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Hikes, Hollywood, and Hawaii: Week In Review

This week, we gave you reasons to love your summer vacation from LA to Lanai, and doled out tips for how to snag the best vacation rental wherever you’re headed. Once you’ve got the shelter, you’ll probably want to hit the beach or the trail—so we rounded up the 7 best of each. And when you’re booking the flight there, make sure you’re up to date on all the newest whacky amenities your airline’s adding. We’ve got all of this and more, in this Week In Review.


7 Best Family-Friendly Beaches in the US

As summer heats up, now is the time to indulge in a classic beach vacation filled with wave-jumping, ice cream, and boardwalks. Take your pick of our 7 favorites across the country.


19 Natural and Cultural Wonders Named New World Heritage Sites

Some spectacular new sites earned coveted spots on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list last week, representing the best of what the world has to offer in natural and cultural beauty.


5 Craziest New Airplane Amenities

From airplane seats the size of couches to in-flight bars and islands in the sky, air travel is getting bigger, sexier, and yes, a little uncanny.


Summer 2013 Guide to Los Angeles

From its stunning coastline to iconic sites like the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Park, LA has something for everyone. (Not to mention awesome weather.) Book your summertime getaway around these top events.

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Expert’s Guide to Vacation Rentals

HomeAway’s VP gave us the inside scoop on how to have the best rental experience possible, from the initial search to getting the keys. Whether you’re a first-timer or a vet, you’ll want to take notes.


7 Best Hikes in the US

From coast to coast, our country has endless hiking trails through varied and wildly beautiful landscapes. From oceanfront to mountainside and from moderate to advanced, here are 7 top trails.


5 Reasons to Go to Lanai, Hawaii

Hawaii’s sixth largest island, Lanai, is one of its least visited because there’s just not much to do. But change and development are on the horizon, so head there now to discover its natural beauty sans crowds.

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