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  • Five 'new' coasters coming to Six Flags Magic Mountain? Not so fast

    Five 'new' coasters coming to Six Flags Magic Mountain? Not so fast
    You're going to need a cheat sheet to keep track of all the new roller coaster names at Six Flags Magic Mountain in 2011. That's not to say that Magic Mountain is actually getting five new coasters this year. The Valencia amusement park is adding only...
  • Review: Ride reboot at Six Flags Magic Mountain makes Superman coaster twice as good

    Review: Ride reboot at Six Flags Magic Mountain makes Superman coaster twice as good
    I used to think the ride on the Superman shuttle coaster essentially ended when the car reached the climatic 415-foot-high peak. But now that Six Flags Magic Mountain has flipped the trains around to run backward, the fun is just getting started when...
  • Modern Irish fare always in play at Disney's Raglan Road

    Modern Irish fare always in play at Disney's Raglan Road
    Irish chef Kevin Dundon chuckles thinking about how most American's celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Green beer? No way. Corned beef and cabbage? Not on his menu. Dundon, 45, is one of Ireland's most celebrated culinary talents and a partner in the...
  • The secret is out in Oak Ridge

    The secret is out in Oak Ridge
    OAK RIDGE, Tenn.—The poster's hush-hush tone said it all: "What you see here, what you do here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here." Here in the rolling hills of eastern Tennessee, America built one of three secret cities...
  • Universal Orlando ponders how to take full advantage of Wizarding World's popularity

    Universal Orlando ponders how to take full advantage of Wizarding World's popularity
    When "60 Minutes" profiled Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg earlier this month, the TV piece included a look at some of Zuckerberg's personal posts online. They showed that the 26-year-old billionaire, whose website has more than 500 million users, had...
  • The grand castles of Mad King Ludwig

    The grand castles of Mad King Ludwig
    Touristic, glorious and romantic, some of Germany's best attractions are in Bavaria. My favorites are three of King Ludwig II's castles: stocky Hohenschwangau, his boyhood home; the nearby and fanciful Neuschwanstein, his dream escape; and Linderhof,...
  • Marco Island resort offers another spin on the working vacation

    Marco Island resort offers another spin on the working vacation
    Here's another spin on the notion of working vacations: Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort has launched Give & Get, a Volun-Tourism program to reward travelers who give back to the community. Guests who spend part of their vacation helping others will...
  • Lively, artsy Barcelona invites strolling

    Lively, artsy Barcelona invites strolling
    If you're in the mood to surrender to a city's charms, let it be in Barcelona. Life bubbles in its old alleys, grand boulevards and elegant modern district. Barcelona has an illustrious past, from its time as a Roman colony to its rise as a 14th...
  • New rollercoaster for Six Flags in 2012

    New rollercoaster for Six Flags in 2012
    Six Flags Great America will open a new rollercoaster for its 2012 season, park officials said this morning. The new wing-style rollercoaster, X-Flight, will feature suspended seats, a 12-story initial plunge, 3,000 feet of drops, and five inversions,...
  • The latest in Europe's tourist scams

    The latest in Europe's tourist scams
    Europe is safe when it comes to violent crime. But it's a surprisingly creative place when it comes to travel scams. Pickpockets and con artists target Americans not because these crooks are mean but because they're smart. Americans are known as the ones...
  • 2 cities stuck in a Tuscan time warp

    2 cities stuck in a Tuscan time warp
    I'm in Volterra, my favorite small town in Tuscany, sitting under rustic, noble stones at the base of a palace that made commoners feel small six centuries ago. Bats burst through the floodlights amid ghostly towers held together with rusted iron corsets....
  • See why France produced those masterpieces

    See why France produced those masterpieces
    Which came first: Giverny or Monet? Certain artists are so identified with particular places that it's hard to pry them apart. France, with its shimmering light and gorgeous scenery, has more than its share of these pairings: Monet at Giverny, Matisse...