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  • Boycotted inn fights back with strippers

    One young mother from Tillamook gathers her five children and drives two scenic miles to go beachcombing at a quaint hideaway off U.S. Highway 101. Another young Tillamook mother slips into a skimpy, form-fitting black gown and steers to the same town to...
  • A George Orwell tour, with stops in Scotland, England, India and more

    Twenty-five years beyond "1984," we're still living in George Orwell's world. Or at least the queen of England is. In March, Queen Elizabeth surprised a few people by giving the visiting president of Mexico a copy of George Orwell's dystopian classic...
  • Outer Banks lures vacationers barrier island beaches on the Atlantic Ocean

    The Outer Banks of North Carolina, one of the prime vacation spots on the East Coast, is an easy two-hour drive from Hampton Roads. Famous for its family-oriented entertainment, the area offers miles of beautiful white beaches, amusements and historical...
  • Bargainomics Deals

    These great deals come to you from the Bargainomics Lady Judy Bates, courtesy of Bargainomics.com: Local bargains: (1)             Rite Aid:  If you have to keep a check on your glucose level, you’ll want to hear this.  Now through April 12 you...
  • A room with a view and then some

    The worst thing about being a tourist in Paris is feeling like one. No matter how proud you are to be an American, you'd still rather sashay down the Parisian boulevards feeling you possess a touch of that uniquely French je ne sais whatever. And here's...
  • When the hotel cost's too high, try the home rental or swap

    If you want your sheets changed daily, your breakfast delivered to your room or even the reassurance of knowing the toilet has been sanitized, you may be a candidate for an overnight stay in one of the 48,000 properties that populate the U.S. lodgings...
  • Questions and Answers straight from the White House

    Borrowers Who Are Current on Their Mortgage Are Asking: 1. What help is available for borrowers who stay current on their mortgage payments but have seen their homes decrease in value? Under the Homeowner Affordability and Stability Plan, eligible...
  • Senior is denied rental car overseas

    Question: My wife and I try to make one major trip abroad a year. This year we thought we would go to Northern Ireland in September, but every auto rental agency I've contacted has a maximum age for a car rental. I happen to be 82. Is there any way I...
  • Booking green

    Booking green
    Orbitz is featuring energy-efficient hotels at www.eco.orbitz.com. These properties have earned an "ENERGY STAR" label from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency because they use nearly 40 percent less energy than average buildings and emit 35...
  • Make retirement purchases before leaving work

    Dreaming of retiring and then sailing the world? You may want to try it the other way around. Big-ticket purchases at or early into retirement can crush even well-funded portfolios, experts say, particularly if they are accompanied by a period of poor...
  • Tips on renting a vacation home

    Here, based on my own adventures and conversations with several experts, are 14 things to know about vacation rentals. 1. Know whom to call when the AC breaks down: Get your host's cellphone number -- and his handyman's. Sure, it's nice if your host...