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Now in its 77th year, the Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage offers a look inside some of the state's most noteworthy properties.
Southwest, USAirways and other airlines are making room for comfort with bigger seating options.
Two new travel apps are harnessing the power of Facebook to help friends spend some time together.
When your luggage fails to make a connection.
Rick Garrett traverses the state of Indiana in search of the best pork sandwich.
Spain's Costa Brava is where smart people come to spend the winter.
From the dry dust of the New Mexican desert rises a brewery run by Benedictine monks.
During the centennial of the birth of famed Welsh poet and author Dylan Thomas, festivals, tours and special readings are planned.
The popular Great Allegheny Passage trail is just one of many that biking enthusiasts will flock to now that the weather has turned.
Mike Fitzgerald, Frontiers Travel president, said the Internet has not been the devastating blow that many imagine, at least not for them.
Pop-Up Canada hopes to lure Pittsburghers and Western Pennsylvanians to go north and pay Canada a visit.
There's a lot more to see in London than all the noted theater.
With the peak travel season about to kick off, the AG’s office issued a warning about some common cons aimed at fleecing vacationers.
This Middle Eastern city is "part Arab, part Indian and part Disneyland."
The chain of 172 named islands is as close as you can get to Canada without crossing the border.
A Tea Cup ride, with six cups, will join the more than 70 rides at Hersheypark.
Two brothers left Pittsburgh a century ago to make their living taking photos at the Grand Canyon.
Westgate River Ranch takes the Sunshine State back to its roots as cattle country.
Why was my flight the only one of nine from LA to Chicago canceled because of inclement weather?
Analyst says famous people's personality traits are obvious in their handwriting.
After repairs are made to 150 cracks caused by an earthquake, a Washington landmark will reopen.
US Airways has changed alliances, but miles with old partners will be honored for now.
Doing nothing on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
This may be one of the few places where casinos have windows to the outside world. photos The Leap of Faith ride at Atlantis “Mayan
Modern-day grit masks the centuries-old culture that makes Houma in Bayou Country a gem of a tourist destination.
When reaching your destination early in the day, hydrate, fill the day with light and activity and finally turn in when it's dark.
Details are rolling out on new Harry Potter park and Hogwarts Express train in Orlando, Fla.
Newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst leaves behind a California estate that exemplified the grandeur of the 1920s and '30s
"The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Gardens" brings centuries of natural and created beauty to the Toledo Museum of Art.
The small rural towns around California's Hearst Castle are worth a visit, too.
When members of your plane's cabin crew explain the safety procedures -- pay attention.
The wheels have begun moving on Amtrak's plan to offer writers a rolling residency aboard their trains.
Charleston restaurants fill high expectations in the Lowcountry.
The federal shutdown in October caused dramatic losses for the national park system.
The back story on why airfares vary widely and you can't predict when they'll go up or down or sideways.
A roundup of the Fort Lauderdale's classical music scene reveals plenty of Pittsburgh connections.
Pre-Check airport screening requirements raise questions about how the information will be used and shared.
The TSA seeking high-tech companies to develop a security system that would detect explosives and weapons through garments and shoes.
New digital format promotes Ohio tourism.
With "The Lego Movie" a current blockbuster in theaters, a trip to Legoland in California or Florida are popular destinations for families.
Guidance on the best time to visit Charleston, S.C., to how to protect the surfaces of suitcases.
Better planning by airlines gives travelers more time to scout out alternatives to get where they want to go when big storms hit.
Spring training sites offer several fun getaways to enjoy America's pastime.
Thousands of pilots are nearing the mandatory retirement age of 65, just as it is becoming harder to be a commercial airline pilot.
On the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' appearance in the U.S., there are many landmarks in the fab four's hometown that tourists still
Growing travel demand and stable fuel prices will perk up airline revenue but travelers should not expect fares to be slashed.
Highgrove, Prince Charles' private garden in the Cotswolds, is not an easy place to get into but well worth the trip.
The trip to the southernmost tip of Africa is an off-the-beaten path adventure.
New Haven has been transformed from a crime-ridden college town to one with historic charm and artistic pleasures.
Not all airline seats are created equal, and here are ways to find the best one for you.