It would be impossible to see everything Las Vegas has to offer in a single weekend, but you can certainly catch a few highlights with 48 hours in the Entertainment Capital of the World. Whether you’re a local showing around friends or a first-time visitor, there’s something for everyone.
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While "hot tub canoodlers" and "business bar boozers" receive their share of withering looks from their fellow hotel guests, no group inspires more wrath than inattentive parents.
Driving to Yellowstone National Park can result in a pretty long road trip. For families looking to give kids a chance to get out, play and stretch along the way, the "Real Pirates" exhibit at the Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls and the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana, are two options.
Jerome, Arizona's liveliest ghost town, has turned the bust of its mining wealth into a boom of tourism income.
Europe! Admit it: It's been on your bucket list for as long as you can remember. But if you've ever actually sat down and cranked out the numbers, you know paradise comes with a LARGE price tag. Reality bites.
A logical halfway stopover on the long journey from Las Vegas to Denver, Grand Junction, Colo., is a worthy destination in its own right.
Netflix is now boarding Virgin America flights: The companies have teamed up to offer free Wi-Fi to Netflix subscribers on select aircraft for unlimited video streaming above the clouds.
With the relaxation on U.S. travel restrictions to Cuba, many Americans are trying to figure out how to go to the island and what to do once they get there.
Aspen trees are turning on Mount Charleston, bringing a burst of color with October right around the corner.
It's no wonder that Ana Maria Junqueira liked Caesars Palace, The Venetian and Bellagio so much when she visited Las Vegas last week. They reminded her of her favorite place in the world, Rome, where she lived for a year before she began a career as a writer.
PRESCOTT, Ariz. — It seems a little too cute that the booths in The Palace Restaurant and Saloon are named for Wyatt Earp and his brothers, until you know that members of the famous clan and their family dentist/gunman, Doc Holliday, once lived in the central Arizona city and knew the historic saloon quite well.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings said on Saturday it was investigating claims that hackers had compromised registers in gift shops and restaurants at a large number of Hilton Hotel and franchise properties across the United States.
The Zion Narrows attracts hikers and adventurers from many parts of the world, but Southern Nevadans are fortunate enough to live within a few hours of this marvelous and unusual hike.
Utah bears the scars of many mining ventures. The Mormons who colonized the region in the mid-1800s diligently explored the territory for resources.
The National Park Service announced Monday that the use of electronic cigarettes is now banned anywhere tobacco smoking is prohibited in the national parks.
Sure, the first things that come to mind when you think "island escape" are white sands and palm trees. Maybe a coconut with a straw in it. But for those willing to look beyond the tropics, there are plenty of worthy island getaways around the world that have yet to appear on the tourism radar.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you're more than likely familiar with the Big Apple's big-hitters. Central Park, the Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue, Lady Liberty - we could go on. But what about the lesser sung wonders of this fierce, fast-paced and fabulous metropolis?
One of Southern Utah's most scenic byways connects the pioneer communities of Parowan and Panguitch over one of the highest routes in the state, gaining 4,500 feet in elevation. State Route 143 is known as the "Brian Head to Panguitch Lake Scenic Byway," as well as the "Patchwork Parkway," for its notably colorful scenery and its connection to a pioneer incident known as the Quilt Walk.
Even as the U.S. moved on Friday to ease travel and other restrictions to Cuba, Americans will still not be allowed to go to the Communist nation for "tourist activities," a U.S. official said.
American Airlines resumed flights Thursday after computer problems briefly grounded flights at three of its busiest airports.
While many people plan the majority of their trips during the summer when the kids are out of school, the fall is a great time to travel abroad. An expert gave tips on how to personalize a trip to Europe.
Malaysian photographer Fwukai Quah has wowed Vimeo users with a timelapse video of his home country showcasing a range of landscape across the 13 states of Malaysia.
Two new pop-up hotels constructed from sand in the Netherlands as part of the annual sand sculpture festivals in Sneek, Friesland and Oss, Brabant.
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