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It just opened in Milan.
Starbucks just opened its first ever cafe in Italy a few days ago. Called the Reserve Roastery, it lives in a former post office in Milan's Palazzo delle Poste, near some of the city's busiest tourist destinations. And holy hell, it is ...
 
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The (hefty) price tags included.
For various reasons, investing in a second passport is becoming a popular option among the one-percent–and it goes beyond the visa-free travel. A second passport opens the door to a plethora of options, from where you can work and invest to where ...
 
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We're No. 1 when it comes to taking trips with friends, No. 2 when it comes to family vacations.
If there's anything the rest of the world should learn about us from movie-of-the-moment Crazy Rich Asians, it's that family means everything. According to new research from online travel agent Agoda, this trait carries over to our travel habits: seven out of 10 families globally take ...
 
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What are you waiting for?
Hey, do you like books? Do you like the beach? Do you like quitting your job? Do you have a pulse? Have I got news for you. A bookstore owner at a luxury resort in the Maldives is looking for someone to ...
 
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It’s not the guidebook we asked for, but it might be the one we need.
No doubt about it, the Philippines—with all its 7,641 islands—is a trip. With more and more tourists coming in every year, there’s also grown a wealth of information online and in print on how and where to travel. But a new Philippine ...
 
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A new twist on your sad beer shower.
If you've grown tired of regular beer showers—the kind where you drink an ice cold beer while standing in the shower—how about going for a beer bath? This one will actually have you lying in a vat of beer.As Us Weekly reports, the Hinotani Onsen ...
 
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The iPhone's next trick? Getting you out of the airport faster
Your smartphone already tracks your movements, arranges your social life and monitors your spending. What could possibly be next?According to International Business Times, in what may prove to be landmark—if not slightly dystopian—development, The United States Patent and Trademark Office has revealed plans ...
 
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Live out your Italian Riviera fantasies in these centuries-old seaside towns.
One of the last places in Earth one would think to end up is on the Ligurian region of Italy, but here the land feels somewhat familiar—sand, the sea and the ever-present sun. And yet Cinque Terre has its own magic that ...
 
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Culture, history, and snake eateries await.
By now Hong Kong may not feel quite so far from home. It's a popular shopping destination, and among the more common picks for Filipinos looking to get out and about. We already know its tall buildings, its posh hotels, its upscale retail options, its beautiful metropolitan ...
 
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For the love of God, do NOT shake that cherry tree.
Everybody loves to travel—after all, there’s nothing more enjoyable than escaping the daily grind to experience different cultures. But we also have to remember that we represent the Philippines every time we’re abroad, and nobody wants to be that annoying tourist.Travel giant ...
 
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There's way more to this city than the Sydney Opera House. Consider this your guide to some of the best places to eat in Sydney.
Setting foot in Australia is an exciting, befuddling experience, mostly because your brain can’t quite comprehend what it’s taking in. While Sydney is a bustling metropolis, it also has its quiet corners—rows upon rows of colourful Victorian houses line the streets, and ...
 
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It's dubbed as the "Green Gateway to the World."
The Philippines is no stranger to environmental initiatives: we have an eco-friendly wet market, an eco-friendly city hall, and now, it seems, an eco-friendly airport. The Department of Tranportation announced that as of June 30, the New Bohol (Panglao) Airport is 90.14% ...