Monday, September 22, 2014
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It all began in the early 1960s. I was in sixth grade at a junior high, President John F. Kennedy was in office, our TV was black-and-white, and there was a "party line" on our phone. The world was a big place and communication meant writing let
MACAU - Turquoise seas, sky dotted with pink-tinged evening clouds, bridges crossing waterways that fade into mist, Las Vegas-on-acid architecture - it was all there below from the superb vantage point of the top of Macau Tower, all so inviting you could jump in headfirst.
SAN DIEGO - The nation's eighth-largest city has plenty of cash-burning attractions, but also awe-inspiring sites that are as free as the sea breeze. Today it boasts a burgeoning international art scene, a thriving farm-to-table food movement, and a booming biotech industry.
The newest hotels in South Florida are already making a name for themselves. Open just since March, the Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach has earned the top spot for the city on TripAdvisor, followed in second place by another newcomer, the Redbury South Beach. That hotel, sister to the Hollywood Redbury in Los Angeles, has another designation to brag about: making the Travel + Leisure 2014 "It List," which highlights the world's best new hotels.
Pittsburghers never move and rarely — if ever — throw anything away, the president of Heinz History Center observed Wednesday.
Dreaming of an island getaway? One that’s warm, easy, relaxing, yet layered with oodles to do—wrapped into a remarkably good value for your...
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Let's not call this a "beer run." That has such a... Friday night frat boy connotation. Let's instead call this a "beer journey."
The Island of Eigg: Completely solar, wind and water powered
CHAUMONT-SUR-LOIRE, France (AP) - There are hundreds of miles of bike trails through the chateaux towns of the Loire Valley - and that's what tripped us up.
 
Urban Bourbon Tour: There's no curbin' 'em