Park's BBQ and 47 more locations18 Jan
While some people find restaurants with "no reservation" policies incredibly infuriating, others relish the opportunity to indulge their spontaneity.
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Universal Studios Florida and 43 more locations18 Jan
Not all states or even cities are created equal, especially in terms of providing facilities for those with disabilities. INSIDER found some of the most accessible cities the US has to offer, according to various studies and rankings. From hydraulic lifts to a wheelchair friendly zipline, these cities are truly paving the way for inclusivity.
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Pyramids of Giza and 14 more locations17 Jan
"While the historical sights and scenery lived up to expectations, I found myself constantly frustrated by the feeling that I'd been taken advantage of by guides, that tour operators were cutting corners, or that people were outright lying to me."
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Illinois and 20 more locations16 Jan
Based on an average basket of food including products widely consumed in Europe — such as bread, milk and chicken — Swiss bank UBS has ranked the most expensive cities in the world to eat in.
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El Capitan and 61 more locations15 Jan
From mountains with their own weather systems and unique worlds of biodiversity to mountains that literally separate countries and define landscapes, these incredible geological formations are nothing short of awe-inspiring. While some are recognized for their sheer height, others stun visitors with their vibrancy or dynamic shape.
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Eiffel Tower and 65 more locations15 Jan
While some destinations are traditionally associated with romance, like Paris, others are ideal for couples seeking adventure, sunshine or sporting activities.
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