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More Americans Move to This State Than Anywhere Else

Posted December 7th, 2015 at 12:53 pm (UTC-4)
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Florida is the state more Americans are moving to than anywhere else. The sunshine state, located at the southeastern tip of the United States, draws sizable numbers of retirees attracted by its balmy weather and low cost of living, but that’s not what’s drawing the largest group of movers — young people in their twenties […]

Take a Look at Most Instagrammed Locations in US

Posted October 23rd, 2015 at 9:12 am (UTC-4)
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In the United States, parks and geographic landmarks, such as the Grand Canyon in Arizona, are among the most Instagrammed locations in the United States. Busbud explored which locations are mentioned most on the photo-sharing app, which claims to have 300 million monthly users, and came up with a diverse list that includes everything from wineries […]

Popular US Cities that Hate Tourists Most

Posted September 2nd, 2015 at 6:00 am (UTC-4)
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Tourism might be a trillion-dollar industry in the United States but that doesn’t mean all Americans welcome tourists with open arms. For example, while excited visitors flock to New York City, the Big Apple doesn’t return their enthusiasm. Only Arlington, Texas, hates tourists more than New Yorkers, according to a study from Stratos Jets, a […]

25 Most Popular Places to Visit in US

Posted April 13th, 2015 at 4:23 pm (UTC-4)
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Big cities and quaint historic towns top the list of most popular places to visit in the United States, according to the travel site, TripAdvisor. New York, Chicago and Charleston, South Carolina were chosen as the top travel destinations in the United States by millions of TripAdvisor users who voted. New York topped the list […]

Here’s Where a Record Number of Americans Will Travel in 2015

Posted January 23rd, 2015 at 2:17 pm (UTC-4)
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Thanks to lower gas prices and a stronger dollar, Americans are expected to take a record number of international trips in the next couple of years, and more exotic locales such as Cuba and Myanmar are on their radar. Emerging from a recession that kept many grounded for the past few years, Americans are venturing […]

American Students Lag Behind in Study Abroad Programs

Posted November 19th, 2014 at 4:51 pm (UTC-4)
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For millions of students around the world, it’s the highlight of their college career: the opportunity to leave their campus for a semester to travel overseas and study abroad. However, fewer than 10 percent of American students take advantage of the chance to study in a foreign country. And that’s a concern, according to the […]