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10/19/2018 01:52 PM
Typhoons cause Japan's famed cherry blossoms to bloom early
Japan's beautiful cherry blossoms are a highlight of spring, but this year a series of storms has confused some into blooming in fall.

10/18/2018 02:26 AM
Why are women chefs treated differently?
Critics say an annual "best female chef' highlights gender imbalance rather than promotes equality. Yet some say it's a useful way to support women in a male-dominated industry.

10/19/2018 01:31 AM
You can now rent Madonna's luxury London home
"Like a Virgin" singer Madonna's swanky former home in the British capital is currently on the market as a luxury vacation rental.

10/18/2018 06:32 AM
Road tripping through West Texas is full of unusual surprises
Lonely. Flat. Hot.

10/18/2018 08:13 AM
America's first female hotel manager
Throughout the newly renovated Hotel Figueroa, amidst its posh new interior design, an inverted triangle can be seen carved into its original walls.

10/17/2018 11:31 AM
Why do we cry on airplanes?
Unlike just 25 years ago, it's now hard to find someone who hasn't been on a plane.

10/15/2018 11:35 PM
Paradise Beach in South Africa lives up to its name
In the early morning, the wind sends bursts of sand across the beach, painting bits of black and shades of brown around the shells and the deep purple seaweed that washed up during the night.

10/15/2018 05:46 AM
15 airlines that no longer exist
In the little more than 100 years of commercial air travel, thousands of airlines have come and gone as casualties of oil prices, politics, mismanagement or financial loss.

10/18/2018 09:01 AM
Luxury shopping on the high seas
At a time when land-based malls are struggling to draw shoppers, sales at shipboard stores show increasing buoyancy. Starboard Cruise Services, an LVMH-owned company that operates stores on 90+ cruise lines, is the largest retail purveyor in the cruise industry and boasts impressive growth.

10/16/2018 02:12 PM
This airline wants to help you meditate at 30,000 feet
Take a deep breath at 23,000 feet, and breath out turbulence.








Latest Travel News from USA Today


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10/19/2018 04:58 AM
The person giving you official travel advice may be an inmate
A unique program in North Carolina trains female inmates to dispense travel advice and handle roadside assistance for official state toll-free numbers.
     
 
 

10/19/2018 09:04 AM
Flying Spirit, Frontier or Allegiant? Here are 12 things you need to know
Spirit, Frontier and Allegiant charge for carry-on bags, don't offer free advance seat assignments and make you buy your own soft drinks.
     
 
 

10/21/2018 08:36 AM
Photo tour: The classic California town of Pismo Beach
The small central California coastal town of Pismo Beach is known for wide beaches, dramatic cliffs and, once upon a time, clams.
     
 
 

10/18/2018 12:19 PM
USA TODAY's guide to drink and beverage packages on cruise ships
Cruise ship passengers can drink throughout the day for a single price. Check out what these cruises have to offer in this guide for drink packages
     
 
 

10/19/2018 05:32 AM
10 graveyard tours where you might see a ghost
A cemetery offers a chance to learn history, admire scenery and, maybe, encounter a spirit. Real-life ghost chasers share favorite graveyard tours.
     
 
 

10/18/2018 12:35 PM
Best pumpkin patches from around the world
It's pumpkin season, which means patches are popping up all over the world. Click through to see some of this year's best pumpkin pics!
     
 
 

10/19/2018 05:41 AM
Tattoos at sea: Virgin Voyages to feature a tattoo parlor on its first cruise ship
Start-up cruise line Virgin Voyages on Thursday announced its soon-to-debut first vessel, Scarlet Lady, would have a tattoo parlor.
     
 
 

10/19/2018 04:00 AM
WOW Air CEO: Strategy shift behind exit from three cities in U.S. Midwest
Despite plans to exit Cincinnati, Cleveland and St. Louis, WOW says North America remains a top priority. But connecting flyers to India is new focus.
     
 
 

10/19/2018 09:21 AM
Amtrak Acela leather seat covers to be re-purposed into luxury bags
Amtrak is donating leather seat covers from Acela trains to be re-purposed into luxury bags. The Amtrak Collection will roll out over the next year.
     
 
 

10/19/2018 12:57 PM
Walt Disney World announces 'nature-inspired' resort for 2022
The Florida-based theme park resort said Thursday that the as-yet-unnamed resort will open in 2022.
     
 
 

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06/19/2017 08:04 PM
Allegiant : 28 new routes, 3 new cities part of its biggest expansion ever
Allegiant bills news as “largest-ever announcement of new service in the company’s history.”
      
