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The Panama Canal From an Onboard Point of View Oct. 25, 2020

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By Robert Selwitz For most Americans navigating this age of anxiety, the cruise industry's shutdown ... Read More

Presidential Libraries Bring U.S. History to Life Oct. 24, 2020

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By Victor Block Sightseers near Boston enjoy a leisurely stroll through a magnificent 18th-century g... Read More

Art Helps Tell Egypt's Long Story Oct. 18, 2020

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By Glenda Winders When my husband and I decided to visit Egypt he was interested in the country's hi... Read More

Readers Offer Their Best Travel Tips Oct. 13, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

Planning to hit the road for some fun family times this fall? Travel has been severely curtailed ove... Read More

Old-World Flavor Meets Casual Elegance at Mohonk Oct. 11, 2020

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By Fyllis Hockman Liz and Dan Gleason from Haddon Heights, New Jersey, were visiting for the 20th ti... Read More

More Than a Corner in Winslow, Arizona Oct. 10, 2020

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By Steve Bergsman Arizona boasts such varied topography that one could literally get lost looking fo... Read More

U.S. Archaeological Sites Tell Stories, Leave Mysteries Oct. 04, 2020

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By Victor Block People who ascend a high mountain ridge in Wyoming are greeted by a collection of ro... Read More

A Day of the Dead Birthday in Mexico Oct. 03, 2020

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By Bonnie and Bill Neely The surprise trip Bill planned for my birthday took us to Mexico City. I wa... Read More

A Family Gets Away to Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains Sep. 27, 2020

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By Candyce H. Stapen We work-weary urbanites found a way to escape to the woods during the pandemic.... Read More

Small Rangeley, Maine, Yields Big Fun Sep. 26, 2020

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By Victor Block Digging our paddles into the shallow water, my son, Tom, and I steered our canoe aro... Read More

More Than a Dam Waits in Aswan Sep. 20, 2020

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By Glenda Winders All I knew about Aswan before I visited Egypt was that it had a dam, and that much... Read More

The Ancient World Is Alive in Luxor Sep. 19, 2020

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By Glenda Winders Luxor, Egypt, bills itself as the world's greatest open-air museum, and everything... Read More

T.C. Steele Home Is a Hidden Indiana Gem Sep. 13, 2020

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By Athena Lucero The shaded wraparound porch at T.C. Steele's home in Brown County, Indiana, looks l... Read More

Whether to Cruise -- or Not Sep. 12, 2020

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By Candyce H. Stapen We miss cruising. My husband and I board big and small ships with friends or re... Read More

Airlines Once Again Approach Congress With Captain's Hat in Hand Sep. 10, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

As the saying goes, "When you find yourself in a hole, stop digging." This advice applies to the hol... Read More

5 Top Tips for Taking Day Trips Sep. 08, 2020

Tips from the Mommy MD Guides

According to a recent survey by a business how-to and news website called Manifest, 67% of Americans... Read More

Tapatio -- the Heart of Guadalajara Sep. 06, 2020

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By Athena Lucero "Tapatio hot sauce was created by a Tapatio," tour guide Gus Melor told me about th... Read More

I Go to the Mountains Sep. 05, 2020

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By Jim Farber At a time when there is nothing normal about "the new normal," it seems more important... Read More

Faraway Cultures Combine on St. Martin-Sint Maarten Aug. 30, 2020

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By Victor Block By day, visitors on one side of the tiny Caribbean island enjoy patisseries and ot... Read More

A Captivating Concoction of Caribbean Cultures Aug. 29, 2020

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By Fyllis Hockman There I was in my white lab coat examining the 40 different vials and trying to de... Read More