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LOS ANGELES — A hundred years ago when you took your last flight — or was it just a year that seemed longer? — flying was different. Now that we’ve endured isolation, more than 80% of us say we want to go somewhere in the next six months, a new survey shows. Read more

ORLANDO, Fla. — Mardi Gras has marched right back into Universal Studios theme park, but the celebration has been reconfigured. Food has been given a bigger role (as event subtitle “International Flavors of Carnaval” hints), musical performances have been relocated and the parade has basical… Read more

To mitigate the risk of COVID-19 exposure, a number of colleges across the U.S. have amended their academic calendars to eliminate spring break, thereby reducing student travel and minimizing the potential for travel-related COVID-19 exposure. Read more

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Lexington, a city in the heart of Kentucky that's surrounded by 250 thoroughbred horse farms, has always been known as home to the Sport of Kings. Now, thanks to "The Queen’s Gambit," a best-selling novel by the late Walter Tevis and a Netflix miniseries viewed by upwards of… Read more

The travel industry is responding to the latest pandemic-related executive orders issued by the White House, including President Joe Biden's mask mandate that will require face-coverings to be worn in national parks and on airplanes as well as a controversial new requirement that U.S.-bound … Read more

Look for deals on airline tickets to overseas destinations. Expect pampering by hospitality industry employees showing a fresh zeal for the visitors who help boost their economies, national and personal. Interest will grow in less explored locations and small-group tours. Natural wonders wil… Read more

Imagine a cruise with ample room around the pool because the ship's capacity is capped. The buffet line, a hallmark of cruising, displays an impressive spread, but servers scoop food onto plates to avoid shared serving spoons. Ports of call are limited to islands owned by cruise companies. Read more

SAN DIEGO — If you’ve been to San Diego, you’ve probably navigated Harbor Drive. It’s the busy street running from Point Loma to downtown that passes the airport and skirts the harbor. It makes a fine driving tour for anyone interested in architecture and California history, on land or water. Read more

DULUTH, Minn. – Minnesota's only national park has been certified as an International Dark Sky Park "for the exceptional quality of its dark night skies and the park's commitment to preserving darkness and educating the public about this outstanding resource," the International Dark Sky Asso… Read more