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  • SeaWorld Orlando's newborn dolphin

    SeaWorld Orlando's newborn dolphin
    Talk about cute. Sea World's newest dolphin, an adorable 35-pound Atlantic Bottlenose , was clearly the star of the Dolphin Nursery habitat at the park, Tuesday. The 40-inch calf was born last Tuesday and is bonding, nursing and splashing with mom,...
  • Under The Sea at Disney's Castaway Cay

    Under The Sea at Disney's Castaway Cay
    After weeks of christenings, celebrities and preview cruises, the Fantasy, the newest ship from Disney Cruise Line, is finally on its official Maiden Voyage this week, a 7-day sail to the Caribbean, including stops at Disney's private island, Castaway...
  • Visiting out West? Here's a SoCal traveler's cheat sheet

    Visiting out West? Here's a SoCal traveler's cheat sheet
    For most of the last 20 years, it’s been my job to leave Los Angeles and bring home tips on travel elsewhere. But let’s face it: Elsewhere can get expensive. And there’s a lot of elsewhere here already. So a year ago, I turned my...
  • Universal Orlando: Announcements next week won't involve Jaws

    Universal Orlando: Announcements next week won't involve Jaws
    Universal Orlando is making announcements next week about features it will introduce during 2012. But we already know what it's not: the revealing of what will go where the Jaws ride operated at Universal Studios. On its Facebook page, Universal posted...
  • 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....
  • First Look: 2011 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival adds flavors of Hawaii

    First Look: 2011 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival adds flavors of Hawaii
    (Photos by Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)   There is a little wisp of Fall in the air, and the kick off of the Fall festival season starts with the 16th edition of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, beginning next Friday,  Sept. 30....
  • Hotels that opened in South Florida over the past year cater to everyone

    Hotels that opened in South Florida over the past year cater to everyone
    MIAMI — In a year when three new Miami-Dade hotels drew widespread attention — and two landed on a travel magazine's list of hot new properties —— it's easy to forget that the region's hotel industry is still climbing out of a...
  • Run! Cheetah Hunt open at Busch Gardens

    Run! Cheetah Hunt open at Busch Gardens
    The newest roller coaster in Florida isn't a ferocious, man-eating tiger — but it's no pussycat either. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay's Cheetah Hunt, which debuted last week, carries some of its namesake's qualities in the form of speedy bursts and...
  • Skee-ball is the name of game in Brooklyn

    Skee-ball is the name of game in Brooklyn
    The odd coupling of tradition and trendiness that characterizes Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood is perhaps nowhere more evident than at Full Circle Bar, a watering hole on a quiet block that dead-ends at an expressway. Here, young urbanites, who...
  • 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...
  • Skiing: the West's outstanding early-season conditions

    Skiing: the West's outstanding early-season conditions
    Powerful late-fall storms have dropped many feet of snow on mountains throughout the West, creating some of the best early-season skiing and snowboarding conditions in years. Despite the still-sluggish economy, resorts have spent millions of dollars on...
  • A high-speed zip across Europe by train

    A high-speed zip across Europe by train
    Last winter, when Kelly, my teenage son, and I rode trains for a total of 50 hours across France, Germany, Britain and the Low Countries on a frenetic two-week trip (journalistic research for me), we never waited long or walked far to make a connection....