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  • What you can expect for Labor Day 2014

    What you can expect for Labor Day 2014
    Look at it this way: You have to work two more days, but then you get to play for three. Labor Day weekend — the last long weekend of the summer — means beaches, shopping, travel, family outings and lots of time to chill. This year, more...
  • UCF strives to block out distractions at 'castle' outside Dublin

    UCF strives to block out distractions at 'castle' outside Dublin
    DUBLIN — The grand stage of the Croke Park Classic hit UCF players early Wednesday morning when their bus passed through the gated entrance of the Carton House Resort, their home for the rest of the week. Players rubbed the sleep out of their eyes...
  • Weekend Escape: Golf with Frank Lloyd Wright in Plumas County, Calif.

    Weekend Escape: Golf with Frank Lloyd Wright in Plumas County, Calif.
    It took only three-quarters of a century to realize Frank Lloyd Wright's vision for a golf clubhouse. But instead of being constructed in his native Wisconsin, as Wright had planned, the building forms the centerpiece of a resort in ruggedly beautiful...
  • In Vegas' neon mecca, food stars shine bright

    In Vegas' neon mecca, food stars shine bright
    LOS ANGELES --  What happens in Vegas is now splashed across food blogs and foodie Twitter feeds, as the "Sin" in Sin City more often refers to overindulging at a celebrity chef's restaurant than gambling, drinking and cavorting with pole dancers. A...
  • In Vegas' Neon Mecca, Food Stars Shine Bright

    What happens in Vegas is now splashed across food blogs and foodie Twitter feeds, as the "Sin" in Sin City more often refers to overindulging at a celebrity chef's restaurant than gambling, drinking and cavorting with pole dancers. A constellation of...
  • Hotels wrongly ramp up extra fees, just like airlines

    The following editorial appeared in the Raleigh News & Observer on Thursday, Aug. 28: The airlines started it, this business of adding extra fees to travel, for baggage and the like. But hotels, The Associated Press reported this week, are signing on...
  • Hotels to collect record $2.25 billion in guest fees

    Hotels to collect record $2.25 billion in guest fees
    Internet connection fees, bag checking charges and reservation cancellation costs. Most Americans have grown accustomed to nickel-and-dime charges from the airline industry. But hotels and resorts are also taking a bite out of their guests’...
  • In Katmai National Park, Alaska, up close with bears pursuing salmon

    In Katmai National Park, Alaska, up close with bears pursuing salmon
    In the Alaska of my mind, it is always summer. A bear stands hip-deep in glacial runoff, swatting salmon and swallowing them whole. Eagles wheel overhead. Moose meander in the bush. The theme from "Northern Exposure" echoes across the tundra. The real...
  • Learning the wonders of the sharing economy in trip to Denver

    Learning the wonders of the sharing economy in trip to Denver
    Meet my friends Joanna, Jo and Brenton, and Beth. They really helped me out on my recent trip to Denver. Joanna lent me her car. Jo gave up his room and crashed in Brenton's room so I would have a place to sleep. Beth invited me for a lovely dinner....
  • Hotel occupancy, rates increased again in July

    Hotel occupancy, rates increased again in July
    Hotels in Central Florida posted more good numbers in July as tourism continued its rebound. Both hotel occupancy rates and average daily room rates rose compared with the same time last year, according to STR, a travel research firm. Average...
  • Seminole banks on new youth sports complex to help local economy

    Seminole banks on new youth sports complex to help local economy
    Seminole County is about to enter the big leagues of youth sports — joining a multibillion-dollar industry that caters to a growing army of families who travel across the country to watch their kids compete in sports tournaments. The county's...