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  • Destination: Marriage

    Destination: Marriage
    Some couples fantasize about getting married under a waterfall in Costa Rica, on the pink sands of Bermuda, or in a castle in Spain. They picture the gorgeous backdrops that such a locale provides and don’t want to pose in front of a painted...
  • All About Travel: A look at the state of the honeymoon, both at home and abroad

    All About Travel: A look at the state of the honeymoon, both at home and abroad
    A lot of goes into a wedding; About a year of planning, on average, and upward of $20,000, give or take, depending on whom who ask. It makes sense that after all of that, a vacation – the honeymoon – is in order. Which, of course, is...
  • Several large LGBT events coming soon to Broward County

    LGBT tourism is on the upswing in Broward County and officials want to keep it that way. To help continue expansion in that market, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau is exploring potential growth avenues to attract more lesbian,...
  • From hotels to restaurants: Tips on tipping when you travel

    From hotels to restaurants: Tips on tipping when you travel
    Whether it be a vacation or a business trip, several people from the service industry come together to make sure your experience is as pleasant and hassle-free as possible when you're traveling. While in some cases a simple "thank you" may suffice, in...
  • Exploring Frankfurt, Germany's hub

    Exploring Frankfurt, Germany's hub
    Though it's often avoided by tourists (who use only the city's airport), Frankfurt's modern energy makes it a unique and entertaining city. Linking the wine-and-castles stretch of the Rhine to the north with the fairy-tale Romantic Road to the south,...
  • Pack light and carry on: Aer Lingus teaches a lesson with baggage fees

    I just returned from a vacation in Ireland, with a short break in Paris. I flew American Airlines on the way there and British Airways home. Neither charged for my one checked bag. But I flew Aer Lingus from Dublin to Paris and was charged 50 euros each...
  • Hong Kong and Paris chosen as Saveur's best food cities in the world

    What's the best city in the world for great food? Saveur magazine's experts say pack your bags for Hong Kong while readers prefer to eat their way through Paris. The Saveur Culinary Travel Awards 2014 announced last week point to the best cities,...
  • Transgender travel study shows there's work to be done

    Transgender travel study shows there's work to be done
    Broward County's tourism bureau has been marketing to the LGBT community since 1996, but results of a survey released Monday show extra effort is needed to attract more transgender travelers. In August, some 700 members of the transgender community...
  • Disney scales back its late-night event at Epcot

    Disney scales back its late-night event at Epcot
    Walt Disney World has scaled back one of its newest events, Epcot Food and Wine Late Nights Live. The $79 three-hour party during the Food & Wine Festival that starts this week was originally scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays. Disney has cut it...
  • Go Away With ... Caitriona Balfe

    Go Away With ... Caitriona Balfe
    Born in Monaghan, Ireland, a resident of Los Angeles and currently working around Glasgow, Scotland, actress Caitriona Balfe says she can relate to her time-traveling character, Claire Randall, in the Starz series "Outlander." "I've lived in Los Angeles...
  • Seniors on the Go: Oktoberfest, anybody?

    Seniors on the Go: Oktoberfest, anybody?
    You don't have to be German to enjoy hot sausage and cold beer, do you? And what's more German than Oktoberfest? Because some 20 percent of the American population can claim some sort of roots to Germany, you can find Oktoberfests in dozens of U.S. cities...