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Find out where Condé Nast Traveler's editors went in 2014, and which destinations made the biggest impression.
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This year's crawl starts on the West Coast, then meanders east
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A look back at almost a century of classic and sometimes surprising wisdom from the great (and terrible) men of cinema
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Our resolution for the new year? Work less, travel more! And it’ll be an easy one to keep with this list of 2015’s hottest new destinations. After tapping our global network of more than 200 correspondents and engaging in some serious office debate, we present to you the 15 places that should be on every vacation wish list
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During the colder months, Thomas Jefferson's iconic Monticello shows a different (and less crowded) side.
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No one enjoys an airport line. Conde Nast Traveler’s Matt Hranek shares his top 10 tips for cutting through the crowd … without being a jerk.
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Leslie Carbone is the author of Slaying Leviathan: The Moral Case for Tax Reform (Potomac, 2009). Her writing has appeared in magazines including The Weekly Standard and The American Enterprise, in newspapers from The Philadelphia Inquirer to The San Francisco Chronicle, and on Web sites like BreakPoint and National Review Online. She has appeared on more than 200 radio and television talk shows, been quoted in national newspapers including The Wall Street Journal and USA Today, and spoken at venues across the United States from Tea Parties to college campuses, including Northwestern University, UCLA, and Cornell University. Ms. Carbone has served as Chief-of-Staff to the late Assemblyman Gil Ferguson of California, Executive Director of Accuracy In Academia, Director of Family Tax Policy at Family Research Council, Senior Writer at Koch Industries, Inc., and Speechwriter for former Secretary of Labor of the United States Elaine L. Chao.  She blogs at Remarkable Substitutes.  
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