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5 U.S. Beaches You Can Get to Without a Car

5 U.S. Beaches You Can Get to Without a Car Aug 15th, 2013 at 11:00AM: Flickr, Tom Gill Summer may be winding down, but there are still a few weekends left to spend at the beach. Rather than sit in traffic or rent an expensive car, you can ride public transportation to many beaches in the U.S. Seasonal routes are especially likely to be popular, so go early and pack light. Boston - CapeFLYER train to Cape Cod Reintroduced this summer, the CapeFLYER train goes...

Cruise Ship Back In Baltimore After Fire, Repairs Continue

Cruise Ship Back In Baltimore After Fire, Repairs Continue Jul 12th, 2013 at 2:15PM: Chris Owen When cruise ships come to town, civic leaders rejoice. The floating resorts bring with them jobs and tourism dollars that might be otherwise elusive. In May, Baltimore, Maryland, welcomed Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas to town with gusto, as the state's governor named May 13 Royal Caribbean Cruise Day. But the hoopla of that new cruise ship in town was short lived when just days...

A Tale Of Two Cruise Ships Under Construction

A Tale Of Two Cruise Ships Under Construction Feb 22nd, 2013 at 3:00PM: Coming up this spring, Princess Cruises and Norwegian cruise lines – two of the most popular cruise lines with mainstream cruise travelers – have new cruise ships coming out. Considering that both are under construction right now and both offer sister ships being built for later delivery, choosing one might be difficult for cruise travelers. Before we get too far down the road,...

Photo Of The Day: Nine Beaches Bermuda

Photo Of The Day: Nine Beaches Bermuda Feb 16th, 2013 at 5:00PM: This Photo of the Day, titled "Nine Beaches Bermuda," comes from Gadling Flickr pool member smallscreen and is dedicated to all our friends located in places where cold winter weather has them dreaming of warmer times or climates. Nine Beaches is a resort in Bermuda, currently undergoing a $55 million redevelopment of which Bermuda's Royal Gazette says: "The result will be a first class,...

Low-Cost Travel Insurance Offered For Adventure Travelers

Low-Cost Travel Insurance Offered For Adventure Travelers Feb 8th, 2013 at 2:00PM: Start talking about anything even remotely related to the topic of travel insurance and odds are the conversation will be short. This is not something that travelers dream about, plan for or share with their social networks. No one we know of has a scrapbook of insurance mementos picked up along the way or has written a song about it. To many travelers, travel protection is an annoying,...

Cruise Line Taps Top Artist For Hull Design

Cruise Line Taps Top Artist For Hull Design Sep 6th, 2012 at 3:00PM: Norwegian Cruise Line today released the first image of the hull art planned for its next ship, 144,000 ton Norwegian Breakaway, designed by pop-artist icon Peter Max. Covering 40,000 square feet of the ship's exterior, the New York City-themed design features images of the Statue of Liberty and the New York skyline. "The Big Apple is known for its love of art and its many galleries --...

5 Great Spots In North America To Relax And Unwind For National Relaxation Day

5 Great Spots In North America To Relax And Unwind For National Relaxation Day Aug 14th, 2012 at 1:00PM: National Relaxation Day is fast approaching. The August 15 holiday marks a day where you're supposed to kick back and take some much needed "me" time. Here are five spots where you can do just that. Lake Placid Lodge, Lake Placid, NY The Check In to Check Out Package at New York's Lake Placid Lodge requires you leave your smartphones/iPads/laptops and other electronic devices in the safe...

Overnight Stays In Port A Popular Cruise Option

Overnight Stays In Port A Popular Cruise Option Jul 22nd, 2012 at 3:00PM: Cruise ship overnight stays in port are becoming more popular all the time. Breaking away from port-intensive itineraries, long-time cruise ship travelers appreciate the extra time at iconic destinations. Those new to cruise vacations like being able to explore strange, new worlds but have the convenience and security of that cruise ship waiting for them at the end of the day. Azamara...

Hotel News We Noted: June 1, 2012

Hotel News We Noted: June 1, 2012 Jun 2nd, 2012 at 11:00AM: It's finally Friday (short weeks always feel the longest, don't they?) and this week's edition of "Hotel News" is unusually full! This week, we discuss a number of hotel acquisitions, openings, and planned openings – it was a busy week in the hotel world. If you have tips or news, please email us for consideration. Hotel Ownership: Gaylord Sells to Marriott Gaylord Entertainment has sold...

Bermuda takes over New York's Grand Central today

Bermuda takes over New York's Grand Central today Feb 16th, 2012 at 1:00PM: If you pass through Grand Central in New York today, you might catch a little piece of Bermuda during what's being called "Experience Bermuda" day. The Bermuda Department of Tourism will be offering commuters samples of Bermudian cuisine and tropical beverages, chances to win giveaways, and live performances--including Bermudian musicians and the H&H Gombeys Cultural Dance Troupe. Stop by...

