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  • 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...
  • A long weekend in Iceland

    A long weekend in Iceland
    SEATTLE — You have a three-day weekend coming up and you want to get away for a little shopping and nightlife, or maybe just a change of scenery. So how about Reykjavik? Yes, that's in Iceland — and you may be surprised to learn you can...
  • Disney cruise captures the wonder of Alaska

    Disney cruise captures the wonder of Alaska
    If you can judge the worth of a vacation by the number of times you get goose bumps, then my family's Disney cruise to Alaska in June ranks among the best. My first shiver came our first day at sea, when our ship glided between two large mountains,...
  • Santa Barbara is known for luxury, but it can be done cheaply with some advance planning

    Santa Barbara is known for luxury, but it can be done cheaply with some advance planning
    SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — If you believe the glossy travel magazines, Santa Barbara drips money, and any visitor had better be ready to have their wallet leak all over the place, too. Touted as "the American Riviera," it's up there with Palm Beach,...
  • At Tanque Verde Ranch in Arizona, a longtime horse lover regains his galloping stride

    At Tanque Verde Ranch in Arizona, a longtime horse lover regains his galloping stride
    TUCSON, Ariz. — Gene Autry I wasn't. Barely an hour into an all-day trail ride, my hiking boots felt like ovens and my baseball cap barely shaded my face. It was no better for my horse, Cutter. The low Arizona sun lit his red mane like flames. We...
  • Taking the Kids -- to the land of the Arctic polar bear

    Taking the Kids -- to the land of the Arctic polar bear
    It's 5:30 a.m. and we're awake, outside and shivering, wearing more layers of clothes than we would on a New England ski trip, though we're on a cruise in July. But no one's complaining aboard the Lindblad Expeditions National Geographic Explorer --...
  • 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,...
  • Carnival Liberty back in service with Fun Ship 2.0 upgrades

    Carnival Liberty back in service with Fun Ship 2.0 upgrades
    Carnival Liberty, the first ship to undergo dining and entertainment upgrades as part of a $500 million Carnival Cruise Lines' Fun Ship 2.0 initiative, returned to service last weekend. According to Carnival, the ship's new features include: Guy’s...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Often called "the Paris of the South," Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina is a cosmopolitan city offering wonderful architecture, rich cultural offerings and delectable cuisine. A popular cruise port on South America voyages and World Cruises...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: St. George and Hamilton, Bermuda

    Cruise Port Spotlight: St. George and Hamilton, Bermuda
    When it comes to cruise destinations, Bermuda is definitely in the "pink." Best known for its picture-postcard-perfect beaches with fine, pink sands; for its Bermuda shorts; and for its infamous legendary "Triangle," Bermuda began to be developed in the...
  • 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-,...
  • Treated like royalty: Afternoon tea at sea

    Treated like royalty: Afternoon tea at sea
    Attentive, white-gloved wait staff presenting platters of pastries and finger sandwiches and pouring steaming cups of a variety of teas… Fine china and crisp linens… Music and ocean views… Elegant afternoon tea is a cherished tradition at sea aboard...