The ghost town of Delamar was once one of Nevada’s richest gold producers. Today its ruins nestle against a serrated range of wooded mountains south of U.S. Highway 93 on the way to Caliente.
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Memorial Day weekend is here, along with the opportunity to head out on vacation and bond with your family again. Luckily, Priceline.com just released its top 25 destinations for Memorial Day weekend.
To tip or not to tip? That is the question. Tipping in the U.S. is fairly black and white, but the rules get complicated — and incredibly varied — when traveling abroad. If you don’t know the guidelines, you’re likely either throwing away money or overlooking the people who rely on your tip as part of their income.
Some leading travel websites are a no-fly zone as far as Delta is concerned.
There’s more than one bone of contention in the great finger-lickin’ barbecue debate. Pork or beef? Vinegar- or tomato-based sauce? No sauce — or maybe something mustard-based? Travel site TripAdvisor has waded into hotly contested territory with a list of the best BBQ restaurants in the United States.
After a brutal winter for much of the country, Americans might be ready to get away. But one part of traveling isn’t very relaxing: delays.
Though frugal and concerned about their futures, millennials value seeing the world up close and in person — which comes at a price. Here are over 30 savings tips, sites and resources millennials and older generations alike can take advantage of to save on travel costs.
Disneyland is celebrating 60 years of magic with a Diamond Celebration set to begin May 22. Here are 25 things you need to know if you are planning to celebrate with Mickey.
Located about 160 miles north of Las Vegas, the park occupies more than 1,600 acres atop an ancient lake bed formed of volcanic ash, clay and silt called Bentonite.
Airfares between New York and Washington, D.C. are jumping since the fatal Amtrak crash in Philadelphia on Tuesday. Amtrak service from Philadelphia to New York has shut down, which means train travelers in the popular Washington-New York sector are stranded. And that has sent demand for airlines soaring, and travelers are having to pay up.
Tuesday’s Amtrak crash raises concerns about transportation safety. But statistically speaking, trains are actually a very safe way to travel — much safer than driving.
Some American manufacturers have pulled back their factory curtains, giving visitors a glimpse at the assembly line magic.
Complaints among U.S. air travelers soared more than 55 percent in March from a year earlier, mainly due to flight problems.
Fitness vacations have ventured far from the fat farm. Today’s fit-focused travelers want to pair exercise with escapades and fitness with fun, whether it’s yoga among the sea turtles, bootcamp on the beach or a zumba cruise.
Once a lawless boomtown, historic Pioche invites visitors to explore its colorful past. In its heyday, Pioche was home to about 10,000 residents, more than 10 times the number who call it home today.
For those looking to get out of the big city, and aren’t willing to wait until summer to do so, a quick retreat to Utah for a long weekend will provide a much needed seasonal respite. And right now is the perfect time to venture out to Utah’s gorgeous National Parks.
Unlike our top 10 most affordable cities for vacations, travelers to these 10 cities will spend significantly more for their time off. From expensive airfare to overpriced restaurants, you might want to think twice before you book a trip to one of these destinations (or start saving now).
The owner of a diamond-covered gold Cartier watch valued at more than $100,000 forgot the watch at a Newark Liberty International Airport security checkpoint on Tuesday. Luckily for the owner, he’ll be getting it back.
The many costs of planning a vacation will put a stress on most people’s finances, but where you actually choose to go can be what really makes or breaks your travel budget.
Whether old or new, strong cocktails, glamorous settings and beautiful scenery converge at these standout drinkeries located inside top hotels around the world.
The World’s Fair has left us with a number of familiar architectural marvels that long outlived their six months in the global spotlight. With Expo 2015 now underway, we’ve put together a list of iconic structures purpose built for a World’s Fair.
Red Cliffs Recreation Area near St. George, Utah, is a scenic gem just off busy Interstate 15 along pretty Quail Creek.
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