Qatar’s capital offers a bit more authenticity and lots of new infrastructure.

  • Jolene Latimer
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Enormously popular Clearwater is much more built up.

  • Diane Daniel
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The two hotels offer different styles, different price points and different views of the national park.

  • Erika Mailman
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Treat yourself to a fascinating look at the capital of the British Empire and its maritime history.

  • Will Hawkes
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One of the oldest neighborhoods in the city retains its charm.

  • Debra Bruno
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Instead of crowded Lake Bled, try the serene plateau that houses Europe’s largest shepherds’ settlement.

  • Michael Hingston
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The remote destination offers similarly spectacular vistas and hikes, and a location near Scenic Byway 12.

  • Laura Randall
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The road around the bay is dotted with medieval villages and family-friendly beaches.

  • Erin E. Williams
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In the area around the Mexican state’s capital, you’ll find stark beauty, art and adventures.

  • Erin E. Williams
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The university town is less crowded and more laid-back than the bustling capital.

  • Nina B. Lichtenstein
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The western part of Mount Desert Island is less commercial and just as scenic.

  • Lani Furbank
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Canyon de Chelly has scenic views and ancient dwellings as well.

  • Heather Balogh Rochfort
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The port town on the southernmost tip of the country offers plenty of beaches and outdoor ad�ven�ture.

  • Michele Chabin
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The institution is a good alternative — or complement — to the home where the Frank family hid.

  • Nancy Nathan
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The Southern Food and Beverage Museum allows you to experience Nola traditions in a more genteel atmosphere.

  • Laura Randall
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You’ll see the same animals and just as spectacular views among fewer people. Plus glaciers.

  • Rachel Walker
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