Oliver Lodge and 5 more locations15 Jan.
These quirky pointed-roof chalets were big in the mid-20th century, especially in ski towns, where steeply slanted roofs served a real purpose: shedding snow. Nowadays, you can still find these old-school A-frames, and, thankfully, many have been updated with modern fixings.
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You can travel on a small budget or a large one. The trick is in the planning.
The right gear makes adventuring safe, easy, and fun. But there’s a downside to traveling with a bunch of nice stuff: it’s far more likely to attract unwanted attention and perhaps get stolen. Or lost.
If the word “hostel” reminds you of backpacking through Central America as a twentysomething, think again. A new breed of affordable shelter for travelers has arrived in North American adventure towns, with great rates, comfortable beds, and hotel-li...
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#1: Don't pay for too many things in advance.
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Our resident finance expert shares her two cents.
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