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Worried about traveling alone? You don’t have to be. Solo travel has the potential to be the most adventurous and fulfilling type of travel - if you make the most of it. Just think: you don’t have to check in with or entertain a travel partner, which means you can do whatever you want, whenever you want. Flying solo definitely has its advantages, but it can take some getting used to if you’ve never done it before. Here are seven tips for traveling alone…and loving it.

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Hamburgers are having a global moment, coming out of their fast food shells and popping up in gourmet restaurants and at dedicated festivals in cities all around the world. From the gourmand to the weird, we took at a look at five burgers that are sure to pique your interest.

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Honeymoon photo albums are usually so predictable…The one where they're relaxing on the beach, the one where they're kissing in front of the Eiffel Tower. We've seen them all. Be the first of your friends to wow with pictures from a trip to a far-off, exotic and romantic destination. These are some seriously hidden travel gems you have to try.

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When traveling to a new international destination, it’s natural to want to do your research and create a plan for everything you’ll see and do. After all, you want to make the most of your time on the ground. But, what if we suggested that you stay away from the blogs and leave your guidebooks at home? What if we told you that the possible best travel experience of your life might lie in your ability to just go with the flow?

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While some believe that “tourist” and “traveler” are interchangeable, there are definite and distinct differences between the two. No one wants to simply be a tourist, with their Mickey ears, Hawaiian shirt, fold-out map and giant camera around their neck. You’re definitely no tourist, you’re a traveler. You love soaking up different cultures and getting to know the best local hangouts. Check out these signs you’re not just touring the sites, you’ve made traveling a lifestyle.

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