Category Archives: International

8 Unconventional Museums for the Curious Mind

The museum’s remarkable popularity made it clear just how much people enjoy the unexpected in a museum. While classic museums filled with art and historical artifacts are both enticing and informative, it’s refreshing to get up-close to out-of-the-ordinary objects.

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Lights, Camera…Movie Hotels!

What’s your favorite movie genre? Perhaps you enjoy the thrill of horror, or maybe you prefer indulging in a good cry over a tragic romance. Regardless of your preference, one thing’s for certain—films yield power over our emotions.

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Taking a Deep Dive on the Islands

Boasting some of the world’s most spectacular resorts, meeting spaces and attractions, the Caribbean and the Bahamas have long been among the favorite meeting spots for groups. The islands also lure groups with their warm weather, fabulous beaches, vast array of water sports and tantalizing dining options.

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World’s Top Trending Destinations

Booking.com has released its Top 10 Trending Destinations for 2018, and from the sun-washed splendors of Cartagena, Colombia, to the food scene in Philadelphia, there’s a place and a reason perfectly suited for your event.

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Explore Perth Using Your 5 Senses

Tourism Australia’s new campaign slogan is “Australia, it’s a place you feel,” but, the country is actually a multisensory destination. Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, taps into all five senses—and adds a bonus dose of Aussie humor.

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The Planner’s Oscar-Nominee Travel Guide

The Oscars are just around the corner, and for most people that means judging who wore it best. But event planners are looking for more than that—they’re on the hunt for Hollywood-inspired places to host their next event (the curse of a constantly-working mind!). Our guide has you covered.

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Bucket List Tour of Australia

 As one of the first countries to ring in 2018—with a magnificent fireworks display over Sydney Harbour Bridge—there’s no better place than Australia to help you achieve your New Year’s travel resolutions. January is a big month for the country. It hosts the Australian Open Grand Slam tennis tournament in Melbourne and celebrates Australia Day, the anniversary of the arrival of First Fleet British ships, on Jan. 26.

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