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What Are Vaccine Passports—And How Would They Work? | Condé Nast Traveler

Will vaccine passports be required in 2021? Here's a look at how the documents might roll out in the U.S.

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Where to See Cherry Blossom Trees in the United States

Looking for cherry blossoms near you? These 12 cities around the U.S. have cherry blossom blooms each spring. Here’s where best to enjoy the flowers.

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Quarantine After International Travel Now Required for Those Arriving in the U.S. | Condé Nast Traveler

President Biden's latest executive order addressing COVID-19 requires pre-testing and quarantine after international travel.

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Charleston vs Savannah: a Southern face-off - Lonely Planet

Charleston vs Savannah. Two beautiful US cities, with similar historic character, but which is right for your next holiday? Find out here.

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Can You Get Time Off During COVID-19? - The Atlantic

America’s flawed approach to sick leave is making the pandemic worse.

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Palm Springs and Joshua Tree Are Booming as Pandemic Escapes – WWD

What's happening in Palm Springs and Joshua Tree travel, restaurants and shopping.

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U.S. Airports to No Longer Screen International Arrivals for COVID-19

Starting Monday, international flights will no longer be required to come into 1 of 13 airports where the enhanced coronavirus screening measures were being carried out.

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Iconic Chateau Marmont Hotel To Become Members-Only Club

André Balazs may also convert his other properties around the world into members-only clubs in a post pandemic world.

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Vintage Photos of the Great American Road Trip - Condé Nast Traveler

A look back at America's love affair with cars and the open road, with vintage photos from the 1930s and beyond of the Great American Road Trip.

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Amid Coronavirus, the World's Top Tourist Destinations Are Empty - Condé Nast Traveler

Top tourist destinations like Times Square, the Eiffel Tower, and more are completely deserted right now.

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San Miguel de Allende: You’ll Find the Real Mexico in Old Mexico

When most people think of visiting Mexico, they think of beach resorts or archeological ruins. Places such as Acapulco ...

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A tour of Dominica in search of Creole cooking and the spirit of Jean Rhys

On the taste and scent trail of the Caribbean island immortalised by the Celtic-Creole novelist

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Anthony Bourdain Travel Guide Will Go on Sale in October 2020

Coauthored by Bourdain’s longtime assistant Laurie Woolever, “World Travel: An Irreverent Guide” will be published by Ecco this fall.

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How Did Tel Aviv Become a Beacon For Stunning Bauhaus Architecture?

Israel's second largest city is home to one of the largest clusters of buildings from a major 20th century architectural movement

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Everything You Need to Know About Getting a Real ID

By October 2020, if you don’t have a Real ID or a passport, you will not be able to fly.

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Check out Dickerson Pike’s hip new motel, dive bar and swim club

The Dive Motel & Swim Club on Nashville's Dickerson Pike harkens back to the mid-20th century when roadside motels were an icon of American travel.

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Are We Loving Venice to Death?

With some 30 million tourists flocking to Venice each year, the city is suffering the consequences. Venetian locals, though, are taking it into their own hands to preserve local crafts and traditions with the hope that travelers will follow suit.