Saturday, December 27, 2014

Travel

HAVANA (AP) - U.S. tourists are roaming the streets of Old Havana, listening to lectures on Art Deco architecture and meeting with jazz musicians. What they aren't doing yet - at least most of the time - is lounging in the sun and sipping mojitos at white-sand-beach resorts.
An off-the-beaten-path getaway is a delicious fantasy. Who hasn’t indulged in a bit of escapist “what if” and “where to”...
Sometimes, strapping on boots and skis, or getting the knack of the snowboard, is just a little too much work for the kids (or, let’s be honest...
CASTRIES, St. Lucia - I'm not even halfway up Gros Piton, the taller of St. Lucia's signature twin peaks, and I'm already starting to perspire from places where I didn't even know I had pores. My shins. My elbows. My earlobes.
Remember what poet Robert Frost said about taking the road less traveled? “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled...
St. Regis Deer Valley, Utah One of the world’s top hotels for families according to Travel Leisure, the ski-in/ski-out St. Regis Deer Valley is...
ATLANTA - A museum focused on the history of civil rights opened this year in Atlanta, the city where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was based. The National Center for Civil and Human Rights explores the U.S. civil rights movement, and also other human rights struggles around the world, from women's rights and LGBT issues to immigration and child labor.
EDINBURGH, Scotland - I was only 12 when I saw my first Scottish castle. It was the final night of the Edinburgh Festival and my parents marched me up the Mound to attend the Tattoo, a spectacle of military bands just outside the walls of the magnificent
You could win a trip to Universal Orlando Resort, home of the world’s most jaw-dropping theme parks!