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To attend the L.A. show, she waited months for tickets and stood in line for hours. And she’d do it all again.

Tips include be flexible and patient; follow the dress code; leave your phone behind; and clap and cheer.

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To attend the L.A. show, she waited months for tickets and stood in line for hours. And she’d do it all again.

From Dublin to Cork, artisanal hard cider is ubiquitous on the Emerald Isle.

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Funny signs from around the world

Readers sent in photos of humorous signs from their travels.

Traveling to Rio for Carnival or the Olympics? Here’s what you should know about Zika virus.

Next week, thousands of visitors are expected to travel to Rio de Janeiro for Rio Carnival.

For an offbeat museum experience, have a slumber party with penguins in San Francisco

After the daytime visitors have left, California Academy of Sciences reopens for the second shift of explorers.

Bargains include Boston hotel stays, European River cruises and African safaris.

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Baggage fees are more complicated than ever — so don’t get left holding the bag.

In 1965, David Summers’s father brought him there on a sabbatical, and he hadn’t returned since.

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With lakeside strolls and a sophisticated food scene, Burlington is the perfect locale for some R&R.

The Canadian dollar is about 70 cents to $1 U.S., making a ski trip a lot more affordable.

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A proposed amendment to an FAA bill would direct the federal government to set seat-size standards.

Some boutique hotels have decided that the utilitarian elevator is a fine place to have bit of fun.

The Post's travel writers and editors discuss your travel stories, questions, gripes and more.

The area’s stunning variety of walks came with an unexpected bonus — surprisingly personal conversations with complete strangers.

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Bargains include discounted hotels in NYC, low airfare to Atlanta and a “Downton Abbey” package in London.

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Next week, legislators are expected to consider a hefty FAA bill, representing the best opportunity to upgrade the flying experience in four years.

A four-state tour of the South: Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana.

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The journey is not its own reward — the memorable meal is.

  • Debra Bruno
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A week-long tour features chateaus, Alps, vineyards and a key-snatching St. Bernard.

  • Esha Chhabra
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Portugal’s Madeira, off the North African coast, offers inn-to-inn hiking on remote, high-elevation paths.

  • Stephen Nash
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Expedia survey digs into the heart of travel and romance — and hook-ups.

The hotel tell-all site Oyster.com announced its editors’ choice awards, broken into 33 categories including “secluded romance,” “cave” and “working farm.” Here are some of the highlights.

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