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48 Hours in Austin

48 Hours in Austin

Austin has long beckoned creative souls, musicians and offbeat misfits. But in the past few years, its appeal has extended to techies, indie filmmakers and foodies, too. It’s a mix that elsewhere might struggle to find common ground — not so in Austin. A blend of Southern hospitality and earthy…

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The Best Indie Movie Theaters Across the U.S.

The Best Indie Movie Theaters Across the U.S.

Who doesn’t love a night at the movies? As great as a bucket of buttery popcorn and an action flick can be, these indie cinemas across the U.S. are raising the bar on the moviegoing experience. Atlantic Plumbing Cinema – Washington, D.C. Atlantic Plumbing Cinema. Image courtesy of the venue….

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The Top Breakfast Spots in Sydney

The Top Breakfast Spots in Sydney

Cornersmith. Image courtesy of the venue. With so much swimming and walking to do, Sydneysiders need their breakfast, and there are plenty of cafés that serve up the most important meal of the day made with quality ingredients like hand-blended muesli and free-range eggs to just-picked spinach. And it all…

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48 Hours in Los Angeles

48 Hours in Los Angeles

“Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles,” Frank Lloyd Wright once wrote. It’s true that LA can feel like a wonderful collection of everything that’s great about the US, while at the same time resembling absolutely no other place in the country….

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Shiver-Inducing Haunts Around the World

Shiver-Inducing Haunts Around the World

Happy Halloween! To celebrate, our city guide authors from around the world have rounded up the spookiest, creepiest haunts in their cities. From ghost sightings at hotels to mummified serial killers, here are a few places for you to visit on this All Hallows’ Eve. Chicago For spine-tingling thrills in…

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The Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

The Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

The U.S. capitol is way more than a government town of politicians and bureaucrats – there’s historic neighborhoods, engaging museums, restaurants run by world-class chefs and a vibrant scene of entrepreneurs running boutiques, multi-concept shops and pop-ups. So where should you stay when you swing into The District? We think…

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Where to Drink in Bangkok

Where to Drink in Bangkok

Despite its reputation as a freewheeling capital of carnality, most late-night haunts in Bangkok are technically required by law to close their doors at midnight. On the other hand, “clubs” can go until 2am, and though you can for sure find sordid debauchery without looking very hard, here are a…

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The Top 5 Music Venues in Berlin

The Top 5 Music Venues in Berlin

When people ask The HUNT Berlin writer Hilda Hoy why she loves living in Berlin, her first reason is that there’s so much going on here: you could truly go out any and every night of the week and always have a fantastic time. Music is a prominent dish in…

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Melbourne’s Glitiziest Cocktail Spots

Melbourne’s Glitiziest Cocktail Spots

Melbourne certainly has no lack of a nightlife — with numerous bars, pubs and other niche watering holes peppered around the city and the inner suburbs, everyone has their local and earmarks for a night out. But The HUNT Melbourne writer Amelia Chia’s preferred wind-down spaces are usually dim, stylish…

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Sydney’s Secret Beaches

Sydney’s Secret Beaches

Sydney is home to some of the famous beaches in the world – from Bondi to Manly to Palm Beach, where Australia’s most-watched drama, Home and Away, is set. All are worth visiting, but they can get crowded. So, when I feel like having more than a square meter of…

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