On Bermuda Time: Reflections on an expatriate life in the Caribbean

On Bermuda Time: Reflections on an expatriate life in the Caribbean Dec 7th, 2011 at 9:00AM: Moving to Bermuda was never my idea, but when my wife followed her career to the City of Hamilton I hardly protested. After all, who wouldn't want to relocate to an idyllic archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean? Bags packed and container full, we waved goodbye to our metropolitan apartment and soon discovered what so many island ex-pats already knew: Bermuda is a wonderful place to call...

Last minute tropical Labor Day getaways

Last minute tropical Labor Day getaways Aug 29th, 2011 at 3:00PM: Ready, set, book. The East Coast was largely spared the wrath of Hurricane Irene and no other pending tropical storms are threatening to ruin your upcoming three-day weekend. Why not jet away for a quick tropical vacation? From the East Coast, many Caribbean islands are a nonstop flight away, and from the west and Texas, Mexico is an easy jaunt. Consider the following great last-minute Labor...

Summer Travel: Seven great luxury beach getaways

Summer Travel: Seven great luxury beach getaways Apr 27th, 2011 at 2:00PM: The weather is warming and we're itching to hit the sand (after a few more weeks in the gym, naturally). Summer travel stories are often full of suggestions for budget and family-friendly getaways ... but what if you just want to splurge? Economy be damned. Play up the "luxe" factor at these great summer beach destinations for those seeking to see and be seen, enjoy world-class restaurants...

AirTran helps this travel writer put the "fun" back in flying

AirTran helps this travel writer put the Apr 8th, 2011 at 10:31AM: Flying is not usually a fun experience, and, as a travel writer, I often dread the drudgery of airport security, limited fast food options and cramped middle seats. But sometimes, you're surprised. After a marathon security line at Baltimore-Washington International airport and a trudge down to the end of Terminal D, I heard peppy music, which I thought was emanating from the rum bar a few gates...

Top 20 countries for life expectancy

Top 20 countries for life expectancy Mar 21st, 2011 at 10:00AM: "Old people" - we all hope to live long enough to earn this distinction. In some countries, the probability of living well into your eighties is much better than in others. The worldwide average for life expectancy is just a smidge over 67, with the highest and lowest countries fluctuating by over 20 years in each direction. 39 of the bottom 40 countries are located on the African continent,...

Bermuda's Port Royal Golf Course hosts PGA

Bermuda's Port Royal Golf Course hosts PGA Oct 21st, 2010 at 5:00PM: While many people celebrate fall, there are people like me who still long for warm summer breezes. That's why Bermuda is such a popular destination for people in the Northeast. It's no surprise that the PGA Tour chose to have it's Grand Slam of Golf at Bermuda's Port Royal Golf Course. With temperatures still in the high 70s on the island and a course that rivals the best in the world, Bermuda in...

Top 5 things to do in Bermuda

Top 5 things to do in Bermuda Aug 2nd, 2010 at 3:00PM: Few people think to travel to Bermuda but those who do find a charm unknown on many more popular islands. While Bermuda is technically a British overseas territory, the residents of Bermuda consider themselves very much an independent nation. Bermudians are known for their practicality, integrity and simple luxuries - they are fiercely proud of their heritage and it shows in all aspects of their...

Finding the expat community and what travelers can learn from them

Finding the expat community and what travelers can learn from them Jul 6th, 2010 at 1:30PM: No matter how well-traveled you are, moving to a foreign country and living as an expat is a whole new ballgame. Your priorities and standards change, and hours that you may have spent as a traveler in a museum or wandering a beach are now spent in as an expat search of an alarm clock or trying to distinguish between eight types of yogurt. You become like a child again: unable to speak in complete...

Sizzle in the Bermuda sun this summer

Sizzle in the Bermuda sun this summer Apr 11th, 2010 at 2:00PM: Bermuda isn't all that far, especially if you're on the east coast, making it a great destination for long weekends and brief jaunts. Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is also offering a deal that'll amp up the temptation for you a bit. The resort's "Sizzling Summer" special includes a $600 resort credit when you book a six-night stay, with $500 for five nights and $400 for four. The best part is...

Bermuda resort gives the lazy an extra month to book

Bermuda resort gives the lazy an extra month to book Mar 14th, 2010 at 9:00AM: Sometimes, procrastinating doesn't come with any consequences. It doesn't happen often. We're taught from a young age that early birds get to kill and chomp on the best worms, not to put off to tomorrow the stuff we can do today (even if we don't feel like it) and to seize the day. If you don't, then opportunity may disappear before you get a taste. Well, Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is...

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