 
 

06/18/2017 08:52 PM
Weather delays: Monday turned out to be a terrible day to fly
Air travelers faced major headaches Monday afternoon as a long line thunderstorms blocked flight paths from New England to the Gulf Coast. 
      
 
 

06/20/2017 03:48 AM
Qatar Airways CEO warns of 'lasting wound' from 'blockade'
CEO: Fliers are returning and again using Qatar as aviation hub after initial hit to business.
      
 
 

06/18/2017 07:03 PM
Paris Air Show day 1: A bigger 737, huge Airbus order and the president
See all the stories that made news from the opening day of the Paris Air Show.
      
 
 

06/19/2017 02:59 AM
Boeing unveils a bigger 737 in fight against Airbus
Boeing's plans for 'stretched' version of its 737 Max aircraft came at the Paris Air Show.
      
 
 

06/19/2017 12:24 AM
Paris Air Show 2017: Airbus lands first big deal on Monday
Airbus has clinched a deal for 100 single-aisle A320neo planes in its first big move at the show.
      
 
 

06/19/2017 12:36 AM
Paris Air Show: What to look for in 2017
Boeing-Airbus rivalry will again be huge, but there are other interesting story lines.
      
 
 

06/15/2017 06:37 PM
New era of budget travel? Norwegian begins Boeing 737 flights to Europe
Discount airline will be flying 12 Boeing 737 routes to Europe from small U.S. airports by fall.
      
 
 

06/16/2017 05:12 AM
Name that airport ... (Bangkok Suvarnabhumi)
UPDATE: The photo in this week's "name that airport" post is of Thailand's Suvarnabhumi Airport near Bangkok. 
      
 
 

06/16/2017 12:00 AM
Spirit Airlines adds new routes from Pittsburgh, Hartford
The budget carrier is growing at two of its newest cities with more flights to Florida.
      
 
 

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10/17/2018 05:06 AM
The 8 coolest tree house hotels in Central America
These rustic retreats perched in the trees come with amenities such as hot tubs, furnished terraces and, of course, gorgeous views.
      
 
 

10/05/2018 04:50 AM
Photo tour: The legendary Villa d'Este on Italy's Lake Como
Like a fairy tale scene, the Villa d’Este has commanded attention since it was transformed into a hotel in 1873 along the shores of Lake Como.
      
 
 

10/03/2018 10:13 AM
Forbes Travel Guide: Here are the most luxurious hotels in the world
Forbes Travel Guide has come up with verified lists of the most luxurious hotels and spas in the world. The list includes 58 hotels and 30 spas.
      
 
 

10/16/2018 02:23 PM
Classic cocktails: The Bellhop Bar debuts at all Loews hotels
      
 
 

10/10/2018 07:19 AM
Airbnb is offering free housing for Hurricane Michael evacuees and relief workers
Airbnb is opening its doors for those affected by impending Category 4 storm Hurricane Michael, which is set to hit the Florida Panhandle Wednesday.
      
 
 

10/09/2018 07:39 PM
Nashville hotels with great deals in October
      
 
 

10/09/2018 04:52 PM
From east to west, hotels get major renovations to lure holiday visitors
Hotels across the USA get major hotel renovations. Here are the hottest ones this month.
      
 
 

10/09/2018 05:03 AM
Beautiful design on a budget: 16 affordable hotels and vacation rentals
Feast your eyes upon these beautifully designed hotels, apartments and bungalows that are as affordable as they are chic.
      
 
 

10/09/2018 01:11 AM
Take a look at the latest and coolest hotel renovations
      
 
 

10/04/2018 04:04 PM
Best Western introduces boutique hotels, Sadie and Aiden
The hotel chain is launching "edgy, imaginative" hotels called Sadie and Aiden.
      
 
 

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GANNETT Syndication Service

10/17/2018 05:08 AM
Pilgrimage-worthy pizza: 5 great regional styles in the USA
Here are the best restaurants to try the great pizza styles found in America, including New York, Chicago, New Haven, Detroit and Neapolitan.
      
 
 

10/17/2018 05:06 AM
The 8 coolest tree house hotels in Central America
These rustic retreats perched in the trees come with amenities such as hot tubs, furnished terraces and, of course, gorgeous views.
      
 
 

10/18/2018 08:52 AM
'Nebraska: It’s not for everyone,' Cornhusker State declares in new tourism campaign
“Nebraska is kind of like that odd kid," a new TV ad says. "Didn’t say much in school. Slightly peculiar maybe. But when you took the time to get to know him, turned out he was pretty interesting.”
      
 
 

10/16/2018 05:33 AM
Six Flags: New roller coasters, thrill rides announced for 2019
For 2019, Six Flags parks will unleash another batch of roller coasters, including West Coast Racers, Maxx Force and Batman: The Ride.
      
