Looking Back: The Concorde

When I first started flying to France in the 1990s, friends and family would joke about whether or not I was going to take the Concorde. I was tempted, but the ticket price (about 5 times as much as a regular flight - $10,000 for a round-trip ticket from New York to Paris) didn’t exactly fit into my college student budget. Here’s a look back on an interesting period in international aviation history, the Concorde era.

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Literary Adventures: 4 Classic Novels About Travel

In order to get up on go, we need to be moved by an event, by a person, or sometimes most simply, by words on a page. Travel novels inspire many of us to book that plane ticket to far away lands, to have imagination for where we are going, what we will see and how we will get home. If you are in need of some travel inspiration, you might as well begin with the classics. A number of classic travel novels provide that inspiration with every turn of the page.

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An Unusual Cup of Joe: 4 Unique Coffee Shops To Get Your Caffeine Fix

From coffee houses that are part bicycle shop to those that infuse their coffee with Coca-Cola or shut off the Wi-Fi, here are four unique coffee shops across the country to get your caffeine fix.

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Furry, Fierce and Free: Would You Visit Denmark’s Cageless Zoo?

The animal kingdom was born to be wild—and Denmark gets it. By 2019, the Givskud Zoo is slated to complete phase one of a cage and fence-free design project. Faith in humanity = restored.

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Animal of the Week: Maya the Cat, Snapchat World Traveler

Cats. When they’re not sleeping, eating, or peeing on your most prized possessions, they’re becoming Internet famous.

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