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  • Hot spots for affordable Internet access while traveling

    Hot spots for affordable Internet access while traveling
    Staying connected on the road can be costly, especially if you're staying in a hotel that charges you on top of what you're already paying for your room. Major wireless companies offer hot spots, but they can set you back quite a bit. Verizon, for...
  • When travel insurance that's beyond the standard policy makes sense

    Question: A San Diego reader booked tickets for himself and his family for a vacation in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, a Caribbean resort known for its beaches and golf courses. Tickets booked, airline reservations made and ... wait, what's this virus...
  • Resort fees: Can a vacationer refuse to pay them?

    Resort fees: Can a vacationer refuse to pay them?
    Ken and Donna went on vacation and encountered some steep "resort fees," which can run as much as $50 a day. They want to know: Do you have to pay these things? ASK LAZ: Smart answers to consumer questions The Federal Trade Commission warned...
  • Commuting app RideScout has former transportation commissioner as adviser

    Commuting app RideScout has former transportation commissioner as adviser
    Gabe Klein, who quit his job as Chicago transportation commissioner last November and moved back to Washington, is about to become a proud papa. On two fronts, actually. Klein's wife, Stephanie Plummer Klein, is nine months pregnant, he told your...
  • Thinner seats in back leave more room for high-paying fliers up front

    Thinner seats in back leave more room for high-paying fliers up front
    If you fly in the economy section, it may seem lately that you're sharing the cabin with more passengers than ever. In fact, a new analysis suggests that some airlines are carrying slightly fewer passengers per plane, but it may seem crowded because...
  • Disney to Invest Another $800 Million In Shanghai Resort

    Adding to one of its largest foreign investments to date, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the company will pour an extra $800 million into Shanghai Disney Resort, expanding the park's overall cost by over 10%. Speaking at the Milken Global...
  • Tips for finding your perfect beach rental this summer

    Tips for finding your perfect beach rental this summer
    At some point, four people sharing two double beds and one bathroom gets old. The maid service doesn't compensate for the stale muffins in the lobby and coffee you have to make on the desk. It's time to look into renting a house or condo at the beach....
  • Susan Spano talks about great trips, wild dogs and her new book

    Susan Spano talks about great trips, wild dogs and her new book
    Susan Spano’s name might ring a bell. It appeared in the pages of the Los Angeles Times 941 times from 1998 through 2009, when Spano served as a staff travel writer and columnist. Before that, she wrote the Frugal Traveler column for the New York...
  • Seniors on the Go: Summer travel, hotwire version

    Seniors on the Go: Summer travel, hotwire version
    This summer, you can look for hotel rates in the U.S. to be up some 7 percent over last year, airfares to be up only 2 percent, and car rental rates to be down 8 percent, if you buy now. That's the current finding from Hotwire, the big online agency...
  • Go Away With ... Ransom Riggs

    Go Away With ... Ransom Riggs
    Filmmaker and New York Times bestselling author Ransom Riggs is best known for his "Miss Peregrine" books ("Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and "Hollow City: The Second Novel of Miss Peregrine's Children"). An avid traveler, Riggs, 35, says...
  • Richard Gray, managing director for the LGBT market at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau

    Richard Gray, managing director for the LGBT market at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Q: Tell me about your job. We are pioneers in this tourism segment and are the only convention and visitors bureau in North America with an employee whose sole responsibility is the LGBT market. Our first initiative launched in 1996 with a $35,000...