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Today, Senior Editor Jacqui Gifford appeared on The Weather Channel’s Wake Up With Al with Al Roker and Stephanie Abrams to talk about great weekend vacations from Washington D.C. Her recommendations, below. Kicking things off: Gettysburg, Penn...
Disney just announced another addition to its growing docket of restaurant endeavors: Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar—an Indiana Jones-themed lounge that will be nestled in between Paradiso 37 and The Boathouse Restaurant in Orlando’s Downtown Disney. I...
After years of the city’s efforts to revive San Francisco’s Mid Market area, this week it finally welcomes The Strand, a shiny new $34.4 million theater that brings an injection of culture to the neighborhood. The intimate yet reverential 283-seat...
Travel insurance company World Nomads and Lonely Planet are teaming up to offer a career-boosting scholarship to three aspiring travel writers. On offer: the money for a 10-day tour of the U.S.  The itinerary is completely up to the writers, and t...
The Katrina crosses can still be found all over New Orleans. They first appeared as soon as rescue teams could make their way into the city, after the 2005 hurricane and ensuing flood caused by collapsing levees. Rescue teams spray-painted the X’s...
Here comes one more reason to put New York City at the top of your travel list this summer. The Mandarin Oriental, located on Columbus Circle, will debut 42 remodeled one-and-two bedroom suites, overlooking Central Park, the Hudson River, or the M...
Visitors ready to revel in New York City’s abundant shopping opportunities get a special treat this week: the chance to buy a bespoke suit from a famous tailor from London. Richard James, the award-winning Savile Row designer, is offering custom s...
Forget novelty mugs and shot glasses boasting iconic Las Vegas signage. There’s a souvenir option that’s just as kitschy, if a little less … expected: a fake wedding photo from “I Got Married in Vegas! Just Kidding.” For $34.95 you can have that i...
Design aficionados, take note. The third NYCxDESIGN, or New York Design Week, kicks off today and boasts a whopping 400 events, from exhibitions to installations, talks and more, to celebrate the city’s diverse scene. “Design has become an incr...
To figure out how exactly the new Apple Watch can help travelers, T+L News Editor Amy Farley has gone straight to the source: New York City's Times Square, which sees some 50,000,000 visitors annually. Below, watch as Farley takes to the NYC stree...
Well before the landscaping herd of goats protected by a llama and “Fish” the runway-clearing dog, the Portland International Airport had another star: the ironically fashionable carpet lining its hallowed terminals. The sad news: the airport h...
TripAdvisor just unleashed its new Vacation Value Report, thereby unveiling the 10 most-searched destinations across the web. Even better: the travel site also shared the best dates to travel for the best deals. Each of the destinations comes w...
On May 31, the culinary arm of Bono’s (RED) organization—which has raised more than $315 million to date to help prevent HIV/AIDS—is presenting an al fresco dinner at New York’s Pier 26. Host Mario Batali will oversee 10 celebrity chefs (including...
Hoteliers Kevin O’Shea and David Bowd, the same guys behind Provincetown’s buzzy and beautiful Salt House Inn, have done it again, opening a 37-room refuge on New York’s windswept Shelter Island. The Chequit, which opens its doors May 8, was desig...
The Trump Hotel & Tower Central Park is going all-out to celebrate the birth of the second royal baby, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. Its new “Central Park Princess Package” gives young guests a chance to live like royalty in the Big Apple—if...