The $415 million SLS Las Vegas opened on schedule at midnight on Aug. 23. Located on the far north end of the Strip, the hotel's 1,620 rooms are situated in three renovated towers that were built in three different decades at the former Sahara, which closed in 2011. Story »
South Korea's hyper-efficient capital doesn't immediately spring to mind when you think of exotic Asian destinations. But this megacity offers much to tempt travelers beyond a layover from the ultramodern international airport in nearby Incheon. Story »
Tired of sharing your travel pics one by one? UrbanBird lets you upload your photos and makes a map of your vacation that includes geographical information you can share with your friends on Facebook during or after the trip. Story »
The percentage of seats filled on passenger planes — known as the load factor — continues to climb, making the likelihood of sitting next to an empty seat almost nil. But airlines say they are packing us in out of necessity, not greed. Story »
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Bill Roome of Mililani got a comfortable bed and directions to a great seafood restaurant while staying in Puerto Piramides, Argentina, in May. He spent five days kayaking along the Puerto Piramides coast where he photographed elephant seals, sea lions, dolphins, penguins and the occasional ostrich.
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