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.
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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.
Some American manufacturers have pulled back their factory curtains, giving visitors a glimpse at the assembly line magic.
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.
My wife and I, with three kids in tow, planned an itinerary of hiking, museum hopping and ghost town gunfights in and around Kingman, Ariz. In fact, there was more to do than we could fit into one weekend visit.
The region embraces spring with a variety of outdoor activities, while preparing for Memorial Day observances.
The most famous of Abraham Lincoln locations, Washington’s Ford’s Theatre, is hosting a special exhibition, “Silent Witnesses: Artifacts of the Lincoln Assassination,” through May 25 to mark the 150th anniversary of his assassination.
Nestled in a tranquil hillside, Hong Kong’s newest Buddhist monastery features bulletproof VIP rooms and the world’s second tallest statue of the Goddess of Mercy — a Buddhist deity.
The best family beaches have more than a sandy spot to sunbathe or clean water for swimming. These beaches all offer more to explore close to the beach.
Much of the world is on sale for Americans right now since the U.S. dollar is enjoying one of the strongest moments in modern history. If you were dreaming of a vacation to a far off destination, now is the time.
The California coastline might come to mind when you think of a destination for a beach trip, but Alabama and the Gulf of Mexico have some of the best beaches in the world. Here are five reasons why your next beach trip should be to Alabama.
Whether it’s an obscure beauty spot that’s about to be exposed to the world via a hot new film or remote islands about to be made more accessible thanks to a new airport, these are the places on the brink of becoming major destinations. Time to get booking now, before everyone else does.
Scotty’s Castle is about 150 miles from Las Vegas. Follow Highway 95 north through Beatty to Scotty’s Junction. Questions about who owned the mansion existed for a long time because of tall tales told by Walter Scott, a colorful character better known as Death Valley Scotty.
For people living in North America, it’s been an especially brutal winter. The first day of spring — March 20 — can’t come too soon.
Visiting the Grand Canyon is one of those iconic experiences that we Americans often take for granted. I regularly meet people who’ve never been, even though they grew up in the West. Meanwhile, tourists from all over the world detour thousands of miles just to see the magnificent canyon carved by the Colorado River.
In a galaxy far, far away … in the Western Caribbean, actually, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Boba Fett and stormtroopers party with Disney Cruisers around the pool deck. Disney Cruise Line announced last week it will introduce Star Wars Day at Sea in 2016.
The verdant Muddy River Valley, better known as Moapa Valley, assumes a quiet demeanor that belies a long and sometimes turbulent past.
Paris is romantic. Everybody knows that. But with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’ve put together a list of 10 little-known spots that are equally dreamy.
The Mojave Desert contains extensive areas of mountainous sand dunes. Early travelers tried to avoid the sand, but today the sands attract many modern travelers, some for their sheer beauty, others for their recreational opportunities.
No longer is it enough to simply lace up your running shoes and pant your way through a marathon.
From Denali to Mount Rainier to Mount Washington, the U.S. is full of majestic, towering peaks that have long challenged people to climb them. This story is not about those.
Long distance trails inspire contradictory tales of solitude and camaraderie, pleasure and pain. The idea of covering thousands of miles on foot is itself barely believable. Perhaps that’s what makes these adventures so memorable.
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