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  • Tiny Suriname a world of diverse cultures

    Tiny Suriname a world of diverse cultures
    The spectacle that is this city's Central Market could be a metaphor for the cultural melange that is Suriname. In stalls outside under the blazing equatorial sun, an ethnic mix of vendors offered fresh and smoked fish, fruits and vegetables, fish eggs,...
  • Weekend Escape: Royal Peacock Mine, Nev.

    How cool would it be to escape for a few days for free, without being hustled to buy a timeshare? The Wilson family won't promise your trip to their Royal Peacock mine will pay for itself, but it's possible your discovery will more than pay the cost of...
  • Kevin Hunt: Expedia's $43 Rate At New Punta Cana Resort Too Good To Be True?

    Kevin Hunt: Expedia's $43 Rate At New Punta Cana Resort Too Good To Be True?
    Expedia is so sure of its travel prices that it offers a best-price guarantee that matches any lower price found within 24 hours of booking. It refunds the difference and issues a $50 travel coupon. But what happens when a traveler books a trip to a...
  • Looking at San Francisco through Google Glass

    Looking at San Francisco through Google Glass
    After you slip on Google Glass — the new computer you wear on your face — you get things rolling with the voice command, "OK, Glass." Then you tell the eyeglass-like contraption what you want it to do — take a picture, shoot a video,...
  • Family travel five: Put your relaxation into overdrive

    Family travel five: Put your relaxation into overdrive
    Road trip! Pile in a car and cruise our scenic byways. Here are five to consider: 1 The Beartooth Highway. Visitors who travel this extraordinary byway experience the visual trifecta of Montana, Wyoming and Yellowstone Park, home to the Absaroka and...
  • Tourist areas beef up nighttime options

    Tourist areas beef up nighttime options
    Orlando's theme parks and other developers are making big investments in revamping or building entertainment complexes where tourists dine, shop, dance and see shows at night. Downtown Disney is undergoing a huge makeover, doubling its number of dining,...
  • Consumer Reports: Staying Healthy While Traveling

    Travelers lay a lot of groundwork for summer vacations by researching locations, airfares and the best hotel deals, Consumer Reports notes. But planning how to stay healthy (and what to do if they get sick) usually isn't part of their preparation....
  • Should You Accept Last-Minute Flight Upgrade Offer?

    Judith Patrizzi did it. So did Linda Petzler. They said "yes" when their airline asked whether they were interested in paying extra for a premium seat just before boarding — a kind of offer that's becoming increasingly common in the travel...
  • New South Florida hotels bring buzz, options

    New South Florida hotels bring buzz, options
    The newest hotels in South Florida are already making a name for themselves. Open just since March, the Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach has earned the top spot for the city on TripAdvisor, followed in second place by another newcomer, The Redbury...
  • Taking the Kids -- and meeting future baseball superstars on Cape Cod

    Taking the Kids -- and meeting future baseball superstars on Cape Cod
    Which one? Which one will be the next baseball superstar? We're sitting on the grass with several hundred parents and kids on a balmy summer night in Falmouth, Massachusetts on Cape Cod watching the Falmouth Commodores play the Orleans Firebirds....
  • Toronto streetcars let visitors get to know the city

     Toronto streetcars let visitors get to know the city
    A subway train travels faster, but it can't compare with the feeling aboard a good, old-fashioned trolley. Even a slow one. The people of Toronto are passionate about theirs. Only don't call them trolleys. Here, they're streetcars. Maybe it's the...