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Travel Apps That Help You Pack, Explore And Enjoy The Scenery

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Here goes nothing. A big jump over the Zambezi River in Africa. James Whatley/Flickr hide caption

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Wanted: Digital Bloodhounds For The Hotel Industry

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Neal Conan atop XL, a cross between a draft horse and a Morgan. He rode XL for two days, and Bruce the other three. Gretel Ehrlich/ hide caption

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This traveler got the pat-down treatment at Chicago's O'Hare Airport on Tuesday. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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On Opt-Out Day

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