For people living on either coast, the Midwest brings to mind dairy farms, tornadoes and endless fields of corn. While attending a corn festival isn’t a bad idea, the Midwest has a lot more to offer visitors and locals by way of traditional American culture in the heart of the country. Whether just passing through or planning a specific trip, check out these 8 cities on the way:
Southern Utah has long been one of the country’s hottest tourist spots, especially for those who prefer arches to skyscrapers. Experienced and amateur hikers alike revel in the trails, caves and sandstone.
WASHINGTON — Airlines have found new allies in their fight against a requirement that they include U.S. taxes and fees in their advertised fares: every member of a congressional panel overseeing the agency that created the rule.
Retracing historic Route 66 is an iconic road trip, variously scenic, nostalgic and quirky.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. — The first United Airlines flight landed at Atlantic City International Airport from Chicago on Tuesday, signaling what transportation officials hope will be a new era of prosperity for the struggling facility and the gambling resort it serves.
Many couples head to Sedona for romance, but we opted for a family getaway during our recent visit to this charming city in Arizona’s high desert.
A beautiful destination for a cool-season excursion, Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge offers hiking, picnicking and wildlife watching. It encompasses 23,000 acres of desert uplands and streams, ponds, reservoirs and wetlands created by more than 50 springs, mostly warm water.
April 10-12, Reno: Reno Jazz Festival. This event features competitions, clinics and more than 300 performances by amateurs and professionals. UNR campus. 775-784-4046. www.visitreno.com.
We’ve all been caught off guard when we travel by something that just “isn’t the same” as it is at home. We took to Facebook to see what’s most weird about leaving Las Vegas. Here’s what you had to say.
Some of the most cherished new international first-class perks have nothing to do with meals, drinks or seats. Global airlines are increasingly rewarding wealthy fliers with something more intangible: physical distance between them and everyone else.