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Ah, London. Where history collides with art, fashion, food – the list goes on. As you make your way through the city’s iconic mainstays (hello, Covent Garden) and innovative newcomers (Coal Drops Yard, anyone?), be sure to use your Visa card, a secur...
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France is hosting the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ this summer through July 7, with matches taking place in cities all around the country. Paris’s central location makes it an ideal starting point for attending as many football games possible (traveling t...
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Spain is a beautiful country with much more to offer than the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and the party scene in Ibiza. We asked locals for their favorite places to dine and drink around the country:
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Guide:Grab a rainbow flag, slip on your shades and celebrate the L.G.B.T.Q. community throughout the month of June. Though now viewed with revelry, pride parades began in 1970 as four individual protests in New York City, C...
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Everyone knows the Big Easy is big on booze. Most bars are open 24 hours a day, and it’s perfectly legal to take your drink with you when you leave an establishment. Just be sure to put it in a go-cup, which you can usually find by the door. Whether...
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If America’s idea of romance is Paris or Venice, then China’s is the canal city of Suzhou. Read more:
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We know San Francisco isn’t exactly known for its rooftop bar scene, but why nitpick when it comes to something as fun and, frankly, important, as drinking outside whilst also standing atop a building? Exactly. Without further ado, here’s a list you...
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When you’re taking a big trip to Europe, going to the beach might not be top of your to-do list. There’s so much culture to experience, old buildings to see, cheese to eat, wine to drink! Still, it’s perfectly possible to combine all that with a lit...
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