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See Inside One Of The Most Expensive Airbnb’s in America That Costs $2,500 Per Night

Most people look to Airbnb for unique, affordable housing options when they travel. Some on the other hand might look for something extravagant that they can splurge on for a night or two. I did some research to find the most expensive Airbnb listings in the United States, and there are some seriously incredible places … Read more

10 Travel Apps That Make Trip Planning Painless

With a rising number of savvy apps to take the pain out of trip planning, it’s never been easier to plan your next vacation or road trip. Keep these essential planning and booking apps on your phone for smoother, cheaper travel as you watch them change the way you anticipate travel forever. 10 Travel Apps … Read more

Kellie and Ben Interviewed a Couple Who Are Traveling The World Completely Naked and We Have So Many Questions

On a recent episode of “Pickler and Ben,” Kellie and Ben interviewed Lins and Nick, a couple who have completely embrace the nudist lifestyle– and it was super weird. The couple video conferenced in for the interview, and to Kellie’s surprise, they were completely naked for that, too. “Oh wow, are y’all naked now??” she … Read more

7 of the Weirdest/Coolest Restaurants in the South

It’s easy to find a restaurant with good vibes and delicious food, but if you’re looking for a dining experience that’s a little, well, out there, then look no further. We’ve put together a list of some of the strangest/coolest/weirdest restaurants in the South, and you’re going to want to try them all. 7 of … Read more

7 of the Creepiest Abandoned Theme Parks in the USA

Sorry, folks, these parks are closed – forever. Once upon a time, children and adults enjoyed these roller coasters, waterslides, and ferris wheels, but one day the music died, the lights turned off, and nature began reclaiming her territory, leaving behind overgrown ruins twisting around those same roller coasters and ferris wheels. You’ll notice in … Read more

You Can Rent This Barn From “Fixer Upper” On Airbnb For $544 Per Night

Now that we’ve heard the news that “Fixer Upper” is ending after season 5, we’re trying to soak in all the Chip and Joanna we can get. As it turns out, there’s a few of the houses Chip and Joanna have fixed up on the show that you can rent on Airbnb for a decent … Read more

8 Road Trips You Need to Take This Fall

The autumn months are an ideal time to hit the road. Temperatures are mild, kids are back in school and the highways — for the most part — are less crowded. These eight trips that combine gorgeous scenery with cultural attractions, happening cities and towns, and plenty of things to do. So gas up the … Read more

7 Incredible Shipwrecks off the United States’ Coast that are Visible from Land

I didn’t realize it was possible to see an old shipwreck without scuba diving until I was traveling in Oregon a couple of years ago and had the opportunity to see the Peter Iredale shipwreck. It got me wondering what other shipwrecks are visible from land. I love adventure and history, but scuba diving just … Read more

Vacationer Tweets 24 Hours Of Hurricane Irma From Her Resort In The Carribean

Adrianna Prosser was vacationing in the Dominican Republic when she heard Hurricane Irma, a storm bigger and more powerful than Hurricane Harvey, was headed straight for her resort at Punta Cana. The storm (which is larger than France) was too fast to allow evacuation, so all she could do was hunker down and wait out … Read more

8 Super Cool and Creepy Abandoned Places in the Midwest You Can Visit

“Out with the old and in with the new,” that’s the saying that comes to mind when I see once beautiful buildings transformed into decaying ruins. There’s something intriguing and awe-inspiring, (if not a bit creepy), about walking the grounds of these ruins and wondering what stories their crumbling walls could tell. If you like … Read more

7 Must-See Wild West Ghost Towns in the USA

The term “ghost town” has an ominous tone, but most of the ghost towns in the United States used to be mining towns that boomed quickly then died out when the mines dried up and the townspeople left in search of better luck elsewhere.The dilapidated buildings and ruins of these towns serve as a living … Read more

Tanzania’s Underwater Hotel Belongs On Your Bucket List

I doubt the Tanzania coast is on your bucket list. Most tourists go inland on safari in West Africa, but there is a new attraction that demands your attention offshore, The Manta Resort: a three-story floating suite with crystal clear views of the coral reef and Milky Way. Now this is how you do the … Read more