posted: 01/15/2017 1:59 a.m.
We wound through the narrow streets of Charleston, following our tour guide. Under a canopy of oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, he paused to explain the sultry, laid-back vibe of South Carolina's oldest city.
posted: 01/15/2017 1:58 a.m.
Spain and Portugal have interesting stories to tell and interesting cultures to share. Here's some travel news for those visiting in 2017.
posted: 01/15/2017 1:57 a.m.
Lake Lucerne winds through the Alps with a series of bends, S-curving around towering mountains like slalom skiers carving into snow thousands of feet above. But even though skiing gets all the glory in wintertime Switzerland, a ferry ride on the lake can also be a welcome diversion for a traveler with a few hours to spare.
posted: 01/12/2017 1:51 a.m.
Decrepit as it may appear on a quick drive along Main Street, Pine Bluff's downtown can take pride in the public art that accounts for the self-proclaimed title "City of Murals."
posted: 01/08/2017 1:46 a.m.
Space memorabilia and astronaut tales are almost always a draw. Just ask the people who run the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, which gets more than 1.5 million visitors a year.
posted: 01/08/2017 1:45 a.m.
BUDAPEST, Hungary -- The buzz about Budapest has been steadily building since Hungary joined the European Union in 2004. Tourists and multinational companies alike have gravitated to the city's humming core. But the former imperial capital owes at least some of its prosperity to centuries of experience with slowing down, taking a breath and sinking neck-deep into blissful relaxation.
posted: 01/08/2017 1:44 a.m.
When visiting Cuba, it seems every tourist does the same three things: Tour the capital city of Havana, visit the charming colonial town of Trinidad, and commune with nature in the beautiful valley of Vinales. Trinidad and Vinales are each about a three-hour drive from Havana -- one to the east and the other one, west.
posted: 01/05/2017 1:47 a.m.
Winter is pretty much off-season for outdoor activity in Arkansas state parks, many of which are designed mainly for recreational pleasures. Chilling temperatures along with the very occasional snow or ice storm are deterrents to January and February fun in the open air.