A son’s first visit to Korea, his parents’ homeland

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  • A son’s first visit to Korea, his parents’ homeland

    A son’s first visit to Korea, his parents’ homeland

    Visiting Mom and Dad in their native South Korea, the writer discovers that Dad is actually quite the guide.

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  • A nationwide yoga festival to put you in touch with yourself

    A nationwide yoga festival to put you in touch with yourself

    The Wanderlust Festival, a celebration of yoga, health, music and more, keeps spreading.

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  • Shuffling off to Buffalo, where surprises await

    Shuffling off to Buffalo, where surprises await

    Once heavily industrial, then deeply depressed, Buffalo is awakening to a new vitality.

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HANDOUT PHOTO. The Day family holding up the entrance to Whispering Cave on a side hike on the Yampa River.

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ONANCOCK, VIRGINIA - The Charlotte Hotel & Restaurant, 7 North St., Onancock, VA 23417. (The Charlotte Hotel & Restaurant)

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RICHMOND, VA - MAY 4: Sunday brunch in the Jefferson Hotel’s Rotunda is a popular weekly event, in Richmond, VA seen here on May 4, 2014. (Photo by Zofia Smardz / The Washington Post)

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ROCHESTER, NY - MAY 8: The exterior of the Edward Harris House Bed and Breakfast in Rochester, NY seen here on May 8, 2014. It was originally built as a private home in 1896. (Photo by Becky Krystal / The Washington Post)

Bonjour, Edward Harris House

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HANDOUT IMAGE: A look at the interior of at Kitchen Suite guestroom at the Hyatt House Raleigh Durham Airport. (Photo by Alex Hayden via Hyatt House Raleigh Durham Airport) **HANDOUT IMAGE, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO TRADE, NO SALE, ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUCTION WITH THIS HYATT HOUSE LOCATION**

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Durham, N.C., May 3, 2014 -- An elegantly appointed seating area in the lobby of the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club. Photo by Zofia Smardz/The Washington Post.

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