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5 Countries Where You Can Retire By the Beach for $1,500
According to the State Department, more Americans than ever—8.7 million—are moving or retiring abroad. The big lure? Lower price tags. The editors at International Living recently compiled a list of the most affordable places to retire abroad, taking into account housing and utilities as well as things like transportation and food. This and more at Coastal Living - SAM MELLISH/GETTY IMAGES

You Must Visit Ernest Hemingway's Favorite Florida Bar
After you're done touring the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum in Key West—Hemingway lived in the Florida town for more than a decade—it's time for a tipple. This and more at Coastal Living - ROBERTHOETINK/GETTY IMAGES

I Blindly went on a Surprise Vacation
Perched at a table at LaGuardia Airport in New York, I frantically thumbed through papers containing suggestions upon suggestions on what to do in Savannah, Georgia. I was minutes from boarding a flight to the southern city, yet I had absolutely no plans once I got there. This and more at Coastal Living - Photo: COURTESY OF PACK UP + GO

Panama City vs. Panama City Beach: What’s the Difference?
Separated by the St. Andrews Bay along Florida’s Gulf coast is a pair of cities, both with nearly identical names save for one word. (But don’t be mistaken—both do have beaches.) It’s cause for confusion in many a conversation, but Panama City and Panama City Beach are actually two completely different places with markedly different histories. Photo Getty Images

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