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Let's give the stunning, just-opened Golden Bridge at the Ba Na Hill Mountain Resorts a hand! (Sorry—the low hanging fruit was just too tempting.) The pedestrian bridge connects two cable car stations within the resort and, while it looks like those giant hands are keeping the bridge aloft, they're purely decorative. Head to the link in bio for the full story behind the bridge. 📸 @smashpop

If every summer day looked like this, we wouldn't spend every week counting down the days until Friday. 📸 @villacamilla

The Philippines are better known for amazing scuba diving than epic surfing, but Siargao Island in the southern part of the country has worldclass waves and a break for every level of surfer. And with palm forests, waterfalls, rock pools, and lots of opportunities for cliff jumping, there's plenty to do after your morning session. 📸 @lauraalycebell #travelerinphilippines

The #roomwithaview we are currently dreaming of. 🌊 📸@yolandaedwards

In southern Spain, the stunning hotel Parador de Ronda overlooks the Puente de Nuevo, the area's "new" bridge that was built when George Washington was president. And it’s not for those with a fear of heights...
📸 @peterjlindberg

We prefer to match our outfits with our sunbrellas. Who's with us? 🖐
📸 @lucylaucht

If there's one thing we've learned in our last few months of #CNTatSea, it's that some things are just better seen by water. One of those? French Polynesia, where editor @beccabeq learned that the most pristine islands—the ones you see in every South Pacific travel guide ever—are only reachable by boat, and that ocean sunsets and top-deck cocktails go hand-in-hand. See what we mean today on our Instagram Stories, and read @beccabeq's full story at the link in bio.
📸 @beccabeq

For peaceful, watercolor summer days, Italy always delivers. #TravelerInItaly

At @ranchland's Chico Basin Ranch, a working ranch in southeastern Colorado, you can learn to move herds, rope calves, and mend fences while also maybe doing your part to save the American West—and yourself. Writer @candice_rainey spent a week doing just that: "I thought I would go ride some horses which would be hilarious since I don’t know how to ride, and go home and write about that. Instead, I met the most incredible people @ranchlands who changed me in a lot of ways and made me realize I was capable of a lot more than I thought I was physically and mentally." Watch our Instagram Story today for a ranch tour from @kateloveshorses, and head to the link in bio for our full story. 📸 @chrischurchill

Toronto is often cast as the “nice” city, and not necessarily the “cool” one—but we think there's plenty cool about being one of the most welcoming cities in the world. More than 46 percent of the nearly three million-strong population is foreign-born, and their reception game is so strong that they refer to immigrants as “newcomers”. This bear hug of a welcome is central to what makes this city what it is: a true meeting ground of different cultures, cuisines, and faiths, a pluralist paradise up north. It's a city with a Little India, Chinatown, Greektown, Koreatown, Portugal Village, two Little Italys, and more than 150 spoken languages; a place where the Indigenous population is routinely celebrated, rather than overlooked. Our take? It’s time for all the other melting pots out there to start taking notes. Get our full to-do list at our brand new Toronto city guide, now live at the link in bio. 📸 @atiyyahkara

We like to dress the part, especially when in Paris. Head to the link in bio for our chicest sun hats to pack with you this summer—and save your skin when that last bottle of SPF runs out. 📸 @bei.bei.wei #roomwithaview

So many lakes, so little time. Sweden's lovely Lake Skären, just an hour and change northwest of Stockholm, is high on our must-swim list. Tell us what other lakes deserve a dip—and see our picks at the link in bio. 📸 @mspann

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