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Lithuania now has the euro: Here are 11 ways to spend it

Lithuania now has the euro: Here are 11 ways to spend it

From bright orange bicycles to baroque book stores, the former Soviet state has plenty of ways to part visitors from their new cash
Celebrating Elvis at Denmark’s King-size Graceland

Celebrating Elvis at Denmark’s King-size Graceland

Giant Scandinavian replica feeds fans’ Elvis hunger with memorabilia and peanut butter, bacon and banana sandwiches
CNNGo in Bali: Legends, cocktails and an amazing pig roast

CNNGo in Bali: Legends, cocktails and an amazing pig roast

The locals show us there's more to Indonesia's top tourist island than those world-famous beaches
World's most luxurious 'dragon' hunt

World's most luxurious 'dragon' hunt

Dragons, restaurants made of sand and more cold towels than an ice hotel -- it can only be Indonesia's most deluxe Komodo cruise
iReport: Beautiful snapshots of Reykjavik, Iceland

iReport: Beautiful snapshots of Reykjavik, Iceland

We asked and we received -- iReporters have sent us their best images of Reykjavik. Here are the most eye-catching
Beautiful photos of deserted London

Beautiful photos of deserted London

CNN cameraman Woj Treszczynski captured these haunting images of London's deserted streets on Christmas morning
Brisbane: A guide to one of the world's most livable cities

Brisbane: A guide to one of the world's most livable cities

Australia's third-largest city is emerging from the shadows of Melbourne and Sydney
Himalayas' future is warmer, not necessarily brighter

Himalayas' future is warmer, not necessarily brighter

Recent deadly mountain incidents have created concern about climate change in Nepal
51 biggest travel stories of 2014

51 biggest travel stories of 2014

From a year that's been everything from unpredictable to bizarre to catastrophic, these are the most memorable travel stories
Sleeping in caves: Italy's 'spiritual' hermit hotels

Sleeping in caves: Italy's 'spiritual' hermit hotels

They've been refuges for pilgrims, prostitutes and peasants. Now Italy's cave hotels offer a more upscale escape from modernity