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Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Michael Vlamis

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Vacationing in Argentina this past Christmas was special for Michael Vlamis because it was the first trip he paid for himself. "Up until then, the only time I traveled was because of work or on family vacations," he says. "As an actor starting out, you're a slave to the Hollywood system, but my (CW series) 'Roswell, New Mexico' gave me the ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Sam Trammell

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In his latest film, "Breakthrough," Sam Trammell ("True Blood," "This Is Us," "The Reckoning") portrays a doctor who is trying to revive a child who no one believes can survive. The actor, 50, also is one of the stars of the Showtime series, "Homeland." Trammell resides in Encino, California. Fans may stay in touch with him via Instagram (...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Marta Milans

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"I absolutely believe that moms are total superheroes," says Marta Milans, who portrays foster mom Rosa Vasquez in the feature film, "SHAZAM!" "My mom is definitely one of them, so it was easy for me to encapsulate her essence when playing the role of Mamma Rosa." A native of Spain, the actress has called New York City home for the past 16 years...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Stephen Marley

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Grammy Award-winning musician Stephen Marley has many memories of performing with his family. But one of his favorites was when he traveled to Zimbabwe with his father, the late reggae icon, Bob Marley. "It was really eye opening," says Marley, whose latest EP is "One Take: Acoustic Jams." "I was probably about 9 years old. My brother, Ziggy, ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Tablo of Epik High

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The first Korean group to ever perform at Coachella, Epik High is touring to promote its critically acclaimed album, "Sleepless In __________." Comprised of Tablo, Mithra Jin and DJ Tukutz, the alternative hip-hop group is known for its impassioned live shows and lyrically complex music. Ten years ago, the group was in jeopardy when an internet ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With M.O.N.T.

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With the increased popularity of K-Pop, fans worldwide have been clamoring for groups to visit their countries. The three-man group M.O.N.T. listened and recently toured in Israel and India. "Israel was our first solo concert, so it was hard, but at the same time very fulfilling," says group leader Narachan. "At first we were worried (because we...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With ATEEZ

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ATEEZ is embarking on a sold-out tour of the United States (including dates in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York), which will be followed by a European leg. "I want to take in the sights of many cities," says group leader Hongjoong, 20. "I want to visit the various landmarks in each city (like) Times Square in New York. If there's time, I'd also...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With James Hunt of Rufus Du Sol

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"I was in Los Angeles last year, but I just put all my stuff in storage and am currently living between tour buses and short-term rentals," says James Hunt, who is one third of the electronic dance music group Rufus Du Sol. "Our schedule is full-on for the next six months, so it didn't make sense to rent a house I won't be in. (So I'm) homeless ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Harley Quinn Smith

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Harley Quinn Smith made her acting debut at the ripe old age of one in "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," which was written and directed by her father, Kevin Smith. She played the infant version of her dad's character, Silent Bob. Since then, she has starred opposite Molly Ringwald in "All These Small Moments" and in the film "Yoga Hosers." She'...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Gu is 9

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Born in the United States, musician Gu is 9 (ne Brian Kim) spent the first six years of his life in Maryland, where his parents attended graduate school. When the family moved to his parents' native South Korea, he was in for a culture shock. "I said, 'Mom, everyone is Korean here!'" he said. "I remember in kindergarten, some kids made fun of me...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Gu is 9

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Born in the United States, musician Gu is 9 (ne Brian Kim) spent the first six years of his life in Maryland, where his parents attended graduate school. When the family moved to his parents' native South Korea, he was in for a culture shock. "I said, 'Mom, everyone is Korean here!'" he said. "I remember in kindergarten, some kids made fun of me...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Christina Chang

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"I experienced culture shock when I moved to the United States," says Christina Chang, who portrays Dr. Audrey Lim on the popular ABC series "The Good Doctor." "I was born and grew up in Taipei. When I came to the States for college, I sounded like everyone who grew up here -- because I went to an international school with an American curriculum...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Ellington Ratliff

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R5 drummer Ellington Ratliff says traveling for leisure is something he'd like to do more of in the future. "I honestly don't vacation as much as I like, but while I'm on tour I get to see some sights in whichever city I'm in," says Ratliff, 25. "Some of my favorite cities are Lake Como, Barcelona. I really liked Tel Aviv. Although, I'd have to ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Adam Lambert

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After a successful residency last year in Las Vegas, Adam Lambert and Queen will reunite again this summer for their Rhapsody tour across North America. Lambert says being on the road is made more pleasurable by bringing along a few must-haves. "My iPad is my saving grace," says the Los Angeles resident, who grew up in San Diego. "I load it up ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Josh and Jesse Feldman

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The Feldman brothers are on a hunt for more than treasure. In their new Travel Channel series, "Lost Gold," Josh, 39, and Jesse, 44, seek to find forgotten gold mines and other pieces of history throughout America. The Arizona natives say that getting to see the world is a big perk of their job. "From my travels, I have learned to appreciate ...Read more

Celebrity Travel: Go Away With Ann Curry

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Former NBC News anchor and "Today Show" co-anchor Ann Curry has won multiple Emmys and Edward R. Murrow Awards for her outstanding work in journalism. She has also been honored by the NAACP, Refugees International and Save the Children. Her latest ...Read more

 

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