How to Quit Your Job and Travel the World + More of This Week's Top Stories

Seriously considering trading your stuffy cubicle for the mountains of East China or the bamboo groves of Japan? Don’t make your escape without these must-know tips.

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Italy's Six Best Automobile Museums

Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Alfa Romeo … even the mention of Italy's famed luxury sports cars can rouse the imagination and ambition of millions of car enthusiasts the world over. Here's a roundup of a half dozen of the country's best automobile museums.

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Four Free Museums in London You Might Not Know About

In London, most visitors know of the British Museum, the Tate Modern and the Victoria and Albert Museum. All of these museums are standout spaces for exploring the past without having to pay an admission fee. However, there are several other museums in London with free admission that you might not know about. While the city can be expensive, it always helps to save a few pounds on some museum admissions. If you want to uncover some of London’s free museum that aren’t the big timers, here are four that won’t disappoint.

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Three Museums in Mexico City

A cultural mecca, Mexico City has plenty to offer museumgoers. From the anthropological treasures to contemporary art, you’re sure to find something that captivates even the hardest to impress world traveler. Here are my top three suggestions.

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Traveling with Young Art Lovers

When I was young, I was incredibly into art (this has not changed as I’ve gotten older). My parents did a wonderful job of helping me have meaningful artistic experiences when we traveled, which taught me how to incorporate art not only into my travels, but also into my everyday life. Here are some suggestions for help your young art lovers get the most out of their travel experiences.

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  • By:Jen Westmoreland Bouchard, last post 13 Nov 2014
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