 
 

10/16/2018 05:30 AM
Conde Nast Traveler readers name Chicago best big city in the USA
Nearly half a million Conde Nast Traveler readers have voted. Chicago is the best big city in the USA.
      
 
 

10/15/2018 05:06 AM
Perfect towns for a weekend trip in every state
Sometimes the best way to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life is with a weekend getaway. Check out the perfect places for a weekend vacation.
      
 
 

10/20/2018 05:00 AM
Rick Steves: France's serene abbeys continue to inspire visitors
The French countryside is littered with medieval monasteries. A little history can help visitors breathe life into these serenely remote monuments.
      
 
 

10/19/2018 04:58 AM
The person giving you official travel advice may be an inmate
A unique program in North Carolina trains female inmates to dispense travel advice and handle roadside assistance for official state toll-free numbers.
      
 
 

10/19/2018 04:58 AM
The person giving you official travel advice may be an inmate
A program in North Carolina trains female inmates to dispense travel advice and handle roadside assistance for official state toll-free numbers.
      
 
 

10/19/2018 04:54 AM
Graveyard tours where you might see a ghost
A cemetery offers a chance to learn history, admire scenery and, maybe, encounter a spirit. Real-life ghost chasers share favorite graveyard tours.
      
 
 

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Latest Travel News from the New York Times


NYT > Travel

10/15/2018 08:38 AM
Biking the Open Road in Colorado, With a Few Bumps Along the Way
The newly opened Grand Junction-Moab trail, a 155-mile route linked by a network of backcountry huts, and accessible only two months a year, offers an almost irresistible challenge for bikers.
10/16/2018 03:17 AM
Pursuits: Stalking the Trump Family’s Roots
In search of the president’s forebears, the author embarked on a three-week journey through Europe, from Scotland to Slovenia.
10/20/2018 02:00 AM
Check In: Hotel Review: In Washington, a Design-Driven Newcomer Spices Things Up
The Line DC, in a repurposed 110-year-old church, has all-day cafes, happening bars and even its own radio station.
10/19/2018 02:00 AM
Instagram Offers Visual Allure, and the Travel Industry Wants In
Some hotels will do anything to attract the Instagram crowd, and that might include putting a 10-pound doughnut on the room-service menu.
10/18/2018 06:51 AM
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Chicago
Culture, comedy and culinary outings in the ever-evolving Loop district and beyond.
10/19/2018 02:00 AM
Q&A: Conquering Mt. Everest, Against All Odds
Blind since he was 13, the mountain climber Erik Weihenmayer has reached the highest peaks on all seven continents.
10/19/2018 02:00 AM
Bites: A Chicago Restaurant Brings Fresh California Cuisine to the Midwest
Pacific Standard Time focuses on farm-fresh ingredients and the idea of gathering.
10/17/2018 02:00 AM
Looking Beyond Tel Aviv for Israel’s New Restaurant Scene
In the coastal lowlands outside the country’s bustling, second-largest city, a quiet dining hub is blossoming, with food rooted in the land.
10/18/2018 02:00 AM
Bigger Seats, Better Service? Nope. But Airlines Are Offering Cool Pretzels.
To up their hip quotient, companies are offering snacks from small, local producers as an inexpensive way of breeding loyalty with passengers.
10/17/2018 02:00 AM
Heads Up: In Tuscany, Farms Embrace Nature — and Visitors
With enthusiasm for natural wines gaining momentum, Tuscany’s growing cluster of biodynamic farms offers tastings and a place to stay.
10/15/2018 07:28 AM
Can 18 Hours in the Air Be Bearable? Airlines Bet on Ultra-Long-Haul Flights
Singapore Airlines now flies more than 9,500 miles between Newark and Singapore, and more super-long routes are in the offing, with new amenities to ease the pain.
10/11/2018 01:03 PM
Personal Journeys: A New Taste of Marrakesh
The ancient Moroccan city is being reinvigorated by local entrepreneurs opening their own cafes, bars and riads, while embracing tradition.
10/03/2018 02:00 AM
Frugal Traveler: In Omaha, a Progressive Approach to Free Time
Nebraska’s largest city has a vibrant music scene, a coffeehouse that includes a church (or vice versa), and many ways to experience the American West.
10/19/2018 02:35 PM
Things Editors Like: T Suggests: Furniture for Doomsday, Riot Grrrl T-Shirts and More
A roundup of things T editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.
10/19/2018 12:57 PM
Wanderlust: What to Do and Where to See Llamas in Peru’s Sacred Valley
Machu Picchu is the area’s most popular tourist stop, but the land beyond is home to lesser-known ruins, artisanal crafts and an innovative food scene.

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