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The 52 Places Traveler: The Paradox of the Women of La Paz

The 52 Places Traveler: The Paradox of the Women of La Paz

Scenes from La Paz. Clockwise from top right: Vallegrande pork with roast squash at the restaurant Popular; cholitas at a fiesta in Plaza San Francisco; a fruit stand at Mercado Lanza; Lorena Calderon, a journalism student, on the Verde line of Mi Teleférico.

Family, Meet My Old Love: Saigon

Family, Meet My Old Love: Saigon

An alleyway in Saigon. Mayhem, a hidden-away vintage clothing store, is just around the corner.

The Frugal Five

The Frugal Five

Lucas Peterson: Frugal Traveler, 2016-current

Check-in Time Hours Away? How to Ditch Those Annoying Bags

Check-in Time Hours Away? How to Ditch Those Annoying Bags

A LuggageHero storage location in Copenhagen, one of many cities where some businesses will look after your bags for a low hourly rate.

Place 14 of 52: Seattle, City of Glass

Place 14 of 52: Seattle, City of Glass

Scenes from Seattle. Clockwise from top right: Guzmania sanguinea from Ecuador in Amazon’s The Spheres; Dale Chihuly’s “Sealife Tower” and “Mille Fiori” at Chihuly Garden and Glass; the exterior of The Spheres.

A Journey Into Iraqi Kurdistan

A Journey Into Iraqi Kurdistan

An ancient city gate in Amadiya, in the Kurdish region of Iraq.

A D.I.Y. Trip Through Alaska’s Inside Passage

A D.I.Y. Trip Through Alaska’s Inside Passage

The Mendenhall Ice Caves, part of a D.I.Y. trip through Alaska’s Inside Passage. The writer and explorer John Muir had described its hue as “the most startling, chilling, almost shrieking vitriol blue.” Climate change, though, has had a profound effect: this ice cave no longer exists; the ones that remain require special expertise and equipment to reach.

What Obama’s Photographer Learned About Travel

What Obama’s Photographer Learned About Travel

Marine One descends outside Petra, Jordan, in March 2013.

36 Hours in Copenhagen

36 Hours in Copenhagen

Historic Nyhavn, with its colorful rowhouses and 17th-century canal, is a popular area.

San Antonio’s Summer Homage to Spain

San Antonio’s Summer Homage to Spain

Spanish flamenco dancing is part of this summer's lineup of festivities in celebration of the city’s 300th birthday.

Will U.S. Withdrawal from Unesco Affect Heritage Sites?

Will U.S. Withdrawal from Unesco Affect Heritage Sites?

Grand Prismatic, the largest hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, a Unesco World Heritage site.

From Pyramids to Chocolate, Mexico City Through the Eyes of Children

From Pyramids to Chocolate, Mexico City Through the Eyes of Children

Ballooning at sunrise over the Teotihuacan pyramids, a 45-minute drive from Mexico City.

In Pittsburgh, the Airport Is a Destination

In Pittsburgh, the Airport Is a Destination

Pittsburgh International Airport.

See the Sights in the Southwest and California Like a Rock Star

See the Sights in the Southwest and California Like a Rock Star

Travel like a rock star on a tricked-out Roadies bus, like this one, parked in Joshua Tree National Park.


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