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20 great bike rides

20 great bike rides May 7th, 2010 at 2:00PM: For many travelers, the default mode of transport is a plane or a car, but they're certainly not the only options. Have you ever considered adding a bicycle ride to your next trip? Riding a bike has a number of advantages over other forms of transportation. You'll move slower, no doubt, but with that slowness comes an increased awareness of your surroundings, a chance to get some fresh air and...

GadlingTV's Travel Talk 007: How to build an Igloo, end of Cuban travel ban?, business model of Somali pirates & more!

GadlingTV's Travel Talk 007: How to build an Igloo, end of Cuban travel ban?, business model of Somali pirates & more! Mar 31st, 2010 at 5:00PM: GadlingTV's Travel Talk, episode 7 – Click above to watch video after the jump Ever wanted to build an igloo? We're savoring the end of the snow season by taking you to the Sierras to show you how! This week we'll also discuss the White House's second attempt to nominate a TSA Director, why Cuba is developing faster than ever, the business model behind the Somali pirate...

The Best Places to Party over Labor Day Weekend

The Best Places to Party over Labor Day Weekend Aug 27th, 2007 at 2:30PM: It's the last long weekend in a long, long time. The weather is warm, the leaves are still green, and you're not swamped with schoolwork (yet). This Labor Day is definitely the time to get away with the buddies and have a good time. Here, we list some popular options that involve the three key ingredients to a great holiday weekend: sun, skin, and summer celebrations. The Lake: Lake Tahoe and...

Baikal by Boat

Baikal by Boat Jul 14th, 2007 at 12:14PM: It's been a long time since we've posted about Siberia's Lake Baikal here on Gadling and so I was therefore pleased to run across an article about my favorite lake in last Sunday's New York Times. Unlike prior articles, and unlike my own trip to the lake four years ago, New York Times journalist Steven Lee Myers decided to explore the deepest lake in the world in the most natural way possible; by...

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