How to Fly With Food For Thanksgiving Dinner

If you’re headed to the airport later this week to celebrate Thanksgiving you’ll want to be careful about how you pack any goodies you plan on bringing along for the feast. The same TSA rules apply for Thanksgiving that do every other day, which means not every part of the meal can fly in your carry on.

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How to Fly With Food For Thanksgiving Dinner

If you’re headed to the airport later this week to celebrate Thanksgiving you’ll want to be careful about how you pack any goodies you plan on bringing along for the feast. The same TSA rules apply for Thanksgiving that do every other day, which means not every part of the meal can fly in your carry on.

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Tell Us Your Barcelona Travel Tips

Here in post-daylight-saving-time New York, it’s a good time to dream about a beach vacation. Let’s go to Barcelona, Spain’s second-biggest city, and visit its medieval buildings, lie on its beaches, walk through its surprisingly straight-gridded streets.

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Use This Trick to Not Forget Your Passport in the Hotel Safe

Hotel safes can be great for keeping things like your passport safe when you travel. They can also be great for helping you accidentally leave things like your passport and valuables in a hotel room.

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The Best Miami Travel Tips From Our Readers

“I use the term ‘Swamp Unicorn’ to describe us Miami Natives,” says reader maidus. “We’re magical creatures and are rare to find in a town that’s filled with some of the world’s biggest pricks that decide to come here and live ‘la vida loca’ and give this place a bad rep.” Hoo boy. People got feisty in the comment…

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Tell Us Your Best Miami Travel Tips

Miami! The Vice city, the CSI: city, the Hotline city, the Kourtney and Kim Take city. Home of Dave Barry, Tony Montana, and not actually Will Smith. I’m drivin’ here! That’s how Miamians talk. I’ve only been to Miami Beach and the Wynwood Art District, surrounded by my fellow yuppie hipsters. What did I miss? What’s…

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The Best Seoul Travel Tips From Our Readers

This week Hack Your City took the Seoul train to South Korea. We got great tips on the city from locals and frequent visitors, and we put just a few highlights below. First off, here’s a great map guide—I love when people draw on maps—to the traditional village of Bukchon, depicted here overlooking the city’s modern…

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Now U.S. Citizens Can Jump the Epically Long Customs Line in London

American travelers headed to London can now jump the customs line at Heathrow and use the electronic passport gates at the border, just like the locals. The gates were previously reserved exclusively for European citizens.

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Tell Us Your Seoul Travel Tips

This week, Hack Your City does it Gangnam style. We need your tips for visiting and living in the South Korean capital of Seoul. Right now, all we really know is that it’s a megacity that’s swallowed up its suburbs and neighboring towns, and that it’s the birthplace of K-pop. Well, we also know that one dance. Let’s…

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Why You Should Always Order Room Service Breakfast on Business Trips

By the end of this year I will have spent more than half of it traveling, most often staying in hotel rooms. So, I’ve developed a bit of a… routine. One of the first things I do when I check into a hotel room, after I immediately drink all the free water bottles (flight dehydration is real!), is fill out the door…

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