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  • Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port of Jacksonville

    Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port of Jacksonville
    Established in 1963 in northeast Florida, the Jacksonville Port Authority, also called JAXPORT, serves as homeport for Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Fascination. This 2,052-passenger ship, which recently received a multi-million dollar renovation,...
  • Next up for Carnival: Carnival Breeze headed to Miami in 2012

    Next up for Carnival: Carnival Breeze headed to Miami in 2012
    Now that Carnival Cruise Lines has introduced its newest ship, the Carnival Magic, the company has revealed the future of its next planned ship -- the Carnival Breeze. The 130,000-ton, 3,600-passenger Carnival Breeze is a sister ship to the Magic,...
  • Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas gets big facelift

    Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas gets big facelift
    Royal Caribbean has begun another ship renovation, bringing the Radiance of the Seas into drydock for a 22-day facelift. Part of Royal Caribbean's Royal Advantage program, the cruise line is taking features of its two newest ships, the Oasis of the...
  • Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port of Miami

    Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port of Miami
    Established in the 19th century when Henry Flagler extended his East Coast Railroad to Miami and started collecting dockage fees, the Port of Miami, the first port in history to serve one million passengers annually in 1976, is often referred to as the...
  • Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port Everglades

    Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port Everglades
    Established as a deep water port in 1927, Port Everglades has become one of Florida's busiest cruise ports with more than 5,300 cruise ships setting sail from it year-round and on a seasonal basis as well as visiting it as a port of call (although Port...
  • Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port Canaveral

    Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port Canaveral
    Established in 1953, this deep-water port on the Atlantic coast of Central Florida, less than an hour's drive from Orlando (about 54 miles from Orlando International Airport), offers a variety of cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean including three-,...
  • Kauai's close-up: Taking a 'Descendants' tour of Hawaii

    Kauai's close-up: Taking a 'Descendants' tour of Hawaii
    More than 100 movies have been filmed on the island of Kauai. But in most of them, the Garden Isle stands in for someplace else. In the iconic "South Pacific," Kauai is the mythical tropical paradise Bali Hai. In "Jurassic Park," it's an island off the...
  • No place like foam: Your guide to cool microbreweries in North Carolina

    No place like foam: Your guide to cool microbreweries in North Carolina
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Erik Lars Myers, 36, has built quite a career out of beer. Since the Maine native came to North Carolina a decade ago, his home-brewing hobby turned into a business - Mystery Brewing in Hillsborough - and Nash Street Homebrew, also in...
  • Eat your way around Charleston, S.C.

    Eat your way around Charleston, S.C.
    Visitors in Charleston, S.C., can choose from a number of walking tours meandering through alleyways and cobblestone streets focused on the city's fascinating history, elegant architecture and lovely gardens. At night, the strolls turn to spooky ghost and...
  • Austin food: Barbecue for vegans, and food trailers for all

    Austin food: Barbecue for vegans, and food trailers for all
    AUSTIN, Texas — The first thing out of anyone's mouth when I said I was visiting Austin? Some version of: "Oh, I know the best barbecue place …" It's not all about BBQ in Austin, but it is certainly a heaping helping of the local culture. As...
  • Warsaw, Brooklyn: N.Y.'s Little Poland bigger than Chinatown & Little Italy combined

    Warsaw, Brooklyn: N.Y.'s Little Poland bigger than Chinatown & Little Italy combined
    NEW YORK - The cheapest and fastest route to Eastern Europe? From Manhattan, take the L or M train across the East River to Brooklyn, transfer to the northbound G and get off at Nassau Avenue. Just walk up the stairs and you may as well be in Warsaw or...
  • Austin: Texas capital offers far more than SXSW

    Austin: Texas capital offers far more than SXSW
    AUSTIN, Texas — As you read this, Austin's South by Southwest festival is over for 2012. The "Welcome SXSW!" signs have been peeled from club facades, movie marquees, hotels and gas stations. The handbills advertising movies, bands and the newest...