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Stefanie Payne
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I am a product development lead in NASA's human exploration deep space program at headquarters in Washington, DC. When I am not telling the story of human exploration in space, my focus is on writing about travel on Earth—with articles appearing in The Huffington Post, The Travel Channel, blogs for The National Geographic Society, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessInsider, IBTimes and more.
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08.16.2013

A Snow-Covered Adventure: Dog Sledding in Sweden’s Northern Regions
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My first taste of dog sledding came with a side of powerful joy — one that I can only imagine is equivalent flying a plane for the first time or winning a large sum of cash — yes, that joyful. In the Lapland wilderness of northern Sweden, I was al...
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08.19.2013

Sweden's ICEHOTEL: All the Cool Kids Are Doing It
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Every once and awhile you have the desire to stay at a hotel with a succeeding reputation. The world famous ICEHOTEL in northern Sweden is just one of those places, a hotel composed almost entirely of ice. It’s worth the jaunt too, to the Lapland Wil...
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07.11.2013

Exploring New Greek Cuisine From The Heart of Halkidiki
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They say that all people in Greece are governed by religion and tradition. The third governor is food. Eating is thought to cure everything. You have a cold? You must eat. Having relationship trouble? Eat! You will have no strength for tears on an em...
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07.02.2013

9 Ways to Experience Halkidiki, Greece: Where to Stay, Eat & Explore
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Traveling to the islands of Greece is by far the most popular way to experience the beaches on the Aegean Sea. But north of Santorini and Rhodes, you’ll find a new way to explore the beaches of Greece on the coasts of Halkidiki, the birthplace of Ari...
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06.27.2013

Where to Stay in Northern Greece: 7 Luxury Hotels to Call Home
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There are accommodations in every price range, offering every level of inclusion or abandon, at nearly every destination around the world. What makes a hotel stay outstanding instead of just good and fine is the level of attention to detail. At a mac...
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01.21.2013

Eat Your Luck | Prosperity Foods From Around the World
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Most cultures have eating traditions that are meant to bring good luck and prosperity to the beginning of each year. We aren’t too superstitious, so we think it’s okay to bend the rules and incorporate these ingredients into your menu throughout Janu...
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01.11.2013

The Algonquin Hotel | Midtown's Most Beloved Literary Landmark
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It was less than ten years ago that the Algonquin Hotel was officially designated a literary landmark. But for more than 100 years, this historic New York tradition has invited the creative and imaginative where drinks were made famous, where litera...
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12.08.2012

Science and Technology News with a Luxury Look and Feel
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By Stefanie Payne It used to be that if you wanted to gather the most up-to-date science and technology news, you would have to approach several resources to find it—archived university papers for scientific research studies; NASA.gov for...
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12.13.2012

What is Your Genetic Code For Food?
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The greatest unifying thread in all cultures is food. Sharing food is an integral part of preserving tradition. The meals that children are raised on will be remembered long after they and their parents are gone – the food shared at family holidays...
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12.13.2012

How To Find An Artisan Baguette in Paris
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There is a difference between styles of the classic French baguette. A fresh look at the most famous bread on earth, including: how to differentiate previously frozen from fresh, the artisan boulangeries that make them, the best time of day to buy, ...
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