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Explore Artisan Towns And Seaside Villages Along CA’s Highway 1

BY TEAM JST Going, going, back, back to Cali, Cali! Imagine driving through the breathtaking coastal region of San Luis Obispo County along CA’s Highway 1 Discovery Route. The sparkling Pacific Ocean ...

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Instagrammer Of The Week: Around The World With @neanyoe

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY Meet Niño Joseph Lorenzo, a native of the Bay Area in California who celebrated his recent 27th birthday with a camel safari in the Tahar Desert. ...

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Renaissance Hotels’ New Concert Series Include: La Roux, Grouplove, DJ Cassidy…And More!

BY TEAM JST Travel and music have always belonged together, but never like this! Renaissance Hotels, known for inspiring travelers to Live Life to Discover, announced today its fall schedule of ...

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Tantalo Hotel/Kitchen/Bar: Your Eclectic Night Out In Panama

BY LENA KAZER It is 6:30 PM in Casco Viejo, Panama. The ...
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Las Vegas Invites Your Kids To Go Glamping…TRUMP Style!

BY TEAM JST At some point, they’ll be planning their own glamping vacays. ...
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A Twenty-Something’s Guide To Picking The Best Travel Method For You

BY AMANDA RODRIGUES There are so many different ways to travel today! ...
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Meet Your New Bestie On The Plane: The Kindle Voyage

BY TEAM JST It’s light as feather and easy to look at! No, ...
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5 Ups And Downs Of Traveling Solo

BY LAURA PATERSON About 8 months ago I packed my bag, jumped ...
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5 Reasons Why Scotland’s Independence Matters To Travelers

BY WENDY HUNG It’s coming down to the hours until the polls ...
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Rejoice, Non-iPhone Users: Here’s A Cutting Edge Hotel Booking App

BY TEAM JST Michael Reichartz and Jiim Ferguson were execs and early digital booking ...
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What I Learned From Studying Abroad

BY DAWN FLEMING There’s no denying that travel is the best way ...
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3 Fail-Proof Tips For Painless Packing

BY BREE FORMENTINI Going somewhere? Here are three packing tips you need ...
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JST Drive: The Bay Area’s Best Motorcycle Routes – Highway 84

BY JERRY LEON As one of the Bay Area’s most popular motorcycle ...
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American Airlines Going Paperless With eManuals

BY TEAM JST American Airlines was the first airline with a paperless cockpit, ...
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September Founder’s Note: 34

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The Complete (Survivor’s) Guide To Oktoberfest!

BY JERRY LEON Natalie Marchant via Flickr Oktoberfest, the world’s largest fair, is a sixteen day festival held in Munich, Germany. Originally established more than 200 years ago to celebrate the forthcoming wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig I and Princess Therese, the festival is now a global phenomenon, attracting more than 6 million visitors each […]

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Four Seasons Food Truck Hits The Road Again! Dates & Cities REVEALED

BY TEAM JST This week, your taste buds are going nuts! After a successful run last year, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts’ second Food Truck is at it again! It’ll be making stops in nine cities across US, from Boston to Miami. Remember that last memorable meal you had at the five-star resort…somewhere around the world? […]

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Will Cell Phone Lanes For Texting Become A Global Trend?

BY TEAM JST In this Chinese city, phone addicts get their own sidewalk lane http://t.co/kpLf0ZTKLZ pic.twitter.com/d622PMSLgK — Steven Millward (@SirSteven) September 15, 2014 “Cell phones, walk in this lane at your own risk, no cell phones.” Yes, there are now cell phone lanes for texting in China, which can be seen at 洋人街 (Westerner Street) in […]

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Unleashed Festival 2014: Young Australians Creating Music And Social Change To Look Out For

BY EVAN MOLINEUX On August 31, I was given a free ticket to what I thought was merely a music festival in downtown Melbourne, one that celebrates up and coming young Australian artists. Although there was a plethora of talented artists performing, upon arriving at the festival, I quickly learned that the it celebrated much […]

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Tech Tuesday: Bring Your Travel Journal To Life With Tripcast

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY So you want to share your photo memories with your friends and family back home, but you don’t want to put your entire trip on blast over Facebook. Yea, your loved ones can scroll through your daily Insta pics, but your personal (and societally acceptable) limit is one per day. Parents […]

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Jetset Quiz: Which Is Your Coveted Travel Era?

BY LENA KAZER While we can all agree that advancements in technology make traveling today easier than ever, do they necessarily make traveling better? There is something to be said for the nostalgic travelers of decades past: they emulate charisma and effortless style that is nearly impossible to replicate. To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of […]

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Get Down With Barhopping In DTLA

BY NADIA CHO The historic downtown area of Los Angeles has grown incredibly up and coming and hip within the last few years. Thanks to great bars, food stops, urban parks and cultural events, DTLA is way cooler and exciting to hang out in than posh and snooty West Hollywood. Thanks to its high density […]

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