3 U.S. National Forests with Spectacular Evergreens

Pine trees are on many people’s minds this time of year. If you love seeing evergreens in their natural environment, there are plenty places around the country where they thrive year-round. Here are three suggestions of national forests that are known for their captivating conifers and great hiking trails.

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Travel Footwear for Women: 3 Tried & True Favorites

Choosing footwear for trips can be challenging. Of course, bringing the right gear to keep your feet comfortable depends on what you plan on doing during the trip and the climate of the place you’ll be staying. In addition to any “specialty” shoe I might need (hiking boots, for example), I always bring comfortable and versatile footwear that won’t slow me down. One suggestion I always give is to wear your travel shoes a lot before you leave to make sure that they are broken in and comfortable for your trip. Here are three types of shoes that have served me well over my years of traveling.

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4 New York Stores for Interior Design Aficionados

Here are four fantastic New York interior design shops – all very different from one another!

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5 Impressive Sights in Beirut

Lebanon’s capital city of Beirut has seen an increase in tourism over the past decade, and for good reason. From historic sites to natural wonders to world-class museums, Beirut has plenty to offer visitors.

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3 Unique U.S. Hotels

When I travel within the U.S., I enjoy seeking out unique places to stay. Here are three hotels that draw inspiration from the history of their natural/urban surroundings, and stand out because of their distinctive themes and aesthetics.

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