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Archived Since:May 28, 2009

Blog Post Archive

In Montreal, a Week for Poutine

18 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

La Poutine Week in Montreal and other cities is a culinary competition (cheese curds included).

A Digital Upgrade at the Tower of David Museum

23 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

At the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem, a digital initiative is designed to enhance visitors' experiences.

Walkabout: Tourism in Tripoli Creates Optimism

A weekly capsule of travel news curated by our writers and editors.

New Cruises for Single Travelers

SinglesCruise.com has new itineraries for solo travelers, and Tauck has lowered the price of single supplements on many of its trips.

In Sedona at Super Bowl Time: A Little Escape

L’Auberge de Sedona in Arizona is offering an "Escape the Super Bowl" package in the week before the game.

Flight Canceled Because of Snow? What You Need to Know

With a blizzard in the Northeast expected to disrupt travel, passengers should review airline policies regarding flight cancellations.

Honoring Orson Welles in Wisconsin

Kenosha, Wis., the hometown of Orson Welles, will observe the centennial of his birth in May with a month of events, including live performances and screenings.

See Baja on a Ship With a Past

AdventureSmith Explorations is offering a Baja Peninsula cruise on a ship that launched in 1924.

Costumes Are in the Mix at Philippine Festival

This year's Dinagyang Festival in Iloilo City in the Philippines will include an exhibition of costumes from across the country.

A Cocktail Week for Paris

More than 30 bars in eight neighborhoods will be part of the first Paris Cocktail Week.

In Vienna, a New Pass to See the Sights

The Vienna PASS lets travelers see more than 60 of the city's sights with one purchase.

A Cordoba Market With Modern Tastes

The food at Mercado Victoria in Cordoba, Spain, has a contemporary twist (but everyone still eats late).

Fashion a Mask for Carnival in Venice

The festival, held this year from Jan. 31 to Feb. 17, is famous for the elaborate masks worn by revelers, and now travelers can design their own.

In Budapest, a Hotel of a Different Note

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

The Aria hotel in Budapest will honor the city's musical legacy; one suite is dedicated to the Hungarian composer Franz Liszt.

Airlines Address Security of Mileage Accounts

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

American Airlines and United Air Lines are responding to the theft of user names and passwords of members of their frequent-flyer programs, including restoring miles that were stolen.

In Boston Classes, It’s All About Entertaining

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

The Eastern Standard restaurant in Boston is offering classes focusing on entertaining, from craft cocktails to macarons.

A New Trip to See Tigers in India

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

Village Ways is offering new trips to tiger reserves in India that are believed to be the setting for tales in Rudyard Kipling's "Jungle Book."

Updates for Google Translate (Just Hold Up Your Phone)

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

Updates for the Google Translate app allow users to translate text simply by holding up their phone to a menu or street sign.

In Colorado, a New Ski Program at a Restored Resort

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

Dunton Hot Springs in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado has a new Nordic ski program.

Walkabout: New Scrutiny for U.S. Visa-Waiver Program

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : In Transit

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