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      • Insider knowledge: Professor G. Scott Hubbard on space tourism

        Insider knowledge: Professor G. Scott Hubbard on space tourism

        In this guest post, Stanford University’s Professor G. Scott Hubbard – former Director of NASA’s Ames Research Center, founding editor-in-chief of the New Space journal, and author of Exploring Mars: Chronicles from a Decade of Discovery – lo…
        - 59 days ago, 21 May 19, 3:29pm -
      • Wonderings: are the stars our destination?

        Wonderings: are the stars our destination?

        Wonderings: rambles through and reflections on travel... this month, James Kay considers tourism's final frontier: space © Joe Davis / Lonely PlanetAside from a few forays to France, the furthest my maternal grandparents travelled was Pembrokeshir…
        - 59 days ago, 21 May 19, 3:29pm -
      • Just back from: Taiwan

        Just back from: Taiwan

        Louise at the Longshan Temple in Taipei © Louise BastockLouise Bastock, Assistant Editor at Lonely Planet, recently returned from a trip to Taiwan. Tell us more… When I used to think about Taiwan, the dominant images in my mind would be of its…
        - 71 days ago, 9 May 19, 5:38am -
      • Pathfinder spotlight: Maria and Katerina, It’s all trip to me

        Pathfinder spotlight: Maria and Katerina, It’s all trip to me

        Maria and Katerina exploring their home city of Athens © It's all trip to meWhile the life of a full-time traveller may seem like an idyllic existence, it’s not for everyone. Ties to home – from family responsibilities to a budding career –…
        - 73 days ago, 7 May 19, 5:00am -
      • Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travel Quiz

        Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travel Quiz

        How well do you know our home planet? © Dima Zel / ShutterstockDo you know the name of the world’s third-highest mountain? Or in what year the euro was introduced as legal tender? Pit your wits against our toughest travel quiz to date – a thir…
        - 77 days ago, 3 May 19, 10:58am -
      • Pathfinder pics: wandering the waterfalls of Great Smoky Mountains National Park

        Pathfinder pics: wandering the waterfalls of Great Smoky Mountains National Park

        The Great Smoky Mountains NP is a wonderful showcase of nature's power © Nick AlvarezLonely Planet Pathfinder, Nick Alvarez of Be Real Travel, recently returned from a trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park – one of our best value destinati…
        - 77 days ago, 3 May 19, 7:59am -
      • Pathfinder pics: exploring Panama – one of our top countries to visit in 2019

        Pathfinder pics: exploring Panama – one of our top countries to visit in 2019

        Sunset in the breathtaking El Valle ©Timothy CohenLonely Planet Pathfinder, Timothy Cohen, is recently back from a whirlwind trip around Panama – one of our top countries to visit in 2019. From deserted beaches to bustling, urban hubs, here's wh…
        - 78 days ago, 2 May 19, 12:13pm -
      • Wonderings: have you felt a disturbance in the Force?

        Wonderings: have you felt a disturbance in the Force?

        Wonderings: rambles through and reflections on travel... this month, James Kay travels to the parallel universe of the theme park © Joe Davis / Lonely PlanetIt’s a special week for the 177,000-odd people in England and Wales, and many more aroun…
        - 81 days ago, 29 Apr 19, 5:00am -
      • Pathfinders: best blogs, Instagram shots and videos from March 2019

        Pathfinders: best blogs, Instagram shots and videos from March 2019

        Where will our Pathfinders take you this month? © Alexander Ippolitov / ShutterstockFrom New York’s stunning street art scene to Siberia’s wild winter wonderlands, our Pathfinders have been jet-setting across the globe and have returned with e…
        - 86 days ago, 24 Apr 19, 11:44am -
      • Wonderings: Notre Dame will rise from the ashes even greater than before

        Wonderings: Notre Dame will rise from the ashes even greater than before

        Wonderings: rambles through and reflections on travel... this month, James Kay says that Notre Dame will emerge from the recent fire as an even greater monument © Joe Davis / Lonely PlanetMany years ago, I climbed the spiral staircase that winds i…
        - 94 days ago, 16 Apr 19, 11:07am -
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      • Where to Stash Mom

