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Festival of Books: Pros share tips on travel deals; panel set for Sunday too

'More for Your Money: Finding Hotel and Airfare Deals" with Travel editor Catharine Hamm,'s Warren Chang and Trivago's Jon Eichelberger takes place 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Look for the Travel Smart Stage; the event is free.

Festival of Books: Cuba beyond the cliches; panel continues Sunday

"Moving Beyond the 'Cuba Cliche' and Getting to the Real Cuba" at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books repeats at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds will speak about Cuba with travel writer Catherine Watson. Look for Booth 47, also named the California Pavilion, on the...

Video: In the Bahamas, a busy street and a private beach

For years, cruise ships have been stopping at Nassau in the Bahamas. This video shows the touristy main drag that passengers find when they debark. But wait.

Bill Clinton to mark 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing

Former President Clinton will speak at the Oklahoma City National Memorial

National Park Week begins with free admission this weekend

National Park Week starts this weekend, a good time to plan a trip to Yosemite or Joshua Tree and take advantage of free admission on Saturday and Sunday.

A northern Nevada festival celebrates all things ukulele

The ukulele may be best known in Hawaii, but that won’t keep its fans from gathering April 30-May 3 in northern Nevada to celebrate the four-stringed wonder.

Newly renovated Laguna Beach House is a sweet spot for surfer crowd

Laguna Beach House has emerged from a recent $1.5-million renovation with design elements that are all about the surf, sand and the California outdoor lifestyle.

Festival of Books: In San Francisco, sightseeing by ear

Headed to San Francisco soon? The people at have no hotel or restaurant reviews for you. But they would like to whisper in your ear all the same.

Disneyland to give away diamonds, in-park suite stay for 60th year

It's Disneyland's 60th anniversary this year, and diamonds are the traditional gift. Some lucky Disneyland fans could win some bling as part of a sweepstakes announced Tuesday.

AmaWaterways, Adventures by Disney partner on Danube trips for families

River cruise company AmaWaterways will team with Adventures by Disney to offer Danube River cruises in 2016 that are designed for families.

Google camera hops aboard a cruise for Street Views of the Danube River

Google's Street View camera took a cruise on the Danube River last summer, courtesy of Tauck River Cruising.

Festival of Books: Tips on how to stay safe when you travel

Veteran police Det. Kevin Coffey knows how to keep you from becoming a victim on your next trip.

Six travel apps for your new Apple Watch (whenever it's delivered)

If you're one of the almost 1 million Americans who ordered an Apple Watch last Friday, get ready to upload travel-worthy apps.

Airlines had more delayed flights, more lost luggage in 2014, report says

If you think flying was more of a hassle last year, it's not in your head. The 25th annual Airline Quality Rating released Monday says U.S. carriers slipped in their performance in 2014.

Barry Bonds: Celebrate Alex Rodriguez when he hits Willie Mays' mark

Baseball home run king Barry Bonds wants everyone to celebrate when New York Yankees standout Alex Rodriguez passes Willie Mays for fourth on the all-time home runs list.

Roundup of music, films, cowboy poets at Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival

Cowboys will be in the building and on the streets when the 22nd Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival comes to Newhall starting Wednesday. The festival has expanded to seven venues that will host cowboy poets, Western singers, trick ropers and Old West events through Sunday.

Tour takes cyclists from Portland, Ore., to Portland, Maine

Bike aficionados can tackle the bucket trip of a lifetime on a 45-day Portland, Ore., to Portland, Maine, tour organized by Trek Travel. Cyclists will cover 3,700 miles, averaging 100 miles a day, with four rest days scheduled. Three guides and a massage therapist will accompany the group,...

Gear: With the Floyd Duomatic umbrella, when it rains, it scores

Always on the lookout for a better travel umbrella, we were charmed by the new Knirps Floyd Duomatic, which has a rubberized finger hole in the blob-shaped plastic handle for an extra-secure hold in challenging weather.

Cruise News: Princess ups entertainment ante with a Broadway alliance

Stephen Schwartz, composer of "Wicked," "Godspell" and "Pippin," sat on a darkened stage, theater lights focused on him and the black Yamaha baby grand piano he was playing.

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