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In a year when only four new cruise ships will make Florida their home, the first arrived in Port Canaveral last month and is now sailing week-long Caribbean cruises. The Disney Fantasy, an almost-twin to last yearâ€™s Disney Dream, has the classic lines of an ocean liner and [...]
For roadtrippers headed to northeast Florida this spring, hereâ€™s news about a possible stop: Forbes magazine has named St. Augustine as one of the ten prettiest towns in America. Earlier this year, TripAdvisor.com chose St. Augustine as one of the 15 vacation "hot spots" for 2012.
Here's how Forbes described St. Augustine: Founded in 1565 [...]
If you want to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic by doing more than just seeing the new 3-D version of the movie, you have plenty of opportunities, although they involve some travel.
The Associated Press reports that there are replica ships in Tennessee and Missouri, [...]
As spring settles in and the temperature starts to rise, our minds begin to daydream about going to the beach. One thing great about Miami is, we have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and it’s not just me who thinks so.
Some theme park updates: Universal Studios has set a grand opening for two new entertainment spectacles for May 8. SeaWorldâ€™s Viva La MĎŤsica Latin food and concert festival kicks off on April 14. And the Cars, The Lion King, and The Little Mermaid wings at Disneyâ€™s Art of Animation Resort [...]
AirTran provided the best service to its customers last year, according to a report that ranked the 15 largest U.S. airlines on the basis of lost baggage, delayed flights, bumpings from overbooked planes and consumer complaints to the government
American Eagle had the worst record, according to the report.
Southwest, which has [...]
If youâ€™ve ever arrived at a ski resort, psyched by a report of two feet of new snow, only to find that report was, er, significantly overstated, youâ€™ll appreciate how social media is changing the reporting of snow conditions.
The Associated Press reports that skiers are relying more [...]
If thereâ€™s anything more traditionally American than baseball, itâ€™s got to be the bad-for-you food we eat at the ballpark. Iâ€™m not just talking about an ordinary hot dog or cheeseburger. Iâ€™m talking about extreme eating.
Perhaps a study has found that arteries canâ€™t clog at a ballgame, because TheDailyMeal.com has [...]
Here's a road trip of a different sort: Going to Orlando without a car. I traveled via Amtrak, Greyhound, a luxury bus and air. My favorite? An old-fashioned train ride. It had lots of legroom, onboard dining, the opportunity to wander, the largest restroom and a fun ambience. Taking [...]