From the tip of Maine to the Florida Keys, America's Eastern region is a diverse area filled with just about every type of terrain an active traveler could want: mountains, marshes, lakes, cliffs, forests and so much more.
Disney World is a lot of things, but cheap? You're dreaming if you think you can bring a "tight budget" with you to the theme park. Well, dream on... and see how far you can stretch your dollar at Disney World's Magic Kingdom theme park!
While many of our national parks welcome millions of visitors each year (think Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon), others are far-flung, remote, or simply under the radar. Check out these 10 national parks for trails less traveled and uncover an America you never knew existed.
In 2012, O'Hare was the fifth busiest airport in the world. That's a lot of people coming from and going to a lot of places. Coming in for a landing? You'll want a guide to help you get in, around and out.
The Pacific Northwest is the ultimate outdoor experience -- hiking the cool, majestic old-growth forests of the Pacific Peninsula, the majestic snow-capped peaks, boating or kayaking the crystal blue mountain lakes or exploring the miles of scenic coast.
For those who appreciate the benefits of a little Sunday morning culinary hedonism, we scoured the country for the best places to sip and sup in style. Whether you're craving classic scrambled eggs and bacon or braised short ribs with chilaquiles, your hunger pangs will be more than satisfied.
ust two weeks ago, I found myself in Cleveland on a sort of mini vacation/sabbatical. Now, if a record-scratch moment just happened in your head, let me confirm that you did, in fact, read that correctly. I went to Cleveland for vacation.