        Where to Stash Mom

        And seven other New York hotels for every visitor you might get this summer.
        - 10 Jan 16, 6:15am -
      • The Urbanist’s Shanghai

        The Urbanist’s Shanghai

        Airplane-factory art, hidden Qing-era opium beds, cod in a bag.
        - 4 Nov 15, 8:01am -
      • Vacation After Dark

        Vacation After Dark

        Have a great night, in multiple time zones.
        - 22 Oct 15, 9:00am -
      • What’s New in Après-Ski?

        What’s New in Après-Ski?

        Because hitting the slopes is just an excuse to get sauced.
        - 21 Oct 15, 5:57pm -
      • 15 Excellent Parties, From Belgrade to Beirut

        15 Excellent Parties, From Belgrade to Beirut

        DJs, promoters, and other after-dark experts nominate (not-too-Zoolander) nights, from Belgrade to Beirut.
        - 21 Oct 15, 5:55pm -
      • 4 Music Festivals That Are Better Than Burning Man

        4 Music Festivals That Are Better Than Burning Man

        Festival-circuit regular Allie Silver of music management firm Free Radical Productions shares her favorite new international fêtes.
        - 21 Oct 15, 5:53pm -
      • Tokyo

        Tokyo

        Record-store beers, dancing in an old movie theater.
        - 21 Oct 15, 5:51pm -
      • Panama City, Panama

        Panama City, Panama

        Bars like your friend’s apartment, sobering sancocho.
        - 21 Oct 15, 5:48pm -
      • Delhi

        Delhi

        Caramel cocktails, late-night mustard fries
        - 21 Oct 15, 5:47pm -
      • Warsaw

        Warsaw

        Emo dance parties, Champagne and hot dogs.
        - 21 Oct 15, 5:44pm -

      San Francisco Chronicle: Rick Steves

      • Rick Steves: In Sicily, you’ll find Italy at its extreme
        It may lack the Botticellis, Guccis and touristic icons of Venice, Florence or Rome, but Sicily still packs a punch. This island, which is a little smaller than Massachusetts, is home to some of Europe’s most important ancient Gree…
        - 28 Dec 17, 1:08pm -
      • Rick Steves: Savoring market day in France
        France is a cultural bouillabaisse that surprises travelers with its varied, complex flavors. To experience the tasty and fragrant wonders of its edible diversity, head to a street market. No single sightseeing activity better connects you to the Fre…
        - 15 Dec 17, 12:38pm -
      • Rick Steves: Romantic Sorrento and the Isle of Capri
        Serene Sorrento, wedged on a ledge under the mountains and over the sea, is a great springboard for sightseeing along Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Just an hour south of wild and crazy Naples, calm and genteel Sorrento makes an ideal home base for day-trip…
        - 5 Nov 17, 1:32pm -
      • Rick Steves: Market towns of Glastonbury and Wells
        England’s scenic landscapes are home to a mix of historic wonders and romantic legends, going back to Camelot and beyond. Tucked into the southwest corner of England are two of the best places to contemplate the country’s mythic past: Glastonbury…
        - 26 Oct 17, 12:13pm -
      • Rick Steves: Tips for topping the Eiffel Tower
        Going up the Eiffel Tower is one of the great travel thrills in Europe. Sure, it’s crowded and expensive, and other spots in Paris offer (arguably) better views. But once you make the eye-popping ascent — and ear-popping descent — you’ll be i…
        - 16 Oct 17, 7:28pm -
      • Rick Steves: Romania’s countryside a haven of traditions
        Romania is full of surprises and wonderful people. And as you leave the capital of Bucharest, it gets even better. In the Romanian countryside, the nation’s unique history and traditional culture live on — vividly. A hard-fought…
        - 16 Oct 17, 5:46pm -
      • Rick Steves: Thoughtful travel to find Europe’s ‘back doors’
        A fundamental part of enjoying travel in Europe is finding places that I call “back doors.” When I first started traveling, back doors to me were Europe’s undiscovered corners and untrampled towns that had, for various reasons, missed the moder…
        - 25 Sep 17, 2:39pm -
      • Rick Steves: The inside line on skipping past the lines
        Westminster Abbey, the Eiffel Tower, the Sistine Chapel — these are the reasons you came to Europe. They’re also the reason millions of other tourists are here as well. Nothing kills a sightseeing buzz like waiting in line for hours to get into a…
        - 22 Sep 17, 12:00pm -
      • Rick Steves: Room for more than the Queen at Windsor
        British royalty has been calling Windsor Castle home since the days of William the Conqueror — almost a thousand years ago — and it’s still a favored castle of the current Queen Elizabeth. While commoners can’t stay at her digs, the town that…
        - 31 Aug 17, 3:51pm -
      • Rick Steves: Siena’s amazing race defines city spirit
        Siena is divided into 17 neighborhoods, or contrade, 10 of which vie for the coveted Palio banner — and all-important bragging rights.Each competing contrada gets its horse through a lottery and then showers it with love, washing and grooming it…
        - 4 Aug 17, 12:46pm -

