Selina, the Hotel for Digital Nomads, Is Coming to the US

Think back to your last scroll through Instagram. You probably saw at least one perfectly curated green smoothie breakfast, an epic #magichour sunset, and some version of digital nomads living their best lives.

That last one is a zeitgeist moment Rafael Museri and his business partner Daniel Rudasevski are banking on. In 2014, the Israeli businessmen co-founded Selina, an international hospitality brand that caters to the increasingly popular digital nomad lifestyle—when people work remotely in the location of their choice—by incorporating everything a nomad may want and need into a space to stay. You could check into a boutique hotel room or hostel and find co-working spaces, yoga and meditation rooms, and plenty of like-minded travelers.

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Why Hilton Head Is the Best Island in the US

The islands of the continental United States are remarkable in their diversity, offering everything from golf to whale watching, five-star hotels, and quaint cottages. But one stood out above all the rest. For the third year in a row, Hilton Head, South Carolina, was voted the best island in the continental U.S. by Travel + Leisure readers in the World’s Best Awards.

Every year for our World’s Best Awards survey, T+L asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe — to share their opinions on the top cities, islands, cruise ships, spas, airlines, and more. Readers rated islands according to their activities and sights, natural attractions and beaches, food, friendliness, and overall value.

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These states have the highest concentration of fast-food restaurants in America

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It’s no secret that Americans love fast food.

In fact, research from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics shows that about one-third of those living in the United States eat fast food every single day. It isn’t a hard feat, considering there’s a McDonald’s in every major city in the country.

Recent research from Datafiniti looked into how many fast-food restaurants there are per capita in the US by extracting data on fast-food restaurant locations and then sorting them geographically to see which areas of the country have the highest concentration.

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The Ten Most Popular Dishes in the Country, According to Yelp

Spoiler alert: The country loves seafood.

So you picked a place to eat. Chances are, if you’re going out to dinner with a group, it took forever to come to a consensus. Some people want pasta, other people are gluten-free. The process almost takes the joy out of going out to eat. Once you did finally arrive at a restaurant, though, another challenge presented itself. You might have used Yelp to find the spot—if you trust reviews from the public—which takes some of the guesswork out of finding a restaurant with tasty food and good service. But now, what to order? Thanks to a new feature, released today, you can see what other people are enjoying, too.

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Take a nostalgic look at US National Parks tourism through the decades

Woman with Scarf at Inspiration Point, Yosemite National Park in California, 1980.

As well as showcasing beautiful and unique destinations all over the world, travel photography can often capture intriguing slices of history, offering insight into a nation’s culture at specific periods of time. One such example is “Sightseer”, an ambitious, wide-sweeping project that spans decades, taking viewers on a nostalgic journey through tourism at National Parks across the United States of America.

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