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Coolest Hotels in Movies
Wes Anderson's upcoming movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel, stars Ralph Fiennes as the concierge of a beautiful 1920s European hotel. While most of this movi... Read More
Disney Cruise Line Aces Environmental Exam
Big-name environmental organization Friends of the Earth recently released its 2013 Cruise Report Card, and Disney Cruise Line has come out on top, earnin... Read More
How to Help Victims of the Philippines' Typhoon Haiyan
Following the destruction wrought by Super Typhoon Haiyan, which appears to be the Philippine Islands’ worst natural disaster in history, relief efforts a... Read More
Possible New Venice Theme Park Raises Eyebrows
An Italian developer last week unveiled a plan to create a 10-acre amusement park in the heart of Venice, complete with gigantic Ferris wheel, roller coas... Read More
New Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Features Martha Graham Dance Company
Beverly Hills opened the new Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts last month and has now inaugurated the venue, a former historic post office, ... Read More
New Air Travel Rules Make Flying Easier for Disabled Passengers
The Department of Transportation has added new rules to make air travel easier for passengers with disabilities. From ticket purchasing to check-in to the... Read More
Disney Magic Cruise Relaunches With Super Heroes On-Board
I’m not an experienced cruiser, but when I heard there was a ship that has Iron Man’s armor, Thor’s hammer, and Captain America’s shield, I knew my kids w... Read More
Guess Where? Sailboat
Can you guess where this sailboat is? Leave your guesses on our Facebook page. Check back on Monday for the answer. Lyndsey Matthews is an assistant digi... Read More
3 Easy Weekend Getaways from Boston
From a quiet inn in the heart of the Berkshires to art galleries in Kennebunkport, Maine, T+L News Editor Jenn Flowers offers three weekend getaway ideas ... Read More
6 Things You Didn't Know About Your Boarding Pass
1. The Bar Code The International Air Transport Association mandated in 2005 that all 240 member airlines have to use boarding passes embedded with bar co... Read More
Gogobot’s New Tribes Feature Finds Opinions From Likeminded Travelers
If you haven’t been on Gogobot in a while, it’s a good time to make your return—today, the site announced a new feature called Tribes, which lets you filt... Read More
6 Everything-But-the-Plane Trips
Leave the hassles of air travel behind on these all-American vacations. 1. Road Trip: Music, Mountains, and Monuments Westbound G Adventures’ 8-day iti... Read More
Stay Healthy on the Road With These 4 Hotel Juice Offerings
Juice Press in New York. Pressed Juicery in California. Another day, another juice bar. Over the last year, this all-liquid health food trend has captivat... Read More
Radisson Hotels' New Mobile Game Lets You Run the Hotel
What’s it like to work in a hotel? If you’re a gamer who likes to travel, now you can find out. Radisson is launching the hotel industry’s first mobile ga... Read More
Delta Gives Away First-Class Flight Tickets for Staying Powered ON #below10kfeet
It was just last week that the days of hearing “Please turn off all your electronic devices” on the loudspeaker before flight takeoffs and landings came t... Read More
New Album Released by Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble
Fifteen years ago, the cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who was already busy with a full and demanding career as a recitalist, a soloist with orchestras, and chamber mus... Read More
New Published Travel Journals by William P. Rayner Chronicle Tales from India to Egypt
William P. Rayner is not a fan of Facebook. His ideal outlet for chronicling his life and travels? Good old-fashioned black sketchbooks. For the last 40-p... Read More
JetBlue Celebrates First Flight to Allow Gate-to-Gate Use of Portable Electronic Devices
A few weeks ago, I was scolded by a flight attendant for switching my iPhone into airplane mode instead of powering off. This week, however, we are living... Read More
New Centurion Lounge Opens at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
Flight delays and layovers in the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport just got a lot more bearable—you may even look forward to them—thanks to the new... Read More
Family-Friendly Thanksgiving Getaways
Among the many words used to describe the holidays, for me, "exhausting" somehow supercedes all that giving and thanks business. As much as I enjoy the tr... Read More
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