Archive for June, 2008

You’re bound to be amazed by the beauty of Banff. Here are some highlights of things to do in and around town.

Remember the days when you could earn free flights with all those frequent-flier miles? At Delta, they’ll soon be but a memory.

Palm Springs has come a long way from its days as a spring break mecca. Now it’s home to an increasing number of upscale, gay-friendly inns and resorts.

Rio de Janeiro has plenty to offer the bon vivant in any season –- beaches and Carnaval are but the most obvious attractions of this glittering seaside gem.

Adventure travel means something different to everyone -– but it doesn’t have to mean sleeping in tents and climbing the ranges of Nepal.

Having a child doesn’t mean bringing your adventure travel to a halt. You just have to broaden your definition of adventure.

My family didn’t used to travel with surge protection. We do now. And you should, too. Here’s why.

When temps in the U.S. get hot enough to melt car tires, a trip to cooler Canada could be the answer. Here’s a look at some top summer events across the border.

Restaurants that might be beyond your budget most of the year are a lot more affordable during NYC Restaurant Week. Read on for dates, prices and reservation info.

Effective June 21, the “free” award ticket is essentially dead at American Airlines. Read more about this and other travel news.

How will you celebrate the Fourth of July? Here’s a look at some of the top fireworks extravanzas across the United States.

After a January fire, rumors of the Monte Carlo’s demise had been greatly exaggerated. It’s is open for business, and in many ways better than ever.

Orbitz has put together a simple, easy-to-read chart to help make it easier to figure out which airlines charge what, and when.

Travel expert Samantha Chapnick shares her must-haves when she’s on the road.

Los Angeles has one of the best cultural and music calendars in the world. Here’s a look at some of the top summer events.

A new survey reveals several ways business travelers are trying to cut expenses on the road.

The end of paper tickets will mark the moment when most of us start paying attention to the next paperless frontier: boarding passes.

These photos capture the vibrancy of India.

U.S. Airways is adding fees for baggage and drinks.

United has changed its checked baggage policies, including a new fee for the first checked bag.

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