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Travel in Europe: Next French trip, combine wine and bicycling

posted: 04/30/2017 2:15 a.m. Discuss

Biking and wine tasting may not seem like natural partners when traveling through France. But if you like biking and wine, mixing the two can be a highlight of your next French journey. One of the best places to bike and imbibe is Burgundy, which is famous for its peaceful lanes lacing together cute towns and venerable vineyards.

Sea turtle time near in Florida

posted: 04/30/2017 2:15 a.m. Discuss

Many Florida beaches welcome a special type of visitor as the weather gets warmer: sea turtles.

ARE WE THERE YET?: Remains of sunken resort Monte Ne an Arkansas curiosity

posted: 04/27/2017 4:30 a.m. Comment 1

The fact that Monte Ne is mostly underwater makes it even more of an elusively mysterious attraction than if its ruins were still mainly visible.

Low-rise paradise

posted: 04/23/2017 1:44 a.m. Discuss

Several weeks before I found myself uncomfortably close to the world's largest shark, I told a few folks I would be going to Holbox.

Travel in Europe: Give teens freedom, choices when traveling

posted: 04/23/2017 1:43 a.m. Discuss

Imagine being a teenager forced to spend your summer vacation with robo-tourist Rick Steves (aka "Dad"). My kids, Jackie and Andy, now in their 20s, did that a while ago. I had to think hard about what would make our trip to England educational and fun for travel partners who dubbed the Beatles tour in Liverpool the "most boring" one on our itinerary. Turns out most teens couldn't care less about where Paul McCartney went to grade school. But they were more enthusiastic about the "Bizarre Bath" walking tour in the English spa town of Bath, which provided two hours of jokes and not a bit of history.

Mansion a window to history

posted: 04/23/2017 1:43 a.m. Discuss

Calling it a reflection of the “larger American experience,” a home that has been witness to slavery, the Civil War and the civil rights era has been opened to the public in Tallahassee.

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