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  • Time-lapse: A 2-minute blast through Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom

    Time-lapse: A 2-minute blast through Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
    The magic turns 40 Saturday as Walt Disney World and its legacy theme park, the Magic Kingdom, celebrates its 1971 opening. While on assignment at the Magic Kingdom, Thursday, to make some photographs to accompany the Orlando Sentinel's front page...
  • On the top of the world in western Norway

    On the top of the world in western Norway
    Rugged is putting it mildly when it comes to 80 percent of Norway. Historically, it was a challenge to live here. That's why Vikings ventured south and so many people left for America. But I find excuses to return to Norway almost annually. Three of my...
  • Guardians hold tight to the Old World

    Guardians hold tight to the Old World
    Many people travel across the Atlantic in search of Old World Europe and to witness traditional culture in action. But with most of Europe firmly entrenched in the modern world, travelers are getting fewer opportunities to glimpse the old way of life....
  • Time-Lapse: A fast-forward, start-to-finish view of Legoland Florida

    Time-Lapse: A fast-forward, start-to-finish view of Legoland Florida
    So you're curious as to what central Florida's newest theme-park, Legoland Florida, has to offer? With the grand opening just days away, you say you're looking for a sneak peek at the Lego-block-themed attractions? Check out this Time-Lapse sequence from...
  • Pulling for Central America amid change

    Pulling for Central America amid change
    People ask me where I go for a vacation. Europe is certainly my passion and the focus of my work, but Central America has long held a fascination for me. I took my first trip to the region (Nicaragua and El Salvador) in 1988, during El Salvador's civil...
  • Video: Cranberry Bog at Epcot

    Video: Cranberry Bog at Epcot
    Ah, the snap of autumn is finally in the air. The temperatures have dropped, the pumpkins are out, the cranberries are in the bog. What's that? You've never heard of a cranberry bog in Florida? Courtesy of Ocean Spray, the Cape Cod, Mass.-based...
  • Nothing like death to liven up a European tour

    Nothing like death to liven up a European tour
    If you're looking for the macabre side of Europe, skip the hokey rip-off "torture museums" and visit a cemetery — they're authentic, artsy and oozing with history. In honor of Halloween, here is a list of some of my favorites. Pere Lachaise...
  • 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...
  • Crowd control on a European cruise

    Crowd control on a European cruise
    Among European travelers, more and more people are cruising. Of course, in many ways cruising is anathema to the "back-door travel" philosophy that I've been preaching for 30 years. But I've learned it can be done thoughtfully and independently. This fall...
  • What hotels will resort to for a good review

    Oh, the things hotels will do for a good review. It's not enough to ask guests for a write-up on a popular site such as TripAdvisor or Yelp after they've checked out. Lately, some innkeepers have been pressuring their customers to say positive things...
  • First-timer finds that there might be something small cruises

    When a trusted friend told me she loved her last cruise, my curiosity piqued. After all, she lives in a downtown loft and knows her Claret from her Cabernet. Still, I could hardly believe she willingly boarded (more than once) one of those vessels built...
  • Queen Elizabeth liner caters to formal cruisers

    Queen Elizabeth liner caters to formal cruisers
    Let the other ships have their rock climbing walls and their water slides, their come as-you-are and do-as-you-please ambience. On the new Queen Elizabeth, it's lawn bowling and croquet, formal nights and afternoon teas, assigned seating and fixed...