I am thankful that our Rick Steves' European Christmas special has become a standard part of public television holiday scheduling. Most stations run i...
You don't have to be Christian, or even religious, to appreciate these fascinating churches from around the world.
With Easter just around the corner, kid-friendly resortsare offering spring savings along with bunny-themed events and thousands upon thousands of hidden eggs.
On the menus: vanilla-dipped brioche French toast, a milk chocolate nest, seafood bars and more.
Do you want to vacation in a flat in Florence, or a cottage in Canada, or a mansion in Mexico for free? The place to begin is to join a house exchange club. The good news is there are more than 70 clubs to choose from. The bad news is there are more than 70 clubs to choose from.
There's something in the water at ORD. It was interesting to see the slight differences in the way folks traveling through the different airports vented their anger.
Please do not wait until the last minute, because the situation could turn out bad.
There's no sugarcoating it: visits to friends or family members' homes can sometimes be excruciatingly difficult.
Calling all Presidential (Inauguration) hopefuls! In contrast to the high cost of travel to attend the inaugural events of 2009, those hoping to be a part of this year's historic weekend will find getting to and staying in the nation's capital much more attainable.
Perhaps it's my Vermont blood, but a little inclement weather has never been a deterrent to adventure. In fact, it virtually boils when wind, snow and ice become excuses for inaction, especially when it comes to travel. Cold many contract the bones, but it expands horizons.
El Día de Los Reyes Magos (The Day of the Three Kings) is the most anticipated holiday of the year for Spanish children. Also known as Epiphany, it's celebrated 12 days after Christmas and marks the day Los Reyes Magos, the Three Kings from the East, brought gold and gifts to the newly-born Baby Jesus.
My cheerfulness sounds forced to me as I chatter incessantly on the way to the airport. There is little traffic, and for once, I wish for a delay, just a short delay so I can sit beside my son a little longer.
Despite the cold, with the thermometer often sinking below freezing, mothers in thick coats pushing baby carriages swaddled in blankets were as common as bakers with their loaves. And all around me, the world's languages and their owners drifted past, evidence that Christmas markets attract international visitors. Russian couples here, Turkish there, a moment of Italian lyric vowels and a French family outfitting their kids with wool mittens.
What with hackers compromising door locks and databases and -- as happened to me last week -- wall safes coming off their hinges, how can you expect to relax in your hotel room and feel safe?
t's not a power trip for us, it's a simple power down for you. Just do it. You know what we're talking about. The time has come. Just. Turn. Them. Off.
I resolve to turn off my "work brain" when on a trip.