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  • Uppsala, Sweden's ancient capital and top college town

    Uppsala, Sweden's ancient capital and top college town
    Uppsala, Sweden's fourth-largest city, is the best side-trip from Stockholm -- just under an hour away by train. This happy town is Sweden's answer to Oxford, offering stately university facilities and museums, the home and garden of botanist Carl...
  • Rate parity: The battle to determine how you buy hotel rooms

    Rate parity: The battle to determine how you buy hotel rooms
    Did you ever wonder why a hotel room search returns identical or near-identical results from all the online travel agencies (OTAs) and metasearch engines? One major reason is that hotels and hotel chains typically have "rate parity" agreements with OTAs:...
  • Seniors on the Go: Customer satisfaction: Hotels hold steady, internet travel improves

    Seniors on the Go: Customer satisfaction: Hotels hold steady, internet travel improves
    Whenever big travel survey reports come out, everyone focuses on airlines. Maybe that's because most of you find airlines, however measured, to rate pretty low in quality and satisfaction. In a way, however, that's a bit strange, in that you experience...
  • How to take amazing travel photos? Slow down.

     How to take amazing travel photos? Slow down.
    I wasn't so surprised at Dan Westergren's reaction when I suggested that people tend to take too many photographs while traveling. He is a photographer, after all. But when I argued that taking too many photos takes people away from actually...
  • Dominica resort guarantees a heartwarming turtle experience

    Dominica resort guarantees a heartwarming turtle experience
    On the face of it, sea turtles aren't the most beautiful animals in the world. Certainly a cuddly cheetah cub or an almost-human gorilla has more physical appeal. Yet having helped release a newly hatched baby and watching my little guy waddle into an...
  • Long-life smart watch talks to iPhones and Androids

    Name: Pebble Steel What it is: As Apple Watches are still being rolled out, I tested this Bluetooth 4.0 smart watch, which pairs with iPhones 5-6 (iOS 7 or later) and Android 4.0 or newer via a free Pebble app. Its 2-by-1.4-inch stainless-steel case...
  • Photo book looks at the golden age of road trips

     Photo book looks at the golden age of road trips
    Road Trip: Roadside America from Custard's Last Stand to the Wigwam Restaurant Universe, $29.95 Who doesn't like a road trip? Architectural historian Richard Longstreth likes road trips and architecture. "Road Trip" features photographs of...
  • When's the best time to buy an airline ticket to Europe this summer?

    When's the best time to buy an airline ticket to Europe this summer?
    Americans thinking about going to Europe to cash in on the weak euro should fly at the beginning of May or the end of August to get the best prices on airfares. That's the word from travel booking website Hopper, which also says June is the most popular...
  • Celebrity Cruises chief Lisa Lutoff-Perlo aims to 'put the brand on the map'

    Celebrity Cruises chief Lisa Lutoff-Perlo aims to 'put the brand on the map'
    For cruise industry veteran Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, her four months as president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises have been something of a whirlwind. Lutoff-Perlo, 57, said she is developing a three- to five-year plan to "put the brand on the map in a big way."...
  • Cruises: Explore British Columbia's waterways aboard a schooner

    Cruises: Explore British Columbia's waterways aboard a schooner
    See cruising in a whole new light as you set sail aboard the classic 70-foot wooden schooner Passing Cloud to explore British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest. The nine-day Outer Shores Expeditions cruise sails through one of the world’s...
  • Filmmaker among 4 Americans killed on Everest

    A documentary filmmaker from Colorado was among four Americans killed in a Mount Everest avalanche triggered by the earthquake that shook Nepal. Thomas Ely Taplin, 61, was working on a film about the community of climbers at base camp and had been...