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  • Market-style reforms widen racial divide in Cuba

    HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's experiment with free-market reforms has unintentionally widened the communist-led island's racial divide and allowed white Cubans to regain some of the economic advantages built up over centuries. Under President Raul Castro,...
  • 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’...
  • 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...
  • The Thrifty Traveler: Perfecting pet travel

    The Thrifty Traveler: Perfecting pet travel
    Long-term travel with large-breed dogs is absolutely rewarding. As we near the three-month mark of traveling the United States with our Labrador, we are thrilled with the memories we've been able to make, and the deeper level our relationship with her has...
  • Vacations by the book

    Vacations by the book
    Carla Hayden is one of Baltimore's best-known book lovers, one who has spent 21 years at the helm of the city's Enoch Pratt Free Library. When the busy bibliophile takes time off to travel, she appreciates accommodations where books are part of the...
  • How to get the most out of traveling just off-peak

    How to get the most out of traveling just off-peak
    Everyone loves a bargain, and when it comes to travel, most of us are always on the lookout for that sweet deal on lodging, an affordable cruise or a cheap flight. Flexibility often is the key to finding deals. Much of travel to Europe is June through...
  • Highest hotel occupancy in 20 years expected, but rates going up too

    Highest hotel occupancy in 20 years expected, but rates going up too
     U.S. hotels are on pace to report the highest occupancy level in 20 years, an industry study says, as the economy rebounds and travel demand strengthens. The downside -- higher room rates. Hotel occupancy levels will rise to 64.1% in 2014 and 64.8%...
  • Swiss bliss: Hiking the Swiss Alps

    Swiss bliss: Hiking the Swiss Alps
    This year, a highlight of my European summer was the day I spent hiking in the Berner Oberland region of the Swiss Alps. I was with a wonderful group of traveling friends, all eager for a ramble in the high country. Fortunately, you don't have to be a...
  • Travel deals: Why you should book Thanksgiving flights by Labor Day

    Travel deals: Why you should book Thanksgiving flights by Labor Day
    If you haven't bought airline tickets for Thanksgiving yet, get searching. Travel planning websites say airfares drop around Labor Day -- and those who wait until October or November could pay a lot more for their Turkey Day getaway. It's also a time...
  • 7-night Caribbean cruise for $549, and more travel trips and tips

    7-night Caribbean cruise for $549, and more travel trips and tips
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that have come across our desk recently: A seven-night Caribbean cruise with a balcony cabin for just $549 per person double occupancy is a good deal. The Online Vacation...
  • The idyllic Hawaii

    The idyllic Hawaii
    After we heard buzzing overhead in the thick Hawaiian jungle for the second or third time, I asked our ponytailed guide, Gregorson Rider, the source of the noise. "Helicopter?" I said. "Tours from Maui," he replied, referring to Molokai's famous...