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  • Alamo, shops, food highlight visit to downtown San Antonio

    Alamo, shops, food highlight visit to downtown San Antonio
    SAN ANTONIO — This city is known for the Alamo and the River Walk, and rightly so, but don't stop there. The small downtown is packed with interesting sites, and visitors can easily get around by trolley and river taxi. Beyond the city limits, Texas...
  • The Frugal Traveler: Tiny towns provide relaxed pace for tired travelers

    The Frugal Traveler: Tiny towns provide relaxed pace for tired travelers
    If your vacation preferences include getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life, but you'd prefer more to do than lounge by the pool, taking a trip to a tiny town may be just what the doctor ordered. Parking's rarely a drag and crowds don't...
  • What sets a cruise ship apart? Unique spaces

    What sets a cruise ship apart? Unique spaces
    "Make your memory your travel bag," Russian novelist Alexander Solshenitzen once recommended. And making memories at sea is easy, particularly on ships that feature special spaces where passengers can not only enjoy the ambiance, but can actually also...
  • The Frugal Traveler: Affordable vacation options exist in Asheville, N.C.

    The Frugal Traveler: Affordable vacation options exist in Asheville, N.C.
    Adorning the mountains of North Carolina with a hip urban vibe, noteworthy art scene and a growing circuit of artisan microbreweries is the city of Asheville. Phenomenal food and well-preserved historical buildings are also part of the travel itinerary...
  • Mississippi Delta delights: Southern cooking marinated in history

    Mississippi Delta delights: Southern cooking marinated in history
    ATLANTA - Artists and writers draw inspiration from the time-frozen landscapes of the Mississippi Delta. Roots music fans frequent those lonesome highways to feel the spirits of bluesmen past. I go for the food. The Delta is a poor area with a rich...
  • 10 Southern festivals you need to taste

    10 Southern festivals you need to taste
    Food and wine festivals in the Southeast are hotter than a cast iron skillet full of corn bread. "We are witnessing a proliferation of festivals in the South and across the nation," says John T. Edge, director of the Southern Foodways Alliance in Oxford,...
  • 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 ships feature a variety of dining options

    Cruise ships feature a variety of dining options
    Variety is definitely the spice of life aboard today’s cruise ships (a far cry from the dining situation in the 1970s when Jeraldine Saunders wrote her book, The Love Boats, and the subsequent movies and television seriesĀ  The Love Boat based upon...
  • Rolling on and off the water on a drive and ferry trip to British Columbia

    Rolling on and off the water on a drive and ferry trip to British Columbia
    Land. Sea. Land. Sea. Ferry. Road. Ferry. Road Fish for lunch. Fish for dinner. Pancakes for breakfast (yes, you can have fish if you really must). A looping trip west out of Vancouver, British Columbia, means a lot of water and mountains that get in...
  • The American Queen returns to the river

    The American Queen returns to the river
    ST. PAUL, Minn. - High atop the American Queen, Richard and Marilyn Jensen sat on deck chairs outside their stateroom, holding each other's wrinkled hands. Beyond the railing, the bluffs of southern Minnesota, tinged with fall colors, slid by. A distant...
  • 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...