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  • 'Outlander' Interactive Map Takes Fans Inside Scottish Locations

    Fans of Starz's new series "Outlander" can now follow along with the characters' adventures through a new interactive map from VisitScotland. The map and companion launched today as part of the national tourism organisation's larger marketing campaign...
  • Tourism guru shares journey to creating a destination

    Tourism guru shares journey to creating a destination
    Roger Brooks travels 350 days per year and spends most of them trying to create a place where you want to be. Brooks, 61, a tourism consultant, has worked with more than 1,000 destinations in 45 states and places abroad since the early 1980s. This is an...
  • Mennello Museum of American Art's 2014-15 season

     Mennello Museum of American Art's 2014-15 season
    Exhibitions at the Mennello Museum of American Art during the 2014-15 season will focus first on the American West. In the new year, the museum's attention turns to female artists with works by Dale Kennington, Sang Roberson, Mary Whyte and pieces from...
  • Universal may start soon on building a fifth hotel

    Documents filed last week with Orange County indicate that construction could be imminent on a fifth Universal Orlando hotel. A "notice of commencement" was filed with the Orange County comptroller's office for excavation work in the same area where,...
  • Camping in Vegas? You can hitch up your RV near the Strip – for now

    Camping in Vegas? You can hitch up your RV near the Strip – for now
    Canadians Harley and Linda Sponagle are in the midst of a cross-continental camping adventure, navigating 15,000 miles of blue highway across North America before ending where they began, in Nova Scotia. Their 1995 Pleasure Way van with the "Visit...
  • Do top-flight, foreign airlines get unfair lift in U.S.?

     Do top-flight, foreign airlines get unfair lift in U.S.?
    The world's highest-rated overseas airlines have entered the Chicago market in recent years, including one last week, highlighting economic opportunity for Chicago but also fueling controversy about whether foreign carriers have an unfair advantage over...
  • Dave and Sue Sweet: Best tour guides ever in Europe

    I spent 17 blissful days touring the unspoiled countryside of France with Dave and Sue Sweet, based in New Zealand. We stayed in a beautiful châteaux in the middle of peaceful meadows. This charming duo has been running small-group tours (only six people)...
  • Meet Jason Travis, the movie buff in our midst

    Meet Jason Travis, the movie buff in our midst
    In the early days of the tourist boom that now has the city awash in bus-boat-foot tours, clogging the summer sidewalks, streets and river, I remember a "guide" on one of the boat tours who had, shall we say, a unique take on our town. He would point to...
  • More people, more development: What the Grand Canyon doesn't need

    More people, more development: What the Grand Canyon doesn't need
    To the editor: I am not an elitist hiker, but all the hours planning and completing a Grand Canyon hike earned me the right to enjoy the spectacular sights when I got to Phantom Ranch at the bottom. ("National Park Service calls development plans a threat...
  • Road Glide fans glad Harley bike is back

    Jay Johnson has been on many journeys with his Harley-Davidson Road Glide, including a 600-mile round trip to Marquette, Mich., for a Big Boy hamburger that he couldn't find any closer to home. On another road trip, in the South, Johnson and his bike...
  • Uncovering the mysteries of Steely Dan

    Although they are on tour together as Steely Dan at the moment, Donald Fagen and Walter Becker have little reason to interact with the media. The current theater shows are easy to sell out, the last album they had to promote was more than a decade ago,...