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  • Sanibel Island

    Ever since tourists discovered Sanibel a century ago, the parade of shell lovers, bird watchers and naturalists hasn't stopped. Today this island, three miles off Florida's southwest coast, is world-known for the shells that cover its sugar-colored...
  • Olympic deals for Vancouver, Canada? Not yet

    The world economy may be schussing down the fall line, but you would never know it from the price tags on lodging-and-ticket packages for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, which start at more than $3,000 for two nights. What's a cost-...
  • Planning your trip to Maine

    THE BEST WAY TO THE MAINE COAST From LAX, nonstop service to Boston is available on American, JetBlue, Virgin America and United; direct service (stop, no change of plane) is offered on Delta and Southwest; and connecting service (change of planes) is...
  • Council adjusts documents to add Sunset

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday night approved amendments to its maps, general plan and zoning to include Sunset Beach, and added provisions to prohibit marijuana dispensaries and to require short-term vacation rentals to complete the...
  • Hot Property: Ryan Seacrest is done playing host at Hollywood Hills estate

    Hot Property: Ryan Seacrest is done playing host at Hollywood Hills estate
    "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest has listed his gated Hollywood Hills estate for $14.95 million. The 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean, built in 1974, sits on nearly an acre of hilltop with canyon and city views. Remodeled during Seacrest's ownership,...
  • A presidential retreat in Kailua, Hawaii

    A presidential retreat in Kailua, Hawaii
    This laid-back beach town 12 miles northeast of Honolulu on windward Oahu has no hotels — which is just fine with the locals — but it can boast of being home to what some call the "winter White House." Kailua hosted the vacationing Obamas in...
  • Camping restyled: Modern campgrounds now have loads of extras

    Camping restyled: Modern campgrounds now have loads of extras
    When I was a child, camping in style meant sleeping in a trailer and not having to use a flashlight to find the bathroom. Today, the great outdoors is filled with everything from inflatable bounce pillows to cappuccino carts and Wi-Fi. I remember camping...
  • A click better than couch surfing

    A click better than couch surfing
    In 2008, two guys in San Francisco needed to pay rent. They knew all the hotels in town were sold out one week during a design conference, so they inflated a few air mattresses and advertised their makeshift Air Bed and Breakfast to people attending the...
  • Taking the right step with bare legs

    Taking the right step with bare legs
    If you're lovelorn and looking for answers, you won't find them here. But advice to the leg-lorn? You've come to the right place. It used to be that a well-dressed woman never went to work with her legs bare. Now, is wearing hosiery hopelessly dated? Read...
  • Vacation goes flat over rental van repair

    Q My family and I rented a van from Enterprise to drive to California. We were looking forward to the trip of our lives. We had planned to visit Disneyland, Universal Studios and, of course, the beach. Our trip to California went as planned. But as we...
  • Traveling Mother Earth

    Traveling Mother Earth
    I once hoped to be miraculously transformed into an eco-traveler on a trip to the Galapagos Islands or another exotic "eco" destination. But that proved financially impractical, so I began taking these baby steps toward "greenness" on my own. And with...