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This blind and deaf backpacker is traveling the world

Tony Giles journeyed from the U.S. to Zambia to Israel. Alone.

Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should honeymoon in Israel

From romantic dinners to beachside sunsets, we've got the royal couple's personal itinerary all planned out.

How to make a vacation better after it’s over

Trips end, but memories last a lifetime. And how you remember has a lot to do with this quirk in your brain.

This site takes the hassle out of booking ski trips – and makes it less expensive

Online travel agency WeSki finds cheap rates, gathers your friends and simplifies planning.

Next up for takeoff: Uber for airplanes?

You might soon be buying flights on custom electric jets for the price of a bus ticket.

This architect wants to build an underwater hotel in the Red Sea

See the first illustrations of Daniel Libeskind's unconventional plan to transform a southern Israel resort town.

Hawaii artists take their street art global

From Massachusetts to the Mediterranean, public murals serve as backdrop for cultural exchange of ideas.

The next restaurant from Michael Solomonov is ... in an airport

James Beard Award-winning chef gives new meaning to the word 'airfare.'

Conan made secret stop at bizarre University of Alabama souvenir shop in Jerusalem

A Harvard grad, the late night host had some fun at a store dedicated to celebrating one of America's top college football teams.

The fascinating mind of Louise Bourgeois is now on display

Works from the renowned French-American artist, who died in 2010, make up a new exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

A town where Einstein once lived has become a prime selfie spot

Tourism officials in Bern, Switzerland, just erected 4 statues that honor the world's favorite genius.

7 offbeat things Conan O'Brien should do when he’s in Israel

Instead of the usual tourist spots, the late night host would feel right at home at these unique locales – including a goat farm.

Watch as remote tribe members in Siberia piece together their heritage

A genealogy company travels deep into the tundra to preserve the family history of the Nenets people.

Why we wish we were sitting on a Tel Aviv beach right now

From great waves to relaxing sunsets, we round up 6 reasons you should be grabbing your passport and a swimsuit.

5 reasons you need to visit this Mediterranean beach town

The coastal Israeli city of Netanya offers breathtaking views ... and a beach elevator.