If you've ever dreamed of moving into your own lighthouse, then the government might just help that dream come true.
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When it comes to “cancel for any reason” insurance policies, the small print will often disregard unseasonable weather or unforeseen activity cancellations which begs the question, as the environment alters, should travel insurance too? Veuer’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Traveling by air can be relaxing for some and frustrating for others but new research from a Forbes advisor shows that some airports are more problematic than others. To come up with his findings, he analyzed more than 37,000 tweets directed at the 60 busiest airports in the country from Mar…
U.S. travelers are still hungry to travel, despite the potential of an economic slowdown. The number of U.S. passengers flying to international destinations in April increased 28% compared with the same month last year, according to the International Trade Administration. “Demand is strong t…
A ‘record number’ of lighthouses are available for the public to buy, with six set to cost absolutely nothing.
Experts at The Ice Co have listed five health benefits that ice baths can offer you if you are willing to take the plunge.
One irritating feature of travel is trying to fit all of your necessary essentials into a few small suitcases.
No matter which big U.S. cities you might visit, you'll find plenty of local sightseeing tours. But you don't have to pay top dollar for a private tour. In many cities, public transit trips serve spectacular routes at inexpensive transit fares, offering flexible schedules and avoiding extended stops at schlocky souvenir shops. Here are three favorite public trips in the U.S. that should be on your “must” list whenever you visit the region. I update this list every few years to show current service levels and fares.
Kraków is the Boston of Poland – a charming and vital city buzzing with history, college students, and tourists. Though not the capital, Kraków is the cultural and intellectual center of the country – and easily Poland’s best destination.
Helen Park wasn’t awake when the Tony Award nominations were announced a few weeks ago. “My agent called me and I was still asleep!” said Park, who bears the distinction of being the first Asian American female composer on Broadway. “When I checked my phone, the first text I saw was, ‘OMG’ and the second was, ‘You’re Tony nominated.’ I just sat on my bed completely speechless for about a good 20 minutes.” Park’s recognition is in the best score category for “KPOP” – the Korean- and English-language musical that had a short run on Broadway. The “KPOP Original Broadway Cast Recording” is available in stores. The 37-year-old New York resident shares photos and stories about her work on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/thehelenpark/).
Venetian authorities are investigating after a patch of fluorescent green water appeared in the famed Grand Canal on Sunday. Various theories surfaced online, including that it could be algae or a substance illegally dispersed in the canal.
(CNN) — Jennifer and Ryan Burditt of Augusta, Georgia, had a lot on their minds earlier this year as they planned their first out-of-country vacation.
The water in Venice's famed Grand Canal has turned green and Italian authorities aren't sure why. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield reports.
The US is filled with wonderous locations for a great getaway.
For many travelers, trips to large cities had little appeal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Activities like riding public transportation, touring a museum or attending a professional sporting event often took a back seat to less crowded — and less urban — experiences.In the nation’s 25 largest markets, occupied hotel room nights (a measurement of demand)...
The unofficial start of the summer travel season is here, with airlines hoping to avoid the chaos of last year and travelers scrounging for ways to save a few bucks on pricey airfares and hotel rooms.
Are you ready? Memorial Day weekend traditionally kicks off the summer vacation season. And, boy, do we all need one.
AAA says 37.1 million people are expected to drive this year.
(CNN) — Last Memorial Day weekend was the inaugural mess in a summer of air travel chaos. With significantly more Americans expected to head to airports this holiday weekend, the strained system is facing its first big seasonal crush. Are travelers in for another hellacious summer?
Not every airport needs to be a stressful, chaotic experience. You shouldn’t have to stand in long lines only to dig deep into your budget for an overpriced, bland meal and perhaps end up sprinting to your gate.While some people rightfully detest airports, NerdWallet has rounded up a collection of nine U.S. airports that are...
With more people interested joining the digital nomad lifestyle than ever before, here are some of the best places to live as a digital nomad
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Need gift ideas to help with the ladies in your life? This list will surely help you make the grade.
Are you travelling this Memorial Day weekend? According to AAA, some 42.3 million people are expected to travel over the unofficial start of summer. What’s more, they also indicate 3.4 million of those travellers will be doing so by air… so what can you do to keep ahead of the rest during yo…
Oh my god, a broken seat on a four hour flight? Yes, it's happened to some of us. But in the face of a situation like that you have to take a deep breath and follow these steps recommended by experts. The Points Guy says the first thing you need to do is test your seat before take off. Resol…
We all know that vacations are important for our mental well being, but according to a recent study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimated that hundreds of millions of people are overworked, which makes them susceptible to he…
All the experts and many not-quite-so-experts agree that air travel will test your endurance this summer. Planes, airports, gates, even usually serene lounges will be packed. Why expect airport parking to be different? If you plan to drive your car to your departure airport and leave it there until you return, you have to make sure you can get a place. And you want to keep the cost as low as possible. Fortunately, you have options.
The Irish seem born with a love of music. At social gatherings, everyone's always ready to sing his or her "party piece." Performances are judged less by skill than by uninhibited sincerity or showmanship. Nearly every Irish household has some kind of musical instrument.
Currently on tour with “Tina: The Tina Turner Musical” (https://tinaonbroadway.com/tickets/), Zurin Villanueva plays the icon herself. Portraying a living legend can be intimidating, but the actress said she did a lot of prep work to do justice to the real-life Turner. “I feel like I’m still preparing,” she said. “I am constantly learning more things about Tina and adding some to the show. It never stops and I love it. I did plenty of squats and planks, worked with a rock singing coach and did plenty of YouTube university to learn all things Tina.” Being on the road means that “home” is a new place every day, but the actress said it’s also a great way to see the world.
Memorial Day is the unofficial first day of summer and with travel plans often the case for many, here are the best and worst times to do so.
The NAACP over the weekend issued a travel advisory for Florida, joining two other civil rights groups in warning potential tourists that recent laws championed by Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida lawmakers are "openly hostile toward African Americans, people of color and LGBTQ+ individuals."