Grubwithus Takes the Solo Dining out of Solo Travel

As liberating as solo expeditions may be, there's something about dining alone in unfamiliar Territory that can be uncomfortable. Not to mention, mingling with locals over an unforgettable meal is just a better way to dine.

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Experience Carnival Every Month of the Year

The “big three” Carnival parades of the western world may be over, but if you missed the fun last week in Brazil, Trinidad & Tobago or (Mardi Gras) New Orleans – or if you just don’t want the fun to end – you’ll be happy to know that Carnival is actually a 12-month-a-year affair.

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Carnival Cool-Down: Post-Parade Rejuvenation Vacations

Earlier this week, people from all over the world marauded the streets Brazil and Trinidad & Tobago for Carnival, showing off the brilliant colors of their elaborate costumes. The bead and feather-laden roadways and sidewalks of these places only serve as sad reminders that the revelry has come to an end. So where can one escape for a jet-set getaway to rejuvenate before returning to pre-Carnival life?

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Five Fast Facts about Turkey (That You May Not Have Known)

Turkey is one destination that finds its way onto most avid travelers’ wish lists, but ask around and you’ll find that few people actually know about its real treasures.

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E-Cigarettes to be Banned In-Flight After Reality TV Debut

It looks like the e-cig’s 15 minutes of fame are about to end, as the U.S. Department of Transportation plans to ban the device from being used on aircrafts this spring, according to the Associated Press.

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