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      • Volcanos and Penguins and Wine Oh My
        The 28 or so hours traveling here has proven to be more than worth itWhile the flight from Houston to Santiago was overnight and in the dark the three hours from Santiago to Punta Arenas were spent winging over the Andes. Amazing is a word overused i
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      • Spring season in New Zealand
        Premier jour Taupo.. o il ne fait pas spcialement beau L'occasion pour moi de revisiter mes premiers jours en NouvelleZlande
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      • Raglan sunset
        Premiers FishChips neozelandais face l'ocan de Raglan C'etait aussi le soir d'une clipse totale mais comme je suis hyper doue je l'ai pas vraiment vue et je ne sais donc pas quoi a ressemble
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      • Hamilton Lake
        Deuxime ville en compagnie de Dan l'english Hamilton Ville qui ne valait pas plus qu'Auckland a mes yeux car beaucoup trop de gros buildings et de d'industries Malgres cela j'ai su trouver un lac qui valait le dtour mais que beaucoup de personne
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      • Hamilton Lake
        Deuxime ville en compagnie de Dan l'english Hamilton Ville qui ne valait pas plus qu'Auckland a mes yeux car beaucoup trop de gros buildings et de d'industries Malgres cela j'ai su trouver un lac qui valait le dtour mais que beaucoup de personne
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      • Auckland
        Premiers pas en NouvelleZlande aprs 43heures de trajetAuckland n'est pas la ville que j'enviais la NouvelleZlande mais il me fallut bien trois nuits pour me remettre du jetlag et pour me faire quelques copains avec qui voyager Backpacker
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      • Camping in Stockholms Archipelago Finnhamn and Ingmars
        Got the wonderful suggestion from my boyfriend James that we start a travel blog together and keep a track of our trips and travels and of our expanding adventures as we get to see and learn more about our mysteriously beautiful planet. Being a bit o…
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      • Hangzhou Tag 24
        Der groe Wetterbuddha ist mir am heutigen Tag wohlgesonnen und beschert mir zumindest keinen Regen. Ich kann also ab 8.30 Uhr im chinesischen Stil noch einmal Hangzhou erkunden. Mit meinem klapprigen Fahrrad starte ich also meine Erkundungstour rund…
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      • Final leg
        We spent our last night in Dar es Salaam celebrating my passing of the BCBA exam. We acted totally out of character and booked an executive room at the Serena Hotel and enjoyed all the benefits. We did look a bit out of place arriving to this 5 star…
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      • Marthas Vineyard.
        Weather was going to turn on us to get to the next destination so our Captain decided to leave Newport early to bit the storm. The boss drove the rental car and took the ferry while we took the yacht Pretty odd. They got in to a little adventure that…
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