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  • Florida travel calendar for September

    Florida travel calendar for September
    Check out festivals and events in September across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida Including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County Aug. 29-31: Central Florida Film...
  • Seniors on the Go: Long flight? Take a mid-course break

    Seniors on the Go: Long flight? Take a mid-course break
    If you're planning a long-distance overseas trip -- one of those 18-hour marathon nonstops, or even worse, two 12-hour flights with a connection, you might want to take a stopover at an intermediate point, especially when the normal itinerary is back-to-...
  • Deceptions du jour for the summer

    Deceptions du jour for the summer
    Ten years ago, I compiled a list of some of the travel industry's false and misleading pricing techniques, using the metaphor of a man who observed various promotions as he walked along a city street. First, he saw an appliance dealer featuring a "side-...
  • Go Away With ... Tom Ellis

    Go Away With ... Tom Ellis
    Born in Wales, Tom Ellis made a name for himself in the BBC soap opera "EastEnders." The actor, 35, now stars as Dr. William Rush in the USA Network's new medical drama, "Rush." He calls London home, but is currently based out of Vancouver shooting his...
  • Tourism tax, rate hike before high court

    Tourism tax, rate hike before high court
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Supreme Court began an annual summer break last week, taking a breather from its routine of issuing opinions each Thursday in complex legal disputes. But justices will face major issues when they return from the break...
  • Orlando gets another year of home builders' show

    Orlando gets another year of home builders' show
    Orlando has nailed down the 2025 home builders' show, one of the largest construction conventions and exhibitions in the world, Visit Orlando has announced. The show jumps back and forth every couple of years between Orlando and Las Vegas, so it's not a...
  • Web Buzz: TripExpert combines reviews to score hotels

    Are you sick of searching through crowd-sourced hotel reviews while trying to figure out if the bed will be good enough? A solution is here. Name: www.TripExpert.com What it does: TripExpert assigns a hotel a score based on reviews in 20-plus...
  • Arthur's hit 'minimal,' NC governor says, but flooding and power outages are still issues

    RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina avoided major damage from Hurricane Arthur, Gov. Pat McCrory said Friday morning, and conditions up and down the coast are improving but flooding and about 44,000 power outages still afflict an area that usually has one of its...
  • Wary North Carolina coast braces as Category 2 Hurricane Arthur makes landfall

    RALEIGH, N.C. Coastal residents and those vacationers who did not evacuate Thursday braced overnight for the arrival of Hurricane Arthur, a storm whose intensity and track grew more ominous as it drew closer to North Carolina. Arthur made landfall late...
  • On the doorstep of Door County

    On the doorstep of Door County
    Interstate Highway 43 is the fastest way for Chicagoans to get to Door County, one of Wisconsin's best-known summer vacation destinations. It's also the best way to miss out on Lake Michigan's more rural and budget-friendly shoreline. Just south of...
  • 'Land Ho!'? It all began with an Icelandic travel brochure

     'Land Ho!'? It all began with an Icelandic travel brochure
    The quirky senior buddy comedy "Land Ho!" may be the first movie inspired by a vacation brochure and a very outrageous doctor. Independent filmmaker Martha Stephens was planning a vacation trip with her husband to Iceland last year but her thoughts kept...