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Sleeping out under the stars can be an amazing way to spend a vacation. Falling asleep under the stars over the ocean, however, can be downright magical.

The Grand Park Kodhipparu in the Maldives is already known for its luxury villas and views to die for, but this hotel has one thing that you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else: special nets that are suspended over the ocean. And yes, you can sleep on them.

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There’s nothing reasonable about NYC rent. On average, New Yorkers pay over $4,000 a month for a modest space, according to data pulled by RENT Café, an online apartment listing service. With the right salary and right apartment, you can get used to anything — but what would happen if you took one month’s rent and spent it on something else?

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating if fake alcohol caused the deaths of three American tourists in the Dominican Republic earlier this year.

From the start of April through the end of June, at least nine American tourists died while on vacation in the country, suffering heart or respiratory failure, according to The Cut.

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Take a walk on the beach at sunset, the waves gently washing up over the velvety sand, and you’ll know you’ve made it to San Diego. And with 70 miles of coastline, there’s a beach for everyone: surfers, dogs and those looking to just relax in the sun.

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It can be tough to stay in touch with family — busy lives and hectic schedules can get in the way of seeing each other as much as we'd like. That’s why family reunions can be so exciting, because they carve out dedicated time to spend with loved ones.

Organizing a family reunion can be challenging enough, so we’ve collected a list of the best destinations that help families to customize reunions with private parties, dining options, activities, and much more.

Olympia, Washington

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While there are great places to get afternoon tea here in the U.S., the quintessentially British tradition is best observed where it was invented. If a trip to London is on your horizon (and with so many great neighborhoods to discover, it should be), experts say you should consider booking during the shoulder season.

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In my fantasies, when I picture myself escaping the hustle of life on a remote island, I’m on a sun-drenched, white-sand beach surrounded by turquoise waters — you know, the Maldives. Maybe somewhere in the Caribbean. I’m not frolicking on a remote, rocky seashore, where the high temperature is about 50 degrees Fahrenheit, even in summer.

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A collective of mountain towns in the west is launching “Pledge for the Wild” this week. The campaign — which includes the cities of Bend, Oregon; Bozeman, Montana; and South Lake Tahoe, California — encourages visitors to donate $1 per hour they spend in nature to an environmental nonprofit.

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Travelers to Rome can have it all — a completely renovated five-star hotel and a location that’s steps from some of the ancient city’s most iconic landmarks.

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Two British tourists were amazingly unharmed after playing with a deadly blue-ringed octopus in Australia.

The two men, along with an unnamed friend, filmed themselves with the animal, News.com.au reported. One man put the small octopus on his friend’s arm to take a picture.

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