A JetBlue flight attendant shares her recent itinerary.
Scientists have determined that shushing about the backcountry of Vermont offers a state that transcends relaxation. New research supports the contention that spending time in The Green Mountain state helps control negative stress, obesity, perhaps even heart disease and dementia.
Living in Los Angeles I felt a poverty of the senses; the stifling of authentic exposure. I shared my experiences of a dozen years ago in Vermont, and how I wished I could recapture that sense of calm and brightness. "You're suffering from Vermont Deficit Disorder," he explained. "But there is a cure."
Getting into the Reichstag, Berlin's parliament building, has been difficult over the last few years due to changing security and entrance procedures. Things have finally settled down.
Vatican City generally prepares for large crowds during Easter, but now it's likely there will be enormous crowds of people.
Most villas and resorts perch along the Ayung River, harboring some sublime views of jungle, rice terraces, and gorges.
The place is quiet but for birdsong, wind and arthritic groan of the mangroves themselves. The only loud colors are on the snails that seek out the Gumbo Limbo trees, a relief from floral apparel.
How to spend a day in Fiji: fresh fruit, picked from trees a few feet away from the table, for breakfast; then walk into the water and wait for something beautiful to happen. You won't be waiting long.
Keukenhof Gardens is truly beautiful. The sheer scale immerses you in color and fragrance.
Here you will be awed by the forest of 850 stone columns topped by red-and-white-striped arches in an architectural style that not only spans centuries (the 8th to the 10th), but also religions.
Sixteen turquoise lakes are linked by cascades of all shapes and sizes. It is truly a watery wonderland where wooden walkways take you over, under and through the rushing water.
When we look at the U.S. State Department's Travel Advisory list, we see limitless potential for amazing adventures, including skiing the Middle East, desert treks to remote indigenous villages and lazing on white sand beaches across Africa. Based on our research of these dangerous locations, we've come up with the list of the hottest destinations of the future.
There's a good reason the streets are always so deserted on Sundays.
It has always been my belief that if you can communicate with locals in another country, you can have an authentic, personal experience no matter where you are. But Myanmar (Burma) was daunting. I couldn't read the script, couldn't comprehend one word of what people were saying and, when I opened my mouth, no one could understand me either. Then I made a connection.
Bikini bodies are hot but great food is equally as sexy!
While I was in the country, the President was opening a vast ski resort in the Shahdagh region complete with five star facilities. This sort of news is fairly common.