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Travel is an art, not a science. 

Read enough columns, and you might think being the world’s smartest traveler is a paint-by-number proposition, an easy formula you can follow. 

But as you start planning your summer trips, maybe it’s worth asking if there’s more to it than just buying a manual or clicking on a blog or even reading the most popular travel column in American journalism. 

Perhaps the ability to be a good traveler can be inherited from one of your parents. Consider the DRD4-7R gene, sometimes referred to as the “wanderlust gene.” Curio Collection by Hilton recently tested 30 frequent traveling social media influencers for the gene to evaluate the role curiosity plays in travel and found nine of them had the DRD4-7R allele — about 1½ times the national average.

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/advice/2018/05/27/travel-advice-expert-tips-frequent-travelers/638727002/

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