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The Easiest and Hardest Languages to Learn (Infographic)

Languages of the World Photo via Shutterstock Looking to learn a new language? Perhaps you're torn between a semester in Spain versus a semester in Turkey

20 Photos Of Africa That Aren't Just Trees Or Sunsets

This is, apparently, what everyone thinks Africa looks like.

News flash: It doesn't. And because we're nearing summer when our minds are getting all wanderlust-y, we thought we'd take this opportunity to show you some other equally-if-not-mor...

18 ways you're driving flight attendants insane

Yoga in the aisle is a definite no-no.

Neverlands: The Enchanting Destinations of 11 Fantasy Epics

Definitive guidebook and friendly tour-guide to the world's most wondrous places. Travel tips, articles, strange facts and unique events.

The official unofficial insider's guide to SF's Chinatown

Shrimp and chive dumplings, unlimited coffee refills, Chuck Norris, and Chinese whiskey.

Things you have to explain to people who've never worked in a theme park

The kingdom is not so magical when you're one of the people who works there.

Essential Guide: Lost Cities

Definitive guidebook and friendly tour-guide to the world's most wondrous places. Travel tips, articles, strange facts and unique events.

100 free things to do in San Francisco

From Anchor Brewery tours and lawn bowling, to disc golf and museums inside of bars.

The 25 most beautiful college campuses in America

Unless your alma mater appears on our list, these dream schools will make the college you went to look like a dump.

9 Eco-Luxury Safari Lodges Around the World

If you\'re looking for a comfortable adventure, try one of these luxury safari lodges, which artfully combine sustainable design, natural elements and moder

32 Things You Should Know About Epcot

Happy birthday to Epcot, the only place where you can drink in 11 countries without ever leaving Florida. In honor of its 32nd birthday yesterday, we rounded up 32 facts about Walt Disney’s vision for the future.

Photo Essay: Hidden gems in the Taiwanese countryside -

VeloNews' Chris Case travels to Taiwan and discovers some of the most stunning riding in country's mountainous jungles

11 secrets of Disney California Adventure

From a secret, members-only lounge with a martini cart to A SECRET, MEMBERS-ONLY LOUNGE WITH A MARTINI CART.

Atlas Obscura's 20 Most Incredible New Places of 2014

It's been another amazing year of discovery at Atlas Obscura, from a handmade amusement park in an Italian forest to an eerie island temple supposedly...

24 Things You Don't Understand About Alameda (Unless You're From There)
Like how you can stand in San Francisco while simultaneously standing in Alameda...
Where to Travel This Year, According to Your Astrological Sign
Photo by Thomas O’Brien

Like me, you may have made a habit of checking your weekly (or daily) horoscope. Sure, it’s fun to see when Mercury is in retrograde, or when you should ask for a raise, or exactly how you should approach a sticky situation with a friend or family member. But if you trul...
Steilneset Memorial
The people murdered during a 17th-century Norwegian witch hunt have been honored with a pair of stark, modern installations
13 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Golden Gate Park
Wait, the park has 10 lakes? Like, Stow Lake, Spreckels Lake, and EIGHT more???
19 Spots Actually Worth Going to in SF's Japantown

Because how else would you know where to find live-action room-escape games and Japanese pregnancy tests???

Inside the largest Buddhist settlement in the world

The Larung Gar Buddhist Academy in China is the largest Buddhist settlement in the world The secluded location is situated 370 miles from Chengdu and has grown dramatically since its creation TVs are banned, and the huts of monks and nuns are segregated by a winding road through the middle Among the green rolling hills in the Larung Gar Valley in China, the last thing you would expect to see in the countryside are thousands of red wooden huts that have been built in a massive cluster.

18 Bay Area Public Transit Hacks

San Franciscans love to complain about the sorry state of our public transportation -- and for good reason. Who doesn't have a BART or Muni horror story? And while these 18 tricks to dominating Caltrain, BART, Muni, and the confusing Clipper Card system won't fix all your public transportation woes, they'll at least make getting around suck a little bit less.

America's 20 Most Popular National Parks, Ranked

For many of us living in big cities, the sad truth is that the only time we remember there are parts of this great nation not covered in condos and fast-casual restaurants is when we're Instagramming them from 36,000 feet.