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The Things We Can’t Travel Without

As guys on the go, we quickly realized that having the right luggage and accessories makes all the difference, especially in a city that never stops surprising you and is always on the move.

5 Small but Gorgeous Italian Towns You Probably Haven’t Heard Of

A vacation to Italy is a dream. The crowds, however? A nightmare. These small towns are more under-the-radar.

The 5 Best Travel Shoes To Get You Through Any Trip

Packing for a trip can be stressful, and choosing the right shoes can be one of the most challenging parts. You want to be comfortable, stylish, and practical all at once. Most importantly, you need to be able to walk–a lot–in potentially varying weather conditions. Those flimsy beach flip flops…

An Ode to Oklahoma Style Barbecue

You’ll find people who insist that there are four epicenters of barbecue in America that constitute the undisputed quadrumvirate of masterfully smoked meat: Texas, Memphis, Kansas City, and North Carolina. Ignore such blowhards: just about every corner of America boasts a time-honored, cherished barbecue tradition. Whether it's Santa Maria tri-tip…

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London’s Secret World War II Tunnels Will Be Open to Public

Beneath the bustling streets of London lies a hidden gem with a rich history – the Kingsway Exchange Tunnels. Built as a wartime shelter during WWII, these mile-long tunnels have seen it all. From housing MI6's covert Special Operations Executive to serving as the communication lifeline between the White House…

‘The Amazing Race’ For Everyday People: Taking a Tour With Competitours

“Tonight we will be sleeping in…” Ari Charlestein, owner and “Evil Genius” for the competition-based tour company Competitours, begins to tell a group full of people who are all hanging from the edges of their seats. “Actually, no, let’s make this a challenge,” he says. “Every team needs to WhatsApp…

Herding Sheep in the Netherlands- Photo courtesy of Competitours
What It’s Like to Wander the Ice Caves of Iceland

My grandparents had a place in the Poconos up until I was in college, and I grew up going in and out of the Appalachians. Over time, I learned enough to be able to rattle off a few fun facts about the mountains here and there: They’re one of the…