We all have them. Places that, in short, just make us happy. Where the sirens and deadlines and back pains and bills and meetings and "Mommy!!!" all melt away. Where you can sit and just be content where you are in that moment.
From coffin racing in Manitou Springs, Colo., to a witch-themed ball in Salem, Mass., U.S. News Travel found seven of the spookiest Halloween festivities happening around the USA.
"The first thing people mention is how surprisingly livable it seems. If you come here and stay in a hotel in midtown Manhattan, it's hard to imagine how people can sustain it. But if you get out on the quiet streets of Brooklyn it feels very homey."
Even in these last few weeks of the summer travel season, we continue to hear summer songs that capture the spirit of the season or stir memories of waterside romance. But how many were inspired by an actual location?
We dig a hotel with a gorgeous view, so it's no surprise we can't stop staring at the photos of these 14 rooftop bars.
Summer's here, it's time to celebrate your independence this Fourth of July -- without paying through the nose.
If you make your way to The Big Apple and are looking to find some things to do in NYC without breaking the bank, we've got the best itinerary for you.
Greenwich Village and Union Square, two adjacent New York neighborhoods in Manhattan, share the distinction of having colorful political pasts and lively cultural presents.
Tons of visitors descend upon New York City during the holidays, and for good reason. After all, few places boast such a cheery holiday spirit with beautiful window displays, Christmas lights galore and holiday pop-up shops on every corner.
The bastion of all things cool, who knew lower Manhattan was now run by hipsters under four feet tall?
Your brownstones provide balance against skyscrapers and your warehouses provide spaces for industries both small and large.
New York has more to offer than the glittering lights of Times Square or the chic shops lining SoHo's streets -- it also has one of the greatest food scenes in the entire world.
Notorious as a hub for not only cultural activities but also foodie-ism gone rampant, the Big Apple's options are so vast, they could make even the most seasoned traveler run back to the airport. But fear not - we've come up with a handy guide on where to eat near all the big sights.
In Manhattan's China Town, dragons are parading through the streets and hundreds of people are visiting Buddhist temples to pray for good fortune. Across the world, others do the same.
Williamsburg is a neighborhood partially frozen in transition. The boom brought in a new set of glass-and-steel high rises, but the 2009 bust stopped much of the development in its tracks.
With Greenpoint's large Polish population, you can close your eyes, inhale the scents from nearby bakeries and feel like you're in Europe. Then a hipster walks by.