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  • New short cruises, summer itineraries on tap for Port Everglades in 2014

    New short cruises, summer itineraries on tap for Port Everglades in 2014
    Passengers who want to cruise to the Caribbean but don't have a week to do it will have more options for shorter trips out of Port Everglades in the 2014 season, which starts in October. Several cruise lines are seizing on the growing popularity of...
  • Southwest tourist trains huff and puff their way into a past devoid of power lines and highways

     Southwest tourist trains huff and puff their way into a past devoid of power lines and highways
    CHAMA, N.M. — The countryside of the American Southwest is rich with reminders of an earlier, romantic time when cowboys, bandits and everyone in between roamed the hot, forbidding deserts and snowy mountain passes. If you can avoid cities,...
  • 40 New York hot spots

    New York has it all when it comes to food and drink. Here are 40 restaurants and bars, from the smart and sophisticated to late-night dives, worth checking out. Alder: This casual restaurant and bar on Second Avenue is the baby of Wylie Dufresne of wd-...
  • Big name bands on tap for Carnival Cruise Lines in 2014

    Big name bands on tap for Carnival Cruise Lines in 2014
    Carnival Cruise Lines is following the gameplan that theme parks have mastered, offering up big-name musical acts to drum up business. The Carnival Live Concert Series was announced Thursday with acts such as Jennifer Hudson, Jewel, Lady Antebellum and...
  • On the Spot: When to call the airline and when to call the OTA

    On the Spot: When to call the airline and when to call the OTA
    Horrendous storms. Political unrest. Sleep deprivation. Those are some of the issues that have tripped up travelers this summer. The travel@latimes.com inbox overflows with readers' complaints about various airlines, of course, but this year we've seen...
  • Miami welcomes new Norwegian Getaway

    Miami welcomes new Norwegian Getaway
    The newest ship on the seas is made its Miami debut as the Norwegian Getaway had a gala event at PortMiami featuring Pitbull and the ship's godmothers, the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders. "She's running like a well-oiled machine," said Norwegian Cruise...
  • Disney releases new 2015 cruise destinations

    Disney releases new 2015 cruise destinations
    Disney Cruise Line will be exploring the Norwegian fjords, Iceland and Faroe Islands for the first time in summer 2015, Disney announced Tuesday.  New itineraries are also set, including sailings from Copenhagen, Denmark to St. Petersburg, Russia....
  • Disney's oldest ship enjoying spring renewal

    Disney's oldest ship enjoying spring renewal
    Disney Cruise Line is basking in the reinvigorated Disney Magic, which made its big face-lift reveal last fall with a splash in Port Miami before migrating to Port Canaveral in January. Debuting in 1998, the oldest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet...
  • Return of Magic gives cruisers more Disney options at Port Canaveral

    Return of Magic gives cruisers more Disney options at Port Canaveral
    For the first time ever Disney Cruise Line is sailing three ships out of Port Canaveral, marking the beginning of a year of expansion for the cruise industry in Central Florida. The line repositioned the recently refurbished Disney Magic, which had been...
  • More cruise passengers lured by a private balcony

    More cruise passengers lured by a private balcony
    The Titanic didn't have them. Neither did the snooty Queen Elizabeth 2 or the swinging TV "Love Boat" Pacific Princess. But now many travelers refuse to cruise if they don't have a balcony cabin. "The first couple times I cruised I had a porthole...
  • A quick study in heartfelt international relations

    She had me at privyet. I had just delivered a talk in Romania on Jewish-Mormon relations (a niche topic, to be sure) at a church in Bucharest, and standing before me was Florina, a raven-haired beauty who greeted me in Russian after learning we had both...