Allee Sangiolo

A Boston native and Washington, DC, resident, Allee has been growing her bucket list since she began working as an Interactive Producer for TravelChannel.com. When not playing with her Frenchie named Pearl, Allee can be found inputting destinations into Kayak.com in the hopes of finding a deal on a flight to visit friends or family -- she’s lucky enough to have couches to crash on in Boston, New Orleans, Miami, New York and more. No matter how far she goes or what incredible trips she takes, her favorite place on Earth will always be a little island off the coast of Massachusetts: Nantucket.

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Vacation Anxiety

It’s getting more and more difficult for American travelers to “unplug” and have a cellphone-and-tablet-free vacation, finds a new study released today by Intel and TNS. The study sheds light on the “deepening love affair” between Americans and their devices, revealing the emotional bond that many have with them. READ MORE

Today’s Daily Escape is from Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. Learn more »

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Today’s Daily Escape is from Canyon Point, Utah. Learn more »

Amangiri Spa

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Today’s Daily Escape is from Denali, Alaska. Learn more »

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Sailabration

What better way to show off your love for “the land of the free and the home of the brave” than with a visit to this weekend’s aptly named “Star-Spangled Sailabration” in Baltimore? Put on your American flag pants (or bowtie!) and scoot down to this weeklong festival, which commemorates the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 and the writing of every American’s favorite tune … “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

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Today’s Daily Escape is from Washington, DC. Learn more »

Ward War I Memorial

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By Troy Petenbrink

It’s official: The Hunger Games topped the $400 million mark over the weekend, making it one of the biggest blockbusters of all time. But the story doesn’t end on the big screen. Now you can experience where the Hunger Games were actually shot.

Hunger Games

The phenomenal success of The Hunger Games has launched a cottage industry in North Carolina, as multiple tours are now offered to allow the movie’s fans the opportunity to visit the Hollywood-envisioned world of Katniss, Peeta and the other Tributes. READ MORE

Today’s Daily Escape is from Kruger National Park, South Africa. Learn more »

Singita Lebombo Lodge

Photograph by Singita Game Reserves

Seattle

Still working out your 4th of July travel plans? You can do all the planning and packing and glowstick-buying in the world, but no “to-do” list can prevent cloudy skies and rain during your Independence Day celebration.

Never fear, we’ve got you covered. Travel Channel has teamed up with the long-term forecasting experts at weathertrends360 to bring you the best (and worst) places around the country to watch the fireworks. Topping our list for the very best cities are Denver, Phoenix, Addison, TX, San Francisco and Seattle. Check out which cities have the highest risk for bad weather … you may want to reconsider your plans.

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Today’s Daily Escape is from Cappadocia, Turkey. Learn more »

Goreme Adventure

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