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Houston: Home of NASA

by Steven Thursday - last edited Thursday

Houston: Home of NASA

Until Virgin Galactic launches into the cosmos on its first scheduled flight next year, one of the best immersive experiences for outer space enthusiasts is Space Center Houston, home of NASA.

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Beyond Detroit: Ann Arbor

A short drive from Detroit, Ann Arbor is one part student town, one part historical district and one part cultural hub. From catching a big game at the Michigan stadium to soaking up some melodic jazz at one of the many late night bars, there are plenty of things to keep you busy when visiting Ann Arbor.

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Over-The-Rhine: A Guide To German Cincinnati

When German immigrants settled in Cincinnati's Over-The-Rhine area in the 19th century, they helped create one of America’s first boomtowns. With them, the new inhabitants also brought new perspectives and attitudes towards the arts, culture and architecture, which ultimately shaped what is known today as German Cincinnati.

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Hiking in the Cairngorms

Whoever said that less is more has never set foot in the Cairngorms National Park. Situated in the heart of the Scottish highlands, it’s twice the size of Scotland’s sister park, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, and a whopping 40% bigger than the Lake District. Especially for active types, take a look at our guide to hiking in the Cairngorms.

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Dos Toros Taqueria: The best street food in New York

New Yorkers are discerning, dollar-savvy, and admittedly spoiled. For this reason, most New York restaurants close within the first year. So how did Dos Toros Taqueria manage to buck the trend and become a runaway success? We caught up with Dos Toros founders, Leo and Oliver Kremer to find out where they go for the best street food in New York.

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The Top Five Charlotte Wineries

by SCrosland Tuesday - last edited Tuesday

Top 5 Charlotte Wineries

When it comes to fine wines, travellers tend to head west to California’s coast or the hills of Washington State. But the Southeast U.S. has a growing grape scene with a variety of vineyards dotting the rural areas around Charlotte. At these five Charlotte wineries you’ll find award-winning varietals and gorgeous vineyard views, all paired with the region’s signature Southern charm.

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