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New TSA Regulations Target Dead Electronics
Traveling abroad? Be sure to keep your gadgets fully charged. A new mandate by the Transportation Security Administration is asking airport security to pa... Read More
America's Favorite Places Twitter Chat on Tuesday, July 8
What are the best towns, cities, or regions in America for burgers or pizza? What about sports teams, beaches, or nightlife? We're devoting this week's Tw... Read More
The Latest Perk for Delta BusinessElite Fliers? Full Flat-Bed Seats Between JFK and LAX
  Last week, Delta introduced three Boeing 757-200 aircraft to its fleet, which come complete with fully reclining flat-bad seats in the BusinessElite cabi... Read More
Is Washington D.C. The Most Walkable City In the U.S.?
A recent study by the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University ranked the 30 most-walkable U.S. cities—and our nation's cap... Read More
July 4th Travel Tips
The 4th of July Travel Forecast People are feeling good. Job numbers are up today; consumer confidence is rebounding. That means more people spending on ... Read More
Plan a Last-Minute Road Trip for July 4th
Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy According to AAA, more than 34 million Americans will hit the road this hol... Read More
Why Go on an Adventure with Kammok
Kammok @ Yosemite with OnLocation from Jordan Bellamy on Vimeo. We enjoy discovering great new travel brands, companies, and products—especially ones tha... Read More
PhoCusWright Travel Innovators Going Strong
When is eight months an eternity? When you’re talking about the world of digital travel. New technologies are launched and companies are born—while others g... Read More
Boston Celebrates July 4th with England's Magna Carta
In time for Independence Day, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts has opened an exhibition with a rare copy of England's Magna Carta, one of the building blocks ... Read More
Summer Festival of Quebec Boasts Big Musical Acts For Small Price
If you haven’t made plans for the July 4 weekend and are interested in music, want a getaway to someplace with a rich history and culinary scene, the valu... Read More
Why Google's Acquisition of Songza Is Great News for Travelers
There’s been an overwhelming amount of news following the Google I/O conference last week, but one of the things we’re most excited about is the search gi... Read More
Jeni's Ice Cream Pops Up Tonight at Manhattan's Gotham West
Which city has the best artisan food markets in America? That’s up for debate in our America’s Favorite Places survey right now. But my vote—at least for ... Read More
Amtrak Planning Faster WiFi For Northeast Corridor
Amtrak's notoriously slow on-board internet connection will get an upgrade, the company announced last week. In a test sometime this winter, Amtrak is hopin... Read More
San Francisco Dispatch: Check In to Hotel Palomar and Check Out with a Tattoo
Gimmicky packages and marketing campaigns are far too common in the travel business, which is why we love it when we hear about a hotel tie-in that is fre... Read More
Vacation Rentals You Don’t Pay For?
Accommodations around the world for free? The idea is admittedly utopian, but it’s also a reality thanks to the fast-growing website Trustedhousesitters.c... Read More
T+L Editor-in-Chief Nancy Novogrod Announces the 2014 World's Best Awards
Travel + Leisure’s own Nancy Novogrod joins Morning Joe to announce the 2014 World’s Best Awards. In the results of the annual survey, readers to rate eve... Read More
"Ladies of London" Star Marissa Hermer on Her Local Haunts
Ask around at a cocktail party, and you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who isn't hooked on Bravo’s reality programming. So when I found out that my lon... Read More
Daily Transporter: Holy Beer
Tasting the world’s top-rated beer, Westvleteren XII Ale, requires a commitment. First you call to receive instructions about which morning to arrive at t... Read More
Photographer Ben Watts Captures Australia's Byron Bay
Photographer Ben Watts trains his lens on Australia’s hippest beach colony. Two hours outside Brisbane, Byron Bay is a long way to travel—its remoteness ... Read More
A New Spin on the Pedicab at The Mark
Hotel-branded bikes? Been there, done that. But on New York City’s Upper East Side, The Mark Hotel is putting a new twist on the now-classic amenity. Laun... Read More