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48 Hours in New Orleans

48 Hours in New Orleans

If you were to describe New Orleans as a woman, you’d most likely say she is exquisitely beautiful but slightly past her prime; someone clearly experienced in the ways of the world and possessed of a certain come-hither decadence who is not to be underestimated. There’s a sense of the…

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48 Hours in Miami

48 Hours in Miami

If the eyes are the windows to the soul, Miami is the window to pastelitos, coladas and the good life. Between its amazing year-round weather, its abundant opportunities for recreation and access to the hottest shopping, cuisine, nightlife and people, it is a bon vivant’s dream destination. This is the type of…

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48 Hours in Washington, D.C.

48 Hours in Washington, D.C.

Known primarily as a city of politicians and bureaucrats, Washington, D.C. often gets a bad rap. But after living in the US capital for seven years, The HUNT Washington, D.C. writer, Cori Sue Morris, has watched the District grow, and can tell you that everything she loves about the place…

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48 Hours in Paris

48 Hours in Paris

It wouldn’t be difficult to write a lengthy novel on reasons to fall in love with Paris. One of the city’s greatest traits is the way it opens up and allows you to discover what’s to love about it on your own. Surprisingly smaller than you might expect, it’s easy…

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48 Hours in Seattle

48 Hours in Seattle

It’s been said that Seattle, like Rome, is defined by seven hills. A stretch perhaps, but in the 15 years that HUNT Seattle writer Jenise Silva has lived there, she’s witnessed a dizzying number of events that have helped shape the town from the  WTO protests in 1999, the first…

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48 Hours in Hong Kong

48 Hours in Hong Kong

From admiring the soaring skyscrapers to strolling in historic streets, from discovering galleries and unique boutiques to lazing on a junk boat, different things await you every day in Hong Kong. By day follow hiking trails that lead to white sandy beaches, villages on stilts or ancient monasteries, and by…

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48 Hours in Berlin

48 Hours in Berlin

In many ways, Berlin defies description. It has never been the prettiest or most polished European city, and yet it has easily enchanted so many – not just today, but in many generations past. When David Bowie moved to Berlin in the late 1970s to record what would be some…

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48 Hours in New York City.

48 Hours in New York City.

There’s no other city in America more magnificent, luminescent and grandiose than New York City. There’s a bold, ambitious drive that allows groundbreaking ideas and yellow cabs to speed ahead. Nothing seems to faze New Yorkers: not the tight quarters, not the noise pollution, not even the G train ….

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48 Hours in Bangkok

48 Hours in Bangkok

Bangkok – the name explodes off the tongue, filling the mind with steamy images of the Thai capital. Even the most jaded traveler will be humbled by the sheer density and volume of this metropolis; the population is somewhere near 10 million – no one knows precisely. But one thing…

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48 Hours in Toronto

48 Hours in Toronto

Though HUNT Toronto writer Amanda Scriver has traveled the world, Toronto is the only place she calls home. The largest city in Canada, it’s a vibrant place, populated with residents who are huge on supporting local in a big way: you’ll no doubt notice bars and restaurants touting their use…

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