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  • Trip Tips: Georgia's Caucasian charm lures hikers and hipsters

    TBILISI (Reuters) - A history spanning centuries and civilizations, churches perched atop green mountains and inexpensive food and wine are just a few of the draws of the small Caucasian country of Georgia. Nestled between Russia, Turkey, Armenia and...
  • With free visas, Thailand tells Chinese tourists 'please come back soon'

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - To make vacationing in a country still under martial law a little more attractive, Thailand's military junta is offering tourists from China free visas. Chinese are the biggest visitors to Thailand, accounting for 18 percent of total...
  • Travel Channel Greenlights Ellen DeGeneres' 'Hello Goodbye' and 4 Other Series

    Travel Channel has greenlit five new series Shannon O'Neill, including an airport-set project from Ellen DeGeneres' banner. The new entries are all designed to "illustrate the expansive range of travel entertainment by informing, engaging and inspiring...
  • Post-Labor Day Travel Deals

    Post-Labor Day Travel Deals
    Here's a bargain travel tip: Plan to head to your vacation destination when most folks are heading home. In other words, schedule your trip as close as possible to when the season changes and you'll pay a lot less than what others were paying just a few...
  • Go Away With ... Sheila E.

    Go Away With ... Sheila E.
    In her new book, "The Beat of My Own Drum: A Memoir" (Atria, $26), musician Sheila E. talks candidly about her rise to fame, her engagement to Prince and the backstory to how Lionel Richie ended up adopting her niece, Nicole. An avid traveler, the 56-...
  • Getting there is half the fun for UCLA football

    A loud thump — followed by an even louder curse — echoes from somewhere inside a cavernous semi trailer parked near the UCLA practice field. It is Monday morning, five days before the football season opener in Virginia, and the student...
  • VanDyke traveled in Libya with slain journalists

    VanDyke traveled in Libya with slain journalists
    Matthew VanDyke, the self-styled "Arab Spring Freedom Fighter" from Baltimore, was a friend of the two American journalists who were beheaded by Islamic State militants. VanDyke met James Foley and Steven Sotloff during his travels in Libya, and it...
  • 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...
  • New Mexico's golf courses primed for fall

     New Mexico's golf courses primed for fall
    A hot-air balloon, yellow and red and as big as a house, just cleared the treetops, then descended onto the golf course with a series of urgent "wooshes" from its propane burner. The wicker gondola bounced and bumped along the fairway for about 10...
  • Taking off on round-the-world trips (with teens, with dog)

    Taking off on round-the-world trips (with teens, with dog)
    SEATTLE Imagine packing up your life, getting on a motorcycle and traveling around the world. It sounds crazy and impossible, especially for adults saddled by a mortgage, a job and family obligations. But Seattle natives Mike and Shannon Mills and...
  • 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,...