High-Flying Style and In-Flight Distractions: Weekly Roundup

Posted by Fodor's Editors on September 21, 2013 at 12:50:21 PM EDT | Post a Comment

This week we took to the friendly skies in a few very different ways—first we talked flying fashionably with 10 solid style-meets-comfort outfits and then we watched, in awe, when a trainer strapped a GoPro camera to the back of an eagle and hit record. And, as usual, we’re globetrotting from Iceland to Hawaii and everywhere in between.

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10 Perfect Outfits for Long-Haul Flights

Jet-setting may sound like a breeze, but pulling it off with true globe-trotter panache is tough when you're talking about hours spent on crowded flights. These 10 savvy outfits keep the comfort levels high.

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Watch an Amazing Video of an Eagle Mid-Flight

Take two minutes this morning to watch this awesome video of an eagle in flight. A trainer strapped a GoPro camera to this beautiful eagle, hit record, and let it fly.

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Food-Lover's Tour of Quebec City

Your days in Quebec City could easily be filled with monuments, museums, and charming neighborhoods. But save time for food—you won't want to miss the fantastic cuisine that blankets the city.

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6 Reasons to Visit Cody, Wyoming

Jackson Hole may be the most common gateway to Yellowstone. But may we suggest Cody, Wyoming instead? Founded by Buffalo Bill, it has a fascinating history and is full of buckaroo spirit.

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Fall 2013 Guide to Hawaii

Fall is filled to the brim with festivals and new openings in Hawaii. Whether you go for a marathon, a lesson in coconut history, or to check out Maui's newest hotel, just make sure you go this fall.

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Insider's Guide to Reykjavik

In Iceland you can be sure that every experience will bring you closer to nature. But that's not to say that its capital city of Reykjavik isn't filled with wonderful culture, fantastic eats, and charm to spare.

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