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Brazil — Boasting wonders as diverse as the Amazonian rainforest, Iguazu Falls, the beaches of Bahia, and sultry Rio, Brazil is both geographically stunning and culturally fascinating. This melting pot of European and African immigrants and indigenous South Americans is the birthplace of Bossa Nova, caipirinhas, and the samba, not to mention the world’s wildest Carnaval celebration.

Why Go

For the jaw-dropping Amazon and Iguazu Falls, beaches, babes, bikinis, and Carnaval celebrations.

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Foodie Friday: American-Themed Diners Around the World

March 28, 2014 by Alex Schechter

Stuck forever in the era of boat-sized convertibles, Elvis memorabilia, and red-checkered tablecloths, these American-themed diners offer a nostalgic ride into ‘ ... Read More »

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American-Themed Diners Abroad

March 27, 2014

Tokyo: In American fashion, Baker Bounce serves up its burgers and fries with a drink rarely seen in Japan: root beer. Read More »

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The 20 Most Expensive Tourist Visas for Americans

March 24, 2014 by Tommy Burson

Many countries charge entrance fees to foreign visitors – including the U.S.. When the U.S. decides to hike up prices for foreign tourists entering the country, ... Read More »

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12 Carnivals Around the World in Photos

March 05, 2014

The most prized throw at Mardi Gras in New Orleans is the Zulu Coconut, known as the Golden Nugget. Read More »

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Beyond Iguazu Falls, a Laidback, Less-Expensive Brazil

October 16, 2013 by Laura Motta

Far from the Equator and the humid jungles of northern Brazil lies Parana Province. While many tourists only venture this far south to take in a single, ... Read More »

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