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  • Cassadaga spirit lives year-round

    Cassadaga spirit lives year-round
    A long time ago, the cozy spiritualist community of Cassadaga used to set up roadblocks on Halloween to keep out ghost-hunting revelers. Then a few years ago, Cassadaga briefly embraced All Hallow's Eve, with spooky decorations and themed events that...
  • I'm going to Africa, and I won't get Ebola

     I'm going to Africa, and I won't get Ebola
    When I tell friends I'm flying to Africa soon for a vacation with my husband and our young daughter, they react in one of two ways: elation (trip of a lifetime!) or horror (Ebola!). Of course, there's virtually no risk of my contracting the deadly...
  • Sensory Amsterdam

    Sensory Amsterdam
    Good travelers travel with all their senses, taking in a place's sights, sounds, and flavors to get the full experience. So, this past summer in Amsterdam, I engaged all my senses to connect with the culture. A key for really enjoying Amsterdam is to...
  • Adirondack Park a great American getaway in upstate New York

     Adirondack Park a great American getaway in upstate New York
    New York state is best known for the mega-metropolis that bears the same name, but it's also home to a mega-park, one of America's greatest natural wonders: Adirondack Park. As state tourism officials like to point out, the 6 million-acre wilderness...
  • Holiday travel: October is best bet for Christmas, Thanksgiving deals

    Holiday travel: October is best bet for Christmas, Thanksgiving deals
    It's not even the middle of October and I'm already worried — on your behalf — about booking Thanksgiving and year-end holiday travel. Why? Fuller-than-ever planes and increasing demand, thanks to a better economy. We don't often associate...
  • France: A high-fashion holiday shopping trip to Paris

    France: A high-fashion holiday shopping trip to Paris
    Bonjour, holiday shoppers. Add a little international flavor to your gift buying this year with a shopping spree in Paris. This Adventure Vacations budget trip, which offers four nights' accommodations at a choice of hotels in central Paris, includes...
  • Budget-friendly travel tips

    Budget-friendly travel tips
    With a winter that never seems to end, families are aching to enjoy some fun in the sun, turning their attention to a well-deserved getaway. According to a recent Bank of America survey, 46 percent of Americans plan on hitting the road and organizing...
  • Planning a Family Ski Trip

    Planning a Family Ski Trip
    With South Florida’s winter weather in the 80s, it can be easy to forget that the rest of the nation is often a lot colder than we are. But wonderlands of snow exist in the rest of the country, and they are only a plane ride away. If the Sochi...
  • Take a room at these haunted hotels, if you can last the night

    Take a room at these haunted hotels, if you can last the night
    The flickering flames can't seem to erase the chill that pervades the campfire. The plentiful goose bumps have nothing to do with the temperature. They're the result of the ghost stories being told. The storyteller swears these aren't far-fetched fables...
  • Cruising the Greek isles rich in history

    Cruising the Greek isles rich in history
    An image of island hopping and booze-fueled partying with jet-setters might be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of cruising around Greece, but think again. You can cruise the birthplace of Western civilization in a bit more thoughtful...
  • After kidnappings, beheadings, how dangerous is it out there for travelers?

    After kidnappings, beheadings, how dangerous is it out there for travelers?
    The beheadings of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff were as tragic as they were revolting, but they existed in something of a logical context. Both men were covering a war zone that few journalists (including me) have the guts to cover....