Category: Travel

Visiting Disneyland or Disney World for the holidays? Don’t make these common mistakes

During the holidays, as you step through the entrance portal and set eyes upon Disneyland’s Main Street or stroll through the Magic Kingdom in Disney World, you could swear Christmas was invented at the Disney parks. At Disneyland, a 60-foot-tall tree dripping in ornaments greets you. Wreaths and garlands are draped along shops and lampposts. Scattered poinsettias add […]

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American adds eight summer routes for 2020, including Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket

American Airlines is adding eight new summer routes next year, including flights to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, two islands off of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, that are popular weekend and vacation destinations for East Coast residents, including celebrities and politicians. The airline said it will offer Saturday flights to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket from its Philadelphia hub and […]

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2020 theme park sneak peek: SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Silver Dollar City show off new rides

ORLANDO, Florida – The International Association of Amusement Parks Expo is to the theme-park industry what CinemaCon or D23 is to the movie business: a massive annual trade show where vendors – in this case, ride designers, manufacturers and suppliers – showcase their latest developments and network with buyers from theme parks and other venues. It’s where 40,000 attendees get a glimpse […]

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Which cruise lines and ships are the best?

Cruising is quickly becoming among the most popular ways to see the world. Unpack once and take in the sights of the world’s rivers and seas from your floating hotel. More than 30 million people are expected to cruise in 2019, according to the Cruise Lines International Association, and that number is likely to grow […]

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West Coast wineries who are making amazing sustainable wines

All vineyards at Cakebread Cellars are farmed sustainably — Photo courtesy of Cakebread Cellars The terms “sustainability” and “earth-friendly” no longer apply to a small, niche market. They have become drivers for many consumers, and many West Coast vintners have been engaging in sustainable practices in their vineyard and wineries long before it became fashionable. […]

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