Chasing waterfalls in New England
Here’s where to watch Mother Nature gush about spring.
Here’s where to watch Mother Nature gush about spring.
We like this under-the-radar town for its slow pace, step-back-in-time beauty, its cluster of historic homes and buildings; its green space and access to outdoor activities.
It’s life itself here, a flume of color, smells, tastes, and passionate appeals from vendors.
The VIP Lounge | Derek Hough
We caught up with Hough, who lives in Los Angeles with his girlfriend, dancer Hayley Erbert, and their rescue pets – a dog, Romie, and a cat, Palo – to talk about all things travel.
At the annual Kapalua Wine and Food Festival, we find a love of all things local, a burgeoning movement to support and form alliances with small, artisan farmers, and a nod to ethnicity and home-style cooking.
For those who feel their blood pressure rise every time the seat in front of them plunges back into full recline, the airline is coming to the rescue. Will passengers be comforted or angered?
Giant music and arts events with international profiles are bringing cachet to remote destinations, from central Washington to rural Tennessee to upstate New York — and amenities that add to the appeal of these places, even at times of the year when they’re not playing host to massive concerts.
A mere 45-minute drive from Marrakech, Scarabeo Camp appears like a mirage in the middle of Morocco’s Agafay Desert.
You go Girl
We were at the 820-acre demesne of Castle Ward in Northern Ireland, the location of Winterfell in the wildly popular HBO “Game of Thrones” series, and home to several GoT filming sites. According to well-connected sources, it will be where the series ends.
When Liam Goodman tries to check in to his hotel in New York, no rooms are available. So he goes to another property. Why is Priceline keeping his money for the first hotel?
New Hampshire’s tourist-friendly seaport, home to historic houses, museums, fine restaurants, galleries, and shops, was a rip-roaring, rowdy town from the mid-1800s until 1912, when the “disorderly houses” were finally shut down.
The thriving little village in New Hampshire has outdoor beauty and an artsy, creative vibe, with artisan bakers and chefs, a small batch distillery, a craft winery, and a professional summer theater.
Set on 840 acres along the River Maigue in County Limerick, the manor took 30 years to complete. That makes its recent 21-month-long renovation sound like a mere blip in time.
Delta Air Lines was named the top US carrier for 2018 as the number of complaints against airlines dropped significantly.
My husband and I decided to transition from giving toy gifts to our two young sons at the holidays to giving them adventures. We went big and bold: We gave them the gift of travel and that was it. But what a gift it has been.
Many museums say their response to this skeptical age is simple: to continue to objectively present the facts. Others are taking a more activist role.
Inspired by Antonio Gaudi’s colorfully abstract Park Guell in Barcelona, the artist Niki de Saint Phalle dreamed of a colony of sculptures based on the symbols of the tarot cards. She found a home for the project midway between Rome and Florence.
Powell’s City of Books in Portland, Ore., claims to be the world’s largest independent bookstore. The store occupies a full city block, and you need a map to find your way around its 68,000 square feet.
VIP LOUNGE | DON McLEAN
We caught up with the singer-songwriter — who is performing at the City Winery on April 26 — to talk about all things travel.
“Museums today take our social responsibilities very seriously and there’s an increasing expectation that we do so,” said Francoise McClafferty, coordinator of the Federation of International Human Rights Museums.
Nothing ruins a vacation like getting robbed. Here are tips from the experts for protecting yourself — and your wallet.
Travel troubleshooter | Christopher Elliott
After Char Fischer’s walking tour is canceled without notice, the company through which she booked the excursion, Viator, refuses to answer her calls — or issue a refund. What gives?
For baseball fans, the Berkshires — Norman Rockwell’s adopted home – offer a surprisingly rich history, ballparks to visit, and ways to pass the time even on rainy days.
“House of Eternal Return” combines a variety of storytelling elements into a kind of walk-in science-fiction novel whose narrative framework is anchored inside a two-story Victorian house.
Here’s the skinny on how to plan for your trip to the birthplace of giant slalom and one of the most historical slopes on the continent.
Gdansk’s enchanting Old Town, vibrant riverfront, interactive museums, and pristine beaches have won it kudos as one of Europe’s up-and-coming vacation spots.
THE VIP LOUNGE
We caught up with the veteran Broadway actor — and Providence native — to talk about all things travel.
“Good Things Come in Pink Boxes,” says the sign at the distinctive doughnut shop in Portland, Ore. Truth.
There are some really comfortable, versatile, and cleverly designed options, from inflatables to bendables to fiberfill loops.
After Carol McLaughlin cancels her stay at a hotel in Segovia, Spain, she’s sure Expedia will refund her money. But when the hotel claims it never received her cancellation request, who will Expedia believe?
The semitropical archipelago is a paradise waiting to be discovered.
Keeping travel photos organized as you go can prevent an overwhelming backlog of precious images, make it easier to manage photo projects later (think photo books and calendars), and help you preserve visual memories for the future. Here are a few tips.
I used the free photo sharing site Flickr for a long time. But then I got an e-mail from Flickr threatening to delete my photos unless I was willing to pony up $50 a year. I wasn’t willing. What to do?
The design-built, 50-room hotel, with its steel-framed, boxy, neo-industrial look, gives a faint nod to the 1800s, when Porter Square was a center for commerce and light industry.
With the help of a few neighbors and plenty of reading, here’s what we’ve learned.
Bowen hosts the weekly series “Open Studio With Jared Bowen,” which showcases the best that the New England arts scene has to offer.
When Marriott charges Elizabeth Maglione’s gift card twice for one night at the Courtyard Marriott Miami Downtown/Brickell, she asks for a refund. The hotel wants to issue a credit. Who’s right?
Intrepid Travel’s launch of Women’s Expeditions, which started with trips to the Middle East, proved so popular that it grew from four to 36 departures last year.
At Craftsbury Outdoor Center in the Northeast Kingdom, good conditions and grooming can continue through April, perfect for introducing kids to the joys of cross-country skiing.
Helpful hints on how to make everyone’s airport experience less stressful. These tips are common sense, but common sense seems to depart from airports more regularly than Delta shuttles to New York.
Since 2002, high-end premium Irish whiskey grew an eye-popping 805 percent. That’s little surprise considering there are 21 distilleries operating in Ireland today and 26 more in planning or already under construction.