat to take part in two United Nations climate summits and several environmental protests later this year, she said on Monday. Thunberg, who has become a leading figure in the youth movement for climate action, will travel aboard...