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Priceline Offers Vacation Packages Based on 2017’s Top Movie Releases

Wouldn’t it be nice to travel the globe like a celebrity, visiting all the best places before the masses are clued into their fabulousness? Or conversely, making places fabulous simply by your presence there?

Well, we can’t offer you a ticket to instant celebrity. But we can provide you with some insight about where movie stars have been spending their time (at least during their work hours.)

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Quiet Beaches and Vibrant Nightlife: Get to Los Cabos With Miles

Quiet Beaches and Vibrant Nightlife: Get to Los Cabos With Miles

Los Cabos, a municipality in Mexico, is sometimes called the End of the Earth because of its location at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula. Its main settlements—the sleepy San Jose Del Cabo and the frenetic Cabo San Lucas—have their own distinctive personalities, offering visitors a wide variety of activities.

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Delta Adds Five Daily Flights Between Denver and Los Angeles

Starting on June 1, 2016, Delta will fly five times a day between Denver and Los Angeles. Although this is an important nonstop route for Delta’s corporate clients, it’s also a great addition for those traveling for pleasure. Denver’s ski slopes and Los Angeles’ sunny beaches are enough to entice visitors from either city.

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Alaska Airlines Is Flying From Orange County to Los Cabos

Alaska Airlines has been adding more and more routes to its lineup recently, so the carrier’s latest addition, a flight between Orange County and Los Cabos, comes as no surprise. Southern Californians get ready for nonstop action to the land of beaches, water sports and margaritas.

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American Airlines Adds Flights to Bermuda

American Airlines knows that pink sand beaches and exotic cocktails are in style. The carrier is adding six new weekly flights to Bermuda from New York’s Kennedy Airport. The new flights start on February 11, 2016, just in time for a Valentine’s Day beach getaway.

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Delta’s Seattle Hub Goes Orange

More than a few airlines have increased service to Orange County this year. It’s no surprise since the OC is California’s third biggest county, and a gateway to the area’s beautiful beaches and Los Angeles’ world famous attractions. Delta is now on board with this trend, adding four new daily flights into Orange County from its hub in Seattle.

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Fly to the Seychelles on an Award Ticket

Fly to the Seychelles on an Award Ticket

One of the nice things about having a large stash of frequent flyer miles is that you can dream about going almost anywhere in the world, and then actually do it. Travelers who love to collect points and miles end up going to some of the planet’s most far-flung destinations just because they can. The Seychelles, in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa, definitely rates as one of those distant destinations.

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Fly From Orange County to Puerto Vallarta on Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines’ new route from Orange County to Puerto Vallarta has gone live, with year-round service to the popular resort town. More than just fantastic beaches, Puerto Vallarta has a thriving culinary scene, bustling nightlife, nearby jungle adventures and a historic downtown that’s ready for you to explore.

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American Airlines Now Flying to Mérida From Dallas

American Airlines will be heading out to Mérida from Dallas starting on March 3, 2016. There will be five weekly nonstop flights to this vibrant and charming Mexican city, which offers a fascinating mix of Mayan heritage and European colonial influences.

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The Maldives: Clear Blue Waters, Relaxing Beaches and Luxurious Resorts

The Maldives: Clear Blue Waters, Relaxing Beaches and Luxurious Resorts

The Maldives is an archipelago of 26 coral atolls with over 1,000 islands. Only 200 of them are inhabited. They lie in the Indian Ocean, about an hour by plane from Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka. In the last 40 years, the Maldives has transformed from a virtually unknown British colony to one of the most popular travel destinations in the world.

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Sri Lanka: Bountiful Biodiversity and Tranquil Temples

Sri Lanka: Bountiful Biodiversity and Tranquil Temples

Sri Lanka, a small island nation located off the southern coast of India, is a land of cultural wonders and natural beauty. Despite its small size, the island has the highest biodiversity density in Asia, making it one of the top biodiversity hot spots in the world.

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The Classy Casinos and Beautiful Beaches of Aruba

The Classy Casinos and Beautiful Beaches of Aruba

Aruba is a favorite Caribbean destination because it’s not just beaches and sunsets. The island, located in the Lesser Antilles, has its share of those beautiful beaches, and plentiful water sports, but its attractions also include great shopping, dining and nightlife. If you’d like to visit a Caribbean island but you’re afraid you’ll be bored, Aruba is a good choice.

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Relax on the White Sands of Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach

Relax on the White Sands of Grand Cayman's Seven Mile Beach

One of the most famous stretches of sand in the Western Caribbean is Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman. There’s something magical about the powdery soft sand, even if it is really closer to five miles than seven. This coveted beach is great for sunbathing and as a jumping-off point for fishing, snorkeling and diving trips.

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Enjoy the Beautiful Beaches of the Philippines

Enjoy the Beautiful Beaches of the Philippines

The Philippines is comprised of over 7,000 islands, some of which are among the most magnificent in the world. Almost 90 percent of the islands are uninhabited, making the Philippines a hotbed of Asia’s ecotourism in its most pure and unadulterated form.

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Where the Frequent Flyer Gurus Go

Where the Frequent Flyer Gurus Go

As you talk with travelers who are hard-core frequent flyer fans, you’ll often hear recurring themes when it comes to vacation destinations. That’s because miles allow you to visit exotic places that you might never visit if you had to pay for the airline ticket out of pocket. Once you’ve unlocked the secret value of frequent flyer miles, you suddenly see new possibilities when planning trips. Here are a few places that most frequent flyer gurus have visited using their miles.

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Use Your Miles for a St. Thomas Vacation in the Caribbean

Use Your Miles for a St. Thomas Vacation in the Caribbean

When you’re looking for a Caribbean vacation, set your sights on St. Thomas. It’s one of the U.S. Virgin Islands just 1,100 miles southeast of Miami so it’s a snap for Americans to visit. Since the U.S. Virgin Islands (St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix) are a U.S. territory, American citizens don’t need a passport if traveling from the mainland or Puerto Rico.

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Buzios: Brazilian Beach Break

Buzios: Brazilian Beach Break

Buzios is a seaside resort town about three hours north of Rio de Janeiro. I go to Buzios every time I visit Rio, and my recent trip to Brazil for the World Cup was no exception. The town is picturesque and peaceful, even moreso after the hustle and bustle of the FIFA games.

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Bali: The Island of the Gods

Bali: The Island of the Gods

Bali is a tropical island in Indonesia with beautiful landscapes. Mountains, beautiful beaches and world-class diving make it a paradise for many travelers.

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Award Flights to the Bahamas

Award Flights to the Bahamas

The Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas is not a budget trip by any stretch of the imagination. The least expensive room will set you back at least $200 a night. These rooms are very basic. But you’re not going there to stay in your room. You are there to play in the water park or swim the private beaches and lagoons filled with tropical fish.

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Getting to the Pink Sands of Bermuda

Getting to the Pink Sands of Bermuda

Bermuda is a small island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean off the Eastern Seaboard. Because it has a subtropical climate, many people think it is part of the Caribbean. But it actually lies north of those islands. This British territory is perfect for a short getaway from east coast departure points. It’s just a two-hour flight from New York. Late spring or early fall are the best times to enjoy this archipelago.

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