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Why This Mexican Town You Probably Haven't Heard of Is Worth a Visit for Day of the Dead
Instead of experiencing the holiday in Mexico City, go a little further off the beaten path for more intimate Noche and Dia de Muertos celebrations in Erongaricuaro.
New Space Hotel Taking Reservations for ‘Luxury Vacations That Are Literally Out of This World’
A three-and-a-half-day stay on the structure will reportedly set guests back $5 million.
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Off-Season Awesome in Big Sky, Montana
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This Abandoned Italian Prison Island Will Become A Mediterranean Vacation Spot
Would you consider a vacation to the Italian version of Alcatraz? Officials in Italy have plans to renovate a centuries old prison on a deserted island and turn it into a tourist destination.
Haunted Dybbuk Box Won on eBay Caused New Owner ‘Tidal Wave of Bad Luck’
“All I knew is I got this thing, and I got very ill. I don't know what happened. I still don't know,” he said.
This Jail is One of Louisiana’s Most Haunted Sites
Some of the inmates never left this haunted jail in western Louisiana, and it turns out their warden may have remained in order to keep them in line.
10 Products That'll Hide Your Valuables When You Travel
Thieves won’t even look twice at these everyday products that are actually concealing your cash, credit cards and hotel room keys.
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