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  • Universal Orlando CityWalk lacks scooters some seek

     Universal Orlando CityWalk lacks scooters some seek
    Sue McCue wondered if she'd ever make it back to her car. McCue, who lives in Ocala, hadn't realized when she went to see Cheap Trick at Hard Rock Live in Universal Orlando's CityWalk that the concert venue lies almost a half mile away from the resort's...
  • As economy improves, L.A. and O.C. rise in traffic congestion rankings

    Several years ago, it looked as if the Los Angeles-Orange county area had finally shaken its reputation as the king of congestion. Studies showed that Chicago and Washington, D.C., had eclipsed this region as the nation's leader in sluggish commutes....
  • Low-fare airlines to Europe next Summer: Early look

    Low-fare airlines to Europe next Summer: Early look
    "Fly to London for $99!" You probably saw those excited press reports about spectacularly low fares WOW Air hyped for its new flights starting next March. By now, those ultra-low fare seats have probably sold out, but the line will still have some...
  • Disney Cruise Line to return to Puerto Rico, adds new destinations

    Disney Cruise Line to return to Puerto Rico, adds new destinations
    Disney Cruise Line today announced new destinations on its Caribbean itineraries for 2016. Sailing out of Port Canaveral, the line has added Tortola, British Virgin Islands to its list of destinations for certain 7-night eastern Caribbean sailings...
  • Seniors on the Go: High-end vacation rental -- sometimes a good value

    Seniors on the Go: High-end vacation rental -- sometimes a good value
    Cheapest isn't always the best choice: Look at the lousy product you get on a cheap airline ticket. That's why I never talk about "saving" money: After all, the best way to save money on travel is to stay home. What I really focus on is good value, not...
  • The Dingle Peninsula: Pure Ireland

    The Dingle Peninsula: Pure Ireland
    In Ireland, you drive on the left. For that reason, I take my time in a car there, especially when doing a do-si-do up and over scenic mountain roads. I slowly weave down the dramatic Conor Pass, spilling out into the rugged Dingle Peninsula. My Irish...
  • 'Honeymooners' Musical to Premiere Next Year

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton will belt out the big notes when "The Honeymooners," the new musical based on the hit 1950s TV series, premieres at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Conn., next fall with a commercial...
  • Get greater vacation value with wilderness getaways

    Get greater vacation value with wilderness getaways
    When it comes to affordable getaway options, wilderness retreats have a great deal to offer. With plenty of free and cost-effective activities built into the experience, there are lots of things to love about the impact these types of trips have on your...
  • Booking a hotel for sports tournaments

    Booking a hotel for sports tournaments
    During the tryouts for the travel team, you knew this day would come: You’re spending the weekend at a hotel, not of your choosing, for an extended competition. But veteran sports families and travel experts have a few tips for making the most of...
  • Wow Air plans no-frills flights between Iceland and Boston, Baltimore

    Wow Air plans no-frills flights between Iceland and Boston, Baltimore
    Low-cost carrier Wow Air will begin flying between Reykjavik and the East Coast with connections to European cities in the spring. Airfares start at $99 each way. Wow's announcement last week said it would begin round-trip flights five days a week...
  • Play in the mud on the Netherlands' north coast

    Play in the mud on the Netherlands' north coast
    We'd been trudging across the mud flats at low tide for about 20 minutes with only the gentle crunch of footsteps when a loud sucking sound sliced the air. In almost perfect unison I lurched forward into the oyster-colored mud with a yip. Elbows forward...