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YVE Hotel Miami

A Sassy Hotel With An Avant-Garde Twist Breaks The Scene In Miami

BY TEAM JST 243 rooms, catering to both business travelers and partygoers, is the latest hotel breaking the scene in downtown Miami. Launched by Destination Hotels – North America’s largest operator of independent hotels and resorts – in collaboration with lodging real estate investment trust: Host Hotels & Resorts, YVE Hotel Maimi is a concept hotel […]

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3 Malala and Kailash Exhibit 2014

Unveiling The Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition 2014

BY JERRY LEON In honor of the newest recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Nobel Peace Center unveiled Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition 2014 on December 11 in Oslo, Norway. The Norwegian Nobel Committee made the official announcement on October 10, when Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai were announced as this year’s award winners. The Nobel […]

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Castilla, Spain

Dream Destinations In Spain (That You Probably Haven’t Heard Of)

BY NADIA CHO When I first came to Spain, my study abroad advisor told me that there is so much to see in this one country that there’s never any reason to travel outside of Spain. Turns out she was extremely right. Three years later, after having visited many locales all over the country, the […]

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Zagreb, Dolac Market

Tricks To Scoring The Best Souvenirs Without Key Chains & T-Shirts

BY DAWN FLEMING We all know that taking a trip or a vacation is not complete until you’ve gotten souvenirs for friends and family back home. But finding the perfect gift in between tours, excursions, and much needed down time isn’t always as easy as it seems. And I’m sure many of us are guilty […]

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Christmas Budapest Elizabeth

The Wonders Of Christmas Markets In Budapest

BY ELIZABETH BEZVERKHA “Christmas doesn’t come from a store, maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more…” ― Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! In the evening, the Christmas lights light up and the city becomes busier than ever. Street posts, trees and store windows are decorated with Christmas decorations that spark bright and give […]

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Prague Neighborhood Breakdown

Prague Neighborhood Breakdown: Hotels (& Hostels) For Every Price Range

BY WENDY HUNG Prague is a small city compared to other European metropolis but it’s becoming one of the most popular destinations on the continent, perfectly tailored for weekend getaways. The city is conveniently broken down into 10 districts, from Prague (or Praha) 1 all the way to Prague 10. But most travelers flock to […]

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Perth Skyline Watercolors

Take It From A Local: The Hidden Holiday Gems Of Perth

BY GUEST CONTRIBUTOR, BRADLEY ROWE If you Google “Things to do in Perth”, you will get a horde or results telling you all the same thing. “Go to King’s Park, Cottesloe Beach, Margaret River” etc. etc. Yes, those places are fantastic and I highly recommend you take the time to check them out, but this […]

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