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A new at the Cartier Foundation in Paris has me wishing for a trip to France. I would love to see his stunning black-and-white images of youth culture in Mali in person. – Berit, senior editor
This traveler put Rajasthan on his to-go list just to take a . I can definitely see why. – Daniel, editor
A travel trend here to stay (I hope): fitness studios for yoga stretching, cardio, and showering located in airports across the U.S.A. Look out for at BWI and beyond. - Jeralyn, editorial director
I love The New Yorker Radio Hour podcast. This week was especially great for "," a story produced with the about the search for an unforgettable sandwich in Aleppo. This hit a personal note, because among the best things I've ever eaten on my travels was a chick pea soup in the Aleppo souk. Press play below to listen right now. – Pavia, CEO
This at London's Ham Yard Hotel is right up my alley. Known as shime kazari, the wreaths, which are adorned with good luck charms, are hung above entrances at New Year and are thought to keep misfortune and bad spirits away. – Berit
We recently ran a story about Trolltunga in Norway, dubbed the The Scariest Instagram Spot on Earth. This to capture a wedding on top of it. –Daniel
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