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Malta's Azure Window Collapses Into the Sea in a Storm

The Azure Window was a 100 foot high limestone natural arch on the island of Gozo in Malta. You've seen it in James Bond movies, but now it's gone. The Azure Window developed through sea and rain...

 

Enter to Win Getaway! The Best of CA Highway 1 Must-See Spots

Don't miss these ahh inspiring, must-see spots in Avila Beach where you can pick your perfect paradise along the CA Highway 1 Discovery Route. The quaint town's breathtaking white sandy beaches,...

 

Best and Worst U.S. Airlines According to a Leading Resource for Travel News

Alaska Airlines is the best U.S.-based airline, according to a new study conducted by ThePointsGuy.com, which has 3.3 million unique visitors per month and is a leading resource for travel news....

 
 By DHS    Travel    January 20, 2017

38 Million Californians Can No Longer Fly Without a Passport

The State of California decided to issue a drivers license to any illegal alien who can vote (they register them to vote at the same time, too. We're not making this stuff up--the Dems control both...

 

Interior Department Announces 24 New National Historic Landmarks

WASHINGTON – As the National Park Service enters its second century of service and strives to tell a more inclusive and diverse story of America's history, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally...

 

Bachelor Gulch Introduces The Newest Member of the 'Bachelor Pack.'

BEAVER CREEK, Colo. – December 19, 2016 – Christmas came early this year at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch with the arrival of a new canine ambassador, Scout, a nine-week old Bernese Mountain...

 

The Queen Mary's 5th Annual CHILL Holiday Magic Continues Through January 8, 2017

The holiday spirit will continue at the Queen Mary's 5th annual CHILL with family fun activities. Guests can experience the all-new, digitally immersive Alice in Winterland attraction, ice tubing,...

 

National Park Service Celebrates Centennial Success, Looks Ahead to Building on Momentum of 2016

On the heels of President Obama's signing of the National Park Service Centennial Act, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation has unveiled an impressive summary of the agency's...

 

Lonely Planet's Top 10 Places in the US to Travel to in 2017

Travel media company Lonely Planet announced its annual list of the top 10 most exciting places to go in the United States in the year ahead. Best in the US 2017 (lonelyplanet.com/best-in-us),...

 

Traffic, Long Lines at Los Angeles International Airport as Passengers Return Home

11/27: If you're flying out of LAX after Thanksgiving, you'd be well advised to arrive early. There is about a one hour wait just to enter the loop at LAX . Frustrated passengers exited Uber and Lyft...

 

Kauai Recognized as a "Best of the World" Destination in 2017 by National Geographic

Today, National Geographic Traveler magazine announced the results of its coveted "Best of the World" list, which features 21 must-see destinations in 2017. Kauai, Hawaii's Island of Discovery, is...

 

Track your Bag's Journey with Delta's New Mobile Map!

Maps are an integral part of travel, but for those taking to the skies with checked bags, visibility to a piece of luggage and its journey through the belly of the airport and from one plane to the...

 

Why Bill Gates Visits the Remote East Coast of Greenland, and Other Greenland Stories

I must admit I'm fascinated with Greenland. Maybe it's the idea of man against the elements. Maybe it's the colorful towns and villages, painted pastel against an icy landscape. To this day, the...

 
 By Ron Irwin    Travel    October 19, 2016

A Seashore Hike to Remember

The goal is movement to gain and maintain great health and healthy weight, but that in no way means it can't also be truly spectacular and thoroughly enjoyable. Late one afternoon our family had...

 

2016 Top Ten List of America's Best Haunted Houses

The calendar has made its ceremonial flip to October and that means fear seekers are descending upon haunted houses all across America. Each Halloween season, thousands of professional haunted house...

 

Fly Los Angeles to Havana, Cuba beginning Jan. 5 on Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines will launch an historic new flight to Havana, Cuba beginning Jan. 5, 2017. The daily nonstop flight from Los Angeles is among the first regularly scheduled commercial flights to the...

 

Kings Under Parking Lots: Odd Habits of the British

Archeologists have found what may be the remains of King Henry I under a parking lot on the site of Reading prison. The discovery was made by a team exploring the location of the ruins of Reading...

 

Bel Air's Hotel Angeleno, Once the Hidden Gem of the Westside, Launches Speakeasy

Hotel Angeleno, hottest hotel and penthouse in Los Angeles, is launching their new 20s themed monthly speakeasy with Rachel McCord, world renowned supermodel and co-founder of The McCord List....

 

Free Federal Passes to 4th Graders from Every Kid in a Park Program

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has announced that it will continue its support of the Every Kid in a Park pass program, which officially began its second year September 2. Launched last...

 

Panic at LAX for the Second Straight Sunday

At about 9 am, Airport Police came across a stolen vehicle parked in the white zone in Terminal Three An officer who was there explained, "Some people who were concerned for their safety," panicked...

 
 By Liz Miller    Travel    September 2, 2016

US Navy Rescues Mariners from Uninhabited Island in Pacific

A pair of boaters were rescued from an uninhabited Pacific island by a U.S. Navy air crew on Friday after writing "SOS" in the sand. They had been stranded since August 19 on an island in Chuuk...

 
 By Liz Miller    Travel    August 31, 2016

LAX Shooter Reports Unfounded; Man in Zorro Costume Detained

Officials at Los Angeles International Airport were scrambling to return to normal operations late Sunday after the report of a shooter proved to be false, but led to traffic jams, delayed flights,...

 

Hundreds of travelers stuck on the ground at Long Beach airport

Hundreds of travelers stuck on the ground at Long Beach Airport on Friday night. A military jet made a hard landing just before noon, blocking runways 10 and 25, for more than five hours. The pilot...

 
 By Stan Greene    Travel    August 17, 2016

Just How Bad is Crime in Rio? People ask after the Ryan Lochte robbery

Just how bad is crime in Rio? By all accounts, the answer is pretty bad. Six months ago I had an Uber driver named Elizaveta. She was married, 27 and Brazilian. She was well educated and wore...

 
 By John Sully    Travel    August 14, 2016

Santa Cruz Island Offers an Empty Pacific Island, Minutes from LA

Santa Cruz Island is the largest of the eight islands in the Channel Islands of California, located off the coast of California. The island, in the northern group of the Channel Islands, is 22 miles...

 

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